>buy 2400MHz RAM
>runs at 2666MHz stable with stock voltages and timings
>internet goes out
>They're on to me
>I'm going to jail
>How will I tell my family?
>I'll get kicked out of uni
>I'm not living my life with this over my head
>I'll have to become a fugitive
>I'll plan the greatest killing spree ever and go out with a bang
>All I need is some ammonium nitrate and fuel o....
>Oh internet is back
>can make phones with OLED
>cant make that 20 times bigger and make a Monitor
OLED has longevity issues and burn-in issues. The typical phone screen is only turned on for a small portion of the day, has few static elements on the screen, and is expected to be replaced every few years anyway. A monitor in typical use can be on almost all day, and the average desktop environment has many static elements. A good monitor is also expected to last many years, even upwards of a decade in some cases. OLED technology isn't at the point where monitors that don't need to be replaced every 6 months can be produced, let alone at an affordable price.
>try to learn programming
>literally get a syntax error on a simple hello world print
Guess it's the shotgun mouthwash for me, anons
Have you signed it already?
I have an old wi fi router and laptop which I'd like to set up as an unsecured access point and then when people connect to it, no matter what site they try to connect to all they get is a jpg of a goatse, blue waffle, lemon party or other pic from my collection, preferably a random one that changes every time they connect. Please tell me how to do this
>Cats ruining Cables
I change to Windows 10, and come´s with Microsoft Edge.
Before, I used Google Chrome.
I should keep using Chrome or stick with Edge?
It uses way less memory in my experience testing in a VM - 250MiB vs 1.2GiB for roughly the same setup vs Chrome, with similar differences vs FF. The engine is great and renders pages just as well as other major browsers. In terms of speed it's a bit slower than Chrome and roughly the same as FF.
The only downside is that it's Win10 exclusive and it's not worth installing Win10 for. It also doesn't have VP8 support, which isn't a problem for most sites but sucks for this site because gookmoot doesn't know what VP9 is.
hey /g/ i am having trouble using a software that extract __cfduid, cf_clearance and User-agent to work (the software is a poetrademacro used for searching items in poe.trade).
my problem is that when i visit poe.trade and complete the captcha challenge, my cookie archive in AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\INetCache dont have the cf_clearance, the code used from retriving the cookie is this one:
Normally it works for most users, but for my case it din't work.
I always get a first time challenge (like after clearing cookies) captcha's from sites with high allert (like poe.trade or https://www.masterani.me).
my OS is Windows 10 64 bits, i use chrome but the program use IE to find the cookies (basically it uses a c# script, this scripts opens a hidden IE browser, navigates to poe.trade and reads user-agent and cookies from this browser. ), i already tried to resolve the captcha first in IE, but the program still have problems to automatic extract the cookies, it only works if i do this manually.
i currently own a oneplus 2 since last summer, and its been having a little bit of lag every time to time. im thinking about gettit the 3t one. or do you guys think that it would be better to get the op 5?
Is it possible for me to install spyware on another computer to take files from that computer ? I'll be alone with target pc for a while where i can give permissions.
Can you explain how I can ? So I won't do it.
explain this bullshit
>be bill gates
>be a multi gorillionaire
>only know how to develop in BASIC
Just because you can hire someone who can develop for you doesn't mean that you're smart, goy.
y even live?