Has /g/ ever written an interrupt routine?
When are you switching to Reddit instead of filling captskas for yoshimitsu?
>eyesight has started to deteriorate in the last year
Is this down to using a computer for 12 hours+ a day, every day?
No, it's a bunch of factors, where genetics is the most important one.
There's no correlation between how many hours you spend looking on a computer screen and how your eyesight is affected. There's only a small correlation between near-sightedness and amount of time spent in sunlight.
How will googshills recover?
> Buying a CPU that requires water cooling to work normally.
>hackintosh doesnt work flawlessly unless you have an intel/nvidia system
IT'S NOT FAIR
why does windows 10 get so much hate? i think it's the best looking os out there
>simple clean design
>good combination of professional and stylish
compared to osx and linux
>le gaussian blur meme
>looks old and pleases niche autists who like windows 95 design and vaporwave
what do your parents or friends when they visit you think about those images on your screen? do they consider you "normal"?
Why do people say apple is shit when it is one of the most valuable companies in the world?
Just doesn't make any sense to me. If they'd be so bad, then they'd not sell shit, right? Explain yourself (g).
Wanna break open my old Toshiba to steal the motherboard, Tried to open the screws but the rest is closed with this weird CIA circle screw which my screw driver can't open
>he doesn't use Internet Explorer exclusively
What's the best software and encryption method?
I'm running XP sp3, and I'm having a problem where the Windows wireless manager can't find any available networks, but third party WiFi managers can.
It started after I updated the rtl8187 driver, but even a rollback won't let windows find wireless networks on its own.
What can I do so that the wireless zero configuration tool finds wireless networks? I don't want to use the Asus wireless manager.
>I'm running XP sp3 and something doesn't work
Should I clean my keyboard?
>when you have so many tabs open in Firefox, and so many bookmarks stored that you must switch to Opera to casually browse the internet
>e-commerce sites (paypal, amazon)
>social media (facebook, instagram because I'm stalking my ex)
When did this become the entire internet for me? I used to visit fan sites and discover new websites every day.