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#251 - Yeah, if its not a browser thing I don't know. Its been nice t…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/10/2013 on MAC vs PC 0
User avatar #253 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Nice talking to you too. Good luck with your endeavors.
#245 - Hmm, I dunno, I don't know too much about flash, maybe use a d…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/10/2013 on MAC vs PC 0
User avatar #249 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've given up on Safari. I generally have 4+ tabs open at a time, and there's an old joke that Safari uses 1 GB of RAM per tab, so my computer might explode if I tried to do that in Safari.

I used Chrome for quite some time before I went to RockMelt (not sure why I did that. They're essentially the same browser and I don't use the Facebook integration for RockMelt). I believe it has crashed in Chrome, but not as frequently. I'll have to do a test at some point. Use Chrome for a month, then RockMelt and record the number of crashes for each browser to see if it's browser specific.
User avatar #251 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, if its not a browser thing I don't know. Its been nice talking to you, and good luck with all that.
User avatar #253 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Nice talking to you too. Good luck with your endeavors.
#240 - I'm not too sure about flash, have you updated it recently? An…  [+] (5 new replies) 01/10/2013 on MAC vs PC 0
User avatar #242 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Adobe's been saying I'm up to date. I use RockMelt, primarily.
User avatar #245 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Hmm, I dunno, I don't know too much about flash, maybe use a different web browser like safari for a little to see if it crashes on that
User avatar #249 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've given up on Safari. I generally have 4+ tabs open at a time, and there's an old joke that Safari uses 1 GB of RAM per tab, so my computer might explode if I tried to do that in Safari.

I used Chrome for quite some time before I went to RockMelt (not sure why I did that. They're essentially the same browser and I don't use the Facebook integration for RockMelt). I believe it has crashed in Chrome, but not as frequently. I'll have to do a test at some point. Use Chrome for a month, then RockMelt and record the number of crashes for each browser to see if it's browser specific.
User avatar #251 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, if its not a browser thing I don't know. Its been nice talking to you, and good luck with all that.
User avatar #253 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Nice talking to you too. Good luck with your endeavors.
#64589 - One of my friends asked me to hang out with him and one of my …  [+] (6 new replies) 01/10/2013 on Social Board 0
#64644 - epicextreme (01/10/2013) [-]
personally, this is my favourite picture of bacon.
#64646 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
the only time its acceptable to eat children.
User avatar #64598 - FJisGAY (01/10/2013) [-]
how did the relationship end?
User avatar #64612 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
She dumped me for a guy 4 years older than her who she ended up breaking up with a week later.
User avatar #64655 - FJisGAY (01/10/2013) [-]
well she sounds like a royal cunt, but it will only get awkward if you fight or make it awkward
User avatar #64660 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Alrighty, thanks man
#5 - A lot of my friends talk about dark souls, what's it about?  [+] (1 new reply) 01/10/2013 on ICanRelateJunk 0
#6 - fractalius (01/10/2013) [-]
You could play the entire game, and not know. That's what I did my first playthrough and wasn't impressed.

Then I started digging. Every item has a description, its like a giant puzzle. You can spend days fitting the pieces together, and deriving the history of the game. There are no "quests" not even a pause menu. You have to figure everything out by messages left by other players, or talking to NPCs.

The story of the game (In the most barebones, lore-less way) is that you are an Undead, which means you are reborn at a bonfire upon your death, but eventually you will turn "Hollow" and just be a mindless husk. You are chosen to ring the Bells of Awakening, which will eventually lead you to a Primordial Beast who tells you you need to slay the keepers of the "Lord Souls" Effectively giving you power to destroy the old King, link the bonfires, keep the flame alive and cure all humanity of the undead.

But keep in mind, if you dig enough there are multiple endings, which may stray you to believe that you were tricked into linking the bonfires.

If you get the game (Which is REALLY REALLY REALLY hard, you die like every 2 minutes) search EpicNameBro's lore on youtube. He gives a whole fuckton of insight to everything, and it's simply awe inspiring to see a game with so much detail, that you can just miss if you play it like any other game.

Not to mention it's so challenging, that you will run around your room jumping and laughing whenever you finally beat a boss, and the gameplay is amazing.
#3 - A few right now, katawa shoujo, I can't stop drawing hanako fo…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/10/2013 on ICanRelateJunk 0
#4 - fractalius (01/10/2013) [-]
I've gone through all of those, not so much on League, although I did meet a friend of my dad's who voices Soraka and Kayle. Right now I'm just whoring myself out to dark souls
User avatar #5 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
A lot of my friends talk about dark souls, what's it about?
#6 - fractalius (01/10/2013) [-]
You could play the entire game, and not know. That's what I did my first playthrough and wasn't impressed.

Then I started digging. Every item has a description, its like a giant puzzle. You can spend days fitting the pieces together, and deriving the history of the game. There are no "quests" not even a pause menu. You have to figure everything out by messages left by other players, or talking to NPCs.

The story of the game (In the most barebones, lore-less way) is that you are an Undead, which means you are reborn at a bonfire upon your death, but eventually you will turn "Hollow" and just be a mindless husk. You are chosen to ring the Bells of Awakening, which will eventually lead you to a Primordial Beast who tells you you need to slay the keepers of the "Lord Souls" Effectively giving you power to destroy the old King, link the bonfires, keep the flame alive and cure all humanity of the undead.

But keep in mind, if you dig enough there are multiple endings, which may stray you to believe that you were tricked into linking the bonfires.

If you get the game (Which is REALLY REALLY REALLY hard, you die like every 2 minutes) search EpicNameBro's lore on youtube. He gives a whole fuckton of insight to everything, and it's simply awe inspiring to see a game with so much detail, that you can just miss if you play it like any other game.

Not to mention it's so challenging, that you will run around your room jumping and laughing whenever you finally beat a boss, and the gameplay is amazing.
#235 - Yeah, I meant command line. I've modded minecraft a couple of …  [+] (7 new replies) 01/10/2013 on MAC vs PC 0
User avatar #239 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've started C++, but I always stop. I think it's because I always dive into it too quickly, so then it feels like I've overloaded and I stop for a long period of time, forget a lot of it, restart too quickly, repeat. I'm going to try doing a lesson or two (I have a book and found a good website) every weekend, so I have a week at a time to take in information and mess around.

There is a way to boot Windows and OSX on the same computer (not sure about Linux) via a program from Apple or a program called Parallels. It's recommended that you do it when you first get your computer so you can do a 50/50 partition. I've used up almost all of my hard drive already, so it's out of the question now. You'd need a copy of the Windows OS though, which I don't have. There's also a way to port games onto OSX without partitioning the hard drive. It's a program called CrossOver. I've tried it, and I downloaded a game (can't remember which. I think it was SCP), but every time I tried to run it, I had to do a force restart because the game would freeze and I couldn't force quit.

I've never tried Linux, and I think I will some day. I want to learn more about it, though, because I would be downloading a whole new OS and I want to make sure nothing will happen to my files/assorted things I would have on my computer.

Also, just for the sake of complaining, the trackpad/mouse on this laptop has broken twice. After I got it repaired, it broke in less than two months. Using an external mouse has made me realize I like the mouse over the trackpad/mouse, but it's annoying that it would break again.

Also, a question for you. Flash crashes at least once a week on my browser. Not sure if it's a browser issue or a computer issue. Would you happen to know why this happens?
User avatar #240 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
I'm not too sure about flash, have you updated it recently? And also what web browser do you use?
User avatar #242 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Adobe's been saying I'm up to date. I use RockMelt, primarily.
User avatar #245 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Hmm, I dunno, I don't know too much about flash, maybe use a different web browser like safari for a little to see if it crashes on that
User avatar #249 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've given up on Safari. I generally have 4+ tabs open at a time, and there's an old joke that Safari uses 1 GB of RAM per tab, so my computer might explode if I tried to do that in Safari.

I used Chrome for quite some time before I went to RockMelt (not sure why I did that. They're essentially the same browser and I don't use the Facebook integration for RockMelt). I believe it has crashed in Chrome, but not as frequently. I'll have to do a test at some point. Use Chrome for a month, then RockMelt and record the number of crashes for each browser to see if it's browser specific.
User avatar #251 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, if its not a browser thing I don't know. Its been nice talking to you, and good luck with all that.
User avatar #253 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Nice talking to you too. Good luck with your endeavors.
#1 - I'm glad I'm not the only one.  [+] (5 new replies) 01/10/2013 on ICanRelateJunk +1
#2 - fractalius (01/10/2013) [-]
And what game are you currently obsessed with? haha
User avatar #3 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
A few right now, katawa shoujo, I can't stop drawing hanako for some reason. League of legends, which started to boom on here a month or 2 after I started playing. And minecraft, which I've had for 2 years now.
#4 - fractalius (01/10/2013) [-]
I've gone through all of those, not so much on League, although I did meet a friend of my dad's who voices Soraka and Kayle. Right now I'm just whoring myself out to dark souls
User avatar #5 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
A lot of my friends talk about dark souls, what's it about?
#6 - fractalius (01/10/2013) [-]
You could play the entire game, and not know. That's what I did my first playthrough and wasn't impressed.

Then I started digging. Every item has a description, its like a giant puzzle. You can spend days fitting the pieces together, and deriving the history of the game. There are no "quests" not even a pause menu. You have to figure everything out by messages left by other players, or talking to NPCs.

The story of the game (In the most barebones, lore-less way) is that you are an Undead, which means you are reborn at a bonfire upon your death, but eventually you will turn "Hollow" and just be a mindless husk. You are chosen to ring the Bells of Awakening, which will eventually lead you to a Primordial Beast who tells you you need to slay the keepers of the "Lord Souls" Effectively giving you power to destroy the old King, link the bonfires, keep the flame alive and cure all humanity of the undead.

But keep in mind, if you dig enough there are multiple endings, which may stray you to believe that you were tricked into linking the bonfires.

If you get the game (Which is REALLY REALLY REALLY hard, you die like every 2 minutes) search EpicNameBro's lore on youtube. He gives a whole fuckton of insight to everything, and it's simply awe inspiring to see a game with so much detail, that you can just miss if you play it like any other game.

Not to mention it's so challenging, that you will run around your room jumping and laughing whenever you finally beat a boss, and the gameplay is amazing.
#220 - No problem, I like seeing what other people that aren't asses …  [+] (9 new replies) 01/10/2013 on MAC vs PC 0
User avatar #230 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I think the only computers that run Windows in my school are around 25-35 computers in the computer lab, and these computers (I think they're made by Lenovo) that all the math/science teachers use. The screens turns 180 degrees and become a tablet, which makes it easy for math teachers to do graphs/other math things and for science teachers to do various equations/diagrams/presentations on. By programming, do you mean command line, or the programming behind the OS? I don't know any command line programming (although I have copy and pasted some code to run a few programs), or OS programming for that matter.

You're right about the customization thing. The only thing I could change was the RAM, but Apple doesn't even sell RAM for my model at extraordinarily high prices. Apparently, they stop selling it after a year and a half after the model comes out, maybe less. My model only comes with 2 GB, and I would like to have 4 (I have a Minecraft server, but I rarely put it up because I can't run any other programs when it's open, or my computer overheats and the server lags. I can barely run it now), but it's not a big complaint.

I also upgraded my OS, and Apple hid the Library directory, which has access to almost all of the files you need for games. I think they did it because there may or may not be files in there that let you mess around with the computer, and we all know how Apple feels about that. They do little things too. Holding down a key no longer just repeats the stroke, and you have to go into the command line, type in something I can't remember that changes this, and restart the computer. Again, a minor complain, but there are only so many minor complaints you can make before they form a major complaint.
User avatar #235 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, I meant command line. I've modded minecraft a couple of times, and started writing some other things in java and c++ that I never really got around to. I'm thinking about setting up to run my computer so I can just activate everything I want to using my voice, which would take a while but it would make everything so much easier.

I think theres a way to load linux windows and osx onto the same computer, but I think it would take up some decent space for it. It would pretty much give you the best of everything, having to just reboot everytime you want to go to another os.
Have you ever tried linux? I tried loading it onto an old laptop of mine but the little fucker won't read any discs I put into it
User avatar #239 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've started C++, but I always stop. I think it's because I always dive into it too quickly, so then it feels like I've overloaded and I stop for a long period of time, forget a lot of it, restart too quickly, repeat. I'm going to try doing a lesson or two (I have a book and found a good website) every weekend, so I have a week at a time to take in information and mess around.

There is a way to boot Windows and OSX on the same computer (not sure about Linux) via a program from Apple or a program called Parallels. It's recommended that you do it when you first get your computer so you can do a 50/50 partition. I've used up almost all of my hard drive already, so it's out of the question now. You'd need a copy of the Windows OS though, which I don't have. There's also a way to port games onto OSX without partitioning the hard drive. It's a program called CrossOver. I've tried it, and I downloaded a game (can't remember which. I think it was SCP), but every time I tried to run it, I had to do a force restart because the game would freeze and I couldn't force quit.

I've never tried Linux, and I think I will some day. I want to learn more about it, though, because I would be downloading a whole new OS and I want to make sure nothing will happen to my files/assorted things I would have on my computer.

Also, just for the sake of complaining, the trackpad/mouse on this laptop has broken twice. After I got it repaired, it broke in less than two months. Using an external mouse has made me realize I like the mouse over the trackpad/mouse, but it's annoying that it would break again.

Also, a question for you. Flash crashes at least once a week on my browser. Not sure if it's a browser issue or a computer issue. Would you happen to know why this happens?
User avatar #240 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
I'm not too sure about flash, have you updated it recently? And also what web browser do you use?
User avatar #242 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Adobe's been saying I'm up to date. I use RockMelt, primarily.
User avatar #245 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Hmm, I dunno, I don't know too much about flash, maybe use a different web browser like safari for a little to see if it crashes on that
User avatar #249 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've given up on Safari. I generally have 4+ tabs open at a time, and there's an old joke that Safari uses 1 GB of RAM per tab, so my computer might explode if I tried to do that in Safari.

I used Chrome for quite some time before I went to RockMelt (not sure why I did that. They're essentially the same browser and I don't use the Facebook integration for RockMelt). I believe it has crashed in Chrome, but not as frequently. I'll have to do a test at some point. Use Chrome for a month, then RockMelt and record the number of crashes for each browser to see if it's browser specific.
User avatar #251 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, if its not a browser thing I don't know. Its been nice talking to you, and good luck with all that.
User avatar #253 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Nice talking to you too. Good luck with your endeavors.
#194 - My one friend, who plays nothing but Cod all day, talks to me …  [+] (11 new replies) 01/10/2013 on MAC vs PC +1
User avatar #199 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I don't play games on PC as much as I do on console simply because in my younger years I had a PS2, and did 99% of my gaming on that, so naturally, being more grown up, I prefer the console. That's not to say I don't enjoy the gaming I now do on PC. My friends and I frequently play GMod, Minecraft, Frozen Synapse (on occasion), and plenty of other games.

I'm sure the Xbox does do somethings better than the PC, and I'm sure the PC does some things better than the Xbox. As far as the content above goes, I have a Mac. When I got it, gaming was not a priority of mine (well, PC gaming wasn't). Macs are the dominant computer in school, so I was leaning more towards having a Mac than a Windows-based computer (although I am fully capable of using both. I might need to do some practice to look for some files on Windows, though. I haven't done game modding on Windows, but I'm sure it's not that difficult). Now that I would like access to more games on my computer, when this laptop kicks the bucket, I think I'm going to get a Windows-based computer. I may still use this Mac for more creative outlets (a possible career I'd like to pursue is filmmaking, and I'm comfortable with Final Cut Pro, but I could probably learn to use Adobe Premiere or Sony Vegas), but as far as overall use, everything I do on here can (for the most part) be done on a Windows-based computer.

I just don't see what all the fuss is about.

Sorry for the length.
User avatar #220 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
No problem, I like seeing what other people that aren't asses about it think of macs. I've had to use macs in school up until high school, where most of them are now windows 7, and think that they are better for media type things, like looking at pictures, making/watching videos, music, stuff like that. I could use a mac, the thing I mainly don't like about it is that it doesn't have many games made for it, and doesn't look as customizable. Also the programming looks a bit more difficult on it, but that doesn't look like its anything important to most people.
Also, Sony vegas is pretty nice, I've played around with it on the trial and it makes videos look pretty good.
User avatar #230 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I think the only computers that run Windows in my school are around 25-35 computers in the computer lab, and these computers (I think they're made by Lenovo) that all the math/science teachers use. The screens turns 180 degrees and become a tablet, which makes it easy for math teachers to do graphs/other math things and for science teachers to do various equations/diagrams/presentations on. By programming, do you mean command line, or the programming behind the OS? I don't know any command line programming (although I have copy and pasted some code to run a few programs), or OS programming for that matter.

You're right about the customization thing. The only thing I could change was the RAM, but Apple doesn't even sell RAM for my model at extraordinarily high prices. Apparently, they stop selling it after a year and a half after the model comes out, maybe less. My model only comes with 2 GB, and I would like to have 4 (I have a Minecraft server, but I rarely put it up because I can't run any other programs when it's open, or my computer overheats and the server lags. I can barely run it now), but it's not a big complaint.

I also upgraded my OS, and Apple hid the Library directory, which has access to almost all of the files you need for games. I think they did it because there may or may not be files in there that let you mess around with the computer, and we all know how Apple feels about that. They do little things too. Holding down a key no longer just repeats the stroke, and you have to go into the command line, type in something I can't remember that changes this, and restart the computer. Again, a minor complain, but there are only so many minor complaints you can make before they form a major complaint.
User avatar #235 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, I meant command line. I've modded minecraft a couple of times, and started writing some other things in java and c++ that I never really got around to. I'm thinking about setting up to run my computer so I can just activate everything I want to using my voice, which would take a while but it would make everything so much easier.

I think theres a way to load linux windows and osx onto the same computer, but I think it would take up some decent space for it. It would pretty much give you the best of everything, having to just reboot everytime you want to go to another os.
Have you ever tried linux? I tried loading it onto an old laptop of mine but the little fucker won't read any discs I put into it
User avatar #239 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've started C++, but I always stop. I think it's because I always dive into it too quickly, so then it feels like I've overloaded and I stop for a long period of time, forget a lot of it, restart too quickly, repeat. I'm going to try doing a lesson or two (I have a book and found a good website) every weekend, so I have a week at a time to take in information and mess around.

There is a way to boot Windows and OSX on the same computer (not sure about Linux) via a program from Apple or a program called Parallels. It's recommended that you do it when you first get your computer so you can do a 50/50 partition. I've used up almost all of my hard drive already, so it's out of the question now. You'd need a copy of the Windows OS though, which I don't have. There's also a way to port games onto OSX without partitioning the hard drive. It's a program called CrossOver. I've tried it, and I downloaded a game (can't remember which. I think it was SCP), but every time I tried to run it, I had to do a force restart because the game would freeze and I couldn't force quit.

I've never tried Linux, and I think I will some day. I want to learn more about it, though, because I would be downloading a whole new OS and I want to make sure nothing will happen to my files/assorted things I would have on my computer.

Also, just for the sake of complaining, the trackpad/mouse on this laptop has broken twice. After I got it repaired, it broke in less than two months. Using an external mouse has made me realize I like the mouse over the trackpad/mouse, but it's annoying that it would break again.

Also, a question for you. Flash crashes at least once a week on my browser. Not sure if it's a browser issue or a computer issue. Would you happen to know why this happens?
User avatar #240 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
I'm not too sure about flash, have you updated it recently? And also what web browser do you use?
User avatar #242 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Adobe's been saying I'm up to date. I use RockMelt, primarily.
User avatar #245 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Hmm, I dunno, I don't know too much about flash, maybe use a different web browser like safari for a little to see if it crashes on that
User avatar #249 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've given up on Safari. I generally have 4+ tabs open at a time, and there's an old joke that Safari uses 1 GB of RAM per tab, so my computer might explode if I tried to do that in Safari.

I used Chrome for quite some time before I went to RockMelt (not sure why I did that. They're essentially the same browser and I don't use the Facebook integration for RockMelt). I believe it has crashed in Chrome, but not as frequently. I'll have to do a test at some point. Use Chrome for a month, then RockMelt and record the number of crashes for each browser to see if it's browser specific.
User avatar #251 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, if its not a browser thing I don't know. Its been nice talking to you, and good luck with all that.
User avatar #253 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Nice talking to you too. Good luck with your endeavors.
#186 - yeah, i'm not the best either, but I can atleast figure out wh…  [+] (13 new replies) 01/10/2013 on MAC vs PC +1
User avatar #189 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I generally can.
User avatar #194 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
My one friend, who plays nothing but Cod all day, talks to me all the time about how the xbox is superior to the pc in gaming, since it has more games. It pisses me off the most because I'm pretty sure steam alone has more games for the pc than the xbox has in general.
User avatar #199 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I don't play games on PC as much as I do on console simply because in my younger years I had a PS2, and did 99% of my gaming on that, so naturally, being more grown up, I prefer the console. That's not to say I don't enjoy the gaming I now do on PC. My friends and I frequently play GMod, Minecraft, Frozen Synapse (on occasion), and plenty of other games.

I'm sure the Xbox does do somethings better than the PC, and I'm sure the PC does some things better than the Xbox. As far as the content above goes, I have a Mac. When I got it, gaming was not a priority of mine (well, PC gaming wasn't). Macs are the dominant computer in school, so I was leaning more towards having a Mac than a Windows-based computer (although I am fully capable of using both. I might need to do some practice to look for some files on Windows, though. I haven't done game modding on Windows, but I'm sure it's not that difficult). Now that I would like access to more games on my computer, when this laptop kicks the bucket, I think I'm going to get a Windows-based computer. I may still use this Mac for more creative outlets (a possible career I'd like to pursue is filmmaking, and I'm comfortable with Final Cut Pro, but I could probably learn to use Adobe Premiere or Sony Vegas), but as far as overall use, everything I do on here can (for the most part) be done on a Windows-based computer.

I just don't see what all the fuss is about.

Sorry for the length.
User avatar #220 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
No problem, I like seeing what other people that aren't asses about it think of macs. I've had to use macs in school up until high school, where most of them are now windows 7, and think that they are better for media type things, like looking at pictures, making/watching videos, music, stuff like that. I could use a mac, the thing I mainly don't like about it is that it doesn't have many games made for it, and doesn't look as customizable. Also the programming looks a bit more difficult on it, but that doesn't look like its anything important to most people.
Also, Sony vegas is pretty nice, I've played around with it on the trial and it makes videos look pretty good.
User avatar #230 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I think the only computers that run Windows in my school are around 25-35 computers in the computer lab, and these computers (I think they're made by Lenovo) that all the math/science teachers use. The screens turns 180 degrees and become a tablet, which makes it easy for math teachers to do graphs/other math things and for science teachers to do various equations/diagrams/presentations on. By programming, do you mean command line, or the programming behind the OS? I don't know any command line programming (although I have copy and pasted some code to run a few programs), or OS programming for that matter.

You're right about the customization thing. The only thing I could change was the RAM, but Apple doesn't even sell RAM for my model at extraordinarily high prices. Apparently, they stop selling it after a year and a half after the model comes out, maybe less. My model only comes with 2 GB, and I would like to have 4 (I have a Minecraft server, but I rarely put it up because I can't run any other programs when it's open, or my computer overheats and the server lags. I can barely run it now), but it's not a big complaint.

I also upgraded my OS, and Apple hid the Library directory, which has access to almost all of the files you need for games. I think they did it because there may or may not be files in there that let you mess around with the computer, and we all know how Apple feels about that. They do little things too. Holding down a key no longer just repeats the stroke, and you have to go into the command line, type in something I can't remember that changes this, and restart the computer. Again, a minor complain, but there are only so many minor complaints you can make before they form a major complaint.
User avatar #235 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, I meant command line. I've modded minecraft a couple of times, and started writing some other things in java and c++ that I never really got around to. I'm thinking about setting up to run my computer so I can just activate everything I want to using my voice, which would take a while but it would make everything so much easier.

I think theres a way to load linux windows and osx onto the same computer, but I think it would take up some decent space for it. It would pretty much give you the best of everything, having to just reboot everytime you want to go to another os.
Have you ever tried linux? I tried loading it onto an old laptop of mine but the little fucker won't read any discs I put into it
User avatar #239 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've started C++, but I always stop. I think it's because I always dive into it too quickly, so then it feels like I've overloaded and I stop for a long period of time, forget a lot of it, restart too quickly, repeat. I'm going to try doing a lesson or two (I have a book and found a good website) every weekend, so I have a week at a time to take in information and mess around.

There is a way to boot Windows and OSX on the same computer (not sure about Linux) via a program from Apple or a program called Parallels. It's recommended that you do it when you first get your computer so you can do a 50/50 partition. I've used up almost all of my hard drive already, so it's out of the question now. You'd need a copy of the Windows OS though, which I don't have. There's also a way to port games onto OSX without partitioning the hard drive. It's a program called CrossOver. I've tried it, and I downloaded a game (can't remember which. I think it was SCP), but every time I tried to run it, I had to do a force restart because the game would freeze and I couldn't force quit.

I've never tried Linux, and I think I will some day. I want to learn more about it, though, because I would be downloading a whole new OS and I want to make sure nothing will happen to my files/assorted things I would have on my computer.

Also, just for the sake of complaining, the trackpad/mouse on this laptop has broken twice. After I got it repaired, it broke in less than two months. Using an external mouse has made me realize I like the mouse over the trackpad/mouse, but it's annoying that it would break again.

Also, a question for you. Flash crashes at least once a week on my browser. Not sure if it's a browser issue or a computer issue. Would you happen to know why this happens?
User avatar #240 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
I'm not too sure about flash, have you updated it recently? And also what web browser do you use?
User avatar #242 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Adobe's been saying I'm up to date. I use RockMelt, primarily.
User avatar #245 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Hmm, I dunno, I don't know too much about flash, maybe use a different web browser like safari for a little to see if it crashes on that
User avatar #249 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've given up on Safari. I generally have 4+ tabs open at a time, and there's an old joke that Safari uses 1 GB of RAM per tab, so my computer might explode if I tried to do that in Safari.

I used Chrome for quite some time before I went to RockMelt (not sure why I did that. They're essentially the same browser and I don't use the Facebook integration for RockMelt). I believe it has crashed in Chrome, but not as frequently. I'll have to do a test at some point. Use Chrome for a month, then RockMelt and record the number of crashes for each browser to see if it's browser specific.
User avatar #251 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, if its not a browser thing I don't know. Its been nice talking to you, and good luck with all that.
User avatar #253 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Nice talking to you too. Good luck with your endeavors.
#172 - Yeah, I'm just glad that most of my friends know what the …  [+] (15 new replies) 01/10/2013 on MAC vs PC +3
User avatar #175 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I'm not too tech savvy. I have a friend that is, and he constantly tells me things that I just have to nod my head and say "cool." He talks about various Linux-based OSs, or graphics cards. I'll get more educated on it one day.
User avatar #186 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
yeah, i'm not the best either, but I can atleast figure out whats good and whats not.
User avatar #189 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I generally can.
User avatar #194 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
My one friend, who plays nothing but Cod all day, talks to me all the time about how the xbox is superior to the pc in gaming, since it has more games. It pisses me off the most because I'm pretty sure steam alone has more games for the pc than the xbox has in general.
User avatar #199 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I don't play games on PC as much as I do on console simply because in my younger years I had a PS2, and did 99% of my gaming on that, so naturally, being more grown up, I prefer the console. That's not to say I don't enjoy the gaming I now do on PC. My friends and I frequently play GMod, Minecraft, Frozen Synapse (on occasion), and plenty of other games.

I'm sure the Xbox does do somethings better than the PC, and I'm sure the PC does some things better than the Xbox. As far as the content above goes, I have a Mac. When I got it, gaming was not a priority of mine (well, PC gaming wasn't). Macs are the dominant computer in school, so I was leaning more towards having a Mac than a Windows-based computer (although I am fully capable of using both. I might need to do some practice to look for some files on Windows, though. I haven't done game modding on Windows, but I'm sure it's not that difficult). Now that I would like access to more games on my computer, when this laptop kicks the bucket, I think I'm going to get a Windows-based computer. I may still use this Mac for more creative outlets (a possible career I'd like to pursue is filmmaking, and I'm comfortable with Final Cut Pro, but I could probably learn to use Adobe Premiere or Sony Vegas), but as far as overall use, everything I do on here can (for the most part) be done on a Windows-based computer.

I just don't see what all the fuss is about.

Sorry for the length.
User avatar #220 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
No problem, I like seeing what other people that aren't asses about it think of macs. I've had to use macs in school up until high school, where most of them are now windows 7, and think that they are better for media type things, like looking at pictures, making/watching videos, music, stuff like that. I could use a mac, the thing I mainly don't like about it is that it doesn't have many games made for it, and doesn't look as customizable. Also the programming looks a bit more difficult on it, but that doesn't look like its anything important to most people.
Also, Sony vegas is pretty nice, I've played around with it on the trial and it makes videos look pretty good.
User avatar #230 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I think the only computers that run Windows in my school are around 25-35 computers in the computer lab, and these computers (I think they're made by Lenovo) that all the math/science teachers use. The screens turns 180 degrees and become a tablet, which makes it easy for math teachers to do graphs/other math things and for science teachers to do various equations/diagrams/presentations on. By programming, do you mean command line, or the programming behind the OS? I don't know any command line programming (although I have copy and pasted some code to run a few programs), or OS programming for that matter.

You're right about the customization thing. The only thing I could change was the RAM, but Apple doesn't even sell RAM for my model at extraordinarily high prices. Apparently, they stop selling it after a year and a half after the model comes out, maybe less. My model only comes with 2 GB, and I would like to have 4 (I have a Minecraft server, but I rarely put it up because I can't run any other programs when it's open, or my computer overheats and the server lags. I can barely run it now), but it's not a big complaint.

I also upgraded my OS, and Apple hid the Library directory, which has access to almost all of the files you need for games. I think they did it because there may or may not be files in there that let you mess around with the computer, and we all know how Apple feels about that. They do little things too. Holding down a key no longer just repeats the stroke, and you have to go into the command line, type in something I can't remember that changes this, and restart the computer. Again, a minor complain, but there are only so many minor complaints you can make before they form a major complaint.
User avatar #235 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, I meant command line. I've modded minecraft a couple of times, and started writing some other things in java and c++ that I never really got around to. I'm thinking about setting up to run my computer so I can just activate everything I want to using my voice, which would take a while but it would make everything so much easier.

I think theres a way to load linux windows and osx onto the same computer, but I think it would take up some decent space for it. It would pretty much give you the best of everything, having to just reboot everytime you want to go to another os.
Have you ever tried linux? I tried loading it onto an old laptop of mine but the little fucker won't read any discs I put into it
User avatar #239 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've started C++, but I always stop. I think it's because I always dive into it too quickly, so then it feels like I've overloaded and I stop for a long period of time, forget a lot of it, restart too quickly, repeat. I'm going to try doing a lesson or two (I have a book and found a good website) every weekend, so I have a week at a time to take in information and mess around.

There is a way to boot Windows and OSX on the same computer (not sure about Linux) via a program from Apple or a program called Parallels. It's recommended that you do it when you first get your computer so you can do a 50/50 partition. I've used up almost all of my hard drive already, so it's out of the question now. You'd need a copy of the Windows OS though, which I don't have. There's also a way to port games onto OSX without partitioning the hard drive. It's a program called CrossOver. I've tried it, and I downloaded a game (can't remember which. I think it was SCP), but every time I tried to run it, I had to do a force restart because the game would freeze and I couldn't force quit.

I've never tried Linux, and I think I will some day. I want to learn more about it, though, because I would be downloading a whole new OS and I want to make sure nothing will happen to my files/assorted things I would have on my computer.

Also, just for the sake of complaining, the trackpad/mouse on this laptop has broken twice. After I got it repaired, it broke in less than two months. Using an external mouse has made me realize I like the mouse over the trackpad/mouse, but it's annoying that it would break again.

Also, a question for you. Flash crashes at least once a week on my browser. Not sure if it's a browser issue or a computer issue. Would you happen to know why this happens?
User avatar #240 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
I'm not too sure about flash, have you updated it recently? And also what web browser do you use?
User avatar #242 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Adobe's been saying I'm up to date. I use RockMelt, primarily.
User avatar #245 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Hmm, I dunno, I don't know too much about flash, maybe use a different web browser like safari for a little to see if it crashes on that
User avatar #249 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've given up on Safari. I generally have 4+ tabs open at a time, and there's an old joke that Safari uses 1 GB of RAM per tab, so my computer might explode if I tried to do that in Safari.

I used Chrome for quite some time before I went to RockMelt (not sure why I did that. They're essentially the same browser and I don't use the Facebook integration for RockMelt). I believe it has crashed in Chrome, but not as frequently. I'll have to do a test at some point. Use Chrome for a month, then RockMelt and record the number of crashes for each browser to see if it's browser specific.
User avatar #251 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, if its not a browser thing I don't know. Its been nice talking to you, and good luck with all that.
User avatar #253 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Nice talking to you too. Good luck with your endeavors.
#169 - Yeah, he says "Oh yeah, it comes with a better program fo…  [+] (17 new replies) 01/10/2013 on MAC vs PC +3
User avatar #171 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
That's like when I have friends over, and they bring their computers over, the Internet will occasionally go down, and it's my fault. Not the fact that they're using up a metric shit-ton of bandwidth, but just because it's my Internet.
User avatar #172 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, I'm just glad that most of my friends know what the fuck they're doing
User avatar #175 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I'm not too tech savvy. I have a friend that is, and he constantly tells me things that I just have to nod my head and say "cool." He talks about various Linux-based OSs, or graphics cards. I'll get more educated on it one day.
User avatar #186 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
yeah, i'm not the best either, but I can atleast figure out whats good and whats not.
User avatar #189 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I generally can.
User avatar #194 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
My one friend, who plays nothing but Cod all day, talks to me all the time about how the xbox is superior to the pc in gaming, since it has more games. It pisses me off the most because I'm pretty sure steam alone has more games for the pc than the xbox has in general.
User avatar #199 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I don't play games on PC as much as I do on console simply because in my younger years I had a PS2, and did 99% of my gaming on that, so naturally, being more grown up, I prefer the console. That's not to say I don't enjoy the gaming I now do on PC. My friends and I frequently play GMod, Minecraft, Frozen Synapse (on occasion), and plenty of other games.

I'm sure the Xbox does do somethings better than the PC, and I'm sure the PC does some things better than the Xbox. As far as the content above goes, I have a Mac. When I got it, gaming was not a priority of mine (well, PC gaming wasn't). Macs are the dominant computer in school, so I was leaning more towards having a Mac than a Windows-based computer (although I am fully capable of using both. I might need to do some practice to look for some files on Windows, though. I haven't done game modding on Windows, but I'm sure it's not that difficult). Now that I would like access to more games on my computer, when this laptop kicks the bucket, I think I'm going to get a Windows-based computer. I may still use this Mac for more creative outlets (a possible career I'd like to pursue is filmmaking, and I'm comfortable with Final Cut Pro, but I could probably learn to use Adobe Premiere or Sony Vegas), but as far as overall use, everything I do on here can (for the most part) be done on a Windows-based computer.

I just don't see what all the fuss is about.

Sorry for the length.
User avatar #220 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
No problem, I like seeing what other people that aren't asses about it think of macs. I've had to use macs in school up until high school, where most of them are now windows 7, and think that they are better for media type things, like looking at pictures, making/watching videos, music, stuff like that. I could use a mac, the thing I mainly don't like about it is that it doesn't have many games made for it, and doesn't look as customizable. Also the programming looks a bit more difficult on it, but that doesn't look like its anything important to most people.
Also, Sony vegas is pretty nice, I've played around with it on the trial and it makes videos look pretty good.
User avatar #230 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I think the only computers that run Windows in my school are around 25-35 computers in the computer lab, and these computers (I think they're made by Lenovo) that all the math/science teachers use. The screens turns 180 degrees and become a tablet, which makes it easy for math teachers to do graphs/other math things and for science teachers to do various equations/diagrams/presentations on. By programming, do you mean command line, or the programming behind the OS? I don't know any command line programming (although I have copy and pasted some code to run a few programs), or OS programming for that matter.

You're right about the customization thing. The only thing I could change was the RAM, but Apple doesn't even sell RAM for my model at extraordinarily high prices. Apparently, they stop selling it after a year and a half after the model comes out, maybe less. My model only comes with 2 GB, and I would like to have 4 (I have a Minecraft server, but I rarely put it up because I can't run any other programs when it's open, or my computer overheats and the server lags. I can barely run it now), but it's not a big complaint.

I also upgraded my OS, and Apple hid the Library directory, which has access to almost all of the files you need for games. I think they did it because there may or may not be files in there that let you mess around with the computer, and we all know how Apple feels about that. They do little things too. Holding down a key no longer just repeats the stroke, and you have to go into the command line, type in something I can't remember that changes this, and restart the computer. Again, a minor complain, but there are only so many minor complaints you can make before they form a major complaint.
User avatar #235 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, I meant command line. I've modded minecraft a couple of times, and started writing some other things in java and c++ that I never really got around to. I'm thinking about setting up to run my computer so I can just activate everything I want to using my voice, which would take a while but it would make everything so much easier.

I think theres a way to load linux windows and osx onto the same computer, but I think it would take up some decent space for it. It would pretty much give you the best of everything, having to just reboot everytime you want to go to another os.
Have you ever tried linux? I tried loading it onto an old laptop of mine but the little fucker won't read any discs I put into it
User avatar #239 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've started C++, but I always stop. I think it's because I always dive into it too quickly, so then it feels like I've overloaded and I stop for a long period of time, forget a lot of it, restart too quickly, repeat. I'm going to try doing a lesson or two (I have a book and found a good website) every weekend, so I have a week at a time to take in information and mess around.

There is a way to boot Windows and OSX on the same computer (not sure about Linux) via a program from Apple or a program called Parallels. It's recommended that you do it when you first get your computer so you can do a 50/50 partition. I've used up almost all of my hard drive already, so it's out of the question now. You'd need a copy of the Windows OS though, which I don't have. There's also a way to port games onto OSX without partitioning the hard drive. It's a program called CrossOver. I've tried it, and I downloaded a game (can't remember which. I think it was SCP), but every time I tried to run it, I had to do a force restart because the game would freeze and I couldn't force quit.

I've never tried Linux, and I think I will some day. I want to learn more about it, though, because I would be downloading a whole new OS and I want to make sure nothing will happen to my files/assorted things I would have on my computer.

Also, just for the sake of complaining, the trackpad/mouse on this laptop has broken twice. After I got it repaired, it broke in less than two months. Using an external mouse has made me realize I like the mouse over the trackpad/mouse, but it's annoying that it would break again.

Also, a question for you. Flash crashes at least once a week on my browser. Not sure if it's a browser issue or a computer issue. Would you happen to know why this happens?
User avatar #240 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
I'm not too sure about flash, have you updated it recently? And also what web browser do you use?
User avatar #242 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Adobe's been saying I'm up to date. I use RockMelt, primarily.
User avatar #245 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Hmm, I dunno, I don't know too much about flash, maybe use a different web browser like safari for a little to see if it crashes on that
User avatar #249 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've given up on Safari. I generally have 4+ tabs open at a time, and there's an old joke that Safari uses 1 GB of RAM per tab, so my computer might explode if I tried to do that in Safari.

I used Chrome for quite some time before I went to RockMelt (not sure why I did that. They're essentially the same browser and I don't use the Facebook integration for RockMelt). I believe it has crashed in Chrome, but not as frequently. I'll have to do a test at some point. Use Chrome for a month, then RockMelt and record the number of crashes for each browser to see if it's browser specific.
User avatar #251 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, if its not a browser thing I don't know. Its been nice talking to you, and good luck with all that.
User avatar #253 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Nice talking to you too. Good luck with your endeavors.
#140 - My friend has a mac, and his argument is that it has better in…  [+] (19 new replies) 01/10/2013 on MAC vs PC +4
User avatar #159 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I didn't know my PC determines how much Internet I get. I always thought it was based on your ISP, but y'know, that's just me.
User avatar #169 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, he says "Oh yeah, it comes with a better program for internet".
I just get chrome anyway, and so does he, so I don't really see a point in it.
He's not really good at computers, so he probably thinks his internet is based on how good his computer is.
User avatar #171 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
That's like when I have friends over, and they bring their computers over, the Internet will occasionally go down, and it's my fault. Not the fact that they're using up a metric shit-ton of bandwidth, but just because it's my Internet.
User avatar #172 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, I'm just glad that most of my friends know what the fuck they're doing
User avatar #175 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I'm not too tech savvy. I have a friend that is, and he constantly tells me things that I just have to nod my head and say "cool." He talks about various Linux-based OSs, or graphics cards. I'll get more educated on it one day.
User avatar #186 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
yeah, i'm not the best either, but I can atleast figure out whats good and whats not.
User avatar #189 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I generally can.
User avatar #194 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
My one friend, who plays nothing but Cod all day, talks to me all the time about how the xbox is superior to the pc in gaming, since it has more games. It pisses me off the most because I'm pretty sure steam alone has more games for the pc than the xbox has in general.
User avatar #199 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I don't play games on PC as much as I do on console simply because in my younger years I had a PS2, and did 99% of my gaming on that, so naturally, being more grown up, I prefer the console. That's not to say I don't enjoy the gaming I now do on PC. My friends and I frequently play GMod, Minecraft, Frozen Synapse (on occasion), and plenty of other games.

I'm sure the Xbox does do somethings better than the PC, and I'm sure the PC does some things better than the Xbox. As far as the content above goes, I have a Mac. When I got it, gaming was not a priority of mine (well, PC gaming wasn't). Macs are the dominant computer in school, so I was leaning more towards having a Mac than a Windows-based computer (although I am fully capable of using both. I might need to do some practice to look for some files on Windows, though. I haven't done game modding on Windows, but I'm sure it's not that difficult). Now that I would like access to more games on my computer, when this laptop kicks the bucket, I think I'm going to get a Windows-based computer. I may still use this Mac for more creative outlets (a possible career I'd like to pursue is filmmaking, and I'm comfortable with Final Cut Pro, but I could probably learn to use Adobe Premiere or Sony Vegas), but as far as overall use, everything I do on here can (for the most part) be done on a Windows-based computer.

I just don't see what all the fuss is about.

Sorry for the length.
User avatar #220 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
No problem, I like seeing what other people that aren't asses about it think of macs. I've had to use macs in school up until high school, where most of them are now windows 7, and think that they are better for media type things, like looking at pictures, making/watching videos, music, stuff like that. I could use a mac, the thing I mainly don't like about it is that it doesn't have many games made for it, and doesn't look as customizable. Also the programming looks a bit more difficult on it, but that doesn't look like its anything important to most people.
Also, Sony vegas is pretty nice, I've played around with it on the trial and it makes videos look pretty good.
User avatar #230 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I think the only computers that run Windows in my school are around 25-35 computers in the computer lab, and these computers (I think they're made by Lenovo) that all the math/science teachers use. The screens turns 180 degrees and become a tablet, which makes it easy for math teachers to do graphs/other math things and for science teachers to do various equations/diagrams/presentations on. By programming, do you mean command line, or the programming behind the OS? I don't know any command line programming (although I have copy and pasted some code to run a few programs), or OS programming for that matter.

You're right about the customization thing. The only thing I could change was the RAM, but Apple doesn't even sell RAM for my model at extraordinarily high prices. Apparently, they stop selling it after a year and a half after the model comes out, maybe less. My model only comes with 2 GB, and I would like to have 4 (I have a Minecraft server, but I rarely put it up because I can't run any other programs when it's open, or my computer overheats and the server lags. I can barely run it now), but it's not a big complaint.

I also upgraded my OS, and Apple hid the Library directory, which has access to almost all of the files you need for games. I think they did it because there may or may not be files in there that let you mess around with the computer, and we all know how Apple feels about that. They do little things too. Holding down a key no longer just repeats the stroke, and you have to go into the command line, type in something I can't remember that changes this, and restart the computer. Again, a minor complain, but there are only so many minor complaints you can make before they form a major complaint.
User avatar #235 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, I meant command line. I've modded minecraft a couple of times, and started writing some other things in java and c++ that I never really got around to. I'm thinking about setting up to run my computer so I can just activate everything I want to using my voice, which would take a while but it would make everything so much easier.

I think theres a way to load linux windows and osx onto the same computer, but I think it would take up some decent space for it. It would pretty much give you the best of everything, having to just reboot everytime you want to go to another os.
Have you ever tried linux? I tried loading it onto an old laptop of mine but the little fucker won't read any discs I put into it
User avatar #239 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've started C++, but I always stop. I think it's because I always dive into it too quickly, so then it feels like I've overloaded and I stop for a long period of time, forget a lot of it, restart too quickly, repeat. I'm going to try doing a lesson or two (I have a book and found a good website) every weekend, so I have a week at a time to take in information and mess around.

There is a way to boot Windows and OSX on the same computer (not sure about Linux) via a program from Apple or a program called Parallels. It's recommended that you do it when you first get your computer so you can do a 50/50 partition. I've used up almost all of my hard drive already, so it's out of the question now. You'd need a copy of the Windows OS though, which I don't have. There's also a way to port games onto OSX without partitioning the hard drive. It's a program called CrossOver. I've tried it, and I downloaded a game (can't remember which. I think it was SCP), but every time I tried to run it, I had to do a force restart because the game would freeze and I couldn't force quit.

I've never tried Linux, and I think I will some day. I want to learn more about it, though, because I would be downloading a whole new OS and I want to make sure nothing will happen to my files/assorted things I would have on my computer.

Also, just for the sake of complaining, the trackpad/mouse on this laptop has broken twice. After I got it repaired, it broke in less than two months. Using an external mouse has made me realize I like the mouse over the trackpad/mouse, but it's annoying that it would break again.

Also, a question for you. Flash crashes at least once a week on my browser. Not sure if it's a browser issue or a computer issue. Would you happen to know why this happens?
User avatar #240 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
I'm not too sure about flash, have you updated it recently? And also what web browser do you use?
User avatar #242 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Adobe's been saying I'm up to date. I use RockMelt, primarily.
User avatar #245 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Hmm, I dunno, I don't know too much about flash, maybe use a different web browser like safari for a little to see if it crashes on that
User avatar #249 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
I've given up on Safari. I generally have 4+ tabs open at a time, and there's an old joke that Safari uses 1 GB of RAM per tab, so my computer might explode if I tried to do that in Safari.

I used Chrome for quite some time before I went to RockMelt (not sure why I did that. They're essentially the same browser and I don't use the Facebook integration for RockMelt). I believe it has crashed in Chrome, but not as frequently. I'll have to do a test at some point. Use Chrome for a month, then RockMelt and record the number of crashes for each browser to see if it's browser specific.
User avatar #251 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, if its not a browser thing I don't know. Its been nice talking to you, and good luck with all that.
User avatar #253 - thedudeistheman (01/10/2013) [-]
Nice talking to you too. Good luck with your endeavors.
#120 - Thats great bro!  [+] (1 new reply) 01/10/2013 on kabageguy's profile 0
User avatar #121 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yeah its been awesome :)
#118 - I've been alright, schools been boring as **** fo…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/10/2013 on kabageguy's profile 0
User avatar #119 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
same for me about school. other than that, i resolved the girl problem and have been skyping with my best friend a lot recently so im much better.
User avatar #120 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Thats great bro!
User avatar #121 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yeah its been awesome :)
#116 - Well thats pretty cool.  [+] (5 new replies) 01/10/2013 on kabageguy's profile 0
User avatar #117 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yep. so, howve you been?
User avatar #118 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
I've been alright, schools been boring as fuck for me lately. How about you?
User avatar #119 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
same for me about school. other than that, i resolved the girl problem and have been skyping with my best friend a lot recently so im much better.
User avatar #120 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Thats great bro!
User avatar #121 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yeah its been awesome :)
#114 - Ah, haha, must take a while huh?  [+] (7 new replies) 01/10/2013 on kabageguy's profile 0
User avatar #115 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yep. 80 friends minus the 10 or 11 that are never on anymore it takes a while. but its worth it :)
User avatar #116 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Well thats pretty cool.
User avatar #117 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yep. so, howve you been?
User avatar #118 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
I've been alright, schools been boring as fuck for me lately. How about you?
User avatar #119 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
same for me about school. other than that, i resolved the girl problem and have been skyping with my best friend a lot recently so im much better.
User avatar #120 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Thats great bro!
User avatar #121 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yeah its been awesome :)
#112 - nothin much, just got done playing league of legends, probably…  [+] (9 new replies) 01/10/2013 on kabageguy's profile 0
User avatar #113 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
cool, cool. im just chilling on FJ, writing on everyones profile.
User avatar #114 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Ah, haha, must take a while huh?
User avatar #115 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yep. 80 friends minus the 10 or 11 that are never on anymore it takes a while. but its worth it :)
User avatar #116 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Well thats pretty cool.
User avatar #117 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yep. so, howve you been?
User avatar #118 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
I've been alright, schools been boring as fuck for me lately. How about you?
User avatar #119 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
same for me about school. other than that, i resolved the girl problem and have been skyping with my best friend a lot recently so im much better.
User avatar #120 - kabageguy (01/10/2013) [-]
Thats great bro!
User avatar #121 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yeah its been awesome :)
#11 - Sweet drawing! 01/09/2013 on WHO THE FUCK MADE HANAKO CRY!? 0
#50 - **kabageguy rolled a random image posted in comment #2479033… 01/09/2013 on Zombie Apocalipse 0
#64353 - Awesome  [+] (1 new reply) 01/09/2013 on Social Board 0
#64354 - samxdaxman (01/09/2013) [-]
fuck yeah.
#64341 - Awwww  [+] (3 new replies) 01/09/2013 on Social Board 0
User avatar #64348 - samxdaxman (01/09/2013) [-]
indeed. next halloween im getting assassinated for halloween so ill update my abe lincoln-y-ness then.
User avatar #64353 - kabageguy (01/09/2013) [-]
Awesome
#64354 - samxdaxman (01/09/2013) [-]
fuck yeah.
#64339 - Needs more Abe Lincoln.  [+] (16 new replies) 01/09/2013 on Social Board +2
User avatar #64340 - samxdaxman (01/09/2013) [-]
have the hat, no suit though.
User avatar #64344 - loveyameanish (01/09/2013) [-]
You will seriously FOREVER be known as Abe Lincoln on Social.
User avatar #64345 - samxdaxman (01/09/2013) [-]
and i am ok with this.
User avatar #64346 - loveyameanish (01/09/2013) [-]
Yeah, there are worse people to be compared to, you could be like Bin Ladin or some shit.
User avatar #64362 - gmarrox (01/09/2013) [-]
Like Carly Rae Jepson or Miley Cyrus.
#64369 - loveyameanish (01/09/2013) [-]
Exactly.
#64370 - loveyameanish (01/09/2013) [-]
#64347 - samxdaxman (01/09/2013) [-]
heh, yeah, im totally not him reincarnated as a cat.
#64349 - loveyameanish (01/09/2013) [-]
User avatar #64350 - samxdaxman (01/09/2013) [-]
shit, now ive gotta blow your house up. brb, flying to ireland.
User avatar #64351 - loveyameanish (01/09/2013) [-]
OH SHI- YOU REMEMBER WHERE I LIVE.
User avatar #64352 - samxdaxman (01/09/2013) [-]
HELL FUCKIN YEAH I DO NYUGGA.
User avatar #64341 - kabageguy (01/09/2013) [-]
Awwww
User avatar #64348 - samxdaxman (01/09/2013) [-]
indeed. next halloween im getting assassinated for halloween so ill update my abe lincoln-y-ness then.
User avatar #64353 - kabageguy (01/09/2013) [-]
Awesome
#64354 - samxdaxman (01/09/2013) [-]
fuck yeah.
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User avatar #151 - kabageguy ONLINE (12/20/2014) [-]
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#149 - datgrass ONLINE (06/25/2014) [-]
Comment Picture
#148 - presidentmoose (06/25/2014) [-]
will you gift me a chest and key? here's my favorite moose
User avatar #133 - khl (05/28/2013) [-]
Hey man, can I trade some items with you ?
User avatar #134 to #133 - kabageguy ONLINE (05/28/2013) [-]
Yeah sure, just send me some requests
User avatar #135 to #134 - khl (05/28/2013) [-]
cheers man, Im interested in the badges & rare item tickets aswell, but dont know what to offer.
User avatar #136 to #135 - kabageguy ONLINE (05/28/2013) [-]
I'd rather not sell my badges, but the rare item tickets are open for trade
User avatar #137 to #136 - khl (05/28/2013) [-]
cool, any specific items you would like for them ?
User avatar #138 to #137 - kabageguy ONLINE (05/28/2013) [-]
If you got any pony parts I'll take those
User avatar #139 to #138 - khl (05/28/2013) [-]
cool, any color in particular ?
User avatar #140 to #139 - kabageguy ONLINE (05/28/2013) [-]
Purple or white preferably, but any will do
User avatar #141 to #140 - khl (06/02/2013) [-]
not selling gold or need different items ?
User avatar #142 to #141 - kabageguy ONLINE (06/02/2013) [-]
Just not trading right now
User avatar #143 to #142 - khl (06/02/2013) [-]
ok then, I just needed the gold, but I'll ask again another time
User avatar #144 to #143 - kabageguy ONLINE (06/02/2013) [-]
Alrighty, I just want to figure out what I have and what I need, I actually haven't done anything with items in like a month or two
User avatar #145 to #144 - khl (06/02/2013) [-]
yeah take your time man, if you need anything just hit me up
User avatar #146 to #145 - kabageguy ONLINE (06/02/2013) [-]
Alright, thanks
User avatar #122 - samxdaxman (03/26/2013) [-]
Whatsup dude? It's been a while.
User avatar #123 to #122 - kabageguy ONLINE (03/26/2013) [-]
Not much right now, procrastinating mostly. You?
User avatar #124 to #123 - samxdaxman (03/26/2013) [-]
Same here. Just hanging out listening o Watsky.
User avatar #125 to #124 - kabageguy ONLINE (03/26/2013) [-]
Watsky the rapper guy?
User avatar #126 to #125 - samxdaxman (03/26/2013) [-]
Yep. He's pretty damn good.
User avatar #127 to #126 - kabageguy ONLINE (03/27/2013) [-]
I thought I had heard of him before, I remember seeing a video of him rapping really ******* fast
User avatar #128 to #127 - samxdaxman (03/27/2013) [-]
Yeah, he does a lot of those. It's ******* crazy.
User avatar #129 to #128 - kabageguy ONLINE (03/27/2013) [-]
Yeah, hows the social board been? I don't go on there very often
User avatar #130 to #129 - samxdaxman (03/27/2013) [-]
It's been eh. I don't comment as much, since it's basically the regulars posting about the tinychat. Although it has been getting sorta social the last few days.
User avatar #131 to #130 - kabageguy ONLINE (03/27/2013) [-]
I never really liked the tinychat stuff, all they ever posted about was inside jokes from the chat that nobody else would get, or pictures they took of the people in the chat.
It did keep the board from dying though
User avatar #132 to #131 - samxdaxman (03/27/2013) [-]
Yeah, I tried going a couple times. It was basically just weird videos and in-jokes. Not really worth it.
User avatar #111 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
hello(for those who are new to my friends list, every once in a while i write on their profiles and say whatsup).
so, whatsup bro?
User avatar #112 to #111 - kabageguy ONLINE (01/10/2013) [-]
nothin much, just got done playing league of legends, probably about to draw a little, you?
User avatar #113 to #112 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
cool, cool. im just chilling on FJ, writing on everyones profile.
User avatar #114 to #113 - kabageguy ONLINE (01/10/2013) [-]
Ah, haha, must take a while huh?
User avatar #115 to #114 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yep. 80 friends minus the 10 or 11 that are never on anymore it takes a while. but its worth it :)
User avatar #116 to #115 - kabageguy ONLINE (01/10/2013) [-]
Well thats pretty cool.
User avatar #117 to #116 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yep. so, howve you been?
User avatar #118 to #117 - kabageguy ONLINE (01/10/2013) [-]
I've been alright, schools been boring as **** for me lately. How about you?
User avatar #119 to #118 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
same for me about school. other than that, i resolved the girl problem and have been skyping with my best friend a lot recently so im much better.
User avatar #120 to #119 - kabageguy ONLINE (01/10/2013) [-]
Thats great bro!
User avatar #121 to #120 - samxdaxman (01/10/2013) [-]
yeah its been awesome :)
User avatar #105 - ascendedwings (01/08/2013) [-]
Have you ever heard of Mark Crilley?
User avatar #106 to #105 - kabageguy ONLINE (01/08/2013) [-]
No, why?
#107 to #106 - ascendedwings (01/08/2013) [-]
Ahh, I see. Well, I noticed your Hanako drawing, it looks good. I am going to do one myself, actually, thanks for that inspiration.
Anyway, Mark Crilley, is a manga artist who does how to draw videos on Youtube, and I think that watching those videos will help you with your drawing skills. I myself have taken pointers from his videos, and he gives very great advice and has multiple videos on different subjects. You said on your content that you just started drawing like this, so I greatly recommend watching his videos, they will be a great help to you as they were to me.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=0xsa_bmyIzw
This one is about generic anime eyes.
Here is one of my pieces that I finished recently, I have been drawing since freshman year, so I know a thing or two about drawing myself.
User avatar #108 to #107 - kabageguy ONLINE (01/08/2013) [-]
Oh, awesome, thanks, I'll watch this video tomorrow. I'm just in my freshman year now, so I have some time to get better. Nice drawing, what are they from?
#109 to #108 - ascendedwings (01/08/2013) [-]
They are the two main characters of the anime Sword Art Online. I haven't actually seen the show myself, but a friend of mine asked me to do it for him, so I did. Here's another of my drawings, Broly from DBZ.
Yeah, I started out with stick figures during my freshman year (I've already graduated HS) and after spending a lot of time practicing, here I am.
Keep practicing, get into those art classes, I never did, due to generic laziness. They open up doors for you, man. I wish you luck in your future drawing endeavors.
Also, when I finish up that Hanako drawing, I'll show it to you to see what you think of it, okay? And just because, i'll draw something for you? What would you like? Besides Hanako, of course, that's already in the bag.
User avatar #110 to #109 - kabageguy ONLINE (01/08/2013) [-]
Could you draw Ruroni Kenshin? And I'm in art right now, but they never want to do drawing, they just want us to sculpt and paint and **** like that. Oh well, can't wait to see the drawings
User avatar #89 - samxdaxman (11/20/2012) [-]
making my social rounds again, just checking in on everyone. hows it been bro?
User avatar #90 to #89 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/20/2012) [-]
been pretty good, how about you?
User avatar #91 to #90 - samxdaxman (11/20/2012) [-]
eh, ok. ive had some ups and downs.
User avatar #92 to #91 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/20/2012) [-]
like what? if I may ask
User avatar #93 to #92 - samxdaxman (11/20/2012) [-]
things have been getting kinda rocky between me and the girl i like. she knows how i feel, ive told her, but shes way too busy for a relationship, according to her. other than that, just minor arguments with close friends that we fix and everything goes back to normal. good things are i was finally able to hang out with some friends of mine for the first time and im finally on thanksgiving break.
User avatar #94 to #93 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/20/2012) [-]
dang, that sucks about the girl man, but make sure you dont get into any big arguments with your friends, losing a bro can suck worse than losing a girl sometimes.
User avatar #95 to #94 - samxdaxman (11/20/2012) [-]
trust me, i know that feel. its worse when you just slowly fall out of contact than a huge argument.
User avatar #96 to #95 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/20/2012) [-]
yeah, that almost happened to me a couple months ago, luckily he started talking to me again and hes my best bro
User avatar #97 to #96 - samxdaxman (11/20/2012) [-]
thats good. i only lose friends if we dont offer anything to eachother. so far thats only happened a couple times.
User avatar #98 to #97 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/20/2012) [-]
you may have told me already, but i have the worst memory that i know of, but do you work or go to school?
User avatar #99 to #98 - samxdaxman (11/20/2012) [-]
im currently a sophomore in high school. i wish i was working. hahaha im broke as **** .
User avatar #100 to #99 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/20/2012) [-]
hey, you're only a year older than me then haha, are you thinking about getting a summer job when summer comes?
User avatar #101 to #100 - samxdaxman (11/20/2012) [-]
probably not, im going to ecuador for the first half and im moving around everywhere the second half. im barely home at all. im pumped for the ecuador trip though.
User avatar #102 to #101 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/20/2012) [-]
oh cool, why are you going to ecuador?
User avatar #103 to #102 - samxdaxman (11/20/2012) [-]
i signed up with this group that takes high school kids to places around the world, theyre called World Challenge. weve been fundraising for about a year or so now. were going on june 8th.
User avatar #104 to #103 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/20/2012) [-]
oh nice, what country are you from?
User avatar #86 - rebelao (11/11/2012) [-]
how much for normal dis enchanter?
User avatar #87 to #86 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/11/2012) [-]
make me an offer
User avatar #88 to #87 - rebelao (11/11/2012) [-]
ive got a bunch of gems. Send me a trade
User avatar #81 - triangulartrading (11/10/2012) [-]
I have to go soon could you accept or decline fast?
#80 - mllerayael (11/07/2012) [-]
not much else needed
#79 - mllerayael (11/07/2012) [-]
I SHALL RETURN STRONGER THAN EVER BEFORE
and have ur ass
#78 - mllerayael (11/07/2012) [-]
runs away
rape not planned for
#77 - mllerayael (11/07/2012) [-]
also a clone
#76 - mllerayael (11/07/2012) [-]
doesnt care and kicks your ass anyway
User avatar #75 - mllerayael (11/07/2012) [-]
dodges shuriken like a true ninja then decides to go kitana on you ass with awesome steel fans
User avatar #74 - mllerayael (11/07/2012) [-]
ninja kick
User avatar #66 - zameckis (11/05/2012) [-]
greetings
User avatar #67 to #66 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/05/2012) [-]
Hello
User avatar #68 to #67 - zameckis (11/05/2012) [-]
hi
User avatar #69 to #68 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/05/2012) [-]
hey
User avatar #70 to #69 - zameckis (11/05/2012) [-]
yo
User avatar #71 to #70 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/05/2012) [-]
sup
User avatar #72 to #71 - zameckis (11/05/2012) [-]
chillin u?
User avatar #73 to #72 - kabageguy ONLINE (11/05/2012) [-]
playing LoL
User avatar #63 - krystalkitty ONLINE (10/22/2012) [-]
Aww.
User avatar #64 to #63 - kabageguy ONLINE (10/22/2012) [-]
lol, sorry, i dont wanna trade anything till i get back into items, so i can know if its worth it or not
User avatar #65 to #64 - krystalkitty ONLINE (10/22/2012) [-]
Ok.
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