DSL vs Cable Internet? Which one is better? Considering there's no fibre internet available, of course.
From my knowledge and experience, I prefer DSL to Cable. VDSL2 to be exact.
>bandwidth shared by your neighbors, so speeds fluctuate
>if you're living where nodes are oversaturated, your ISP will bitch and threaten you for using too much bandwidth. I remember my cable company threatened to switch to 250Mbps from 50Mbps because of data usage
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Contacted a cable company employee about the network situation in my neighborhood, and received this answer:
>Your area is a bit more heavily used and has a project running right now to improve it. I don't see any heavy congestion right now, but speeds might dip slightly for an hour or two at night until we finish our improvements in the area.
Right now they have a deal where 150/10 internet is $49.90 for a year, but if this is the case, maybe i'll pass.
The desktop has peaked with OSX. What will be the next big thing in the desktop experience?
Want to learn coding. don't know anything about it and I don't trust google to give me a result worth anything. If it isn't a problem can anybody recommend the most useful languages to learn and any books/websites where I can learn more about them
Just fuck off, really. Google is a fucking amazing resource, and if you're too stupid to sort the wheat from the chaff, you definitely do not have the analytical or critical thinking skills to code.
>Experience the power and productivity of a PC, the portability of a tablet, and the connectivity of a smartphone in the palm of your hand with the HP Elite x3, HP’s first built for business 3-in-1 device. It’s designed to deliver simple and seamless access to your people, apps, and data.
OK, no problem
>Expansion slots1 microSD
>5.96" diagonal QHD AMOLED 494 PPI multitouch-enabled (2560 x 1440)
>4 GB LPDDR4 SDRAM (onboard)
>64 GB eMMC 5.1
>Processor Qualcomm® Snapdragon 820 (2.15 GHz, 4 cores)
NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO
IT'S FUCKING USELESS NO ONE USES WINDOWS ON ARM. I HAD MY HOPES UP WHY DOES NOBODY GET IT? WHY CAN'T I JUST HAVE A WHOLE PC IN MY POCKET? WHY IS THAT NOW ALLOWED? FUCKING NORMIES REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
What can i do if my sister lost my wireless mouse's usb reciever? Pic related, im mexican btw
Windows 10 has a lot of problems but this shit is going to be game changing. No more shitty Cygwin. An actual fucking Linux bash shell on Windows.
Who the fuck else is actually excited for this shit?
What the fuck is a Linux Bash, it's LITERALLY GNU Bash, im not even trying to meme too fucking hard with the GNU/Autism but holy fucking christ
>LINUS TORVALDS INVENTED BASH AND IS APART OF LINUX
If you want an actual good shell then run GNU Bash on actual Linux you fucking retards.
is this high? should i be worried? sorry im a retard
I \m just started learning how to program games. My teacher has provided me with Microsoft Visual Studios to run it. If any one on this site is an actual game dev can you give me some tips and what classes i need to take in collage.
also is this a good pic or should i just build my own.
budget is $500-$800
Go to /vg/ for game development, /g/ isn't meant for video games, you'll get more help there.
is it worth to learn it?
Why the fuck is this single driver so huge?
It's half the size of a damn AAA title game, but haven't seen anyone posting about it.
So my internet has been slow as fuck and crashes on every site. Just yesterday, I was dumb enough to download a file from /b/ and I'm pretty sure it was a virus. Posting via Phone because the net won't connect to anything.
How does /g/ organize its files? It drives me into panic.
I'm not comfortable saving files on my local drive, nor am I comfortable with cloud services. For now I keep everything on an always-inserted flash drive, who I then back up on an external drive. But still files end up EVERYWHERE: on your phone, tablet, in the cloud, flash drives, etc - and sorting that shit out is hell.
And what should you save? Old meme pics from 4chan anno 2006? Old back-ups?
I have a folder of various files, about ~200gb that I keep on 3 PCs. I also have a .7z archive of this folder on a laptop harddrive that I put in a makeshift foam-ductape case to keep in a closet.
When I want to "add" files to this archive, I make it a point to eventually get the files on each archive. Keeping the mirrors updated for me isn't a huge deal because I am not frequently generating data that is completely imperative that I have backed-up. Things like that, IE: old family photos/projects/etc,...
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re. organizing: here is an example of how the shit I keep backed-up is organized. there are of course sub-folders. the "backup mybook" folder is a complete clusterfuck, but that is what ctrl+f is for.
I only know networking (ccna level) and want to do a Computer Engineering degree at my local University.
The thing is, my programming knowledge is limited (i.e shit) and my math skills are okay. (it's been a long time since I practiced math)
How fucked am I?
The course starts beginning of October
Is there a maintained Keepass version for OSX?
KeePass is a broken piece of crap full of security issues.
Can someone please explain this to me.
I am using the VPN provided by Getflix, and it's supposed to encrypt and hide my ISP. I've set it so that my IP address is for the region of Los Angeles in the US.
But when I type in "ip address" on Google, it gives me my public IP address and it traces it back to my actual location. Why is this?
Did I not set the VPN up correctly? The program and the website says that I have. The Getflix website says that I'm from the US, yet the IP address website says otherwise.