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Post your Windows stack, /g/. As in, the programs you always end up re-installing with every wipe.

>CCleaner:
For cleaning shit up, from your harddrives to your registry.
>7-Zip:
The best and freest archive tool for Windows, fuck WinRAR.
>gVim (or Emacs)
Because Notepad isn't too easy on the eyes or fingers.
>Cygwin (or Ubuntu Linux Subsystem w/bash):
Miles ahead of PowerShell or Cmd as far as command shells go.
>ActivePython
The best Python "distro" out there with all the most common/useful standard+common extra modules.
>Eraser:
Use with macros for a panic button to scramble CP as the FBI closes in on your front door.
>VLC:

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>>60567090
CCleaner has never messed up my registry, but no, it doesn't do a great job, but it does some stuff.

I actually go into my registry from time to time to clean out old programs that leave shit behind that CCleaner doesn't delete automatically.
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>paint.net
>virtualbox
>anki
>LaTeX
>R
>GeoDa
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>>60567337
literally just type it into the start menu
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>making Windows into Linux
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>>60568341
You must be new to Windows

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In /csg/, we discuss the cheap shit you see on Gearbest, Taobao, AliExpress, Banggood, eBay and similar sites.

>IRC channel
https://qchat.rizon.net/?channels=/csg/
#/csg/ on rizon

>Discord link
https://discord.gg/JttUHDZ

>Chink Shit Randomiser
http://chinkshit.xyz/random/

>Chink Shit Wiki
https://wiki.installgentoo.com/index.php/Chink_shit_general


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So, the chinks that sent me a broken Note 4 now are trying to make me send them the phone before it escalates to ali

Is it true that china reject packages with phones?

Will it just be forever roaming between countries and I will never get my money back?

What the fuck am I supposed to do
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>>60559842
>>60559777
>>60559683
Careful with the Rock Zircons, though. They have INSANE nigger bass. Unless you're actually into that kind of stuff. But if you want to listen to normal music, you'll have to really lower your dB for all levels in Equalizer.
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>>60559683
Eiaosi X6.
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I got a cooler for this shit with a fan and a connector to the 2 pin small thing but looks like I need to plug the card to the mobo or some shit (big 2 pin things) since the fan its not woorking and the gpu is at 80c

Where can I buy a fucking cable for this or a chep decent passive cooler?

under 5 bucks since I can buy a used 550ti for 20 and it would be retarded
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>>60566991
Nice, don't recognize that brand though. Link?

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Why is Apple packaging so {aesthetic}?
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>>60567736
>making products for the 1st world

LMAO
M
A
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>>60567854
>That's exactly what happens. People who have money buy Apple because they just want to pay upfront to not deal with tech issues.
If that were true then why did my iPhone 6 plus develop a grey bar at the top and just die?

>Poor people see that and think it's a status symbol and take out loans and shit.
Is it not? The only people I see using them suck cocks on a daily basis.
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>>60567854
>not deal with tech issues.
Yeah, that's why ALL, not some, but ALL, EVERY SINGLE FUCKING applel store is packed from sunrise to sundown with people waiting in a queue at the Gay Bar to get their malfunctioning crapple trash fixed.
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inb4 that australian faggot who dropped a brand new iphone 6 because the packaging is retarded
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>>60565529
Packaging
>the only thing from apple that is good

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Is Manjaro Linux good?
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>>60567499
It's not the install, but the lack of functionality after you install it. I understand about making your own system, but the majority of users have no idea all of the packages they need. That's the issue, not the install, at all.
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>>60557831
Why are people openly adopting different alternatives to working things solely too sooth "autism". Is this the after effect of that "weaponized autism" I've been hearing about?
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>>60563605
just werks on my machine, maybe it was user error
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>>60567499
what about revenge installer?
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>>60556449
>>>60555774 (OP)
>its for people who are too stupid to install arch

Arch? That's short for "I'm to stupid to install LFS"?

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Is steam a good community?

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What are some intresting books I can read regarding tech
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Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software
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Pic and The Software Paradox - Stephen O'Grady
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>>60567352
get a load of the preprocessor directives at the start of new testament ; )
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the science of enlightement by shinzen young
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>>60567753
Ohh edgy

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What VPN do you use for torrenting?
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>>60553442
NEVER POST AN IMAGE MORE INTERESTING THAN YOUR THREAD YOU FUCKING TWAT
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>>60553442
roll
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So I keep reading how I should have a vpn when browsing sites like 4chan why is that specifically?
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>>60553442
roll
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trustzone
also rollerino

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We are anonymous we are 4chan, do not forget that we are the majority of people people, we are to help our brothers and asser laugh people, if a page gets with us it is the beginning of the war that we will win do not forget it

We are anonymous
We are legion
we do not forget
We do not forgive
expect us
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>>60568049
Expectorant patronus

Sage and destroy
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The "anonymous" name we get is just a placebo to trick us into thinking we're safe here. Gook mook is really selling all our data to the highest bidder.
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>>60568049
>We are anonymous we are 4chan, do not forget that we are the majority of people people people, we are to help our brothers and asser laugh people, if a page gets with us it is the beginning of the war that we will win do not forget it

>We are anonymous

Newfags can't see the edit.
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>>60568073
I read "only quads can destroy giganigga".

/rolled
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>>60568049
>join my hosted IRC server where I'm server OP, totally not a honeypot

This thread is about the appreciation of horology, as well as the micro-engineering and materials engineering that are required to make a fine watch, clock, or other timepiece.

>Required Viewing For Revelation Fans:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dvv2HPYdhMA

>Strap Guide:
http://pastebin.com/SwRysprE

Previous thread:
>>60546116
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>r/watches
I threw up to this pic.
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>>60567863
I personally like it, will probably pick one up at some point.
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>>60568290
What do these people think when they buy watches?

Are they like this:
>hmm, what a nasty ugly chinese shitter for only $250! And I have only 5 of them already! Le shut up and took my le monies XD
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>>60568290
>>60568330
>wastes his time going to a site he doesn't like only to gather pics to post in his circlejerk thread and make fun of them

I really do pity pathetic freaks like you.
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>>60568370

spotted the mall shitter dude

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Old thread: >>60561491

What are you working on /g/?
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>>60568302
I am telling you, all you are doing is making this inconvenient and awkward for everyone.
Everyone knows they are different.
Here, a simple proof:

T = (Int, Float)
U = (Float, Int)

fst T = Int
fst U = Float

fst T =/= fst U
T =/= U
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>>60568272
How the fuck does assignment work then?
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>>60568331
>T = (Int, Float)
>U = (Float, Int)
Wrong. This assertion is inconsistent with the definitions I provided of T and U.

Read CAREFULLY:
Let x and y be integer constants.
T and U are tuples.
T's element of index x is an int.
T's element of index y is a float.
U's element of index y is a float.
U's element of index x is an int.
How are T and U not the same types?
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>>60568369
I don't give a damn what your definitions were, I just proved that they weren't the same.

Your logic would say that sin(x) = -sin(x) because if you let y = -x then sin(x) = sin(y)
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>>60568358
Same as records, but with the subscript operator.
T[x] = 1
T[y] = 3.0f
U[y] = 3.0f
U[x] = 1
T == U

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What do you use to watch twitch/youtube without raping the CPU?

I remember some shit that do externally to a video player but I can't find it

Is livestreamer still the thing used or what
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Its a pentium e, actually
It struggles at 1080p + 60fps

too bad, I will try with some e6700
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>>60562278
>watch twitch
I'm not beta and/or autistic

As per YouTube, I don't know what the fuck you're talking about, it runs smooth and fine on my MacBook pro :^) no crazy hot temps or 0.89ghz
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>>60568336
>I'm not beta and/or autistic
>MacBook
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>>60562278
>What do you use to watch twitch/youtube without raping the CPU?
The GPU, like everybody else.
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>>60566745
We're in 2017 and that nigga is living in 3017.

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If I want to listen to music of a particular genre I just stream a free radio show or podcast. There are even legal apps for streaming mixtapes.

Why are people still paying for streaming services like Spotify or apple music?
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>>60567448
I live out in the boonies, and I'm not interested in paying for data
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>>60566480
I only listen to anime music
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>>60566651
She's pretty much average actually. The make-up is tricking you.
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>>60567448
In-flight wireless is awful.
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>>60566480
I still buy and rip CDs to FLAC in 2017. If I can't buy it I'll just torrent. I like to buy kisic but only when I know artists are supported.
Streaming services are a non option in maple land and paid services like spotify do not actually have a good selection.

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Machine learning is quickly advancing as many countries are heavily investing into artificial ‘deep learning,’ the latest example is a Google AI program beat a Chinese Grand master at the ancient board game Go.

http://www.trunews.com/article/google-ai-defeated-chinese-master-in-ancient-board-game

>(BEIJING) A Google artificial intelligence program defeated a Chinese grand master at the ancient board game Go on Tuesday, a major feather in the cap for the firm's AI ambitions as it looks to woo Beijing to gain re-entry into the country.

>In the first of three planned games in the eastern water town of Wuzhen, the AlphaGo program held off China's world number one Ke Jie in front of Chinese officials and Google parent Alphabet's (GOOGL.O) chief executive Eric Schmidt.

>The victory over the world's top player - which many thought would take decades to achieve - underlines the potential of artificial intelligence to take on humans at complex tasks.

>Wooing Beijing may be less simple. The game streamed live on Google-owned YouTube, while executives from the DeepMind unit that developed the program sent out updates live on Twitter (TWTR.N). Both are blocked by China, as is Google search.

>Google pulled its search engine from China seven years ago after it refused to self-censor internet searches, a requirement of Beijing. Since then it has been inaccessible behind the country's nationwide firewall.
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>>60567014
>Tackling an extremely complex problem as a first step has no practical value...
the entire point of my argument is that Go is not a complex algorithmic problem. i am capable of reading the AlphaGo papers, they did not have to develop a radical architecture. they applied very straightforward, modern machine learning techniques. the reason no one had done this before is because there was no funding. i have friends at top-tier copmanies who specifically wanted to work on this problem several years before AphaGo and could not find funding
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>>60562080
>his dick is that small
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>>60559305
Please never post here again
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>>60563354
This. Actual research is mostly done on general cognition, natural language processing and image recognition; all stuff that is easy for humans, but hard to automate with computers, so far.
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>>60567535
funding/available affordable computing power
gpus are getting places

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RYZEN EDITION

Ryzen 7 1700 @ 4Ghz 1.36v
ASUS PRIME B350M-A
16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX @ 3200Mhz
R9 Fury X
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>>60563116
What case is that?
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>>60568150
Bitfenix Prodigy
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>>60563116
Where are your SSDs?
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>>60568209
Oh, nice. Didn't know they made one that was the same style as an mATX case
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Ryzen 1700x
r9 290

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[$ [$RANDOM%6] == 0] && rm -rf / || echo *Click*

Do it and post results!
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doesn't work, system warning occurs and nothing happens ;)
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>>60567465
DON'T DO THIS IT MAKES MUSTARD GAS
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>>60567465
>[$ [$RANDOM%6] == 0] && rm -rf / || echo *Click*
bash: [$: command not found...
*Click*
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loonixfags sure are bored aren't they

try windows and play some games faggots lol
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>[$RANDOM%6] == 0]

You realize this isn't evenly distributed, right?



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