12TB of storage.
What a time to be alive.
go to a store and just walk out the door with them
Your opinions are SHIT edition
Custom phone images are a meme and serve minimal useful purpose
User Scripts (including opengl shaders):
High quality video output profile (goes into mpv.conf):profile=opengl-hq
Post your system specs and config if youre asking performance related questions.
I used to use Utorrent, then came here years ago and learned it was shit and started using Deluge instead
Then you told me that was shit so I started using qbittorent instead
Now I'm hearing qbittornet is shit too? Which program isn't shit again?
I'm using windows btw
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PTP is full, recruitment at TM+ only. Better luck next time losers.
is the pixel density in 27'' 1080p monitors really that bad? I'm kinda itching for one as my 24'' is a bit old already.
The specific model makes some difference, as well as the end-user application. But, generally, a 27" is too much for 1080. I've used a number of different monitors and, for me personally, I consider 25" to be the optimum upper limit for 1080. By preference, I have several 1920 x1200 24" monitors and consider those superior.
I also have worked on several 27" 2560 x 1440 models. I like them a lot, but 27" seems slightly too dense. Have also worked on a couple 30" and 32" 2560 x 1440 and would go with one of those at that resolution rather than 27".
No meme that what you use the monitor for makes a difference. If you need a fast response high refresh rate gaming monitor, 27" @ 1080 will probably be just fine for most people. You'll never have time to really see the pixels and a 120 or 144 Hz refresh will be more important.
If you're doing professional graphics & hi res movie editing and have a designer's eye for meticulous detail, you probably won't be happy and should invest in a 2K 30"/32" or a 4K 34"/36".
I wish there was an affordable 32" 2560 x 1600 in 10-bit color; that would be my personal ideal sweet spot right now. I rarely play games, and they tend to be things like Total War & Civ rather than FPS. More important to me to have perfect colors for graphics & photos.
Geforce GTX 2080
Geforce GTX 2070 (16 GB)
Geforce GTX 2070 (12 GB)
> google is compiled into your operating system.
> The "Switching to fallback DNS server 126.96.36.199." message indicates that you have no DNS servers configured at all, in which case resolved will use compiled-in fallback servers because it tries hard to just work also if you have a locally misconfigured system
lmao stay cucked systemd fags.
Get a real distro.
t. void linux/devuan user
>google is compiled into your operating system.
Redpill me on PHP
I never minded working with PHP all that much.
The only thing is I never set up a debugger for it. It was hard to debug you had to do printf debugging,
If you have the choice I would use a different serverside language. There are better options now.
>perfect desktop environment dosent exi-
How can she look so real and not feel uncanny?
MDN web docs offer a good intro (independent of 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
https://www.youtube.com/user/TechGuyWeb - Traversy Media
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8butISFwT-Wl7EV0hUK0BQ - freeCodeCamp
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO1cgjhGzsSYb1rsB4bFe4Q - funfunfunction
>in-depth comparison of VPS hosts
is there a way for me to earn $500-$1000 per month freelancing?
im from Russia so it is absolutely enough for me
where is it best to find some work?
my skill-set is HTML/CSS/JS + node js + react and redux, also created some basic apps using meteor js and quite good at Adobe PS and Sketch
So i have a mobile nav menu i made for a site. When i open it I have take it up the entire screen. I gave it a fixed position and left right top bottom 0. Also i used jquery to add a class to the body to set set overflow:hidden to stop scrolling. My only problem is on mobile the bar where you type in the url shows up when you swipe down, thwn if you swipe up it disappears revealing part of the site for a second. Is there something I can add in css to prevent this?
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What's /g/'s opinion on Protonmail?
I want to move away from botnetmail, but I don't want to wake up one day and have to move to another provider because it's shutting down or some shit. Anyone think it'll stick around?