How long until HDD prices explode?
There will pop several services like this out in near future. Will you mine? Should we buy HDD's as long as they are affordable?
I think cloud services do a great job offering shitload of space for a small fee.
Its no fun if i upload 200TB and some neckbeard flips his power switch because mom said he has to sleep.
How much of this shit can i delete? I just got a new computer and it came with an insane amount of bloatware, and after getting rid of all the obvious bloatware this is all that's left, and i want to remove it, but i'm afraid i'll turn off cooling or the mousepad or something.
Is this actually neccessary to drive the parts, or do the stuff just """"""optimize"""""" the performance?
>I just got a new computer and it came with an insane amount of bloatware
Format the computer. Use the license key to do a fresh install.
OEMs are notorious for shoving their computers full of unnecessary garbage, including literal malware in some cases.
You're better off formatting and starting from scratch.
Is there a linux distro for video games?
Alternative to Gmail?
>One thing wrong with /g/
>How do we fix it?
I want to build a simple GUI on Linux for my program.
What is the easiest and lightweight method?
Glade? QT is bloat. What else?
Pls no browser/electron.
Qt isn't bloated if you know your shit, don't keep adding dependencies
Gtk fits into the DEs better, and performs quicker but good luck working with it, and enjoy the documentation
no botnet ples
So I bought a raspberry pi 3, set it up to be a kodi machine. Installed covenant, flixnet, etc. Is there a way to make the tv shows autoplay to the next episode, like netflix does? Kinda annoying to have to choose the next one manually and all. Also any other tips and shit I should install to make my kodi really good to use?
Following recent events, tech companies have started purging anything they consider "nazi".
There's a business opportunity for you, /gee/. Put up a hosting or crowdfunding service that doesn't care about politics and allows all content (as long as it doesn't break the law).
When sending rockets and satellites becomes cheap enough, will we have a competing interconnected computer network to today's internet? What have we learned so far?
The first problem was giving too much power to DNS registrars.
It's great if you're using linux, since you can use the open source drivers (which work better than the closed source ones now too): http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=rx-vega-linux1
Yes, I know the article is two days old, but I didn't have time to read it earlier.
>All bought out by scalpers / miners
>Half of the available cards are locked behind some fucking bundle that'll only cater to someone building a new AMD PC
>Restock is fucked because of HBM2
OwO what's this?
Hi, Isn't C supposed to translate quite closely to machine instructions? What is this?
A bit late but here's the regularly schedule thread. All text is a WIP.
>Setup guides, tips, resources
>Recommended games and applications (includes NSFW)
What are the most practical languages in terms of a career in programming?