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Say goodbye to opening multiple tabs at once with multi-process firefox and ANY ad blocker.
If you load more than 10 tabs at once then e10s will be much slower than non-e10s if you have adblocker installed. And by "much slower" I mean from 60% to 1800% slower.
So what future awaits you, with ads or without Danbooru?
>ublock still faster with twice the lists active
This is really concerning besides that point. e10s might be more stable but slowing your browser down this much is not a good thing.
>ITT: We all share the same computer
Thinkpad users, do you get any weird stares/remarks when using it in a public place?
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IRC: #/tpg/ on irc.rizon.net
Other business laptops are also welcome in /tpg/ (e.g. Dell Latitude/Precision, HP EliteBook/ZBook).
If you're looking for purchase advice, READ THE BUYERS GUIDE FIRST. Then post, stating budget and requirements (e.g. size and performance).
Don't buy anything OTHER THAN T, X AND W/P SERIES if you want the Real ThinkPad Experience™
T420 - 14", normal size
X220 - 12.5", ultraportable
Why ThinkPad? (also applies to other business laptops)
>Used machines are plentiful and cheap.
>Excellent keyboards - tactile feel and quiet.
>Great durability: chassis uses a magnesium rollcage for structural integrity, with high quality plastic body panels.
>Utilitarian design: e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models.
>Docking stations that easily turns your laptop into a desktop.
>Easy to repair, upgrade and maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for every model. Spare parts are easy and cheap to obtain.
>The best trackpoint (that red thing in the middle of the keyboard). Great for those who type a lot or hate swiping their fingers all over a touchpad.
>Excellent GNU/Linux & *BSD support.
Used ThinkPad Buyers Guide:
New guides by xsauc:
EPP discount for new ThinkPads (USA & Canada only, usually 15%+ off):
ThinkWiki - Info on ThinkPads and running GNU/Linux on them:
ThinkPad service guides w/ tutorial videos:
ThinkPad wallpaper collection:
>random device tries to connect to your laptop
>Random device requests access to your SmartTV
This thread is about the appreciation of watches, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that is required to make a fine watch.
Required viewing for newbies:
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I bought a Speedmaster a month ago. I love it so far. It's legible, not too thick, classy and sporty at the same time. Also keeps time fairly well.
Will probably sell my other two watches.
The Citizen has served me so well through the years , but it's too god damn big.
The Speedmaster is not small, but at least it doesn't feel or look big.
OP Template? Edition
Shitty Plebian Rack Edition
Reccomendations on a FOSS Hypervisor solution? I've heard proxmox is ok, but I've also heard it's shit.
>inb4 wangblows server
Show your music player, fag.
fuck this gay earth
Why do these Twitter bastards lock your account?
I was minding my own business shitposting and BOOM
What did he mean by this?
the function main expects a return value of type integer when it finishes execution. return 0 basically means everything happened as expected, and is a value that you can check to make sure it did. anything other than 0 probably means something bad happened.
I want to get into game hacking (c++), but i cant even find a basic thing like view matrix because im seemingly bad at reversing
. What do you recommend me to do except from suiciding /g/ ?
I'm taking a Python class right now and I'm pretty shit at it. I only have to take Python and Scripting (professor said its basically advanced Python) and I'm done with my CS requirements for my degree.
What are some good resources out there for tutorials and help etc? Yes I've tried google but I figured some people here actually know about this shit.
learn python the hard way is my go-to python tutorial. I'm not sure it can be beat.
If you need a friend, hop on freenode and join some programming-related channels. People are friendlier than you'd think.