Does /g/ have a personal website? If so, what do you use it for? As a blog? Public CV? Personal file host? Domain for a personal email?
Do you recommend using AVG for preventing or removing the worst of viruses/threats?
Have any say on this?
I plan to download the free trial again, but I wanted to know if it's really that good.
Why are the 1080s all so fucking ugly?
I mean I'm not normally all that autistic about looks when it comes to shit sitting inside my case, but they really are all butt-ugly, with the exception MAYBE of the Strix.
What happened /g/?
I think the msi ones look pretty good if your going for a red aesthetic
/dpt/ - daily programming thread
Previous thread - >>55123856
What are you working on, /g/?
What are some good, cheap (=<$500) laptops I can buy for programming and general work? I don't currently own a laptop, but I do own a PC.
pic related, what I was thinking of buying
Cheapest refurbished thinkpad you can find is the good, cheap laptop you can buy for programming and general work.
I don't understand what other advices you were expecting, I guess other business laptops that come out of companies would also do. It's hard to compete with specs and price of refurbished laptops.
Your favorite case of all time thread. Here's mine.
Hey /g/ my PSU just blew up
anything I should do, aside from never buy AMD again?
Also any chances of my components survivng?
HELP /G/ I JUST BLEW OUT MY PSU
/bsd/ - *BSD General Thread
Discuss FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, DragonFlyBSD.
IRC :: #baot @ irc.rizon.net
News: http://dragonflydigest.com - http://undeadly.org - http://freebsdnews.com
Nothing works on BSD. While it may be a good OS for a selection of servers Linux remains higher in the chain than BSD in both embedded devices and personal computers.
I wish BSD distros had native compatibility for Linux applications. Even snaps would be a good option.
The only think keeping me from killing myself is my passion for Linux and learning more about it. If it weren't for /g/ I never would have been exposed to the Linux community, and in turn would be dead by now. Thank you /g/ and thank you Linux.
I'm glad technological knowledge has become a life-fulfilling pursuit for you. I hope you can find even more meaning in your life. You are a great person anon, just hang in there. It will get better.
So i've been working on a music player and manager for a few months now, currently in alpha stages. The goal was to make it fast/sleek as fuck with plenty of power-user/hotkey tricks (Like a cmus/Foobar inspired hybrid). So I got searching to be practically instant now with cached id3 tags. You can favorite tracks for easy access and even view lyrics (using a simple and clean web scrape).
It would be awesome if a few of you could do the first alpha test of it and would be awesome enough to give some feedback and report problems. If you want to try it, please have...
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1st of all nobody wants to install your shitty virus malware
2nd of all you will never make something better than musicbee, foobar2k, winamp, clementine etc... your effort is futile and a waste of time
delet ur "project" and go jack off, will be more productive
hey i need help /g/
how do i hack a computer?
Why is it so slow?
>computer forcibly upgrades to Windows 10
>suddenly my bluray drive does not work
>recognized in the bios before Windows starts
>in Windows it is just an UNKNOWN DEVICE
>all google help on the matter did nothing to help
>can't even install new drivers because it's listed as UNKNOWN DEVICE