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Honestly it was perfect
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It was undoubtedly the best version of windows ever made, I still use it in a VM to run some legacy software
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>>62612700
it was pretty good. but I don't like the changes they made to the office assistant. I think was the version they replaced powerpup with the regular cape-less dog.

Of course we know the status of helper agents like office assistant in the modern world (Cortana, Siri). They fucking completely blow.
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Fuck off, Steven
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>>62612700
Honestly it's a bitch to find hotfixes for, soon they will vanish forever except from car boot sales in Wales.
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>>62612700
Honestly it was slow as fuck, comfy UI tho

Jesus H. Christ...
Will the poorperformancedroids ever recover?
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>>62606436
Not only does it beat it in a synthetic benchmark biased towards Apple on the multicore score, it's on a synthetic benchmark biased towards Apple. Why aren't there any other benchmarks for iPhones?
>Pic related, your home
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>>62606685
t. "Edits" homemade gay porn on his iPhone
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>>62613121
>synthetic benchmark biased towards Apple
the current state of lagdroid denial
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>>62613171
>Can only post one synthetic benchmark biased towards Apple
Wake me up inside when a reputable benchmark is posted
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>>62606146

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This distro achieves what ubuntu wanted to achieve.
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>>62609185
Well that can happen to any distro's page.

But lets say, when mint team got that information they instantly shutted down webpage to stop further downloading backdoored mints.
And they had courage to tell people someone breached the webpage and putted backdoored ISO to links. So people could remove infected mints and change passwords before hacker had decent usage from botnet he wanted to create

Shit happened but for me mint team reaction was very good
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>>62608995
Arch:
>mount iso
>partition disks
>install
>customize
Any other net-install distro:
>mount iso
>install
>customize
Wow Arch really requires 250 IQ
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>>62608989
but bruh, they're both buggy as shit
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>>62611246
Year of the JUST Werkz desktop when?
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>>62608995
Reading doesn't require much skill.

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Why haven't you donated to the /g/reatest git client out there?

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1681258897/its-magit-the-magical-git-client
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>tui
fuck you.
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>>62611294
its emacs you dum dum
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But git is the client. Why would I need another one?
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>trying to quit emacs
>superior packages keep popping out

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I may be wrong, but at the moment there are no decent, FREE solutions for browsing 4chan via an iOS device.

Sure you can browse with safari, then open WEBM's in VLC every time - but that is a pain in today's 'instant gratification' world.

So I am just seeing if anyone is willing to help put together a free iOS app for 4chan?

Some of the features it needs (feel free to suggest some more)
-WEBM support
-Ability to cache/save WEBM's/images
-Notifications for threads you are active in
-Themes

link to 4chan's API
https://github.com/4chan/4chan-API


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>its another steve jobs imitator

hey guys, i want to make shit cool shit but idk how to code it so im looking for some moron to do it for free but i will take credit for it cause i came up with the idea and am overseeing the project hehe

fuck off moron, if you cant code it yourself then stfu, any moron who came forward to help you with this project is a class A dumbass, hope none of you are dumb enough to actually contribute to this credit stealing moron
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>>62605989
Jailbreaking is pointless.
Sideloading is temporary.
Just pay for the app that's already there poorfag.
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+1 here for The Chan too.

I don't think it was more than a dollar or two, why does it have to be free?

inb4 "shill"

nah - the app just seems to work fine
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>>62611574
>>62611999
>Why not just pay the dollar or two?
It's the principle. The dev has basically stitched together 4Chan(free) with webm(Probably used MobileVLCKit which is free and open source) and sold it. Is it just me or is there something wrong about this?
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>>62612855
Having an apple dev account with submitting options costs 99$ per year. It's reasonable to demand 1-2$ for a niche app like this. Hell, who wants to browse 4chan mobile.

>tfw im nearing my mouse's click limit

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Think I'm finally ready to switch from Gnome, I'm comfy but I don't like the design ideology the fact that I need to install a bunch of extensions to make things work or that they may break randomly at any time. I've tried KDE and didn't like it that much (although I didn't rice it, just left it stock) what should I try next?
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Personally I like i3, but kde plasma is growing on me. It seems they finally figured out how to not have a unstable mess
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>>62606971
pantheon is just gnome but worse. I have no idea what it is that drives people to defend it
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>>62611745
Known issue with KDE network manger, try it for yourself and then compare with some GTK based DE.
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One thing that stuns me about so many DEs from about 2010 onwards is how they're so into animations and memery that even the basic things sometimes just don't work where they used to.
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>not using all suckless software
dwm + dmenu + st = maximum comfy

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTNYcnGv6JY

IT'S HAPPENING
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>>62610582
>by the time this becomes widespread and polished you'll be too old to enjoy it
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>>62610582
beautiful

Haven't seen one on here in a little bit. Post yours.
>inb4 muskets and hot sauce bottles
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>>62611766
don’t listen to him. NATO strap and slice n burn the end every year until it needs replacing.
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>>62594581
>$175 eraser
>$400 wooden pencil

/g/ never ceases to amaze me.
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>>62611658
it has a protection screen, anon. Dont sperg
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>>62614081
If I could just interject for a moment, what you're referring to as a pencil, is in fact a pencil system.
GvFC markets it as "perfect pencil technology".

Faber-Castell came up with the first mass-marketed wooden pencil 300 years ago. But it had a lot of problems. The wood wasn't good. The lead wasn't centered (so it would sharpen unevenly). When the pencil got short you couldn't use it anymore. You get the idea.

So how can we improve the pencil ? Well, besides tighter tolerances and better materials, Faber-Castell decided to make pencil caps around 100 years ago to protect the tip of the pencil during transport. The cap doubled as a holder when the pencil got short. They then added a sharpener to the cap itself, and then made the erasers replaceable. They called the entire modular system "The Perfect Pencil"--the idea being pencil technology cannot improve anymore.

Faber-Castell argues that "this is the best a wooden pencil can get. We can't improve it anymore." And who knows, maybe they're right. Maybe after 300 years we've finally perfected the wooden pencil.
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>>62608397
Plenue d

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>not writing so unintelligble undocumented code you are guaranteed to keep your code because nobody except you can make sense out of it

Just get out of IT industry you wageslave wombat
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>>62609699
Hey, fuck you. I have to deal with your bullshit after you get fired for writing shitty, inextensible code.
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>>62610713
That's C, not C++ you mong
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>>62611089
In unlikely even I get fired, I'm very likely to come over from time to time as a consultant with 200€/h compensation to fix my old code as you are losing your mind and deadline is coming
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>>62611270

if it quacks like a duck it's a faggot
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>>62611089

class YourPoop extends HisPoop

what's the problem? just super HisPoop

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keyboard thread
what's the best
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>>62612540
great keyboard! 256 polyphony, weighted keys, and if you know how to use hex layers you can do 12 layers of sound with each sound able to be customized or 24 sounds if you split the keyboard.and it's a decent price at 1,200. the only issue I have with it is the on board speakers are ok use head phones or external speakers.
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>>62609867
Wow.

Sure the middle F key and the right side have seen better centuries, but that's a true beauty you have there.

>>62610070
Seconded. Is it tuned? Voiced?
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>>62586160
Kawai MP11 best action in a keyboard
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>>62612540
The color scheme and those icons on the display make it look like a childrens toy.

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>tech demo
>"We live in an interconnected world"
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>>62612564
Interactive intercourse

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macOS High Sierra (version 10.13) releases tomorrow, September 25th.

https://www.apple.com/macos/high-sierra/

Are you hype?
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>>62611306
https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2017/09/macos-10-13-high-sierra-the-ars-technica-review/

Indeed it is!
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>>62611439
>not auto-cloning to a webdrive
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It does feel faster to me but maybe that's due to the install being refreshed or something. Alternatively it may be related to the UI being gfx accelerated since I use an external 4k monitor for my macbook which might actually benefit from gfx acceleration.
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i did the update but it doesnt feel like there are anything different about it mhmhm
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just finished updating both my mba and mac mini. no issues here. everything more or less was the way i left it. had to update xcode command line stuff a couple of times (it wanted to install 8,9 and 10) plus update brew and whatnot but everything smooth sailing.

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Global menu items extension got abandoned:
http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2017/09/gnome-global-menu-extension-discontinued

>GNOME removes system trays
>Tells users to rely on Topiconplus
Topiconplus dev abandons his extensions
http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2017/09/top-icons-plus-development-paused

>His words:
“The Gnome project does not give a sh*t about it and made it public. They even don’t point to this extension but to an outdated, unmaintained one. Besides, Ubuntu, after making a survey, also moves on with its own extension,”

Time to move to Cinnamon. Or wait for Budgie-Qt
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>>62602393

Good.

This only paves road for KDE.
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>>62610550
nvm im retarded
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>>62602393
Can we make a petition to GNOME devs to stop fucking up GNOME?
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KDE has too many bugs, they've had the DNS leak issue for months now.
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>>62603623
>GNOME 3 is a bigger joke than KDE 4.
Gnome 3 with added sjw.

Those bastards ruin all decent projects with their agendas.

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>using APFS instead of RedSea
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>using APFSDS instead of SAPHE

i shiggy duggy
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>>62611907
what is RedSea?
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>>62612403
TOS filesystem nigger.
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GLOW IN THE DARK
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>>62611907

Is he still homeless?



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