>Your facial data is not uploaded to a server
Explain how you can send these "animojis" over iChat, then?
>face mesh data given to various government agencies, because you wanted to use dumbshit animated emojis
>google drones can identify you, even if your face is covered and you're wearing sunglasses
I have a total luddite client, I think in his 70s who needs a new tablet and wants my recommendation.
I originally recommended the Surface 3 to him because he saw NFL announcers using it to draw on things and he wanted the ability to write notes on anything on the screen.
Unfortunately, while I looked into it and the surface SHOULD have been able to do this, by taking a screenshot with the pen, writing on the screenshot, and hitting the email button to send, it simply bugged out at the email step and this guy is not smart enough to save a file somewhere and then email that separately.
On top of that, the cellular internet connection will drop out, and the driver will need to be re-installed occasionally, making this a terrible choice for a technology crippled old guy.
So now I am looking at recommending he get a iPad pro and use remote desktop to do most of his work from his office windows machine, or taking another crack at the Surface by recommending the 2017 version.
Does anyone here have any recommendations either way? Has Microsoft worked out the issues with their Surface line, or should I expect it to have major issues like the S3 did?
As a side note, I tried for HOURS of googling and trying suggested fixes, and even calling microsoft support and troubleshooting to try and get the fucking email feature to work from the screenshot menu.... Apparently I was not the only one who was trying and failing to find a way to get this feature to work on the S3
HO HO HO
The card is about 2 years old, hasn't had any issues, thought i'd turn up the clock a little.
Here's the core clock and memory clock, max is what they're maxing out on in kombuster.
if you want help:
>Assemble parts list
>State the budget for your build (and country if not USA)
>List games/software you use often, as well as your monitor resolution + refresh rate
>Clarify your goal for build improvements: lower price or improved specs?
How to assemble a PC, select components & more (outdated)
No i5 unless discounted
>G4560 - poverty-tier builds
>R3 1200 - Budget builds (<$500)
>R5 1400 - If you need multithreading
>R5 1600 - Best value for higher fps gaming / mixed usage
>R7/Used Xeon/Threadripper - Compute/Multitask/VM/mixed use, not for just gaming
Coin miners have driven price up and stock down, waiting to buy a GPU might be wiser
>Integrated CPU Graphics - Desktop stuff and very light games
>GTX 1050(Ti) - Lower end budget cards, drop settings on newer games, RX560 beaten by both
>RX570 - [email protected]~hz maxed, running most maxed older games at 100~Hz
>RX580 and GTX1060 6GB - [email protected] maxed, [email protected] at lower settings; RX580 better in newer games
>GTX 1070 or Vega 56 - [email protected] /[email protected] at high
>GTX 1080 - [email protected] / [email protected] maxed, [email protected] in a few games; Probably the highest end card you need for 1080p/1440p
>GTX 1080Ti - [email protected] and [email protected] maxed/high in many games
>Check your Mobo QVL before buying any RAM
>Ryzen CPUs benefits a lot from high speed RAM, 3200 MHz is ideal
ALWAYS LOOK AT PRODUCT REVIEWS!
Always consider an SSD. Try buying a large SSD for what you'd pay for your SSD+HDD combined, and add a HDD later
NVMe SSDs aren't for a faster OS boot, they're for productivity/scratch disk/VMs. NVMe and M.2 are not the same thing, M.2 is a form factor
about to order. any changes i should make? still iffy about the mobo
more ovaltine please
- YouTube ratings preview. It shows ratings on thumbnails, so you know what videos to avoid. Waiting for it to be updated for the new YouTube website now.
- 4chan gallery (I don't remember the exact name). It displays the pictures from a thread in full screen, and lets you flip through them sequentially. Not quite a Clover replacement for PC, but close.
- ads bypasser. It lets you skip through adf.ly and other interstitials.
- a bunch of redirect rules I wrote myself.
Would Steve approve of the iPhone X?
>Would Steve approve of the iPhone X?
no, thats why they killed him by infection with aids...
the dude might have been a piece of shit, but he cared about the fucking products more than about profits.
The leaked CIA key is no longer valid. Is there a GOOD free as in beer text editor that doesn't beg me for money and that isn't built on electron?
>He fell for the 16GB of RAM me-
Is this accurate?
IRC: #/tpg/ on irc.rizon.net
>>62387753 (Cross-thread) →
If you're looking for purchase advice, READ THE BUYERS GUIDE FIRST. Then post, stating budget and requirements (e.g. size and performance).
>Don't buy anything OTHER THAN P, T, X, and W SERIES if you want the Real Business Experience™
Recommended IBM models:
X60, X61, T60, T61, 860, Transnote, PC110
Recommended old models:
Recommended modern models:
X220 - 12", 768x1366, cheap and light
T420 - normal size, 14", 900x1600
T520 - 15", 1080p, Quadcore-CPUs
W520 - desktop replacement, 15", USB 3.0
Last good models:
X230 - 12", USB 3.0, IPS option avaiable, classic keyboard installable
T440p - 14", last ThinkPad to have replacable CPUs, 1080p IPS displays avaiable
>Used machines are plentiful and cheap.
>Excellent keyboards - tactile feel and quiet.
>Great durability: chassis uses a magnesium rollcage for structural integrity, with high quality plastic body panels.
>Utilitarian design: e.g. indicator LEDs, 7 row keyboard layout on older models.
>Docking stations that easily turns your laptop into a desktop.
>Easy to repair, upgrade and maintain thanks to readily available service manuals for every model. Spare parts are easy and cheap to obtain.
>The best trackpoint (that red thing in the middle of the keyboard). Great for those who type a lot or hate swiping their fingers all over a touchpad.
>Excellent GNU/Linux & *BSD support.
Used ThinkPad Buyers Guide:
New guides by xsauc:
ThinkWiki - Info on ThinkPads and running GNU/Linux on them:
ThinkPad service guides w/ tutorial videos:
ThinkPad wallpaper collection:
Do you install Libreboot before or after installing your OS? The instructions for flashing include using "flashrom -p internal -V" to find out the flash chip size, which implies that GNU/Linux is already installed (or being run as a live image?).
>The absolute state of windows
Why do people like getting cucked by micropenis?
What are you working on, /g/?
Old thread: >>62405687
Exactly, there's only one function in there, a function with C linkage. There is no wrapper, and there is no mangled function name.
>Check the ELF symbols. You will doubtless find the two functions you declared: one fucked mess of a name that points to the C++ function, and the clean C function name that was actually exported as the program's ABI.
You are incorrect, I showed that.
Have you ever thought of programming an AI just to have a friend?
What vintage tech do you own?
Best thing I ever purchased. I fucking love it so much.
I saw that LGR video on the model M13 (the model M with the trackpoint) and bought one immediately afterwords. It's not as good as the other mechanical keyboards with trackpoints but it's still damn good.
-dictation microcassette machine (somewhere in my closet, too lazy to check model)
-1989-91 Sony 4 head VCR
-Old 1970s Sony wood box speakers
Near vintage stuff:
-K6-2 400 Compac laptop
-Sony Trinitron KV-27
-Apex region free DVD/VCD player
Not including all the game consoles and whatnot (Atari 2600, NES, Genesis model 1 w/ Power Base Converter, Genesis model 2 w/ Sega CD + 32x, SNES, and a bunch of other stuff)