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Explain to me why this browser is a meme?
>not sjw (Firefox)
>not sjw+botnet (Chrome)
>moderate page load speeds
>okay addon support (what more do you need than ublock o, umatric, https everywhere?)
>classic, very customizable layout
Im calling on all Anonymous to hack and shut down google. In recent event Google has abused it's power by terminating an Employee who exercised his 1st Admendment rights. In response to the Employee's view and expression they terminated him, the reason being is violating "Policy" when in reality it is an assault on the 1st Admendment. Since the Government cannot do anything, Google needs to know that a free America is a People free to speak. So do anything you can to shut down Google Servers, Businesses and let them know that they can't attack the 1st Admendment. Because an attack on freedom of speech is an attack on us. Google needs to learn it's lesson. So while you guyd hack Google I will continue to lead effort to #Boycott Google and switch OS.
Is anyone else having problems caring as much about further advancements in processor performance now days with hardware like Threadripper coming out? I understand that Threadripper isn't meant for the normal consumer market, but multiple benchmarks are saying that there is just as much of a difference in performance between my current processor (an AMD Phenom 9550) and AMD's new Threadripper as there is between my processor and Intel's original N270 Atom (which many people complained about being slow and unusable when netbooks were using them). Despite the apparently massive performance leaps that processors have made, I'm still quite comfortable with my current old processor's performance and the only times my processor's poor performance is visible is in edge cases such as web pages with ridiculous levels of bloat that I almost never actually have a reason to go to or tasks that don't need to be done instantly such as transcoding FLAC to MP3 (which takes a few minutes per album when just running on one of my 4 cores, but it's not like that would make a difference in my life if it happened instantly or takes twice as long as it does currently since it just runs in the background). It seems like the only reason to upgrade today is if you don't care that you're running shitty bloatware or play modern AAA games.
Just you, you've deal with consumer class garbage for so long you didn't even know how server-grade hardware from the same year is running an order of magnitude faster.
And that server grade hardware just got really cheap
The whole point of upgrading is to "future-proof" your machine for at least 10 years. Today's latest and greatest will be budget-tier in 10 years.
For most spending $2K every 10 years is more economical than spending $1K every year or two.
>you've deal with consumer class garbage for so long you didn't even know how server-grade hardware from the same year is running an order of magnitude faster.
No, I've been aware of what was possible, especially when getting into multi-processor territory (which Threadripper/Epyc basically are by themselves).
>And that server grade hardware just got really cheap
Meaning consumer hardware reaching that level of performance isn't too far off.
Why did IPv6 fail?
At this point in history /g/ is basically a tips fedora version of /r/pcmasterrace
An tn monitor.
Hey /g/, please help me solve this issue.
So I'm running Win 10 (sadly) and want to use two different wallpaper slideshows for both of my monitors. How could I achieve that?
pic somewhat related
I found that on google aswell, but I dont think I can do what I want with this. I can set a wallpaper slideshow (which I could do with W10 UI aswell) but I can't do something like set folder1 to monitor1 and folder2 to monitor2, right?
Just spent my money on gambling and had to sell my expensive phone to make up losses
whats a decent 200 dollar phone i can get by that isn't complete shit. pls help
What's the best programming software to write code in? I'm a total beginner.
Also, it needs to be for a Mac.
why the fuck you don't have a YubiKeys /g/?
>flips router over
>it crawls under the couch
I have always wanted a PDP-8, but the resale price on ebay is insane. $5000 gets you just the cpu and memory unit or a broken piece of junk that will take months to sort through the literally millions of wires to fix. I have heard from collectors that they find them in various places and get them very cheap, usually as scrap. does anyone know how i can do this?
>CRT monitors were routinely ran at 75-85Hz in order to prevent eyestrain
>Even shitty LCD screen could be overclcoked to 75Hz
>gaming monitors have gone from 75 to 120 to 144 to 165 to 240 and now 480Hz
>Chromium-based browsers are buggy at anything >60Hz
>Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 and Edge don't support anything higher than 60Hz either
How the fuck is this possible? Did everyone just forget 60Hz has NEVER been the standard for PC monitors? Edge straight up doesn't support >60Hz, and Chrome has minor stutters at high refresh rates. And that's on Windows, Chromium-based browser have ZERO support for 120Hz on Linux. Tried using Chrome and any other spinoff I could think of, NONE of them work. How the hell is this possible? Why are web developers so incompetent that they can't check for the actual refresh rate of the vsync'd monitor, and instead are hard-coded to 60?
>Jannies and mods please don't ban or delete thread, I think the effects of NEMPs on technology is a very relevant topic right now.
Since the Norks may actually end up attempting to nuke US territories in the coming months, I thought this would be an appropriate thread. I'm not very nervous about the nukes themselves, if I die i die fast, and if I dont I dont. I'm quite nervous of the effects of an NEMP on technology. Im not quite sure how they work, I would appreciate some answers to the following questions
>What is the minimum/maximum height for NEMPs to occur?
>Is the magnitude of the explosion correlative to the magnitude of the NEMP?
>Is the height of the explosion correlative to the magnitude of the NEMP?
>what would the radius of an NEMP from, lets say, a 50kt nuke?
>How would an NEMP affect areas of modern society?
>is it possible that any person shield precious electronics from NEMP, and if possible, how?
>>What is the minimum/maximum height for NEMPs to occur?
Physics just happens. Here's a more salient point: you want to be dozens of miles up for the biggest area of effect, which would be about half of a continent.
>>Is the magnitude of the explosion correlative to the magnitude of the NEMP?
>>Is the height of the explosion correlative to the magnitude of the NEMP?
>>what would the radius of an NEMP from, lets say, a 50kt nuke?
Depends on altitude. The rough idea I gave above comes from more modern ICBM/MIRV warheads in the 1-10Mt range. 50kt is theater-of-operations size.
>>How would an NEMP affect areas of modern society?
>>is it possible that any person shield precious electronics from NEMP, and if possible, how?
A Faraday cage. Plenty of electronics and electronics storage solutions are hardened against this.