is this the best free antivirus? i allready have the common sense internet security 2018, but when you may install some cracked photoshop you really need some better AV than windows defender to watch over that shit.
i used avast free until now, but i had to dump it bechause of that virtualisation thing it have that prevents you from running a virtual machine or android emulator.
bitdefender looks the most based, no annoying pop-ups about the premium stuff they sell, minimalist interface and as far as i heard it have the same detection engine like the premium ones.
All free anti-virus vendors make money by selling the data on what programs you have installed on what cookies they found in the browser cache.
Large tech companies and retailers buy subscription to these data to quickly identify potential competitors rising up.
Read the fucking ToS.
So how will samsung fuck it up?
>functional programmers in pic related
What's up with the lack of Terry Davis threads lately? Is he ok?
What are you working on, /g/?
Old thread: >>61992323
What do you want to do in the metaverse? All text is a WIP.
>Setup guides, tips, resources
>Recommended games and applications (includes NSFW)
Is desktop VR destined to flop? I watched a few videos on YT yesterday few tűrik mobile VR games and I was blown away by the quality (considering it's just a phone).
Look into Need for Speed VR. That game looks awesome and you don't need any cable for it to work.
Even VR porn is better without cables. Especially when you're lying in bed.
On the other hand, yes, you have to charge it. And of course there isn't as much computing power. But in the long run, mobile VR is going to win.
MP3 320kbps is enough. WAV, FLAC etc are placebo.
i will install again windows 7 but have so much telemetry updates. how can i update and avoid this telemetry shit?
Who is ready for 8?
You can watch the solar eclipse and go blind, or watch Ryzen get put on life support.
The most refined 14nm CPU ever made.
Thanks to Apple for introducing the following "features" to the tech world:
>no removeable battery
>no upgradeable ram
>no microsd slot in phones
>no removeable battery in phones
>no headphone jack
>no usb ports
>shitty keyboards with no travel
>glossy screens that glare in the sun
Have I missed anything?
>the modern desktop GUI
>WYSIWYG word processing
>composited, hardware-accelerated desktop GUI
>the definitive portable media player
>the modern smartphone
>large-scale mobile ecosystems
>the modern tablet
>>the modern tablet
>the modern smartphone
Dont make me laugh
>hey recommend me good vps
ITT : Discuss about VPS
10€/month vps from Strato (German company) with 300GB storage running Centos 7.
I have two domains ($familyname1.org, $familyname2.org) and provide email (postfix+dovecot+spamassassin+opendkim) and Nextcloud services for both. Rainloop for webmail, Nextcloud -is- a web interface, and I wrote a custom homepage at index.html that allows to choose between mail or cloud.
Family is quite happy. Currently we split the costs 50/50, but the plan is to make them pay for it entirely.
I just spent my Sunday afternoon writing backup scripts for the mail, etc and www directories. After securing ssh, setting up fail2ban and hopefully configuring Apache correctly I'm cautiously optimistic I won't get hacked too easily
A place to share your nostalgia and love for old hardware and software.
Picked up this cute _little_ CBM 8032 yesterday.
Java, OOC, indian
You will lose fighting the botnet, goy.