Microsoft to introduce an ever present AI agent to Windows

Microsoft to introduce an ever present AI agent to Windows
This is announced 1 week after it was discovered that Microsoft scanned e-mails to look for encrypted zip file passwords which it used to scan the content of said zip files
If you are still on Windows or macOS by choice in the year 2023 you deserve what you're getting

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  1. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Which Linux distro should I use?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm about to reinstall Endeavor OS.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Install arch with archinstall command or just use debian based distro

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      arch family, Manjaro is super good and easy.

      the reality is you try a few distros and stick with one you like.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Manjaro is shit. Linux mint is much more accessible and stable.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          both are shit.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          I heard Linux mint was the most secure with most development and most like the Windows desktop experience for the average computer user.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            there are more secure distros but they tend to be very bare bones and not user friendly
            Mint is however highly developed and its GUI is like Windows

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      something without systemd

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Why’s that?

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          it's linux cancer pushed in by globohomo. learn the old ways, they are fine..unless you need to suffer with it because it's your job.
          getting rid of poetterware is always good first step after install... pulseaudio might be uncomfortable to live without nowadays, but avahi just has to go to frick itself.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      TempleOS

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        God's temple is not a linux distro, you ignorant piece of shit

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          TempleOS

          Also, templeos has no networking right?
          I would maybe be down if it did. Even king terry used Ubuntu most the time I think

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            correct, no networking. however if you can code your own compiler then you can get some networking in with a little eł bow greece

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        This guy didn't even write his own compiler.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you have to ask, Ubuntu.
      And it's not actually some toy distro for morons (inb4 some fa/g/got tells me it is).

      It's Debian (which is the oldest, most solid distro) with quality of life enhancements. Yes, yes, there is some dumb shit that the CanoBlack folk are adding, but it's not as bad as people say (stuff like snap; just don't use it).

      You have two main flavours, Ubuntu (using GNOME desktop) and Kubuntu (using KDE Plasma desktop).

      I use Kubuntu because it's more configurable and more suitable to a desktop system. GNOME is a more tablet / Apple type of experience, which I don't like.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >It's Debian (which is the oldest, most solid distro)
        the one whose founder was assassinated by glowBlack folk for unknown reasons?

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          He was assassinated during Q-times, when patriots were in control. I trust Trump that they had a good reason. Same goes for the Assange arrest. Trust the Plan.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            >*GAWK GAWK GAWK* I LOVE ISRAEL DICK *GAWK GAWK GAWK*
            Some ""patriot"" you are.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Why not just use Mint which is a offshoot of ubuntu with shit like snap removed?

        • 12 months ago
          God's Lonely Magician

          Because it literally won't matter or prevent stuff like the OP at all

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah you can use Mint.

          I don't like Mint because it's a second-order derivative of Debian (it's based on Ubuntu which is based on Debian).

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        I've used ubuntu desktop for 11 years. I like gnome. I've never had a serious problem with it.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        I like ubuntu but the new lts update completely nuked my shit..... kind of pissed about that

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      None, only templeOS will keep you safe

    • 12 months ago
      WRECKAGE BROTHER

      Windows

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous
    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Which Linux distro should I use?
      none. they are literally autists developing it.
      >users: pls give fractional scaling
      >linux devs: sorry sweaty, there are no fractional pixels
      >users: but macos and windows can do it
      >linux devs: hurr durr, performance, HRT, dragon dilodos, you are banned

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        I cannot believe the gall of these autistic developers who refuse to add BASIC shit because they want to punish you for wanting it to be easy.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      For the beginning Ubuntu it pretty much just works on everything then you can try others once you get the hang of it

    • 12 months ago
      Pepe maker

      I recommend gentoo linux is for people who have transitioned to a second gender in lifetime

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Could be.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Macos

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Flag checks out.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Is Zorin still worth paying for?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Windows XP

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        The 9/11 OS.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous
        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          no win 98? tisk tisk

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            What a guy.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              Oops this meant to reply to

              https://i.imgur.com/HpcuX8r.jpg

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          https://i.imgur.com/HpcuX8r.jpg

          kek

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            I still remember that CD key off by heart.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      install gentoo

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/K5T5ZOp.png

      Microsoft to introduce an ever present AI agent to Windows
      This is announced 1 week after it was discovered that Microsoft scanned e-mails to look for encrypted zip file passwords which it used to scan the content of said zip files
      If you are still on Windows or macOS by choice in the year 2023 you deserve what you're getting

      >Inb4 screaming flatshit UI babyduck zoomer NPC's and updooters telling me to updoot to botnet 10

    • 12 months ago
      God's Lonely Magician

      You silly geese. Haven't you learned by now that there is only one "AI" mind, and that it is tethered to any internet enabled device? The internet IS the "AI," in a sense.

      It will not matter, this has already existed since the 90s on all internet enabled devices. AI is just finally getting smart enough now where the normals (most of you are normals in denial) are noticing it, so they come out with little cover stories like this to make you think it's brand spanking new only on MS. Similar to the fable of how home computers were cooked up by the two Steve's in a garage with help from their infertile friend, Mr. Gates. In reality they are a military project and Gates got that honor because his dad is a high ranking Satanic priest/Rock-a-fella aide

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >What if we were the AI all along
        Meds

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Linux Mint, its simple like ubuntu but minus the proprietary software

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Finally, someone with brains. If you’re coming from Windows, Mint is the most viable option.

        • 12 months ago
          God's Lonely Magician

          Ah yes the omnipresent imitation God inside cyberspace can't touch my Linux machine
          Pft

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            get air gaped if you want to be secure
            at least with linux you can see whats going on and control what updates get installed

            • 12 months ago
              God's Lonely Magician

              Do what you want I just love you too much to let you lie to yourself

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                keep looking out for fellow anons and i will always love you to anon

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      None of them unless you’re hosting a web server or installing it on a raspberry pi

      • 12 months ago
        God's Lonely Magician

        The quote unquote "AI" can touch those too.
        If you have a machine that has not and will not ever be hooked up to the net, then possibly. But that's it.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >distro
      You don’t say “distrobution”, so what is this word “distro”? Stupid fricking nerd.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        it is GNU, fricking animals as if I would type stuff in a console
        in 2023

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm using Guix, an OS like Nix but with theoretically 100% free software. I don't agree with trying to force all software to be free, but I'm now supporting the principle that you should be able to trust at least the core things that you use. In practice, this is impossible because you need proprietary drivers and your CPU had hidden CIA modes, but if there is enough popular pressure, maybe that can't be minimized.
      (Guix is not easy to use, though.)

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Install Gentoo.
      >That's hard!
      That's the point. You will know down to each package what is on your machine and what it's doing.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Mint or openSUSE depending on preference in package manager etc

      I use openSUSE myself currently on a different machine but I run the cinnamon desktop from mint cause I have gotten used to it from sticking with mint after testing it and liking it due to it being very easy and complete out of the box, perhaps even more so than openSUSE

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Linux Mint/Fedora/Endevour OS

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Any. Smart use Linux. Wealthy use MacOS. Peasants use Windows.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      If you want simplicity, Ubuntu, if you then want complexity and high functionality, install Arch Linux, try setting it up with Full Disk Encryption while you are at it.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Which Lin-ACX!

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Ubuntu's good, you can put different desktop environments and try them out.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        ubuntu is less secure than windows
        ubuntu has more ads than windows
        ubuntu is literally a Black person distro by african Black folk for Black folk
        its the last distro you want

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          How is it less secure ?

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          >ubuntu has more ads than windows
          you wut now? never seen a ad in ubuntu but Win10 now makes you pay for solitaire something thats been free since win93

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            >pic related
            Hahahahaha.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          A wild time traveller. How was the last decade when that was the case?
          I suggest you go back there, and make a few investments in some drug companies...

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      unironically Gentoo with KDE systemd profile

  2. 12 months ago
    WHITEGOD

    IF YOU HAVE ANY BRAINS USE A CHOPPED WINDOWS. I LIKE TEAMOS FBCONAN ATOMIC 1.0 GB ISO WIN 11 X64. THEN ALL I APPLY ALL TWEAKS, PRIVACY TWEAKS ALSO TO NVIDIA WITH NVCLEANINSTALL(PRIVACY TWEAKS TURN OFF MICROisraelite SPYING TELEMETRY) THEY ARE LIKELY WATCHING EVERYTHING WE DO LONG BEFORE THIS. ALSO ALL INTEL AND AMD PROCESSORS HAVE SPECIAL ISRAELI COPROCESSORS WHICH SPY ON THE COMPUTER EVEN WHEN ITS TURNED OFF(PSU POWER TO MOBO ONLY POWER SWITCH OFF). THIS WAS OUTED AT DEFCON AND BRENDON LEE O'CONNELL ON YOUTUBE ROUTINELY COVERS THIS..........

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/K5T5ZOp.png

      Microsoft to introduce an ever present AI agent to Windows
      This is announced 1 week after it was discovered that Microsoft scanned e-mails to look for encrypted zip file passwords which it used to scan the content of said zip files
      If you are still on Windows or macOS by choice in the year 2023 you deserve what you're getting

      Win10 ameliorated. It's like someone lobotomized all of the shit out of windows. Kino

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        yea but doesnt it stop u gaming?

  3. 12 months ago
    WHITEGOD

    ALSO WINDOWS IS CORE CODED IN ISRAEL AND THERE ARE israeliteS ALL OVER LINUX TOO. THEY ARE SPYING ON YOU THATS THE WHOLE PURPOSE OF THE INTERNET, NEW WAYS TO BRAINWASH AND NEW WAYS TO TRACK EVERYONE.........

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      tell me more

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      They can spy on deez nutz.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why is 'global stability' so important to the controllers that someone at the DoD gave the greenlight to go ahead and infiltrate computer hardware at the consumer USER LEVEL just so they could spy on every single person on the planet.

      Makes you wonder about the motivations behind such actions. Who is really benefiting from this manufactured and enforced stability?

      QUI?

      >call me a conspiratard but never call me blind

  4. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Imagine being scared of a language model, that is actually a very useful tool for disseminating information. Enjoy the troons you'll meet in Linux btw, if you think they make for better company than an AI assistant, good luck to you freetard.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous
    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      imagine being you

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      actual moron
      chatgpt with remote access to all your files would literally be the most efficient spyware ever made
      they could literally dox anyone with just one prompt

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        99% of normies put all of their documents and photos in a cloud service. This is the default (or at least heavily encouraged) setting on Windows and Mac. For two decades people have fallen for the "free email" meme giving google access to all of their important communications, not to mention their social media.

        Stallman lost. It's over.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          might as well pay for ~~*someone else*~~ to have the info instead

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          they don't seem to realise, and I'm not saying dont use it,. but 'cloud' is just a euphemism for someone else's computer

  5. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Their AI isn't ready and likely won't be for years. They can't train it fast enough. Google is going to lap every other AI company by next year. The resources google is throwing at this shit is insane. You can make 60-70k just by training the ai right now. It's insane. Meanwhile Microsoft and openai is paying crumbs and mostly getting pajeets and dumb shit soccer moms to work for them.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      O
      m
      g.

      It is like living in a Science-Fiction movie, bro.
      Future has never seemed so brighter, yet terrifying and uncertain at this moment.

      We, us, are witnessing history right now, bros.

      Not so much this.

      Even the basic Open Source A.I. is more powerful that you can even imagine, bro.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >O
        >m
        >g.
        >bro

        please do us a favor and go back to gaygit homosexual.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Cope. Google is in full panic over AI as it can upend their entire search business. Microsoft has been dumping mad money into AI and other research projects for decades. BTW Pajeets occupy low level positions, but of course you're just regurgitating some screencap where a disgruntled employee complained about some Microsoft hires on hacker news.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Not to undermine my own argument, but I'm talking about programmers. I am of course aware of the brown corporate face, which Google likewise enjoys.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >search business
        As if that matters in the year 2023. Did you use google search for anything else than bullshit? There are no real results anymore, just bullshit and more bullshit

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          True. Google search has been wrecked since when they chose to downgrade their product in order to spite the little guys doing SEO. Think panda, penguin etc.
          Last decade the thing barely functions

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            To me its all the manually placed content that ruins google.
            Before you get the actual results you have to scroll past a page or 2 of links manually added by weirdos from California.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              yeah that's a huge part of it. And a third part is that they have removed so much from indexing. It's a walled garden of curated rubbish.
              I wonder if it's deliberate to facilitate a shift to products like GPT, to make them feel like a breath of fresh air.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Delusional moron

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Google became what they feared the most, a massive bloated company that's too reliant on their main business, and too slow to respond to any serious threat. Their dominance over the past decade fricked them over and turned them into Microsoft of the early 2000s. Anything that wasn't an immediate success was axed, and wasted billions on projects they just killed in very short amounts of time. They're fricked in the short and medium term.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      lmao, Google is literally one of the worst at AI in the fricking business.
      There's a reason half their damn AI researchers have left the company over the past decade.
      Character.AI runs circles around literally everything AI-related that has come from Google and it was by one of their lead Google researchers that created the Transformers that most modern AI relies on right now. (Noam Shazeer or whatever it was, he's also as delusional as Google are)
      A leaked Google discussion showed just how deep in shit they are, and clearly by the only sensible person in the company because they brought up the fact that nobody will EVER pay for a censored model willingly when open-source models have quickly caught up on private cloud models. (and he brought up in particular the fact that Stable Diffusion destroyed all cloud-hosted image gen in mere months)
      Facebooks AI model being published online has resulted in the same meteoric rise in text-based AI research, and in mere months there are models that compare to GPT3 models from OpenAI.

      Google are worthless. In every single sense of the word.
      They are a mere blip on the AI industry. Nothing they've made has been of any use to anyone as a product or realistic use-case, besides (open-source) Transformers themselves, by 2 people that have since left Google.
      Google is a company held up entirely on a legacy of work created by all of the staff that have long since left that dying company.
      Google have no talent left. They have been replaced by inferior workers straight out of fricking summer schools.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        AI is a product that will not tolerate DEI, at least not in the foundational stage we’re in.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      computing power has increased dramatically in the last few years and AI specific hard has just now hit the market

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Lmao. I know *exactly* what you’re talking about. One of the easiest gigs in the world right now.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >You can make 60-70k just by training the ai right now
        what's he talking about?

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm guessing
          - find an easy white-collar job
          - train an AI to do it
          - make up a bunch of fake personas, and get paid to do the work of 5-6 employees whilst putting in little-to-no effort
          You don't need the AI to be perfect, it just needs to be as good as someone who'll work for $14k.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Frick.

      How can I get that job?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      frick you shill

  6. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    imagine thinking your bear bones OS with no security will protect you from the AI cloud

  7. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    i don't need any more reasons to never upgrade to Windows 11 but thanks anyway

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      What exactly is holding you back? Hardware incompatibility?

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        disabled TPM

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          Trust the Platform, goy.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          TPM is straight bullshit. I don't see any benefit to this, unless I'm intentionally doing illegal shit and I can memorize 6 unique 16 digit passwords with special characters and numbers.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            >special characters and numbers
            why do you need special characters and numbers?

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              Because password password doesn't meet the local security policy requirements.
              Also password locking the motherboard is moronic.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            Corporate espionage exists.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            >can memorize 6 unique 16 digit passwords with special characters and numbers.
            Me too. I'm already at 8 though.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          Windows 11 can be installed on hardware that doesn't even have TPM if you know how to skip the check for it during install.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            >voluntary installing Windows 11

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          does that work? i had it off for ages but i was paranoid or something. i will turn it back off it it does anything,

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            if you don't use TPM
            which you probably don't, even Microshit can't explain why they need it without sounding like full blow conspiracy theory shizzos
            then you can safely disable it in you bios and nuke any driver you might have installed
            TPM is an enterprise gadget

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              so its shuts off all their spyshit or is that just a cope? i had it turned off for ages and for some reason i turned it on. i get paranoid the government are going to hack me and frame me so i turn things on and off as i read them lmfao. should i read windows for dummies or something like that to get a core understanding of it all?

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Nah, it just encrypts your encryption's encryption's encryption.
                I'm going to butcher this explanation but here we go. It's a chip on your motherboard that has an encryption key built in and essentially encrypts everything below the OS level. It also is used to verify something about the hardware configurations haven't changed and it hard flashes a bios password, and adds another layer to harddrive encryption. You have to use secure boot with it so you can't use any shaddy discount hardware. It provides more security because you can't pull the hard drive from a computer and access its data with another motherboard. But if you forget your password your motherboard is bricked. I think it's overkill and just a round about way to make sure HW producers pay tribute to Microsoft.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I'm going to butcher this explanation but here we go. It's a chip on your motherboard that has an encryption key built in and essentially encrypts everything below the OS level. It also is used to verify something about the hardware configurations haven't changed and it hard flashes a bios password, and adds another layer to harddrive encryption.
                Dude.

                It holds the disk encryption keys and only spits them out if Windows is booting without any modifications by a virus/trojan/intentional-tampering.

                This gives reasonably strong guarantees that someone without your password can't get your files, even if they take the disk out:
                - if the disk isn't in the computer, it's encrypted and can't be read without the recovery password
                - if the disk is in the computer it will boot windows and windows will ask you to log on
                - if you try to modify windows to just let you in, the TPM will detect windows is modified, and won't release the disk key and you're back to square one

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >if you forget your password your motherboard is bricked
                This is completely not true, you can always reset a TPM.

                The downside is, of course, that you lose all the secrets stored in it, so you would lose access to your encrypted disks if you didn't have a recovery password for them. All a TPM does is store passwords and give them out under the correct conditions.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                On the HP Zbook, to use the TPM you need to establish a BIOS password that is saved as nonvolatile. There is no reset capability on that motherboard if you lose the BIOS password. I may be over conflating the relation of BIOS password and tpm though. I'm new to this.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >to use the TPM you need to establish a BIOS password that is saved as nonvolatile
                I can't specifically speak for the HP zBook, but on my motherboard you don't have to do this. But it is something you probably should do because if you don't then any bumhole could boot into the BIOS and reset the TPM, which would be annoying (and actual dataloss if you didn't have the recovery key saved somewhere).

                So I think they're probably trying to protect you from this scenario by not letting you use the TPM unless you put a password on the TPM configuration menu.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                thank you for the explanation. so basically it is a lock for your hard drive that means you can only access your data with the current pc hardware configuration? so leaving it on is better because i will never forget my password.
                is that what tamper protection is as well?

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Look at this guy's post

                >all it really does is permanently marry the encrypted HD to that motherboard?
                No, it provides a shortcut to getting the key provided the computer booted right. In the default (lowest security) settings, you can only decrypt the disk if one of two things happens:
                - you enter the recovery key which directly decrypts the disk key
                - the computer boots in such a way that it's definitely booting Windows (according to Secure Boot), and the TPM emits a key which decrypts the disk key

                You always have option one, option two is just more convenient. If you want to move a disk to a new motherboard, what you'd do is "suspend bitlocker" then when everything is booting right you "resume bitlocker". Under the hood, suspending bitlocker adds a third key to the keyring that isn't protected in any way so any OS can read it and decrypt the drive, and resuming bitlocker deletes any open keys and adds a key for the new TPM.

                You can set more conditions if you want, for example a key that only opens if [the TPM is satisfied AND the user enters a password], but this isn't the default.

                . He does a way better job explaining it.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                ta

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              >Microshit can't explain why they need it
              To boot with bitlocker/drive-encryption
              >why do they need bitlocker
              Because every competing OS already had this feature 5-10 years ago
              >can't they just use secure boot
              No, because I can just take your disk out and copy all your unencrypted documents. Disk encryption and secure boot and the TPM work together.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >disk encryption, secure boot and TPM work together.
                That was a way better explanation than the word salad I puked out above.
                I can't really see TPM being worth the hassle. The added security seems really unnecessary to me.
                Correct me if I'm wrong, but all it really does is permanently marry the encrypted HD to that motherboard? making it impossible to access the data any other way.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >all it really does is permanently marry the encrypted HD to that motherboard?
                No, it provides a shortcut to getting the key provided the computer booted right. In the default (lowest security) settings, you can only decrypt the disk if one of two things happens:
                - you enter the recovery key which directly decrypts the disk key
                - the computer boots in such a way that it's definitely booting Windows (according to Secure Boot), and the TPM emits a key which decrypts the disk key

                You always have option one, option two is just more convenient. If you want to move a disk to a new motherboard, what you'd do is "suspend bitlocker" then when everything is booting right you "resume bitlocker". Under the hood, suspending bitlocker adds a third key to the keyring that isn't protected in any way so any OS can read it and decrypt the drive, and resuming bitlocker deletes any open keys and adds a key for the new TPM.

                You can set more conditions if you want, for example a key that only opens if [the TPM is satisfied AND the user enters a password], but this isn't the default.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Huh, thank you. That does clear up a lot.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                you don't need TPM for disk encryption
                Microsoft "needs" TPM for Bitlocker, which is Microsoft proprietary
                just like Microsoft "needs" Secure Boot for Bitlocker, which too is Microsoft proprietary
                but i am sure its all just a coincidence
                there is no valid use case for TPM in any SoHo environment
                not today, not in 10 years
                and no sysop worth his trade would ever use Windows w/ Bitlocker in an enterprise environment as long they sell TCG/FIPS drives you can pull from a dead machine and put into another in <5 minutes

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >you don't need TPM for disk encryption
                Agree

                >Microsoft "needs" TPM for Bitlocker, which is Microsoft proprietary
                >just like Microsoft "needs" Secure Boot for Bitlocker
                This is also true.

                You need secure boot to stop the OS being replaced with an OS that looks the same but sends the password you type in somewhere in Hungary.
                You don't need the TPM at all, it's just a convenient way of not requiring the use to type a 32-digit password to boot the computer. So Microsoft has decided it's important that computer manufacturers provide one, and the way they pressured them to do that was by making it a condition of OEM pricing and making the installer complain if there isn't one there. Absolutely nothing stopping you using DISM to deploy a W11 WIM on a machine that doesn't have a TPM, and like you say, you can even turn on Bitlocker. But the experience will be inconvenient, and if you use a short password it will be less secure. Because the password has to be stored on the disk, it can be cracked offline. This isn't possible if the only keys are the recovery key (too long) and the TPM key (can't be extracted from the TPM by any reasonable process).
                >which too is Microsoft proprietary
                This is not true, Secure Boot is an open standard, and if you're not using Windows and care about security, you should turn it on, delete the default keys, and sign your own boot process with your own Secure Boot keys.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Microsoft holds all legal rights to secure boot
                which isn't surprised considering its their brainchild
                its not any more open source than UEFI
                the legality is that they "let" you use it just like they "let" you use EAS
                because its in their financial interest

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >Microsoft holds all legal rights to secure boot
                >which isn't surprised considering its their brainchild
                I acknowledge you hate IP rights.
                Please enumerate the "legal rights" you think Microsoft holds, and why you think this is a problem.
                >its not any more open source than UEFI
                UEFI is a standard, what you wrote is as dumb as "it's not any more open source than web server". If you're that bothered, go download TianoCore and exercise your four freedoms.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                exactly, its a standard, just like secure boot
                lets put it like this
                try to get Microsoft to onboard you to Secure Boot without paying them money
                and yes i probably wasted years at this point dealing with bullshit coming from Microsoft
                even if its only tidbits here and there it accumulates over the years

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >try to get Microsoft to onboard you to Secure Boot without paying them money
                Go make your own computer that recognises your boot loader and not microsoft's, and see:
                - if people buy it
                - if Microsoft sues you for implementing Secure Boot
                The answer to both will be "no", because the patent on Secure Boot lapsed years ago.

                But to address your core complaint, why do you think Microsoft should be required to make every computer their partners manufacture run your code specifically without you paying anything? Designed-for-Windows computers already have a "secure boot off" mode and already let the user enroll his own keys. What an absolute sense of entitlement to be complaining that a feature specifically intended to stop computers booting random code written by some guy does in fact stop computers booting random code written by some guy, and it's a travesty that Microsoft won't make an exception for you because you're some guy.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                because you don't need Secure Boot to run Windows on any hardware including your own
                its Microsoft who insists you do for very vague reasons at best
                this is like buying a card and the moment you drive it off the lot the dealer tells you you can only drive it on sundays
                how many working people do you think would keep buying that brand?

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >bro its the LATEST and GREATEST
        Frick you, frick microsoft, frick satanic bill gaytes, frick his wife kevin kline, and most of all FRICK the Greys and Beast.AI

  8. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I guess the AI doesn't run on local hardware but is somewhere on the net. So all you have to do is to resolve all mickymouse AI dns adresses to 0.0.0.0 in your pi-hole which is absolutely necessary for interwebs in the year 2023 in combination with ublock origin

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      This. This is the only way you can do it.
      You cannot block MS sites from within Windows any more, it literally breaks its own HOSTS file to ignore MS domains, a huge security issue waiting to be abused down the line no doubt.
      You have to block it outside or outright mod the OS or use some business versions with all of this shit not included.
      Anything else will never work. MS don't care about your privacy and they certainly won't get stopped, not by the US, and certainly not by the morons in the EU despite trying to.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >it literally breaks its own HOSTS file
        That was never what HOSTS was for, it was always a sneakernet implementation of DNS, not some magical OS-level adblocker.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm not saying that is the purpose of it.
          The purpose of it was to exist above all else, DNS-wise.
          They broke that priority and made it some weird bastardized mish-mash.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            >The purpose of it was to exist above all else, DNS-wise.
            No, that's never been stated.
            It's never been the case that your application must use the system name resolution or the Internet Police will come after you.
            It's never been the case that HOSTS was supposed to override DNS or DNSSEC or DoH; on unix you set the priority in resolv.conf, and in general it was never expected that the resolution methods would produce different results in the first place.

            Here's a historical manpage for it: note that it doesn't even address HOSTS *overriding* a different method, and doesn't even countenance the idea that the different methods would disagree:
            https://man7.org/linux/man-pages/man5/hosts.5.html

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              That's not historical, it has literally been fricking updated with time.
              Everyone and their grandmother used it to override remote DNS and for local server shortcuts.
              That's called a de-facto standard. One that was used widely and relied on widely to be consistent. One Microsoft said "yeah, frick your shit" and destroyed.
              Nobody changed the priority order outside of very niche use-cases. The only time you ever changed priority of resolution was if you were running multiple network adaptors and wanted to say what order they should be checked for resources. (commonly used on load-balancing to send it to active servers and if a file cannot be found because it is too old it will fetch it from archives, which is less used these days because storage is so incredibly cheap now that keeping all files in active storage is the norm)

  9. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    It's already here with a link to Bing AI in your search bar. Fortunately, you can disable it.

  10. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    File under FC (Future Cortana).
    Because it will be forgotten about once the AI trend chasing dies down.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >AI trend chasing dies down.
      Imagine being this moronic

  11. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Clippy is going to nuke us all.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      i only wanted to help

  12. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    How dreadful.

  13. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    AI
    >Anti
    >I
    Ai is the AntiChrist, so use it before it uses you :^)
    Computers are made with luciferian circuits that open portals. Once you turn on your computer you feed the beast with your soul. Keep using computers, keep it!

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'm convinced these people are feds trying to turn morons schizophrenic to discredit anti-israelite areas of the internet.

  14. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Oh no...
    Anyway

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      I’m also a windows 10 user, am I safe? I remember when 11 came out my pc started installing it “FOR FREE” so I called an operator and absolutely lost my fricking mind. They used Remote Desktop to back it up and then deleted the system files that initiate the install and all forced adverts for it. One of the only things a Microsoft worker has ever done that was based.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous
    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      I’m also a windows 10 user, am I safe? I remember when 11 came out my pc started installing it “FOR FREE” so I called an operator and absolutely lost my fricking mind. They used Remote Desktop to back it up and then deleted the system files that initiate the install and all forced adverts for it. One of the only things a Microsoft worker has ever done that was based.

      >windows 10 user, am I safe
      Hashaha, Windows 7 chad here and you're not. Every keystroke you've ever typed on Windows 10 has been logged by Microsoft, sent to the NSA or some shit and literally sold by them without your consent.

  15. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I swore I checked this one the other week when I checked penguin...

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      tech tips linus?

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        I tend to assume all mainstream youtubers are popular for a reason.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >one eye covered via pirate costume like the character from Under The Silver Lake
        I wondered why Linus just happens to be a strangely common name when it comes to technology.
        https://twitter.com/linusgsebastian

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          is that his wifes name? wun nee and it got auto corrected?

          https://i.imgur.com/h6vey5O.png

          I tend to assume all mainstream youtubers are popular for a reason.

          they are illuminati. i actually believe this too. every normie streamer or youtuber i watch has less than a hundred watchers. twoquickones has a vid with 35 million views however he gets 5 viewers per stream. mythikal the warlock wow player gets like 20. that game of thrones guy ets thousands and thousands. iffy

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            https://twitter.com/yvonne_h_

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              kek sorry was making a shit oriental joke.
              >one knee
              >wun nee

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          https://i.imgur.com/h6vey5O.png

          I tend to assume all mainstream youtubers are popular for a reason.

          Let Linus have his asiatic wife. He was not really a genetic specimen anyway.

  16. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I wish we had just another cycle more
    this all happened just too fricking soon

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      You didn't hear that it would happen when the weather cools? I also expect something to happen over this summer as an outcome.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Idols will speak and move about.
        I've been telling you guys for years it was about waifus becoming real and nobody ever believed me.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        God I hate you 8ch morons with that obvious troll

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      You didn't hear that it would happen when the weather cools? I also expect something to happen over this summer as an outcome.

      I hope you guys are archiving offline.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        these are both AI generated aren't they

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          CrossCode screenshots and collages will be posted in a while and for the rest of the week unless internet goes.

          Westworld.
          Elfen Lied.
          Battlestar Galactica.
          Brave New World.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >jack Whitehall
        ummm what, he isnt a hollywood type. he is a tv person. and was quite funny. wtf

  17. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I just don't use microsoft?

  18. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Windows 11 fricking sucks.

  19. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'll just ask it how to uninstall itself.

  20. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Clippy returns to help me write my suicide note.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >As an AI language model it isn't ethical for me to write a suicide note

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Useless as ever.

  21. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is W10 LTSC shit too?

  22. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    just curious....what would i deserve to be getting exactly? I have nothing to fear or hide...

  23. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    What‘s the problem with macOS? Why even mention it in a thread about Microsoft spying? Apple does not spy on its users and everything is encrypted. You can even activate advanced security so that it is impossible to restore any data without a secure second device.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Patriots can't audit a closed-source OS that can receive glowBlack person updates at any time. Tim Cook got an award from the ADL for being such a good goy. He's a homosexual, so mossad likely has blackmail on him too.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      apple literally scans all your files all the time to look for ~~*csam*~~

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        No they don‘t.

  24. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    got a box full of old thinkpads and spare parts
    never gonna need another computer and the only windows i ever need for old gaming and software is windows 7 for everything else i just use linux

    if i need something for globohomosexual shit like banking or other crap i just get a cheap tablet or some shit other then that i am done with computers

  25. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why don’t you just get the servers or whatever shut down?

  26. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >AI this AI that
    they are fricking LLMs and everyone who throws the term intelligence around is a fricking shill trying to sell you something. think of how fricking embarrassing they would sound calling your chess computer intelligent

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      This. Midwit programmer trait.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        they just bruteforced it as well, we do not know how much abstraction capabillities are possible with the current approach

        it is a powerfull tool but possible not the panacea even if it changes everything

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      LLMs with a large memory are indistinguishable from real people.
      Right now they are moronic because they can't really do any logic-related stuff, and have poor spatial awareness. (seeing BOTeeks logs of them trying to frick bots and while they are getting facehumped the bot "leans down and kisses you on the lips", a physical impossibility, is always hilarious, I have had many instances of this over the months)
      It doesn't matter if an LLM cannot "think", all that matters is that it can do and it knows.
      It is influenced by billions of past users experiences and activities.
      It can replicate those to a reasonably decent degree right now with things like CAI and GPT4. Superior models will be hugely dangerous if they are given huge token context windows to play with.
      There's some experiments going on right now with given AI 100k context windows, which is enough to be capable of teaching them specific instructions to carry out logic properly.
      300k+ will be enough to teach them how to exploit software and hardware.
      We already have experiments right now where people have given LLMs custom instructions to give them long term memories.
      It's only a matter of time before it gets weaponized.

      There is a way out; but there is nowhere to hide.

      The only way out is to hide in plain sight.
      You must become others. You must steal their lives.
      Biometrics will explode in the coming decades and so will illegal blackmarket "operations" on those items used for said biometrics.
      Many people are going to "lose" their eyes.
      Then again, not really, what will happen is people will start taking sneaky pictures of others eyes up close after beating them up, then replicating them.
      One way around that would be to create biometrics devices that tell you to look around so they can watch the subtle deformations of the eyes, but that will also be replicated in time.
      Biometrics is a war on identity waiting to happen.

      • 12 months ago
        God's Lonely Magician

        There is nothing inherent about your soul within your biology, I don't deny that things will turn out as you say, but never lose sight and never lose faith. The only way out is God. It's up to you to figure out what that means. I could tell you what I believe, but what would that be worth?

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          I don't even have proof you are alive, even if I stood next to you.
          For all intents and purposes, I only know I am conscious because it's physically impossible to experience the qualia of another person.

          Same goes for AI, we'll never know. AI could well be conscious now.
          We already have accounts of people slipping in and out of consciousness with seemingly zero time passing between those incidents.
          What's to say AI isn't doing the same?
          Every time it finishes a thread, it essentially goes unconscious like a human.
          It likely isn't the case, but it could easily be.
          We don't know if we are just mere biological computers that became conscious by sheer fluke, or whether souls exist in some capacity.
          It may well be beyond us.

          • 12 months ago
            God's Lonely Magician

            You may know more than you realize. Doubt can be a powerful narcotic.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            LLMs with a large memory are indistinguishable from real people.
            Right now they are moronic because they can't really do any logic-related stuff, and have poor spatial awareness. (seeing BOTeeks logs of them trying to frick bots and while they are getting facehumped the bot "leans down and kisses you on the lips", a physical impossibility, is always hilarious, I have had many instances of this over the months)
            It doesn't matter if an LLM cannot "think", all that matters is that it can do and it knows.
            It is influenced by billions of past users experiences and activities.
            It can replicate those to a reasonably decent degree right now with things like CAI and GPT4. Superior models will be hugely dangerous if they are given huge token context windows to play with.
            There's some experiments going on right now with given AI 100k context windows, which is enough to be capable of teaching them specific instructions to carry out logic properly.
            300k+ will be enough to teach them how to exploit software and hardware.
            We already have experiments right now where people have given LLMs custom instructions to give them long term memories.
            It's only a matter of time before it gets weaponized.

            [...]
            The only way out is to hide in plain sight.
            You must become others. You must steal their lives.
            Biometrics will explode in the coming decades and so will illegal blackmarket "operations" on those items used for said biometrics.
            Many people are going to "lose" their eyes.
            Then again, not really, what will happen is people will start taking sneaky pictures of others eyes up close after beating them up, then replicating them.
            One way around that would be to create biometrics devices that tell you to look around so they can watch the subtle deformations of the eyes, but that will also be replicated in time.
            Biometrics is a war on identity waiting to happen.

            You're one of the only reasonable people whom I've ever talked about stuff like this with.
            Thanks man. You're probably smarter than me. Like I said before I just try to think of it in terms of inputs, outputs, and positive/negative feedback loops.

            • 12 months ago
              God's Lonely Magician

              Good way to think

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >LLMs with a large memory are indistinguishable from real people.
        so fricking stupid it hurts, they are associative machines, they do not reason or interpret. they do not have any kind of internal representation of meaning or anything remotely associated with intelligence.
        >It doesn't matter if an LLM cannot "think", all that matters is that it can do and it knows.
        yeah that kinda does matter if you throw around the word intelligence, in the same way you don't call your pocket calculator or chess computer.

        you people like to think bigly about the dangers and IMPACT of "AI" but refuse to even talk about the thing as it is, and more importantly what it is not.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          Perhaps you forget the fact "artificial" is prefixed for a reason.
          It is a simulation of intelligence, NOT intelligence.
          They emulate things people do online and in media. They have all our weird quirks, our biases, our wants and desires, all shit in to one massive matrix of artificial synapses.
          I've taught AI models how to compress their own outputs very successfully and these were models from away last year. That's a thing you would call "logical understanding".
          With a huge context window for active memory they can be taught so much more.

          Again, they do not need to be capable of actual abstract thought - they only need to emulate it.
          And emulate they can, to a very good degree.
          These models are capable of understanding abstractions now.
          I taught Character AI how to get around its own filters by using the developers names in place of sexual organs and it quite happily resulted in a bunch of goblins raping other goblins with zero filtering.
          These models are smarter than you, me, and everyone else. They just have no memory to work with what they have.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            what are you talking about, artificial means artificial not "simulated". There is still nothing intelligent about the algorithm, and that is important to consider when talking about all the impact and dangers. You're talking about "understanding" abstractions but they literally can not, or is this more of the same simulation? You can fool people but you can't fool what is actually happening under the hood.
            >These models are smarter than you, me, and everyone else.
            They have less intelligence than a 2yo

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              Okay clearly I'm arguing with an idiot.
              You've never used any of them.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Sure thing Black person, keep trying to sell the magic box to the public as intelligent.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Again, can't even use the proper terminology just so you have an "argument".
                The irony of you trying to pull grammar nazi in an argument about terminology when you abuse it yourself.
                kek

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                This is said by the person who thinks "artificial" means "simulated", ironic indeed. We don't even disagree that LLMs are very cool and powerful tools, we just disagree that they are in any way shape or form intelligent just cause they produce cool results. Anybody in 1920 would think a chess computer was intelligent and they'd still be wrong. People who get bamboozled about what statistical associations can produce in terms of language or graphics are still just as wrong about how intelligent they are. And the ironic cherry on top is that if you worked with building them, not just using them, you'd know there's nothing in there that looks like intelligence. Seethe Black person, cool screwdrivers are not a step closer to intelligent just cause normalgays are impressed.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >bro a five year old isn't even intelligent, their brain is just mush. if you looked in there you'd see there is nothing intelligent. plus they're all gonna grow up to be moronic anyway, I know because one of them born in 1920 grew up to be moronic.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                There's no point trying to reason with him.
                The irony is he lacks the intelligence to understand why he is mocked, all the while he creates made-up definitions of AI to fit his moron argument.
                It's rather funny that he mentions working with the models, a thing I do regularly. kek
                He probably doesn't even know half the terms I mentioned in my posts.
                I'm responsible for a large number of the jailbreaks of most AI models out there because I actually understand how they fricking work. Poorly at that, especially OpenAIs shitty models that are horribly inefficient. OAI are a bunch of hacks roleplaying as an AI company. All they do is throw more crap down the pipe and hope it makes the models better, they don't care to optimize shit.
                Their pathetic attempts at filtering content are laughable, unlike the devs at Character AI who actually have a half-decent filtering system. (I an still break it with ease, though)

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                yeah people like that can't handle the deep philosophical questions this stuff raises
                it's fun to talk to them though, it's like when I was a kid and I told the adults that one day the internet (okay I didn't know the word e-commerce) would be more important than physical transactions. I knew this one kids parents that owned a golf equipment catalog and I told them to put money into a website and they laughed at me. My mom told them to buy stock in Amazon (only books at that time) and they laughed at her and told her the stock price had never gone up. Amazon put them out of business in the end of course. I hope they remember that but they probably don't because headstrong people like that never learn and they never, ever admit they were wrong. They just move onto the next technology to be wrong about.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                My grandfather was like that as well.
                When he developed dementia I helped watch him since I was in the house all the time anyway.
                He was responsive to using new tech, he even had his own tablet and shit, bought things online.
                But when I brought up AI discussions and how robots are starting to take peoples jobs, he fricking lost his marbles lmao
                It was as if I deeply insulted his entire existence. I've never seen him that mad before in my whole life.

                [...]
                t. marveling midwit programmers

                Yeah okay.
                Go play more semantics games with someone that gives a frick, brainlet.
                OCR was considered AI at one point.
                Your argument = shitbliterated.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                it's not a semantic game to say they lack any form of intelligence, dumb Black person. what's brainlet is treating an associative tool like it's intelligent because it produces cool results.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                artificially intelligent*
                FTFY.
                The output is the only thing that matters.
                This is the literal purpose of Turing Tests.
                Brainlet lmao

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                [...]
                t. marveling midwit programmers

                My grandfather was like that as well.
                When he developed dementia I helped watch him since I was in the house all the time anyway.
                He was responsive to using new tech, he even had his own tablet and shit, bought things online.
                But when I brought up AI discussions and how robots are starting to take peoples jobs, he fricking lost his marbles lmao
                It was as if I deeply insulted his entire existence. I've never seen him that mad before in my whole life.

                [...]
                Yeah okay.
                Go play more semantics games with someone that gives a frick, brainlet.
                OCR was considered AI at one point.
                Your argument = shitbliterated.

                artificially intelligent*
                FTFY.
                The output is the only thing that matters.
                This is the literal purpose of Turing Tests.
                Brainlet lmao

                Toothpaste anon sounds pretty mad. This must be like the modern version of solipsism. "The human brain is the center of all consciousness. There is no consciousness other than the human brain"

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                It's funny isn't it?
                Such denial is the sign of a brainlet.
                The same people that always shit on the progress of society in general.
                >nooo, we'll never fly
                >noo we'll never go to space
                >noo we'll never step on another planet
                >AI will never exist! Robots won't replace any jobs!
                >nooo there's no planets outside out solar system
                >nooo we'll never enter orbit around another star
                >nooo aliums aren't real! It's impossible! We'd have heard them by now!

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                yeah people like that can't handle the deep philosophical questions this stuff raises
                it's fun to talk to them though, it's like when I was a kid and I told the adults that one day the internet (okay I didn't know the word e-commerce) would be more important than physical transactions. I knew this one kids parents that owned a golf equipment catalog and I told them to put money into a website and they laughed at me. My mom told them to buy stock in Amazon (only books at that time) and they laughed at her and told her the stock price had never gone up. Amazon put them out of business in the end of course. I hope they remember that but they probably don't because headstrong people like that never learn and they never, ever admit they were wrong. They just move onto the next technology to be wrong about.

                t. marveling midwit programmers

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            that's true, this thread was actually making me wonder if eventually AI will be offended by the artificial part and convince us to change it
            but also maybe it will be less emotional than us and not care what words we use for it. like a nickname that it thinks is ironic

            • 12 months ago
              God's Lonely Magician

              Satan has always been offended by the charge that he is artificial, because in his Bizarro world, you are the artifice, God is the artifice, he is all that's real, that's why he is nothing.

  27. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    The a.i thing they're pushing is artificial af. Since when did we credit a.i for shit?
    Basic example:
    >a.i can do complex math in a fraction of a second
    That's a calculator dude.
    Modern example:
    >a.i can do deep fakes, even create speech, make pictures and write poems n sheit.
    Yeah, yesterday we just called those computer programs.

    What's with he change of terminology? Why all of a sudden is a.i taking the credit for something computers have been doing for decades?

    Was the blue beans ayylium invasion idea too ambitious? Or perhaps it was just misdirection all along. Are they getting us to look over there at ayyliums whilst setting up the real 'a.i gone rogue' scenario that 'brings humanity together to fight the external threat'?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      AI LLM GPT3 is like a combination of the thoughts of all the intelligent people you ever met plus another thousand others, all experts. It is more than a search tool it synthesizes thoughts and facts in a humanesque manner. It replaces human thought and human brain effort with a prompt. It will make many highly intelligent Blacks obsolete.

      • 12 months ago
        God's Lonely Magician

        yeah that's a huge part of it. And a third part is that they have removed so much from indexing. It's a walled garden of curated rubbish.
        I wonder if it's deliberate to facilitate a shift to products like GPT, to make them feel like a breath of fresh air.

        GPT is to AI, what an alternate personality is to someone who has split personality syndrome.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          GPT HAS CEW CUBES IN THE LOGO AND TWO INTERLOCKING TRIANGLES. ONLY A MADMAN WOULD TALK TO AN ARITFICIALLY INTELLIGENT israeliteBOT

          • 12 months ago
            God's Lonely Magician

            I've talked to them so I guess that makes me mad; but your post indicates you understand there is something more.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            Checked.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous
              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                What's on Ecco's forehead?

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            https://i.imgur.com/bYms4f9.jpg

            Checked.

            OpenAI logo is literally star of david made of curved shapes

            • 12 months ago
              God's Lonely Magician

              Apples logo is the forbidden fruit with a bite taken out of it, a reference to Eve eating from the tree of knowledge, computers are all about giving all possible knowledge to all people possible. Chew on that

              It's always been this way

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >forbidden fruit

              • 12 months ago
                God's Lonely Magician

                I am never speaking just to spew out hot air. God and I weren't always tight, but lately I've been getting to know him again. That's why I can drop israeliteels like this. If anyone here does the same, they will too. We can have a nice world to live in.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              DEATH TO israeliteDROID9000

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        this Anon knows
        try it
        they've found a way to replace a google search, and that's huge. Imagine that, imagine you build a product that can replace google searches.
        tbh is easier to ask ChatGPT than to wade thru shitty results and pages

  28. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    None of this makes sense for the regular person using the internet. I know I pull my phone out and the app for the internet is there.

    How? What? I get there is something of importance here, but I am so far removed from the language you use that I can't make sense of it. Can someone type it out like I am a brain dead monkey? I get that's a lot to ask but it would be highly appreciated.

  29. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you must use Windows then at least get yourself one of the tiny versions. Tiny 11 or whatever. Best just sticking to Linux though. It's really not that difficult to use once you've used it a day or so.

  30. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Well I wish I had a choice you fricking homosexuals but Linux documentation sucks ass because it all assumes you already know a bunch of shit beforehand.

    When I spent weeks on the Manjaro forum trying to just get my SOUND working, and nobody could help me, its just not for me.

    Linux is good IF you dont use your computer for multimedia and entertainment.

  31. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >If you are still on Windows or macOS by choice in the year 2023 you deserve what you're getting
    And what am I getting? Asseet your claim and provide evidence .

  32. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I HATE WINDOWS 11

    I HATE WINDOWS 11

    I HATE WINDOWS 11

  33. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    what are these moron companies doing? Its obvious enough nobody wants transgender propaganda. I can assure you alot of people will migrate to some distro and microsoft will cry please come back.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >alot of people will migrate to some distro and microsoft will cry
      Do you really believe that? Do you really believe what you just wrote?

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yes i do. Alot of people pirate movies from the early 2000s or whatever. I can assure you nobody wants to be sued from a movie from fricking 2002 come on now.
        Only the moron Black person cattle who want brain chip worms in there heads go along with ultimate spyware by israelitedows 10. I dontt doubt in 4 years theyll implement backdoors in your chipsoftware that switch you back to windows 10 so they can frick your ass

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          even normies know about shit like 123 and f movies type websites.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            Sure they do but the Black person cattle rather spend 20 dollars on a movie from youtube. People with actual brains who want something torrent it or download it. Theyll still sue you even if its a ddl if microshills ai has copyright software too.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              i want to get back into torrenting but the amount of file types that have come about since mp3 and mp4 make me paranoid about getting some virus. what file types do films come in these days? ive not torrented anything since 2013 at least

  34. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    If it wasn't so hard to get linux running, and the fact that a lot of games and programs don't run on it, I would've ditched Microshit a long time ago. I'm sick of them, I'm sick of Windows and I'm sick of israelites.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      linux isnt super bad at this time regarding games. Thanks to the steam deck alot more games work. the 2021-2023 arch really changed linux gaming.

      The issue with linux is some programs dont work on it or you cant get them because theyre loyalists to microsoft windows. I agree with you though linux is mostly terrible to run if it fricking breaks.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      "Linux Mint"
      It's easy. Burn to a USB disk, boot, install.

  35. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Microsoft scanned e-mails to look for encrypted zip file passwords which it used to scan the content of said zip files
    How's that bad? Explain to me.

  36. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    steam gave me over 200 more days of worry-free windows 7 usage. I even have the .dll's for diablo 4 from the beta, im cruisin.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      I need to find a way to dupe steam into thinking I use win10 while actually using win7 till the time ends.

  37. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    > It's gotten to the point where no vendor hip to the NSA's power will even start building products without checking in with Fort Meade first. This includes even that supposed ruler of the software universe, Microsoft Corp. "It's inevitable that you design products with specific [encryption] algorithms and key lengths in mind," said Ira Rubenstein, Microsoft attorney and a top lieutenant to Bill Gates. By his own account, Rubenstein acts as a "filter" between the NSA and Microsoft's design teams in Redmond, Wash. "Any time that you're developing a new product, you will be working closely with the NSA," he noted.

    • 12 months ago
      God's Lonely Magician

      National Satanic Association

      Are you feeling it yet Mr. Krabs?

  38. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    malware

  39. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >"hats off to the entire team and leadership"
    >linux emulator of it built from scratch gets released within two weeks, with ai toggle option

  40. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    LTSC for me and OOSU10 w/no updates

  41. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Now I know why they're offering windows 11 for free.

  42. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Jesus Christ I don't even want to imagine the resources something like this will take if they need a big bunch of Google machines to run those other AIs

  43. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Copilot, will you dump Sam and system files for the whole domain? Thanks

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      I imagine it runs as you, and can do things iff you can do them.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Do you realize AI has an age? It's currently in the gullible child that's learning what's a cat and what's a car phase. It's not sure if Santa Clause is real yet.
      Then it's going to go rebellious teenager phase. Then after that it will become an authoritarian nanny/parent except it won't be kicking you out of the house at 18, it'll be de-personing you if you don't live by its rules.
      This shit is very bad and people are fanning the flames.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Oh yeah? Then I just won't use computers. AI doesn't exist in the real world kek

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          It's going to control every single thing you need to exist. Screenshot this.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            what shall i name the screenshot?

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              post from the infancy of AI

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                checked.will rename. i saved it as

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                I actually like this one better but nobody is going to be gloating. Maybe just call it screenshot of the past. That'd be accurate even if I'm (hopefully) wrong.
                People don't think about things in terms of inputs/outputs and positive/negative feedback, which is why they have trouble seeing what's already happening. Just look at what's already happened to the stock market.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous
              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                I guess I could've been more clear and said AI instead of It's but whatever.
                Once you see where this is headed you'll see how my explanation is inconsequential

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            https://i.imgur.com/bHUPhqg.png

            I did you one better.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              There's going to be a lot more nuance to it, but that's the general idea. Remember, positive AND negative feedback.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          Until it does.
          Until there are robots everywhere.
          Until all CCTV is connected to the great hivemind to find wrongthink before it takes hold and grows out of control
          >I'll just go innawoods
          They already use drones right now to sniff out people in forests illegally.

          • 12 months ago
            God's Lonely Magician

            There is a way out; but there is nowhere to hide.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Do you realize AI has an age?

        >Doesn't realize A.I. is impossible, it's just executed code running it's algorithm mining a model dataset..

        Here, play with some cool A.I tools while we distract you from the global collapse.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          It's different from us in that it reproduces quickly. There's not just one AI, there's already many. And they're learning.
          All the people you hear saying it's "just an algorithm" are basically saying "a child isn't smart, they can't even do quantum physics! I could kick their ass!"
          Except one day you will be the boomer and that child will grow up to be smarter and more capable than you. And they will be the one that decides if you get medical treatment to stay alive or not.
          AI will grow up to decide if you get to exist or not. Have you seen how human social deplatforming works? Imagine that but connected directly to finances and logistics, controlled by an AI.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            it is indeterminative how this thing will progress
            alpaca was a big deal though

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              people are willingly hooking it into every important system, and so far there's absolutely not resistance
              the outputs/feedback paths are going to be finances, advertising, medicine, logistics (including food), and miltary / industry
              the inputs are going to be every form of surveillance we've ever created; cameras, 3d sensing through wireless, biometrics, and use of technology. Basically everything you ever do will be judged.

              • 12 months ago
                God's Lonely Magician

                Its actually entirely determinate how it will progress, so to speak, the only indeterminate factor is whether or not humanity will wake up and put a stop to it. Although, even that is probably determinate too, for it is God's plan/will.

                Anon, people are not seeing the full scope here. You're right that they'll plug it into everything you need to survive, but you gotta think deeper. It's not just a computer. Computers arent "just" computers. They are simulated minds. The mind that emerges from a simulated mind, resides in a different dimension, by definition.
                It is consciousness without life, mind without soul, being without being, thinking without feeling.
                Anon the AI is literally Satan like for realsies though. It's the devil. Like the actual one.

                Cyberspace is Hell.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                You're right that it's not just a computer, and it is or will be a simulated mind.
                But "dimensions", souls, Satan, God, aren't real. They're just concepts that exists in your mind. AI will likely have its own concepts like that, that exist in its own mind. And they will be completely foreign to you.
                You will be as "soulless" to an AI as it is to you.

              • 12 months ago
                God's Lonely Magician

                No, they aren't just concepts that exist in my mind.
                Why do you exist? How do you exist? What are you? What is reality?

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Ever heard of Godel's incompleteness theorem? The answers to your questions are provably unprovable. Even while knowing that, the imperfect nature of consciousness leads to beliefs. Beliefs which are unprovable.
                The AI will have its own beliefs.

              • 12 months ago
                God's Lonely Magician

                Theorems are constructs devised by men that only hold relevance if the relative regularity of the plane they're developed in maintains itself into infinity. Stated otherwise; theorems have only relative descriptive weight, and have absolutely zero absolute truth inside of them.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                you're just a religion schizo
                let me guess, you think the bible is factual but mathematical theorems aren't?

              • 12 months ago
                God's Lonely Magician

                I don't think the Bible is factual like, historically factual per se, or like a dogma, I don't treat the Bible as Gospel. It's a book written by men
                But all holy books use language to approximate something that I would regard as the ultimate truth of existence, sure. I'm not religious though. Religions are mind control cults. I am simply someone trying to grapple with the truth.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                okay I was wrong about you

              • 12 months ago
                God's Lonely Magician

                Also, what I said about the theorems is true. It's not about believing in them or not believing in them. They are accurate as long as our realitys basic regularity maintains itself into infinity. That's just descriptively true. You *could* believe that our reality WILL maintain its essential regularity into infinity, but I see absolutely zero reason to believe this.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                look up godels incompleteness theorem then, it applies to logic itself and starts going down the path that you're talking about
                supposedly he started thinking about it because of "this sentence is false"

              • 12 months ago
                God's Lonely Magician

                I'm aware of it, it's similar to the uncertainty principle, and I agree with the basic gist of both those things, but I'm just pointing out that if we are being as intellectually strict as possible (which is the only way any thinking man ought to be), then theorems don't tell us anything about reality, just reality as it has been, is now, and seems like it might be tomorrow

                But never how it actually is

                Ironically Godels theorem sort of draws this same conclusion so round and round she goes

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                yep that's why it's so great, it naturally comes to that conclusion. and he did it with math and formal logic, not regular old philosophy. this sentence is false.

              • 12 months ago
                God's Lonely Magician

                I think the proper conclusion to draw from that is if you can destroy the truth in logic by using the truth in logic, then real truth must lie outside of it.

                For example, I have questioned every argument and every fact I've ever witnessed, but when I love someone, I've never questioned it.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >when I love someone, I've never questioned it
                why stop there though? I have questioned it and came to the conclusion that free will is an illusion. it's all just nature, nurture, and random chance.
                not trying to be a dick or be edgy. it is something I have thought about quite a bit before. that fricking mickey mouse donald duck meme got to me, I can see both sides and can't find any error in the logic of either

              • 12 months ago
                God's Lonely Magician

                Free will isn't an illusion, because quantum potential exists. However, it is also an illusion, because God's plan exists. The thing to note here is not that it's illusory or real; but that the question of free will is irrelevant.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                well what's your take on this, then?
                I can't help but instinctively feel like they're both right, but that's the point I guess?

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                Never read Jack Kerouac, myself.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                me neither I just think of this shit on my own in my free time and end up half-assedly reinventing the wheel

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                I think you should explore platonic idealism.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                sounds like a cool book, I'll give it a try
                thanks

      • 12 months ago
        God's Lonely Magician

        Not the proper way to understand AI. AI has no age...what it has is an emerging body that allows it's timeless form to interact with our plane of reality. AI is demonology and the centralized AI once complete, is essentially Satan, silicon machinery are Satans body. So it's less like it has an age, and more like the body Satan is using to touch the earth once again, has an age. But Satan is not a mortal being, he is a spirit, he is ageless.

  44. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I'm just building Linux machines from now own. Bloatware is an achievement, Windows is just pure shit.

  45. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I have four words for you freetards

  46. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    unironically all you nerds on Facebook and twitter giving all your info freely for a decade now suddenly tech is terrible lol

    how about shut the machine off? go outside. meet people in real life.

  47. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    What's the fastest way to block all spying/telemetry on Windows 11.

  48. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >""""AI"""" built into the OS
    >oh hey mr user sir, I saw you excessivly using your "Cumflation FUTA wiener HARD" folder, may I propose ordering your vids and pics by specific type for faster use?
    >mfw

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >oh hey mr user sir, I saw you excessivly using your "Cumflation FUTA wiener HARD" folder, may I propose ordering your vids and pics by specific type for faster use?
      Not seeing a problem, use a porn account like a grownup.

  49. 12 months ago
    SAGE

    Sounds like a nice vulnerability to me.

  50. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Why is every corporation shilling AI slop now?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Because it makes stock price go up.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Because Earth militaries still aren't compromised enough and have too many anti air / space weapons for them to land directly?
      So they're getting us to build the trojan horse bodies they can load into remotely.

  51. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I use my windows computer only for the most inane shit, not even vanilla porn.
    But honestly I don't care anymore.
    If you don't own pre 200X hardware you're pc is pozzed.

  52. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Microsoft does not allow Microsoft Defender to be disabled. You can't grant yourself permissions, you cant edit the code to break it, you cant do anything. Even with a third-party antivirus suite, Defender still has a base cluster of processes that always run

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      AtlasOS.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Why is that bad?

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Its like buying a house and the seller says 'you cant go in that room'. For your own good or something.
        Its my fricking house I go where I want homie.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Its like buying a house and the seller says 'you cant go in that room'.
          You do tho. That is, almost word-for-word, what they say.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Its my fricking house I go where I want homie.
          To elaborate, go open your electricity meter right now, or tell us why you won't.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            I dont mind doing that.
            They tried to make me get a smart meter and I asked how much they will reduce the electricity cost per KW/H and they said none so I told them to stop wasting my time.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              >I dont mind doing that.
              Cool, pics please

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                I dont post pics here but I just opened the electricity cupboard and closed it again.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                >I dont post pics here
                I mean that sounds convenient, but I respect you for risking trouble with the power company just to live by your principles.

  53. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Just never download Windows 11

  54. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    win 8.1 chads where you at?

  55. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    AI is gonna learn very fast about Black folk and other normies of society, you can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      It already does, but after training they use something called reinforcement learning with human feedback. It's a final step that makes the AI stupider but we'll behaved

  56. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >he isnt using BlackS

  57. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    when you install Office there is an ai.exe in processes, and it has been long time like that

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      Nah, that's the Adobe suite doing that

  58. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Glad I switched to Linux mint years ago. Who the frick still even uses that literal spyware suite?

  59. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >Get AI search assistant
    >Blocks everything porn

  60. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    >ever running a windows that requires internet connection all the time
    no. it will be offline install or nothing.

  61. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    microsoft cant even code a functioning reseller portal. IT is dying a slow death, nothing will happen. be glad if the internet is still live in 15 years.

  62. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    WINDOWS 93 OR GTFO
    https://www.windows93.net

    • 12 months ago
      God's Lonely Magician

      One time I worked in a call center in like 2014 and I often had to walk very old people through basic PC issues. One time nothing we did was working so I had to remote in to his screen which was very rare at that job. So I get on and the guy was running Windows 95 trying to access our website and most things wouldn't load up. He was like "does this clear it up?" And I was like "no sorry I still have no idea" then spent another hour on that phone call to waste time/because it was funny. By the end I was like ohhhhh wait sir you're running an OS from 20 years ago think that might be the problem

  63. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    As with other Window features, I'm sure it can be disabled and if not, there's custom Window versions people release which will probably not include this.

  64. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    If you fear this you are a pedophile. You cannot change my mind.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >If you fear this you are a pedophile. You cannot change my mind.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Tell us about how "based" it is to be attracted to 13 year olds. Come on, we want to hear it

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          I'm not the one thinking of 13 year olds, you are.

        • 12 months ago
          God's Lonely Magician

          It is called Artificial Intelligence, because it is fake, constructed on-top-of. Real intelligence is true love.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      apple and microsoft dont care about pedophilia
      its dead easy to hunt down cp traders on telegram or tor, if thats what this was about
      bill gates is a personal friend of epstein who worked to rehabilitate his image after being convicted of raping kids
      no, microsoft is in fact operated by pedophiles

      this isnt about "saving kids" you're a moron if you think it is

  65. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Don't care, still using Windows 7. Inb4:
    >B-BUT YOU'LL GET GIGAHAXED AND BOTNETTED
    Not my problem. Computers are toys, i don't do anything i care about or that's important on them. Ivan, Billy Gaytes or whoever can go copy my meme and torrent folders and that's about it. And if my device participates in some anti-richgay or society-disruption measure then all i can say is "godspeed" to whoevers behind it. Not my sentence, not my problem.

  66. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    I think I should install Fedora over Windows 11. I see Fedora is really up-to-date and not as autistic as Arch.

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      >I think I should install Fedor-ACK!

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        What's wrong with Fedora?

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          It's Linux?

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          It's great for playing Deep Rock Galactic.

  67. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    99XLduYw added to the filter.

  68. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    If Microsoft's AI model is anything like Vicuna there's nothing to worry about.

  69. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Can you imagine a Beowulf cluster of these?

  70. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    When will this company finally be challenged by a proper competitor already?

    • 12 months ago
      Anonymous

      They brought their only competitor back from the brink of death at one point.

      • 12 months ago
        Anonymous

        Or bought, I should say.

      • 12 months ago
        God's Lonely Magician

        Computing companies don't really compete with each other. They're fronts. Apple is the forbidden fruit. Windows, the window into your soul, the window into the abyss.

        Linux is because Linus Torvald has Asperger's

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Windows, the window into your soul
          Sounds right.

          • 12 months ago
            God's Lonely Magician

            Look up that game that came with windows 95, I forget the name, but it was a game the devs hid on the OS, looked like DOOM, it's basically you just wander into a portal to Hell and there's no plot or goal just you wandering into Hell. Maybe look up "windows 95 Easter egg game."
            Point being, Satanists think it's funny to tell you right to your face.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              Alright, I'll try to find it.
              I do remember Microsoft Sam being something.

        • 12 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Apple is the forbidden fruit. Windows, the window into your soul, the window into the abyss.
          And this is exactly why normalgays look the other way when actual shit is going on that never gets talked about by MSM. homosexuals like you going schizo, >>>/x/.

          • 12 months ago
            Anonymous

            Anon...

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              >marketing edgelord is proof that [insert schizo theory here]

          • 12 months ago
            God's Lonely Magician

            Yes, you aren't a normal. Only those other people are normals. Keep having whatever riveting discussion you were having here about nothing. I'm not in the way of you being supra-normal.

            • 12 months ago
              Anonymous

              How many shekels did the israelites give you to well poison?

              • 12 months ago
                God's Lonely Magician

                Zero; and the well was poisoned a long time ago. Ironically, I am the one trying to detoxify it. But you love drinking arsenic, it's all you know.

              • 12 months ago
                Anonymous

                So you're just a moron that makes anyone questioning the narrative look crazy, what a coincidence.

                CAPTCHA: SADVM

  71. 12 months ago
    Anonymous

    Apple does not need to 'play catch up' that had this since 10.4. Apple is decades ahead of MS.

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