If you don't know what windows 10 holographic desktop is you are already 10 years behind.
who here AMD Processor + Nvidia Video Card?
I would be very interested in doing this and a combination as a mega-super-turbo server+data+gaming box that I used headless 80% of the time. Ryzen would be great for iterated simulations and CUDA has would save me personal labor. However, residential upload speeds and inconsistent dynamic address bullshit mean the entire idea isn't practical (now). My area is getting fiber this autumn.
They're at it again /g/.
I'm sure you've seen the pictures of pop-ups that comcast has injected into the HTTP stream of its users.
I'm a student with a home server I use to use to show employers I'm trying to work for. It does email and HTTP.
Comcast filters all port 25 traffic out of residential addresses, I had to pay for an SMTP proxy to get it to work.
But whatever, it stops spam, understandable, I even overlooked the fact that after I complained about it i've been harassed nonstop about buying business internet and tripling my bill so that I can get the FULL internet, and not just filtered internet.
I tried to show an employer my website today.
Comcast allows a single resource to be requested and then drops every tcp stream that follows afterwards that have an HTTP 200 OK header.
After about 20-30 minutes, they reset. and you can again request a single resource and everything that follows is dropped.
To the client it makes their browser hang. The 3 way handshake was successful, the resource was requested, and they never receive any packets.
From the server end, a three-way handshake occurs, the resource is requested, the TCP stream commences, but no ACKs ever return. After re-sending the HTTP 200 OK header 20 or 30 times the connection naturally times out
NEVER GET FAGCAST. THEY ARE THE DEFINITION OF NET NON-NEUTRALITY. THEY WILL FILTER AND FILTER YOUR SHIT UNTIL YOU PAY THEM MORE MONEY.
What are the best 15 inch laptops with 1050 or 1050 Ti graphics that aren't gaymen bullshit? I keep hearing about how the XPS 15 has piss poor quality control so what are the alternatives?
What sort of use can I put an old HP all-in-one to? It's only got a 1600x900 screen and a dual core AMD athlon.
>gnome devs unironically consider themselves good ui designers
It isn't about being a good UI designer you pathetic cuckhold
It's about looking at it as a competent programmer and saying "does this do what I would want it to do". That's all it takes. There is no beret-wearing frenchmen artist who designs these things.
Not that you should even give a fuck. Who cares how the GUI looks. Are you a woman or something?
what does /g/ think of the pirates of silicon valley ?
>Google search results are more accur-
You do realize Google search results AND autocomplete are both the worst on the market, highly manipulated and edited, and managed by intelligence agencies, right?
>Alternatives: ixquick, yandex, qwant, duckduckgo, bing
Just started using DDG, and the memes pretty great. Palemoon came with it as default, it has a great night theme, and isnt google botnet. Think theyll ever change the name?
The argument of "well DDG is owned by some shady bloke" is bollocks when google is skynet.
Why is chrome so much faster than literally every other browser? Is it because Google forces websites to conform to what they have optimized for?
What are you working on, /g/?
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Oh shit what do now /g/?
/g/, how many antennas is enough
>The very latest 802.11ac have a new feature called beam forming that is suppose to created a direction signal by modifying the interference pattern between antenna to increase the range.....not much information on if this really works in the real world yet since it is very new.
>You can use multiple direction antenna and the router will attempt to use them to talk to different users.
Can Azure AD DS be used without a DC to join/manage physical (non virtual) workstations?
Azure documentation is changing monthly and the FUD is rampant.
Due to the lack of local servers at my locations, most of the data and services I'm working with are cloud based anyways.
Assuming cached credentials work for login, I don't see there being much difference in losing internet and losing FS/Email/Web app access.
Let me hear your incredibly roundabout reasonings for why it's useful to know the stupidest language in existence that sits on its ass spitting out an error if you don't tell it that the variable you assigned to a string is a string and shits the bed making your computer consume an ever ballooning amount of memory if at any point you forget to tell it to free the memory space for a piece of data after it's moved onto something else.
We don't write code on wood-panelled computers anymore. And even when they did people didn't like it.
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what kind of stickers should I use to enhance the AESTHETICS of this?