True, the only thing I hate about windows is the language they use.

"Were taking care of it for you"

"We are optimising your PC"

"Applying updates now, don't worry, it won't be long"

It creates this sociological barrier between you and the computer were it is supposed to be somthing you never understand. But don't worry, they have it covered and know what's best.

Anyone here happen to know how to get rid of VSCode's awful HTML completion? Stack Overflow didn't work for me this time :(

@Ghosty DDG, Startpage as a google proxy, SearX if I actually realize I should use that.

Last weekend me and my friend installed Mozilla 1.0 on his computer just to see what would still work and it started up and was like "Mozilla cannot connect to becuase it is an untrusted domain" and I still find that so funny.

P.S. Software devs who put all your software on a public ftp server, thank you. Its so much more fun to explore old software when you dont have to worry about viruses (that much)

Were can I find a list of all the supported custom emojis like :ubuntu: or :stallman:?

Chase :firefox: boosted

@Satan Really? Seems like it happens to everyone these days...

Ah debians giving me issues, oh well, this is a good excuse to install manjaro.

You know that moment when your installing debian for the first time and the screen goes black mid install and you think something bad happened so you sit there for 5 minutes only to realize the screen went dark due to inactivity?

@friend Yup, this is why I feel these tools are better suited in a "Mozilla Privacy Suite" or something. They all just feel like there pinned on to firefox for no reason.

Bernie Sanders:
"Massive corporations track, buy, and sell your and your children's exact location, 24/7, for profit.

We need a Digital Privacy Bill of Rights to protect Americans from this Orwellian corporate surveillance."


Chase :firefox: boosted

#Facebook is once again in the news for all the wrong reasons. A database containing more than 267 million user IDs and matching phone numbers has been discovered on the internet.


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