• Did you know Firefox is owned and operated by liberals?

    I just saw their net neutrality message, I immediately uninstalled Firefox, will never use it again.
    I just saw their net neutrality message, I immediately uninstalled Firefox, will never use it again.
    73 answers · Mythology & Folklore · 2 weeks ago
  • Your site is full of viruses?

    43 answers · Security · 2 weeks ago
  • Why can't everybody use the same software?

    Why do we need so much programmers when everybody can use the same source code ?(few coders to modify it a bit here and there). Why we need million different website when we can all shop at amazon?(ok we need few more, but no with lots of zeros in numbers). I know we need variety, but common? Isn't simpler and... show more
    Why do we need so much programmers when everybody can use the same source code ?(few coders to modify it a bit here and there). Why we need million different website when we can all shop at amazon?(ok we need few more, but no with lots of zeros in numbers). I know we need variety, but common? Isn't simpler and streamlined better?
    31 answers · Programming & Design · 2 weeks ago
  • How come when I print a GIF it doesn't move?

    I want to front a GIF to show my Friends but every time I print one it don't move. Can someone please help me.
    I want to front a GIF to show my Friends but every time I print one it don't move. Can someone please help me.
    21 answers · Hyderabad · 2 weeks ago
  • Will a LGA775 CPU fit in a 478 CPU socket?

    Best answer: And.... No. Both are completely different. 478 is a PGA chip and 775 is an LGA chip. Pentium 4 processors were around for a while but the Socket 775 P4 were the last versions. In this case, you need to find documentation for your Specific PGA478 board and find the CPU support list. This will list compatible P4... show more
    Best answer: And.... No.

    Both are completely different. 478 is a PGA chip and 775 is an LGA chip.

    Pentium 4 processors were around for a while but the Socket 775 P4 were the last versions.

    In this case, you need to find documentation for your Specific PGA478 board and find the CPU support list. This will list compatible P4 and Celeron processors.

    You have to be mindful of the old Pentium 4 chips because the FSB speed varied on a lot of them. People have been known to buy one because of the stated clock speed, but the motherboard could not support the rated FSB speed of that CPU.

    Ebay should have a motherload of 478 chips for sale.

    http://m.ebay.com/itm/NEW-Sealed-Intel-P...
    17 answers · Desktops · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I start YouTube?

    Best answer: Just be you and do what you want and love. People will follow, love and adore you.

    Haters or gonna hate. People will judge.

    Fact: More will like you than those that hate you...haters are just the loudest unfortunately.
    Best answer: Just be you and do what you want and love. People will follow, love and adore you.

    Haters or gonna hate. People will judge.

    Fact: More will like you than those that hate you...haters are just the loudest unfortunately.
    40 answers · YouTube · 2 weeks ago
  • PC...Is this upgrade worth it? pls suggest...?

    Best answer: You didn't mention what your budget is, round about. We could've given you suggestions based on that. Not knowing what your budget is, here's a somewhat reasonable list of upgrades for you: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/JwFLgL Your current motherboard is a micro-ATX, so the replacement is also one,... show more
    Best answer: You didn't mention what your budget is, round about. We could've given you suggestions based on that. Not knowing what your budget is, here's a somewhat reasonable list of upgrades for you:

    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/JwFLgL

    Your current motherboard is a micro-ATX, so the replacement is also one, assuming that's what your current case needs. I'm assuming that you're going to want to keep reusing existing pieces on your current system, such as its existing hard drives, the case, and power supply. So the list only includes a new motherboard, new CPU, new RAM, and low-mid-tier GPU. For the CPU, I chose the G4560 Pentium, which is currently the sweet spot for value gaming, at least until Ryzen 3 processors come out. 8 GB of DDR4 RAM, 2 x 4GB. I also chose an RX 460 as the value GPU, it should easily play most games at medium or high settings at 1080p. Unfortunately at the moment most AMD video cards are almost all sold out, due to the rising popularity of cryptocurrency mining, such as Ethereum. So a good substituted might a GT 1030 (slightly cheaper) or GTX 1050 (slightly more expensive). Altogether this list would cost about $250.
    12 answers · Desktops · 2 weeks ago
  • Problem with Intel Windows 7?

    For a few years now, I've had Windows 7 32-bit installed on laptop. The problem was that it is 6 GB RAM, and at the time, I didn't know that a 32-bit Windows can't read more than 4 GB RAM with some dedicated to graphics, etc... Anyway, I've learnt a lot of about it and through research, I've... show more
    For a few years now, I've had Windows 7 32-bit installed on laptop. The problem was that it is 6 GB RAM, and at the time, I didn't know that a 32-bit Windows can't read more than 4 GB RAM with some dedicated to graphics, etc... Anyway, I've learnt a lot of about it and through research, I've made a custom Kernel that unlocks the additional RAM found on PC. (No I didn't use PatchPAE or any other ready to use RAM patch. I only used the bcdedit commands using cmd). So, on one hand, it worked. I got 5.86 GB usable instead of only 2.87 GB. On the other hand, Intel HD Graphics 4000 is a huge pain in the rear. If I disable it, I can't use NVIDIA GT 620M graphics to further boost performance. If I enable it, I just get a black screen when reaching Welcome screen. So, I customized the Intel HD graphics. I "updated" the driver using Windows XP Intel software, and modified a .ini to make it work for Windows 7 32-bit. Good news, it did. Bad news, instabilities were created in the system, and NVIDIA (with either old or new) drivers STILL can't be used, unless I update Intel back to the official and current patch, the one that results in a black screen. Other integrated graphic card brands don't cause me this much trouble. Why does Intel suck so much?! Also, where can I find an unofficial patch that can alter the software characteristics of Intel that allows 6 GB usage as well as NVIDIA graphics access?!
    13 answers · Desktops · 2 weeks ago
  • Did someone try to hack my facebook?

    21 answers · Facebook · 2 weeks ago
  • Is upgrading from 8gb to 16gb RAM worth it for law school students?

    Best answer: 8GB is plenty..... I've just upgraded from a PC maxed out at 4GB of RAM with a 2.6GHz Dual Core Intel thing, to an 8GB PC with an AMD A8-7600 quad core processor, and 8GB is more than enough.... even when I've got: - Google Chrome opened with 3 tabs - Mozilla Thunderbird opened + the "Second... show more
    Best answer: 8GB is plenty..... I've just upgraded from a PC maxed out at 4GB of RAM with a 2.6GHz Dual Core Intel thing, to an 8GB PC with an AMD A8-7600 quad core processor, and 8GB is more than enough.... even when I've got:

    - Google Chrome opened with 3 tabs
    - Mozilla Thunderbird opened
    + the "Second Life" virtual online world running with settings cranked all the way up to "Ultra"

    It still has about 3 or 4GB left in reserve.

    I saw a test thing on Youtube the other day that may be relevant... you only really need more if you're into hardcore gaming, or editing large 4k resolution video.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajyzZ-za...
    13 answers · Laptops & Notebooks · 2 weeks ago
  • Does this PC come with WIndows 10?

    Best answer: Yes, it has Windows 10, as shown on the page.
    The price of this system is vey good. In addition to this set is the RGB lighting, keyboard and mouse and wireless dongle:
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/3dF6bj
    Best answer: Yes, it has Windows 10, as shown on the page.
    The price of this system is vey good. In addition to this set is the RGB lighting, keyboard and mouse and wireless dongle:
    https://pcpartpicker.com/list/3dF6bj
    12 answers · Desktops · 2 weeks ago
  • What is the best seach engine?

    39 answers · Polls & Surveys · 2 weeks ago
  • I TURNED ON CAPS HHELP?

    I ACCIDENTALLY TURNED ON CAPS AND I DONT KNO HOW TO TURN IT OFF
    I ACCIDENTALLY TURNED ON CAPS AND I DONT KNO HOW TO TURN IT OFF
    19 answers · Comics & Animation · 2 weeks ago
  • I found a web page with a big red button that says it will delete Donald Trump's Twitter...?

    Best answer: Absolutely not! As much as I hate dump oops, I mean trump, I can give you a 99.999% garentee that the only thing you will do by clicking on that button is get a virus or malware of some sort. The people who create these types of webpages/pop-ups/ads count on people being nieve twords viruses and similar things so... show more
    Best answer: Absolutely not! As much as I hate dump oops, I mean trump, I can give you a 99.999% garentee that the only thing you will do by clicking on that button is get a virus or malware of some sort.
    The people who create these types of webpages/pop-ups/ads count on people being nieve twords viruses and similar things so that they can use things such as politics, the newest phones or laptops, and many other things in order to get peopl to click on there scam ads without thinking about it.
    8 answers · Other - Internet · 2 weeks ago
  • Iwant my facebook account back?

    13 answers · Facebook · 2 weeks ago