Is it really feasible (from technological standpoint) to program GAYMES to efficiently utilize 12 threads and beyond?
State of "Firefox Nightly"
>already deleted profiles.ini
>already deleted created new profile in profile manager
shit always appear everytime I click something in nightly
>uses bleeding edge software
>complains it doesn't work
If you're not doing any important tasks, sure
If you run out of memory you don't get any convenient warning about low memory though. Your application will just crash resulting in loss of data.
Why have a NAS if your desktop PC is running 24/7 anyway?
>Decide to stream the ballgame in my garage for the first time in a while.
"I'll fire up the ol' laptop an hour early. Surely that will be plenty of time to get all those pesky forced updates downloaded and installed."
>90 minutes later...
>"Working on updates 12%. Don't turn off your PC. This will take a while."
How did this OS get so broken? What makes the update process so terrible?
Previously on: >>61733062
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Got this instead of an iphone 7 did I fuck up ?
>instead of an iphone 7
You dodged a bullet.
I got a large battery (10000mah) for my note 4 and the battery life is about three days. Only thing I'm sacrificing is pocket space. Will most likely get the note 8 once mine craps out.
What made the 90s so great in terms of technology?
is it truly rose colored glasses or were computers/internet socially superior to what we have now?
>also thinly veiled nostalgia thread
They weren't. It was that awkward in between stage where computers became casual in every household, but not internet. The games were very creative and spawned many franchises that still go on today, but it was overall just a super nerd hobby and you had to tinker with a lot of shit to make games run.
Kotlin just passed Rust and Haskell on the Pypl, and is now more or less tied with Go.
That was really, really quick. Apparently the Android endorsement made it grow Swift-ly.
Why do people spend so much money on apple products when there are so many less expensive alternatives.
I can buy anything I want, but I look at the macbook pro and think its a terrible waste of money!
I am just interested in what you guys think regarding the mac.
What went so wrong with Japanese electronics, /g/?
20 years ago, companies like Sony, Panasonic, Toshiba, Hitachi, Sharp, Sanyo etc dominated the electronics industry but today they are a mere shell of what they used to be like
What ever happened to netrunner?
So this piece of shit basically segfaults every time it tries to compile something? Was there a more disastrous launch in the past?
Dis a good CRT? Could i use it for a second monitor on PC?
Become freelance webdev or programmer?
>Shit retail job started cutting hours and only making enough to pay monthly bills and be left with like $150
I'm in community college, but I rather do something like this as job #2 then have another shitty job with asshole bosses and shit hours.
if you need to ask 4chan about this sort of thing you are not passionate enough to go through with this sort of thing. You need confidence (a trait you lack) to do freelance work.
>t.freelance web dev