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1275 No. 1275 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Is your computer moe?
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>> No. 1361 [Edit]
>>1276
Where can I get this voice pack?
>> No. 1416 [Edit]
>>1361
From buying the Premium version of Window 7 Jap edition.
https://youtu.be/qJ02u35sZ4c
>> No. 1439 [Edit]
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>>1275
Yes it is.

Still haven't figured out the language.
>> No. 1440 [Edit]
>>1439
Nice

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1365 No. 1365 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
What's your current uptime? Longest?

Post edited on 22nd Nov 2015, 7:55pm
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>> No. 1371 [Edit]
>>1370
How do you keep from restarting due to updates?
>> No. 1372 [Edit]
>>1371
I just changed the settings for the updates is all. I have it download the updates but don't install them until I say so. It's right in the control panel.
Mostly why I haven't upgraded to 10 yet, because that option isn't there anymore, and I don't want to "break" the system by disabling the update service entirely. It's kind of a petty reason but that combined with my laziness and apathy is enough to prevent me from upgrading.
>> No. 1394 [Edit]
Is it really good for the computer to be on for that long?

That being said I'm at 1 day 6 hours.
>> No. 1395 [Edit]
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>>1394
No idea, but I've been keeping mine on for years, with plenty of power failures to make sure I don't keep my uptime. If it impacts it's lifetime at all, I'm sure it's very minimal. Just make sure you have good cooling.
I'd think the thing it would impact most is the hard drive, if anything. But of course that depends on what your machine is doing while idle.

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47 No. 47 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Technology-related, so I guess it goes here.

As some of you probably know by know, Steve Jobs died yesterday, October 5th. What road do you think Apple will take from now on?

I'm hoping for some modern successors to discontinued products from back in the day, such as the Apple III, or heck, even one of these compact Macintosh types (as seen in the picture). Though I have no idea what a modern version of those might even look like. Certainly not a box with a CRT screen on it.
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>> No. 62 [Edit]
>>1105
Is it because your country is unusually smart and/or informed, or were they all just tricked into another product?
>> No. 63 [Edit]
>>1106
Simply poor, so everyone uses PCs with pirated software.
>> No. 64 [Edit]
 
this video tells alot about apples main shitty defense league of userbase.
>> No. 1400 [Edit]
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What a weird problem...
Setting the date to 1 January 1970 will brick your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch

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1298 No. 1298 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
So I've heard with watercolor systems that the non-conductive liquids out there can eventually become conductive over time as the liquid will pick up minerals in the pipes and components they pass over. making them essentially pointless.
My question is, would this not also apply to mineral oil systems? Is it not possible to wake up one day after a few years and find your fish tank pc to be completely fried?
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>> No. 1305 [Edit]
>>1304
>I think the whole concept is retarded.
What's retarded about dunking your computer in a fish tank full of oil?
>> No. 1312 [Edit]
>>1305

it may be surprising to you, but the oil will protect the computer's innards from corrosion in addition to the massive heat dissipation.
you also don't need to clean dust bunnies out of the fans and heat sinks regularly.
>> No. 1313 [Edit]
>>1312
It will also lubricate inside your CPU, reducing drag when electrons flow through the pipes. Faster electrons = faster computer.
>> No. 1399 [Edit]
>>1298
Use distilled water?

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1306 No. 1306 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
Here we talk about torrents particulaly how uTorrent is shit.

Lately it seems like my torrent downloads have corrupted packets (if thats the right term for it). What happens is my download gets to 100%, but then when I restart the torrent program it checks for corrupt packets and restarts the download from 90% or so. I have to close and restart the program 2-3 times to fix all the corrupted packets or else I get problems like programs not installing properly or not being able to extract rars/zips/7z file properly. Anyone else get this problem?
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I just learned about Tixati and fell in love.
>> No. 1348 [Edit]
You know, one thing I miss about ĀµTorrent is that torrents would have an error state for when the target directory couldn't be found (usually because the hardware was unplugged). In the clients I've used since though, the torrents simply reset to 0% after failing to find resume data, meaning when I do re-connect the hardware, they try to re-download what's already there. Does anyone know a way around this?
>> No. 1349 [Edit]
>>1348
I thought most clients would just sync the progress with the .part file and carry on from there.
>> No. 1378 [Edit]
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>>1348

look for a verify/recheck option in a right-click menu (or equivalent for non-windows systems). That will work for one-off type events.

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1357 No. 1357 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
So I recently got a smartphone. What would you guys say are some must have apps?
>> No. 1358 [Edit]
If you go into the settings menu there should be this cool hidden game called "factory reset", it's really addictive.
>> No. 1359 [Edit]
If you care about privacy, I recommend installing Cyanogenmod.

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1239 No. 1239 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
why do people pay 8 million dollars for some aluminium garbage to browse shitbook with?
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>> No. 1295 [Edit]
i use macs exclusively because they are superior to all other tech but mainly because i am a massive ABe fanboy and maybe one day he will come over and we can talk about macs together or something.
>> No. 1296 [Edit]
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btw the navi this board is named after is a thinly disguised mac
>> No. 1351 [Edit]
tachibana labs is loosely based on apple, but obviously allows a lot more room for modification
>> No. 1356 [Edit]
The majority of people use it as a status symbol. After that; it's fast, it's ubiquitous, it's identical, it matches the drapes.
To them a computer goes no further than a Facebook/email machine and a household fixture.

>>1296
>>1351
God uses CoplandOS

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1330 No. 1330 hide watch quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
What are those things with a touchscreen and a pen you can use to write, draw etc?
I'd like to get one
>> No. 1332 [Edit]
>>1331
This
>> No. 1333 [Edit]
>>1331
>>1332
Okay
Is there anything you'd recommend if I just want to write stuff and draw on it?
>> No. 1334 [Edit]
>>1333
I think you can get some decent android tablets under $200.
Not long ago I was looking into tablets but didn't like the lack of power/storage space so I got myself a hybrid notebook/tablet. Not sure if I can really recommend that since they tend to be pretty pricey.

http://www.cnet.com/news/best-tablets-under-200-right-now/
maybe this will help
>> No. 1335 [Edit]
>>1334
I should add that some of those may not come with a pen or be compatible with pens, so that may be something to keep an eye on when looking.

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1198 No. 1198 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
This might sound strange but I've noticed that I can almost feel when I have something copied to my clipboard. It's like it goes past simply remembering having something in there. Do you ever get that?
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>> No. 1243 [Edit]
Nah, I usually forget what I have saved to it and usually forget that I even have something there unless it's one of those moments where I get curious and just Ctr+V on some space to see what's on/in it.

Either way, I'd prefer to have something else as a super power rather than knowing if I had something saved in my clipboard.
>> No. 1322 [Edit]
>>1198
I feel I could accidentally paste something somewhere I don't want to, so I copy random letters into the clipboard so that doesn't happen. Most often I copy "re" into it.
>> No. 1323 [Edit]
[Usubeniya (Usubeni Sakurako)] Homuhomu ni Buta o Miru youna Me de Mikudasarete Fumarete Ashikoki sareru Hon (Puella Magi Madoka Magica)
>> No. 1328 [Edit]
That nagging feeling you get in the back of your mind and in your right arm? Yeah, I get it too, I'm guessing that my memory has become used to compartmentalizing that useless bit of information. At the very least it's helpful to have around at times. I would call it Phantom Clipboard Syndrome if it weren't for the fact that there is usually something in my clipboard when I get that feeling.

>>1323
I'll find use for that later, thanks.

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1280 No. 1280 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Edit]
A bit late with this one, but whatever. To start off:

https://torrentfreak.com/utorrent-quietly-installs-riskware-bitcoin-miner-users-report-150306/
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>> No. 1283 [Edit]
It's been many years since it started to bloat. I've probably used Transmission the longest, but overall I recommend Deluge.
>> No. 1284 [Edit]
Glad I dropped that shit a while back. I've been using Deluge for a while now ever since somebody recommended it to me. It's not too bad.
>> No. 1285 [Edit]
I'm glad I stopped updating my copies years ago before they introduced ads.
I wont use a version past 1.8.1
>> No. 1287 [Edit]
>>1285
That doesn't sound like a particularly good idea, using such an old version. Why not use a different client, I wouldn't trust these guys regardless of what version I'm using.

Post edited on 3rd Apr 2015, 12:34pm

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This is the point of embarkation, to all our cosmic journeys.

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