Best virtual machine program for windows?
Ungoogled chromium Vs Iridium
Which one is better
Has anyone had a Asus tinker board, I'm having trouble with it, there is not much of a community for it, trying to turn it into a retro system.
why the fuck would you buy a more expensive product that literally is a ctrl c ctrl v of RaPi.
These kind of cards usually give a prebuilt linux distro for it, so just copy it on the sd card.
If not, you must build your own linux distro but that's not a thing every retard knows how to do.
They usually give you datasheets with this kind of thing.
If you don't have the skills then why the fuck did you buy it
he read the memes and marketing specifically designed to trick people into thinking IT requires no skill at all (karlie kodes, bootcamps, etc) and fell for it hook, line and sinker
Not if I can't use NoScript, HTTPS Everywhere, Flash Control, an agent spoofer, Ublock Origin, Decentraleyes, Disconnect, DNSSEC/TLSA Validator, or a Cookie destroyer (like Self Destructing cookies or Cookie AutoDelete). If I can use all those, as well as mess about in the browser's configuration, consider me interested.
But looking at your pic, I get the vibe that its the linux equivalent of Internet Explorer.
>Not if I can't use NoScript, HTTPS Everywhere, Flash Control, an agent spoofer, Ublock Origin, Decentraleyes, Disconnect, DNSSEC/TLSA Validator, or a Cookie destroyer (like Self Destructing cookies or Cookie AutoDelete). If I can use all those, as well as mess about in the browser's configuration, consider me interested.
>But looking at your pic, I get the vibe that its the linux equivalent of Internet Explorer.
Yep but is fancy because build with safari webkit
Explain this, applefags.
I use an iPod Touch 2, which stopped receiving updates at iOS 4.2.1 (same as iPhone 3G). Apple still signs older firmware versions like 2.2.1, so I cab downgrade if I want.
Newer versions improve stability and add features. I would rather have a slow phone with a few apps, Safari that doesn't crash, and the copy+paste feature than a fast phone without apps that's only useful as an email client.
>Apple still signs older firmware versions like 2.2.1, so I can downgrade if I want
Pretty sure you can only downgrade if you saved your SHSH blobs while the version you want to downgrade to was current. Correct me if I'm wrong, though.
mining with 1080ti
~8 burgedollars / day
i hate other miners too
but i dont hate mining.
>Windows 7 SP1 + Latest Update Roll-up (August 2017)
>Windows 10 with most of the telemetry disabled
What would you pick and why?
For me, DX12 isn't a big deal. The rare instance I do play video games it's old emulated shit through OpenGL or Vulkan, both of which are supported on 7. I also despise all the tracking bullshit that comes with Windows 10. Aside from that there doesn't seem to be any significant reason to "upgrade" from 7 to 10, especially when missing USB3 and WiFi drivers can just be integrated into Windows 7 ISOs.
tl;dr: is it worth the upgrade from Windows 7 to 10 despite all the telemetry crap?
>This is what /g/ actually believes
>forget about drivers
because there aren't any
>do something for the environment
>no back doors
I like how it doesn't say that linux is stable, just implies that windows is unstable
I need my main OS to run continuously without random restarts. I use Windows 7 as my main OS for now, but I'm trying to prepare for the time when I'll be forced to move to Windows 10.
Last night I installed a fresh copy of Windows 7 Ultimate and Windows 10 Pro into two VMs and left them running overnight with only notepad open.
This morning Windows 7 was still displaying notepad just as I left it. However Windows 10 had at some point in the night restarted for reasons unknown.
The experiment shows that Windows 10 is not reliable for uninterrupted use. Is there any way to prevent Windows 10 from randomly restarting like this?
No. Windows 10 installs updates and restarts the computer as needed. Windows 7 can do both, but you can completely disable updates. Note that this can leave your system at risk, however. Security updates are pretty vital.
If you're looking for something to be on at all times and remain up, Linux would be more up your alley. You can still get plenty of updates without needing to update the kernel itself (although you can still do that without the system forcing a restart).
The bad side to Linux, however, is that YOU are responsible for everything. Some distros can tell you that you have updates waiting, but there are no distros that will automatically install anything. You need to authorize it, and do so by entering in your sudo password.
Check your "active hours" settings in the control panel or whatever the Win10 equivalent is called, by default it will automatically restart outside of a time period you designate as "active hours". The point is to do updates and shit at night while you're sleeping for example. If uptime is absolutely critical to you (you shouldn't use any Windows if this is the case) then you can disable the automatic restart by opening task scheduler, navigating to Microsoft/Windows/UpdateOrchestrator and disabling the "Reboot" task. This won't stop updates installing, but it allows you to choose when to do the restart using something less vague than "active hours".
If you're so invested in Windows, use Windows Server. I'd like to see Microsoft force servers to randomly restart.
For automatic updating on Linux, you can set up cron to schedule running the update command.
What are the best coding languages to learn for practical use?
Guys, Internet Explorer keeps crashing on my win xp, what should i do?
THANK YOU BASED INTEL & GOOGLE
Is there a AWS or Google Appengine-Like service that respects freedom of speech?
My city is spending a lot of cash to spy on its visitors and people. We have the most camera's in mg country.
Why isn't there a scarf that let's me be undetectable by facial recognition software and doesn't make me look like a cyberpunk teenager.