What are some everyday annoyances that /g/ faces with tech? Pic related, I hate when shit gets stuck under my keycaps
Jesus christ, this just brought back traumatic memories of when I had to open-up and clean my years-old keyboard.
I cleaned it up, and now I'm so paranoid about making sure no shit ever gets in there, but jesus christ. Throw that shit away. It's not worth cleaning it.
>only 25gb is usable.
why is this allowed?
Hey, /g/, technology newfag here. I recently bought a computer to build myself with the help of a friend. The first time we put it together the lights only flashed on when you pushed the power button. We then discovered that the power supply was bad, and I got a replacement. Before I hooked up the new power supply, my friend made sure that the motherboard, graphics card, and ram worked. He couldn't check the processor because he didn't have a big enough power supply. Now with the new power supply, all the lights and fans in the computer pulse on and off quickly.
It is common knowledge that /g/ is guru when it compe to linux and thinkpads. This should be a piece of cake for you: how to disable led in Fn key?
I am using x240
>He fell for the *40 series meme
Ya dun goof'd, enjoy your useless trackpad unless you shell out like 20 bucks for a *50 series trackpad.
Also fuck off to /sqt/ or /tpg/. I know the answer to your question, but you can go fuck yourself because you didn't read the sticky.
Why did Linux on the desktop fail?
Maybe because it was never meant to be a desktop but a server OS
>all day battery life
>but only if you do literally nothing on it
Why did I buy into this meme? The most I get out of it is 2 or 3 hours of development work.
Why is Apple so misleading in their advertising? I only noticed the "(up to)" in their advertising after I impulse-bought my laptop.
What antivirus do you guys use /g/? I use to use avira, but after it got popular it's bloated as fuck and filled with ads.
How long do you think it'll last? How long do you plan to use it before getting a new computer?
Does /g/ make use of their task scheduler, or similar automated scheduler for whatever fucking OS you use.
For me, I use it for a few things.
1. I have a task set to run each day that syncs the system clock on my HPTC to ensure the clock doesn't drift away from the real current time
2. I have a task scheduled to lock my encrypted drives once everyday.
3. I have a task to run at boot to start a program with elevated admin privs.
What do you use task scheduler for?
Nexus 5 confirmed greatest phone ever.
Run android on the phone and seamlessly switch to Debian GNU/Linux when plugged into an external monitor. Future incoming.
Show us your skills /g/.
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I hate my friend now. She made me make my sites Homepage into DatBoi. Can someone kill me. At least I got 100$ Kek.
>/g/ can't decide what browser to use on Android
Obviously, the best Android browser is Chrome. Deal with it and enjoy it.
get in here bois, might be some /qualcomm/ level shit. :)