There is any equivalent for extFAT on Linux?
I have a 200 dollar budget. What graphics card do I get?
I need a linux distro that is good for noobs and idiots like me that can't figure out even a line of code without googling how to fix the damn thing
So yeah I need something popular (so it has a lot of apps), good linux distro that looks beautiful, runs well on a dual core processor or a shitting pentium 4
You know like those keks that upload a screencap of their desktop and they have some kind of "macbook taskbar" with good looking icons and that
That's probably fedora or something dunno
Just give me a linux distro that I specified
If you think fedora is good just type the damn thing, if not just say whatever distro is good
I would grow a full glorious neckbeard in about 2 months if I stopped shaving right now.
It would also make me look 10 years older so I don't want to.
Also the last thing I want is to look like a goddamn linux neckbeard.
Oh look, it's now literally yet another chrome clone, but with tons of "features" nobody asked for. Surely that will make SJWfox win back market share.
7z is better but I still use WinRAR because I'm so used to it and 7z's context menu triggers me. Am I the only one?
I have a crazy dream: create a whole new toy desktop OS from scratch, from the kernel all the way up to the UI.
Targeted at a single well-documented low-cost hardware platform (e.g. Raspberry Pi) to try and keep a reasonable scope.
Feasible? I know it will probably take a couple of years, but I think I'd learn a lot and it would be pretty cool.
Thoughts on Vivaldi compared to other browsers?
It's alright, I haven't spent extensive time watching how much processing and memory it occupies but for laptops I feel that it does well in running with a low profile. I personally don't care about the >botnets and so that isn't really a consideration for me, although some other people here may see that as a negative (if it's true, I don't know for sure).
Nice, relatively minimal, easy to use, looks good, not terrible for mobility either. Would recommend.
Starting a computer repair company. I can't come up with a good name. I'll be based in central Texas, so I'm thinking regional shit like
Centex PC Repair (taken)
Longhorn PC Repair (taken)
Trump PC Fixins (srsly, look at it)
Any ideas, suggestions? Do your worst, /b/
Does cosmetic damage bother you?
depends, are we talking about small cracks and scratches, or are we talking about everything cosmedic is fucked to hell and back?
I can deal with scratches so long as it in no way impedes function (scratches on a screen I would consider imposing function) but if you took a hammer to everything cosmedic just because its funny that it looks fucking broke but works, then no, that would be a dealbreaker.
I need a cpu with 512 cores minimum. When will it happen?
Looking for informative content but also people who are really passionate about technology and less shilly
Can i fix this or do i have to buy a new screen?
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What is the best IDE for C? I usually use a simple text editor, but I'm looking something with project management tools and git integration.