I'm looking for an image browser/viewer a la XnView or old school ACDSee, but with the ability to tag images and sort/filter by tag. Anyone know of anything like that?
I'm not sure how many people actually bought this piece of shit version of the Galaxy S5. I figured I'd spread the good news.
Anyone have tried this ?
I've got it on a little old netbook, it's a pretty great use for that. I probably wouldn't use it for a daily use desktop or laptop, but for those machines that you rarely get on to accomplish basic tasks, it's a great fit. It's just a pretty simple DE and doesn't have a lot of software in it's repos.
That netbook only has 1GB of RAM and Solus with the Budgie desktop only uses ~300MB on boot. It's pretty, relatively lightweight, and has everything I needed. Pop it in a virtual machine and see what's what.
Is there a nicer API for developing GUIs for Windows/Linux/Mac than Qt?
It's comfy as fuck but you have to deploy (at least in Windows) your programs with dozens of enormous DLLs.
Any of you have programmed in it?
One year later windows 10 search is horrible. Have to rely on a third party program called everything /g/ has to admit that osx spotlight is god tier file search.
Fuck off Rajeesh.
Who even searches for files on their own computer? Don't you have everything properly classified in themed folders? Aren't you using a naming convention you created to label all your stuff? Last time I had to look up for something on my computer was in the Windows ME time.
I N S T A L L G E N T O O
/g/ I just put in a new mobo, my bios recognizes usb but my os doesn't. Wtf is going on??
I've spent half my day trying to get a bloody "Hello World" MPLABX Harmony project to run in a Mini-32 breakout board.
>Pregnant wife pissed with me
>4 cups of matcha tea
>won't sleep tonight
>Positive I'm doing it right.
Redpill me on Tesla's Model S.
Looking for a self-hosted, integrated bug tracking + kanban solution.
Plot twist: not related to software development/IT. Just life tracking.
Bonus points if it integrates with paperless or Mayan or similar shit.
Example goal: "buy present for relative X" => create "ticket", assign a deadline, assign tags, assign an owner (me or my partner).
Other example: get cat to vet => Same as above but now: +follow-ups (work history, e.g. "appointment made") +attachments (e.g. scanned invoice)
WTF? How is there no reply yet? What do you all use for keeping up with shit?
And don't give me the todo list non-sense. That shit never works except for the simplest use cases or when there's no other person involved.
Sounds pretty shitty from a reliability point of view.
Also, I'm not sure you understand the concept of synchronicity. Otherwise you wouldn't be communicating synchronously with your "asynchronous remotely hosted systems". Makes you sound like the kinda person who does all of their computation on the UI thread.
Why nickle and dime your money away on cheap chinkshit to save cash when you have to service and upgrade constantly? You could just as easily spend it on a quality Apple product.
>iPhone 4 is still running modern iOS
>Core2 Macs still supported
>Old Macs still have excellent GPUs
>They just work
Come home, anon. Don't you...
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I am proud to present the best Linux distribution for desktop
If you install it with MATE Desktop , it's totally awesome
What professional experience do you have with Linux in general?
Have you tested all other distros and desktop combinations?
What defines best?
Have you installed Gentoo ?
Op don't be just a fag and give a decent answer
New Nexus 7 tablet when? I need a new non-overpriced non-shit tablet soon.
God damn. I wish my 2012 Nexus 7 still worked. I dropped it once resulting in a single crack down the middle of the screen. The top half worked but the bottom half didn't. On top of that the battery also died. Oh well
I have a Galaxy S5 and it keeps bugging me to install this update. Should I do it or just keep ignoring it? I am very skeptical when it comes to software updates on all of my devices. Thanks.
Can someone give their honest opinion on Windows 10?