is the (gnu)linux meme any good if I will be going to an Accounting and Finance school, or should I stick to winblows10
In September 2012, this jew promised a working autonomous car for the general public by 2017. And he was wrong. Was that merely a marketing coup?
Is it worth buying an iPhone with 2gb of ram?
Shouldn't wait till next year and get a 8 plus or iphone 9?
I don't think it is worth it to pay 900 euros for an iPhone 8 plus today but I don't want to pay 700 euros for a phone with 2gb of ram that will become obsolete in a few years.
>Start watching Mister Rowbit
>Gay buttsex, morphine addition, street gangs, relationship drama, sex fetishes, schizophrenic delusion sequences, therapy sessions, legal drama, boring characters--sassy-girl, Muslim chick (?)...
>Like 20% of the show or less has to do with hacking
>Same thing happened with that annoying soap opera trash Stop and Shoot Flames
Did I get conned?
Anyone tried this?
>Friend is the first open source virtual cloud computer that puts the user in the driver's seat.
2010 called, wants their technology back.
Is there a way to run Adobe Experience Design on an older version of Windows 10 (1511)? I don't want to update to the anniversary update since it's garbage but I don't need shitty touch input either
We need this shit in the West
Cash transactions are marginal here in Sweden. We all use credit cards as it is
Fake “virus scanning” apps have plagued the iOS App Store for a while, and Apple seems to finally be banning them once and for all in updated developer guidelines it published this week, via 9to5Mac.
The updated developer guidelines, compiled by Paul Hudson over at Hacking With Swift, now includes a ban on apps that claim to “including content or services that it does not actually offer” — something that includes any iOS virus scanning apps, seeing as it wasn’t possible to scan for viruses on iOS with third party apps, since iOS’s sandboxing prevents applications from directly interacting with each other or the core of the iOS operating system.
In fairness, Apple did remove numerous fake anti-malware and anti-virus apps from the App Store earlier this year, but the new guidelines mark the first time the company has codified a ban on fake apps from its store.
>now includes a ban on apps that claim to “including content or services that it does not actually offer”
So they're going to ban fake cooking apps for kids because they don't actually allow you to make real food? This seems like it could be easily abused.
Anyways, sage because nobody here gives a hot fuck about your fruity toys. Take them elsewhere. This is a tech enthusiast board, not a place to have a consumerist circle jerk.
Not like the Android Play Store doesn't have dozens of anti-virus (and phone booster) apps which are used by a majority of users. I blame Windows for having the anti-virus idea ingrained so much.
Which one of you g/tards/ are here at HackMIT right now?
talk backpacks here
just ordered a chink meme backpack, pic related
My last few PC parts are coming in two days and I wanted to ask a few things related to Windows before they arrive.
First of all, which version of Windows should I go with? I'm on 7 now, but is 10 good enough to upgrade to?
If the answer is to upgrade to 10, then which version of it should I get?
Finally where can I get a clean download of whatever version of windows 10 I'd be needing that isn't riddled with malaware or whatever. A link would be highly appreciated.
Upgrade to Windows 10. If you have a license key you can still get Windows 10 free and if you don't get a cheap key for the professional version. To install download the Media CreationTool directly from microsofts website.
Working with some bullshit dat file. Anybody recognise the header or know how I can parse this thing?
X.I.D is the first column I recognise (sorry its confidential data, I can't upload it)