Which one is better?
What is this iMessage meme?
Does people really use this in your country?
Everyone here uses whatsapp (mexico) and everyone on south america too.
In china they use wechat or something in germany they use facebook messenger and the only place i've seen people using imessage is france.
I mean it isnt even that good.
I have an ipad that i could easily use for imessage but it isnt good at all it offers nothing interesting.
Welcome to America, where
>Oh, I use iMessage
>Oh, I use Skype
>Oh, I use Discord
>Oh, I use Telegram
>Oh, I use BBM
>Oh, I use Kik
>Oh, I use FB Messenger
>Oh, I use KakaoTalk
This is a real issue
No love for this? It comes in handy sometimes.
>dumb "ISE" instead of fixing the fucking ridiculous command prompt
>dumb semi-functional weirdo language instead of a reasonable scripting language
>years later they come out with Bash for Windows
>except it's not Bash for Windows, it's exactly the same as Bash on a VM
Fuck PowerShell and fuck Microsoft's idiotic refusal to simply support the GNU toolchain.
What does /g/ think of the Oneplus 3?
is windows 10 really spyware, should I not upgrade? time to upgrade for free is running out
What went wrong?
Post your data usage /g/. 17 days left in cycle for me.
Settings... Cellular networks... Access Point Names... APN type
Append dun to the end, don't forget to delimit with a comma.
Enjoy your wifi hotspot without using tether data.
I am currently using FoxFi to circumvent this issue. Will the changes apply if I've already maxed out my limit for the cycle? FoxFi pulls anywhere ranging from 3mb/s to 8/mb/s, where the stock tether pulls 8 consistently. I added ,dun to the APN but it doesn't seem to make a difference, T-Mobile still caps me to an ungodly 15kb/s.
It won't circumevnet throttling, it just fixes it so that your tether data is normal data and you don't have to worry about the 7GB limit or use any shitty hacks like PDA net.
>Go to Stack Overflow
>Bunch of curryniggers, sandnignogs and niggers with weird names
>Ask them about temporal operations in C#, something that they can't understand
>They downvote me
>Notice they have an entire forum dedicated to their smug assholery
Is there a better alternative to Stack Overflow where it's void of nignogs and people actually understand what the word "temporal" means?
I'm doing a research task on the theory behind superconductors and how they are able be set for practical use on maglev trains. I'm finding it difficult to understand some of the theory and why this phenomenon occurs. Any help is appreciated.
Do you use technology to keep track of documents/calendar events/tasks/to-dos?
What's your system like? I'm trying to get a handle on my life.
So I sweet-talked this computer out of some ladies who work at a thrift store in my town. It's pretty nice. I want to play this port of Marble blast ultra that I found on gamejolt. The thing is, it runs like shit. Does anyone know of a gpu that's not too over-the-top? I just want one to play small games like these.
How much has codding to do with math and why?
Aside from problem solving thinking.
Not talking about basic math like 1+1 1*1 etc.
Depends on what you're doing with it
If you're doing JS stuff, very little math
Most other programming does involve math. Not only in terms of computation and algebraic manipulation, but more theoretical concepts that are "math" but not what you learn in the first year of undergrad. (e.g., git uses graph algorithms)
I've decided i want to learn a programming language, for fun.
I've looked over what each can do, and have narrowed it down to either Python or C++
So, for someone who is just going to do fun tests/build fun things, which one should i learn?
If you just want to have fun, Python
If you want to learn what is probably the most comprehensive and confusing programming language, learn C++. It's closer to the hardware and very rewarding, but you won't see immediate results. You will learn how a computer works though
Okay /g/ this is starting to piss me off.
For some reason people can hear whatever I am hearing, be it a YouTube video, Twitch stream, and etc. I have tried a few things to no avail.
Found this thread on a forum, and it seems like this fixes the problem, but for some reason I have this out dated shit that doesn't have advanced settings.
Does anybody have any ideas? I have searched for hours and couldn't find a fix.
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I even tried downloading this, the HD audio codecs.
>Been Arch user for years
>Decide I can't be assed to install it on new disk
>Install Ubuntu instead
>I actually like Unity and how nicely things are by default
>My only gripe is the higher memory usage
>I don't even feel like ricing it because I like how it looks
I guess that meme where it goes Windows -> Arch - > Ubuntu is true, or something like that.
Oh, OP. You're not even don't yet.
I went Windows -> Ubuntu -> Ubuntu Gnome -> Arch -> Gnome and Arch -> Windows 10 (with cygwin installed and two headless servers)
>people on here say shill shit
>poo in loo
>windows 10 memes are lies and the OS is good if you put like 3 minutes of work in
>I love windows 10
>I love big brother
Windows -> Mint -> Arch
I install whatever flavor of Ubuntu to the family computer though.
However, I cannot stand Unity. Lack of Cinnamon is quite bad for Ubuntu. Mint is kind of out of date so Antergos is the way to go if you want to be lazy with the install but still have Arch and an updated OS with Cinnamon.