How do you know a browser extension isn't mining your data?
also wanted if this extension is just a botnet
The fact that so many people still name Linux as the greatest or most significant OS ever only tells you how far Computers still are from becoming a serious way to work.
Contemporary programmers never spoke highly of Linux, and for good reason. They could never figure out why it's distributions should be regarded as good. They knew that Linux was simply lucky to become a folk phenomenon (thanks to Windows). That phenomenon kept alive interest in it's mediocre distro's to this day.
Linux Got really popular not because it's the greatest OS but simply because it's distro's were easy to sell to the masses, they had no difficult content, they had no technical innovations, they had no creative depth. It's a bunch of nice looking UI's with some decent functions.
>anyone can program
>graduate with BSc in Computer Science
>still don't know how to program
>still can't make an android app
anyone can program if you believe in yourself and stop being retarded
So /g/, do you have an unlimited data plan?
How much does it cost?
Paying 19euro/month here for unlimited data/100min, of which 5gb can be spent in the EU.
Pretty based desu
Hey guys. Looking into software development and seems kinda interesting. Anybody with personal experience that can fill me in on it and if it's worth pursuing?
Building my own wallet. Why?
Because I can.
One of my HDDs is giving me C5 - current pending sector count SMART errors. How screwed am I and how do I proceed?
Backup and keep eye on it. Might fail or it might still last a long time, nobody knows, only time tells. If under warranty, replace. But backups are important, isn't this common sense?
(overpriced, underpowered, etc)
iSheep be gone
>there are people on /g/ who get upset about products that other people use
Chrome is open source, why doesn't /g/ like it?
I've never used Linux before really other than Kali, and I decided to say fuck it and fell for the meme of making Fedora 26 my main OS (pic related)... I can't really seem to get basic tasks done without looking up everything for a couple of hours, and there really isn't as many resources out there for problems with Fedora as something such as Ubuntu. What is a more beginner friendly Linux OS? plsnoinstallgentoo
what is the standard norm for computer monitor size?
I have come to realize my 19' just isn't cutting it anymore.
nice ad faggot
this is a fresh install
>First thing he does is change the background to half naked man
Yup, checks out. Botnet faggot
>I'd rather whine about something on /g/ every day than move a slider that turns it off
Wow yeah Windows sucks so bad, amirite /g/?
DO I BELONG YET
Have we gone too far?
That's just the tip of the iceberg anon...