>Windows 10 has downloaded 2GB and uploaded 500MB over the course of one week
Does anybody know where I can buy the Dell Inspiron 7775? I tried getting it on the dell site, but whenever I proceed to checkout they remove it from my cart and never say why.
>but whenever I proceed to checkout they remove it from my cart and never say why.
They have tech support specifically for this issue. No part of any business responds faster than the bit responsible for taking your money.
I'd like to point out that a legitimate thread died for this bullshit.
Does it make sense to buy a marshmallow botnet phone now that nougat is already out /g/? My current mid range phone is getting really dated so I'm considering replacing it. I'd like to spend as little as possible because I'm not all that big on smartphones and all I'd really be using it for is messaging, web browsing, media playback and a couple of simple apps. (And making calls of course.) Do I really need/want nougat and if so, why?
Wax/oil pen thread
What do you have? Is it chinkshit or overpricedshit? How long have you been using it/what do you use it for?
I'm thinking of getting a Yocan pen but I don't know what model. Possibly this one.
i'm sure there's something more affordable out there. Pax might be the best thing there is but i don't really need the best thing. more money to spend on actual wax.
I'd like to buy a Thinkpad but Something really important seems to be missing ...
Most of the laptops I had have a shortcut key to be able to do home / end without having to press the home/end keys which are on top (too far for my taste).
I thought FN+Left Arrow and FN+Right Arrow would work but unfortunately, its not the case on Lenovo laptops.
Is there a way to do that ?
Daily Reminder: Google is literally a CIA operation.
Why did this happen?
i'm trying to use cain and able.
it detects my router but it doesnt detect my own pc's ip for some reason
i can see every phone in the house and even consoles but not my pc
how can i get can and able to detect my own pc's ip traffic
So I've used firefox for fucking ages. But I want to switch for various reasons. I've seen ungoogled chromium talked up quite a bit but there is no maintained package for Arch and I don't want to have to build it every time there's an update because it takes so fucking long.
Are there any others or am I just going to have to suffer if I want a reasonably private chromium experience.
what did he mean by this?
>Project Honey Pot is a web-based honeypot network, which uses software embedded in web sites to collect information about IP addresses, used when harvesting e-mail addresses for spam or other similar purposes such as bulk mailing and e-mail fraud.
After an explorer crash, one of the applications I was using disappeared but is still running in processes.
Is there a way to force the window to reappear without restarting that process?
Opinions on pic rltd?
I'm to lazy to search myself
hi guys, this question is /g/ but also a bit /v/ and a bit /vr/.
basically, i'm making a video game. at the minute i'm working on the script and plot, so i don't need to worry about assets yet, but i was thinking about things like pixel scaling and it frustrates me how much i don't know about the whole thing.
i'm planning on making it for 640x480, but the next multiple of 480 after 960 is 1440, and most people run 1920x1080 screens these days, so that means i'd need to display it at 2x with huge borders on all sides. the only alternative would be to render at 2x and then stretch it for the remainder, which puts the whole picture at serious risk of looking terrible.
i know how important pixel scaling is if you're going for a clear display, but i'm also not deluded enough to think i'm the first person to make a pixellated 2d game in the 2010s.
basically, what i want to know is how other people do it. do you just make your peace with knowing your game is going to look like shit on some screens or are there tricks?
is 640x480 a bad base resolution? is there a more common resolution people are using which scales well but also suits small screens?
i hold no doubt the legwork has already been put into solving this problem, i just don't know where to go to find the information.
>navigate to folder in Nautilus
>search for something
>returns files and directories
>set a filter to only search for files
>returns files and directories again
Just how sophisticated is AI nowdays and how integrated is it with everyday life?