>there are people on /g/ RIGHT NOW who don't choose a product based on its technical performance but rather whether or not it has done something vaguely SJW-ish in the past
>tfw to intelligent too understand basic mathematics
>want to download gdm to login
>have to download the entire gnome desktop
Who invented this shit to require all of gnome?
this fucking sucks
Windows phones are at a great price lately and I'm thinking I should get a new one. Sure they might be a little buggy, but the next version will be teh awesome!
>might be a little buggy
it's on life support, it's shit and buggy, it's owned by microsoft, a prism company that collects and sells your data, and you can get a better phone on the used market or a new one for the same price that fucks it up. saged
Shut up pajeet
I got memed into buying into the WP8 market
Thankfully I paid the minimum for a Lumia 520
While I'd give my kidney for Windows Phone done properly (8.1 is still the best mobile OS I've ever used), it's just not gonna happen.
What retard thought this was a good idea?
Did some cleaning and found my old Dell D820. It has a T7200, 4gb ram and a 1680x1050 screen. Built like a tank. Surprisingly comfy after all these years.
Decided to clean the fan and put some new thermal paste as it ran pretty hot.
The hdd is slow as balls though and considered replacing it with an SSD? Are there any compatibility issues I'm not aware of?
All stacked up in one awkward corner.
Up or down?
do any /g/ents know how to work with homomorphic encryption and/or blockchain development?
asking for a friend
>all that distro elitism
>not just building your own linux os
>theres literally a step by step copy/paste manual available online for free
Lmaoing hard @ this board
Can programming books be skimmed as a beginner?
As in read more books faster > read fewer books slower?
Unless you're already well acquainted with some basics of how computers do things, no.
Also, your pic related is not very good for beginners. C Programming: A Modern Approach by K. N. King is a lot better. For some reason, ig wiki doesn't have a link to it: ebook-dl com/book/247
Sure. If you want to go head first into the language, you could definitely skim C++ Primer just to get a feel for what it's about. Then muck about in an IDE with build+run.
But at the end of the day, you'd still have to read up on how the language works. Books are the fastest, but you could also use StackOverflow/etc.
There's no reason to skim a book that's only 190 pages though.
What are some laptops with good keyboards?
What's the best way to FizzBuzz?
If requesting purchasing advice, please provide your country and what carrier you will be using it with, along with wanted features, budget and size.
>Reviews, specs, comparisons
>Recommended Chinkphones $80-$300 as of a long time ago (outdated)
>Post a mini-review of your phone
>Discuss upcoming and current models
>Ask for help related to phones
>Tell us how much shekels you spent on good/bad phone
>PRAISE THE CHINKPHONES unless you live in America you shits
Moto Z2 Force review http://www.gsmarena.com/moto_z2_force-review-1639.php
Samsung Galaxy Note8 visits Geekbench with Exynos 8895 and 6GB of RAM
Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) starts getting Nougat update
ZTE Z982 found on GFXBench: 6" screen and 2160p video recording on a budget
LG V30 could cost $700, a Plus model will launch simultaneously
Details of 5.2" HTC U11 Life revised, pic included
Deal: Moto G5 Plus drops to all-time low of $179.99 shipped, saving you $50
My sister got run over while playing pokemom: go. How do I go about unlocking her iphone now?