why doesn't microsoft fix window's font rendering instead of adding a bunch of useless effects?
What is the best programming environment
Based on my experience:
for their phenomenal ease of access and utility. They never impede my ability to code, and perusing through a large cluster of classes isn't a hassle to deal with.
Is there a way to pass these shits?
Am I fucked /g/?
Anyone has a good battery brand to replace it?
Is this laptop 20 years old or do you just have it in a machine that removes and reattaches the charger several times a day
My laptop battery of 7 years only has like 530 cycles
What's the programming language equivalent to this movie?
Are these a meme currently? My new Ryzen build has an M.2 slot right below where I plug in my graphics card.
I need another SSD so I figured I'd buy one. But after doing some research, it would appear that there are some concerning temperature issues with ones that do not have heat sinks attached. For example the Samsung Evo 960 M.2 gets to 70c+ from what I've seen, maybe even higher.
Then you have the ones that do have a heatsink, which don't perform as well as the Samsung Evo 960, and additionally may not even fit under your graphics card if that's where your slot is.
Also, does anyone know if the built in M.2 slot on your motherboard always supports the 4x advertised speed for NVME? Or are they just Sata III speeds?
Does anyone own one of these M.2 drives?
Well M.2 might be a meme for now.
i went from an m.2 nvme to a 850pro sata6 ssd. and desu the i cannot tell the difference in day to day usage except for a few things.
the sata6 loads windows10 a bit faster, the nvme ofc had higher sequential write/read.
but how often do you need to copy large files to the same disk.
What does 'mechanical keyboard' even mean? That you aren't using your smartphone for a keyboard?
A rubber dome keyboard uses collapsible rubber domes that when pressed, make contact and trigger an electric switch.
A mechanical keyboard uses an actual mechanical switch to detect a keypress.
The former feels kinda mushy, whereas the later gives a greater physical feedback. Some are really clicky and loud, others are softer and more quiet.
The Mozilla Developer Network offers a good intro (no matter your browser choice)
>Free online courses
https://stackoverflow.com/ - Developers asking questions and helping each other
https://caniuse.com/ - Check browser support for front-end web technologies
>Useful Youtube channels
https://www.youtube.com/learncodeacademy - codecademy
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO1cgjhGzsSYb1rsB4bFe4Q - funfunfunction
https://www.youtube.com/user/TechGuyWeb - Traversy Media
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8butISFwT-Wl7EV0hUK0BQ - freeCodeCamp
>an in-depth comparison of VPS hosts
What are you working on, /g/?
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why does everytime i open my laptop from sleep the cpu usage spikes up to 20-30%
and its always system taking up resources
Why do people hate linux so much? I legitimately don't understand the hate. Just don't use it if you don't like it? Nobody is forcing you to use Linux.
Some reasons why I prefer it over others:
>updates are painless
>support for massive number of devices out of the box
>great package repositories, can install and update all my software from one place
It's all a game anon, when you don't have anything to talk about and you want some (you)'s you make a bait thread about it.
It just so happens that loonix users are the easiest group to bait because they are so sensitive about their operating system. This doesn't happen outside of /g/
Ask your stupid questions ITT.
Please take few seconds to Google it before asking and read the sticky first.
Old thread >>61637115
should i pull the trigger on one around $300 or wait
I've been looking for a large eReader to read PDFs on. I have a pretty large collection and I want to actually read them when I'm away from my computer or in bed or something. The thing is the current large options(8"+) are all over $300. A used Kindle DX can be had for $120-200 depending on condition. But the Kindle DX doesn't have expandable storage and that could be annoying since I'd like to have most if not all of my PDFs on it. Should I just spend the money for such a small feature or just cheap out and switch out files as needed?
Also eReader discussion
>he uses an ink based printer instead of cheap refillable toner
So before you autists go
>>LE NOTHING TO HIDE MEME
>SEND ME UR PERSONAL INFORMATION THEN
explain, unironically what the top intelligence agencies want with your files.
What are some essential Sublime plugins?