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>>72715078
>A Deferred Procedure Call (DPC) is a Microsoft Windows operating system mechanism which allows high-priority tasks (e.g. an interrupt handler) to defer required but lower-priority tasks for later execution.

>Windows operating system mechanism

Not my problem.

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>>72555788
>tech related brain deterioration

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>>71739267
>science bad
>computer bad

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>>71737510
put the package on your iso usb

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>>71735933
>Windows 95 was the pinnacle of human civilization. I'd say prove me wrong but you can't.
ah yes back when you had to wiggle your mouse to make i/o work

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>>71725526
>Whats the best linux distro to run from a pendrive?
unironically GNU/Linux

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>>71695139
windows actually downloads the image locally in a temp dir then reuploads from there

i'm sure you can script this easily

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>>71692082
Nice straw man

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Which person would you want the most to be running this website?

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>>71269336
Zuck wasn't zucced. He was hiroshima'd.

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>friend asks me to investigate why website is slowing his desktop/crashing his phone
>look at network stats
>over 2500 requests
>only 17 make the site function
>the rest is for their embedded discord app and the avatars of thousands of users connected
yikes

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>>69588829
My paranoia is maximum, but that seems to break the entire internet for me. I have a fairly limited number of sites that I regularly go to, and I do as little online as possible in terms of accessing accounts with private data. I'm basically interested in blocking bullshit without having to manually tinker with each new site I go to for 20 minutes.

>>69588832
I only recently started messing with advanced UO settings, and I tried messing with uMatrix, but felt like I was getting nowhere. I could give it another shot.

During my recent research, it looked like UO allows for individual site settings in versions 1.17 and beyond? Pale Moon stopped at 1.16.4.8 back when Fire Fox changed how add-on shit worked, and as I mentioned, my current FF install is trashed at the moment. If it's true, though, it'd be nice to set 4chan to lock-down mode and then just block whatever I see come up anywhere else.

>>69588890
>casual user
Th-thanks...

Honestly, I'm far more into hardware when it comes to tech, and my understanding of web coding is limited, so yeah, I'm pretty entry-level on this kind of stuff. I have an add-on for Pale Moon that regularly checks for updates in UO, and I regularly check my system with a small assortment of other security software. I'd like to believe that I'm covered, but I'm also dumb.

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>>69312619
imagine not using mpv

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