Will I be able to format my mSATA SSD to FAT32 using a USB converter or do I need to get a mSATA to SATA board and actually open up my PC?
What is the most durable mouse in existence? I am throwing my mice on the wall, beat them with my fist etc. No I will not change my behavior. No need to leave snarky comments. Won't change anything. So just tell me what mouse can survive that shit if there is any like that. A mouse with a pure metal case would be nice for example. Picture related is cool, but it costs too damn much. The mouse should not cost more than 100 bucks.
I've had this mouse for the past decade now.
it's.. gotten a lot of abuse. solid as fuck though
>Search for smartphone review on youtube
>watching Android Authority's review of the Galaxy Tab S3
>reviewer mentions that the iPad Pro performs better and has a much larger ecosystem of tablet-optimized apps
>fanbois and Samshills have an apocalyptic chimpout in the comments section, calling for the reviewer to be fired
imagine getting this rectum-ruptured by reality
Is this worth installing, even as a wm? Or should I just continue using w10?
firefox IS botnet. It uses google analytics, ping to mozilla servers without your consent, safebrowsing (a google product) and google geolocation
block in hosts file
>ping to mozilla servers
can be disabled
can be disabled
can be disabled or completely removed by compiling from source without geolocation api
I bought my computer in January 2015. Almost every component in it has only gotten more expensive since.
I have an i7-4790k. I paid 349€ for it. Right now in the same store I bought it from it's 429€
I have a Dell U2415 monitor. I paid 314€ for it. Right now in the same store I bought it from it's 345€
I have a GTX970. The kind is no longer sold by the store I bought it in, but I checked right before the 1070 came out (which was maybe 18 months after I bought it) and it was 30 euros more than I had paid for it.
I understand the cryptocurrencies affecting GPU prices, but CPUs and monitors too? These are not newer versions nor were any of them on sale when I bought them. Why is this happening?
So lets get a thread started where everyone posts their favorite software and why you like it. Don't forget links so people can take a look at the softwares, and if possible post pics.
For me its Shadowdefender. Its just a simple alternative to deepfreeze. gets the job done and is literally bullet proof. You can run whatever you want on your main system without needing a WM. Even ransomware.
>Using a WM
What a WMcuck
I'm about to work with a college's internship program to get people to code this idea for me. Tell me what YOU think bros:
Community involvement app:
Like-minded selecting various categories of interest to mutually connect with each other, by sending invite-notifications to alert others users seeking the same interest. Examples to connect could range from local sports, finding a church buddy, college kids needing a study-buddy, musicians connecting, to general hangouts. Detailed & verified user profiles will safely identify who you’d connect with.
To stay connected with each other, users can create & join temporary cliques for group-centered activities, along with the option to create a Friends list & to create & join long-term Groups to stay connected for future hangouts & discussions.
To get ideas for connecting, there’ll be categorized local events to choose, created by groups & local services, along with individual users, which would be added to your calendar & shared with fellow users.
When the budget & development team expands, there’ll eventually be deeper community-involvement focused features to hold user interest, such as a real user created local economy & tipping system, local news, public video/photo uploads, local discussion forums, local Trending activity feed, etc.
Users effortlessly connecting with each other in real time has yet to be explored, & could be wildly successful if designed correctly with an easy & clean layout.
>Want to install 4chan-x
>Considered with it being a botnet
At this point, "botnet" is just an umbrella term for anything that connects to the internet.
This is what happens when people use a term outside the actual meaning for too long; the same thing happened to the word "literally" and now it's lost whatever meaning its had.
>sends a DMCA Notice to easylist to remove a client URL
>the URL is related to copyright control and advertisement
>The Notice hints that a complete takedown could be even possible
It's fucking EASYLIST, even millenials use it
Whats the best way to stress test a windows pc? Buddy gave me his old one as he moved away and he said it kept blue screening on him, I've been using it a few hours and so far its been fine.
Anyway to try and force a blue screen so I can find out what the issue was. So far ive just put a clean win10 install and an older sata drive. He had an SSD in before.
What is the best email client for a tech illiterate gamer/web browser to use.
I don't want to use google anymore because of privacy issues, such as the possibility of them sharing my emails and data with employers.
I need something safe secure private and easy to use.
I am also using mozilla as my web browser now.
I would've suggested mutt before I read the teach illiterate part. Maybe Thunderbird? As long as it's FOSS it should be fine.
If you want security the mail client isn't really the part that matters though, it's the server itself. I would advise rolling your own because otherwise it can't be trusted.
YASS Somebody believes in me!