>/g/ hates Windows
>Every decent job I can find requires extensive knowledge of Excel
Why do people like macs over thinkpads?
I don't know. I would never own a device which you cannot service, and who's manufacture takes anti-user measures to stop one from doing so, including lobbying against the right to repair hardware.
But isn't it hypocritical to complain about Apple when you're a "image.jpg" poster yourself?
zuccbook / removal.of.kebab/videos/vb.100004545933791/819656161529241/?type=2&theater
I need to edit this shit down to about two minutes. I think it's just going to end up being *grunt* TOUGHBOOKS *red letter media groan* MY DICK *AVE voice for five words* SPECIAL FORCES RUAAARGH
But yeah any suggestions on what I should use for the shortened cut?
Exchanged my 6700k and shitty H170 mother board for a vega 56, moving to a ryzen
What is the best graphics card for under $200?
I'm considering a MSI GTX 1050
3gb gtx 1060
Yeah it is 10$ over.
Deal with it. GTFX card market is fucked ATM.
If you are running Windows 10, why aren't you using LTSB?
old thread: >>62458004
What are you working on, /g/?
I don't think you understand. Friendly reminder that you should return reference to an object iff:
1. The object itself is passed to the scope as a non-const reference
2. If the object is created within the function scope, it is static
3. In no other situation
Reminder that you don't also need multi-return functions, create the expected values first and pass them as non-cost references into the function. These are called out params.
What's the best CPU under $200 right now?
i5 2500K. Get it to 4 Ghz and you can expect Ryzen 5 1600 performance
How do I into chromium on windows?
options I found
Why aren't you using Ubuntu 18.04 with the brand new theme?
>Learn what /g/ says
>Become a fat NEET who's never worked on a single real life project
>Become a "Pajeet"(as neets call it) and get Microsoft Business Certs, learn Python, C++, do some retarded shit in machine learning startup for a year
>Make $200k/yr as a wagelord
95% of /g/ is LITERALLY degreeless retards who aren't even working in tech
Or if they are, they are working support or being "IT technicians"
how paranoid am I for buying webcam and cellphone camera cover stickers /g/
Thinking about getting a large enterprise HDD, ~10Tb. Are there any reliable sources on failure rates of those helium drives? I'm planning to get one with 5 years of warranty anyway, but warranty won't protect me from data loss.
Also is there any major difference between the different companies? Like supportwise or something?
Did any of you ever use a small SSD (like 32-64gb) as cache for such a HDD, was it worth it?
2 Small drives > 1 big drive
Modern software arrays are awesome and outperform hardware raids on many levels, currently BTRFS and ZFS are the best choices for home NAS.
>Did any of you ever use a small SSD (like 32-64gb) as cache for such a HDD
On my ZFS raidz i used 12Gb of RAM as ARC cache and 64Gb of flash storage as L2ARC with a 100% hit ratio, meaning that my drives never needed to be woke up unless i was writing on them and at the time i was seeding dozens of torrents.
Welcome to 2015, Apple.