Do you keep old versions of programs and scripts/source code? How do you organize and store it?
If you had to spend $3,000, what computer would you build?
i'd just hire a computer builder to go make me the best gaming computer $3000 can afford. i just wanna play games and that's you people's job, to fix my goddamn gaming computer because i'm too busy with tinder dates, parties and my job.
Are people in this site really saying that this linux can run on a computer without windows underneath it, at all ? As in, without a boot disk, without any drivers, and without any services ?
That sounds preposterous to me.
If it were true (and I doubt it), then companies would be selling computers without a windows. This clearly is not happening, so there must be some error in your calculations. I hope you realise that windows is more than just Office ? Its a whole system that runs the computer from start to finish, and that is a very difficult thing to acheive. A lot of people dont realise this.
Microsoft just spent $9 billion and many years to create Windows 10, so it does not sound reasonable that some new alternative could just snap into existence overnight like that. It would take billions of dollars and a massive effort to achieve. IBM tried, and spent a huge amount of money developing OS/2 but could never keep up with Windows. Apple tried to create their own system for years, but finally gave up recently and moved to Intel and Microsoft.
Its just not possible that a freeware like the Linux could be extended to the point where it runs the entire computer from start to finish, without using some of the more critical parts of windows. Not possible.
I think you need to re-examine your assumptions.
>not having your computer run on apples
>apple writer is 100% compatible with MS Office so you don't need MS Office
>unlike Linux which does not have a proper compatible office program
>if you install Linux you won't be able to make a docx resume and you won't get a job
Anon. Need help really understanding Bitcoin and how to make it work for me. Just got a wallet but where is the best place to start getting BC? Image related.
I have program which does something I don't want to specify, but it's not anything brutal like ransomware, or credit card stealer. I obfuscated, encrypted and compressed the code into one 5MB standalone executable file and it works like charm, running silently in the background and it isn't caught by any relevant antivirus. I want to test it now "in the wild" out of curiosity, but I'm not sure how to convince the target to download and run it. I believe, nowadays most people younger than 50 are not stupid enough, to download something out of blue that arrives in their email like "new music player", or "get more ram".
So anybody with experience in this kind of shit willing to share some ideas? How is it usually done? I heard about embedding the code within PDF, but don't know if that will work. Also, I want to come up with a way I can directly target specific people, not just put it somewhere and wait for some random faggot to run it.
>inb4 stupid script kiddie
I coded it all by myself, including doing some research on things (this doesn't imply I'm considering myself a "hacker" or something). I don't intend to cause any damage, nor making money with it, just curious if I can make it work.
>nowadays most people younger than 50 are not stupid enough, to download something out of blue that arrives in their email like "new music player", or "get more ram"
Yes they are, just put up some words like "closed beta" and they'll fall for it
>that moment when you realise that no matter how quiet you make your pc, you will still hear it running in the silent cold that surrounds your room
Is Embedded engineering Computer or electronic engineering? Its low level code with some circuit design, must be CE right?
have you stumbled upon any good shit to freely download using google drive?
I merely googled 'google drive marshall mathers lp' and was able to download it in high quality from the first link. kek. Did you think google will ever crack down on this?
there was a lot of google drive accounts that were shutdown recently.
people buy managed unlimited accounts for $3 off ebay, load them up with stuff and then share them.
google uses the same content ID they use on youtube to detect illegal content if it is being shared.
Apparently non-shared copyright stuff is left alone.
so i've been trying to find a somewhat budget 24 inch monitor and got this recommended (criteria being 144khz and preferably freesync):
what do you guys think about it? will it be decent for gaming?
So I hoped to buy this when I had the money but last I had checked Amazon it was only $889, and now it's $1189. I've been looking everywhere for it being sold cheaper and not on Amazon but have had no luck. How long should I have to wait before it comes down to at least $950? Or, is there an alternative that I can get before the middle of August along the " """""gaming""""" laptop that doesn't ostracize you for owning it" gimmick?
i will be tutoring/teaching posh kids online. i need a decent non-meme microphone around 100$.
only 'Blue Snowball Usb' and 'Yoga YGM-120' are available in my country around 100$. would consider buying from amazon if there is a good deal.
if you can go the XLR route instead. you'll be able to use it with a digital audio interface.
don't know where you are but try these two
>Behringer Xenyx 502
>Behringer Ultravoice Xm8500
I have that microphone and it's pretty good for how cheap it is. I use a much better audio interface but the behringer mixer is nice since it allows you to adjust your voice on the fly without turning down all of your volume. Plus you can mix in some external audio if you want to. Like you can put them on hold or something and play some music to keep them entertained while you shitpost on here. Yeti can't do that shit
Are they really that much better than laser?
What would /g/ recommend between the 'Logitech G900' ($147 aud) and the 'Razer Lancehead Tournament Etd. ($102 aud)
Have the g900. Got it for $75 (USD, 50% off black Friday sale). Build quality is great so far and it performs flawlessly. Button placements are good and the ambidextrous design is neat, although hardly useful for an individual. It fits my hand well, too. It is rather large but very lightweight. Battery lasts me several days and charges super fast, I never use the cable.
Overall, way overpriced for a mouse. This kind of quality is expected from such a price tag, so at least it wasn't a bust. I would not recommend unless heavily discounted or you have a money tree in your backyard. As much as I dislike Razer and distrust their quality, go for the cheaper mouse.
ITT: Feats of unheard of intellect.
I used and still use Arch Linux as my first Linux distro.
>Networks will still always prioritise ssh/voip over your CP torrents.
>ISPs now have zero incentive to upgrade their networks.
>The state decides and monitors what you should view or not.
There is literally nothing wrong with allowing ISP to control their own networks, fuck off commies.
whenever the state gets in the way of fair business, it's the consumer that turns into the victim.