Anybody else hide their power level?
Yes. In my experience, many people still don't recognize any level of nuance in computer skills. They assume that because I know how to install an alternate browser and an ad blocker, then I must be some super elite hacker who can fix anything and everything with their computer. It's as if I assumed that just because someone knows how to drive stick shift, then they should know how to rebuild my transmission for me. So I usually just pretend I'm as tech-illiterate as anyone else.
I currently have all things Google at the moment, I'm thinking of changing everything over to Microsoft ecosystem. Was wondering if any of you /g/uys have this setup. For example, Outlook.com for your email, Onedrive instead of Google Drive, etc. Thanks.
My only concern is, nobody has anything remotely close to Google Photos and that thing is the bee's knees.
Why don't they just scrap HURD? It's been in development for literally 27 years and it's not even remotely usable. Not even RMS uses it.
Linux is already dogshit, if by "dogshit" you mean "too complex for its own good." But HURD takes software complexity to a whole nother level. Plus, the BSDs always exist, and they actually work.
Hey android fags.
I need a cheap smartphone for a second phone number and some online banking?
You autistic fucks with all your specs is like wading though a pajeet street full of shit. Its confusing as hell.
Can someone recommend me a cheap new phone for under £130 ($150)
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Users of all levels are welcome to ask questions about Mac OS X/macOS and share their experiences.
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If you would like to try out OS X/macOS you can do one of the following:
1) Install an OS X/macOS version of your choice in a Virtual Machine.
2) Dual boot a version of OS X/macOS of your choice along with Windows or Linux.
3) Go balls deep and either buy an Apple product or build your own Hackintosh.
>Should I buy an Apple product or build a Hackintosh.
An Apple product will receive direct long term support but on the other hand cost much more and offer a worse price/performance ratio than a self-built machine.
A Hackintosh is cheaper and more customizable (cases for example) and won't burn your wallet, but also won't receive direct updates and free upgrades to newer versions of the operating system from Apple. The process of setting up a hackintosh will require basic knowledge of partitioning and installing an OS with certain tools provided by a small, but helpful community.
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Who /idort/ here
>Uses Macbook Pro for work and productivity
>Windows rig for gaming
>Linux for almost everything else (and /g/ cred)
>Chrome OS (which is still Linux) for dabbin on the haters
Even PJW moved to BitChute. Why isn't /g/ helping Bitchute grow?
What math books to read for general CS self studying?
Of the only two DEs worth a shit, which does /g/ prefer?
Anons, how can I do to find out who turns off my computer remotely and what can I do to avoid it? is there a type of lock?
What's the worst mistake you've done in your field?
Do you dream in code, /g/?
What websites do you visit regularly /g/?
Hey ///g/// give me your most aesthetic DE for arch linux
Russian President Vladimir Putin told schoolchildren in his country Friday that whichever country controls artificial intelligence first will "rule the world."
Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a stark warning to schoolchildren Friday on the first day of classes, saying the country that first masters artificial intelligence will "rule the world." All schools in Russia begin their new school year on Sept. 1, which is called “Knowledge Day.” In an open lecture to children across the country, he said “the future belongs to artificial intelligence” for all of humanity. He said:
>"Artificial intelligence is the future, not only for Russia, but for all humankind. It comes with colossal opportunities, but also threats that are difficult to predict. Whoever becomes the leader in this sphere will become the ruler of the world … The movement of the eyes can be used to operate various systems, and also there are possibilities to analyze human behavior in extreme situations, including in space … If we become leaders in this area, we will share this know-how with entire world, the same way we share our nuclear technologies today."
Advanced AI technology is reportedly a key component for Russia’s next-generation fighter jet, the MiG-41. Putin’s 45-minute speech—the standard length of an instructional hour in Russia—was delivered from Yaroslavl, approximately 160 miles northeast of Moscow. It was broadcast via satellite to more than a million students in 16,000 schools across Russia.
>implying the AI won't just be uncle's Vlad conscience uploaded to some quantum computer hidden in the Urals
What is the first thing I should do/install when I get a new android smartphone?
>inb4 "sell it for an iphone lmaoo"