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Welcome to r/Apple, the community for Apple news, rumors, and discussions. If you have a tech question, please check out AppleHelp!
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Event submissions must be a comment in the weekly stickied megathread, or will be removed.
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Planning on building a computer but need some advice? This is the place to ask!
Please keep in mind that we are here to help you build a computer, not to build it for you. If you don't know where to begin, start by reading the BuildAPC Beginners Guide.
> Rules: > > * Be respectful to others > * No facilitating piracy, linking to pirated software or tools to pirate software > * Don't cite rumors and anecdotes as fact > * Post sales & deals in /r/buildapcsales > * Use the proper tag when submitting > * Tagged posts, image posts, and others should be done as self-posts > * More subreddit rules
> Submission Guidelines
> Please read the rules and these guidlines before posting.
> Link Submissions
> > In most cases you should make a text submission, but there are a few reasons to post a link.
> > > Please do post: PC building guides, tutorials and announcements regarding relevant new hardware or retailers. > > > > Please don't post: memes, jokes, images, sales, deals, pictures of your computer, rumors, or anything that should be a text submission. > > Text Submissions > > > Most text submissions require a tag. Choose the most appropriate one, and type it in the beginning of the submission title: > > > > * [Build Help] - if you need help deciding what parts you should buy. This applies to both new builds and upgrading old ones. > > * [Build Ready] - if you have chosen your parts and want someone to look over the build before you buy it > > * [Build Complete] - if you have completed your build and want to show it off (this usually involves pictures; please use imgur.com) > > * [Troubleshooting] - if you are having trouble putting together or powering up your new build. You might also try /r/techsupport. > > * [Discussion] if you want to start a discussion about a certain aspect of PC building. > > > > If your submission does not fit under these categories, don't use a tag. If you are unsure which tag to use, message the moderators for help.
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- Guide to PC Components
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- PCPartPicker.com (How to Use)
Check the wiki for a more comprehensive list of resources.
30,465 subscribers a community for 6 years, 8 monthslast post today [+]
All about developments relating to the Google Chrome and Chromium web browsers, Chrome apps and extensions, ChromeOS, and Chromebooks. Post links, ask questions, find solutions, and discuss Chrome-related subjects.
Some things to consider before posting or commenting:
If you're posting a request for help with Chrome, please use this tag at the beginning of your post title: [help]. If you're looking for help with a specific issue, please include your info from about:version (click wrench -> "About Google Chrome") and what OS you're using. Also, such requests should only be done as self-posts.
Please don't link to blogspam, meaning blogs or websites that are simply re-hosting articles/information ripped off from other sites. Post directly to the original article or source whenever possible. If you are unable to abide by this simple request, or if your only submissions are to the same sites over and over, or to your personal site(s), you will be banned.
We welcome you to post links to any Chrome extensions that you have created, within reason. Posting the same links multiple times, or posting them as comments on posts that have nothing to do with your extension is considered spamming, and you will be banned for such actions.
Please don't post image-only links; post screenshots inside a self-post, and please don't post memes or imagemacros. Our AutoModerator removes bare links to images. Please use /r/ChromeHumor for comics, memes, and similar posts.
If you think you found a bug, please report it at crbug.com
|Other Google | related subreddits| |---|---|---| |/r/Chromecast | /r/Google | | /r/Chromium| /r/Google+ | | /r/GoogleTV | /r/Android| | /r/bookmarklets | /r/chrome_extensions |
Questions? Problems? Submission not showing up? Spot a spammer or a troll? Message #chrome and we will look into it ASAP. Protip: only reporting everything a spammer or troll posts without sending the mods a message isn't all that helpful.
85,566 subscribers a community for 7 years, 2 monthslast post today [+]
Welcome Computer Science researchers, students, and enthusiasts. The aim of this subreddit is to share interesting papers, blog posts, and questions about topics such as algorithms, formal languages, automata, information theory, cryptography, machine learning, computational complexity, programming language theory, etc...
If you are new to Computer Science please read our FAQ before posting. Your question might have already been answered!
Do not post questions such as "should I study computer science?", "how do I get an internship?", "what sort of job can I get after school?", etc... There have been too many of these threads; they bore the regulars and scare away experts. If you have a question like this, please consider posting on cscareerquestions or askcomputerscience.
cscareerquestions: Questions about jobs, internships, etc...
askcomputerscience: Mostly questions about particular programs or hardware, with some CS content mixed in.
math: Despite popular misconceptions, Computer Science is mostly about math.
programming: ...but we also occasionally implement things.
algorithms: Another computer science subreddit (our hated nemesis, we will fight to the death)
learnprogramming: Resources for learning how to code.
tinycode: Cool algorithms, tiny implementations.
Other online communities:
14 subscribers a community for 6 years, 4 monthslast post 2006 days ago [+]
Anything relevant towards advancing the future invention of computer systems mimicking biological cognition. Particularly, the paper of Papers outlining the methods of neuronal processes that cause a collection of neurons to bring forth "that thing in the back of your eyes" when you awaken in the morning.
11,203 subscribers a community for 7 yearslast post 132 days ago [+]
Welcome to r/computergraphics.
This subreddit is open to discussion of anything related to computer graphics or digital art.
Computer Graphics FAQ
Anything related to CG is welcome.
If you submit your own work, please be ready to receive critiques.
If you submit other peoples work, please give credit.
For more information about posting to our subreddit, read the r/computergraphics FAQ
Here are subreddits dedicated to specific fields:
Questions about specific software. We'd love to help, and please feel free to ask, but these software specific communities may be able to provide you with more in-depth answers.
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30,980 subscribers a community for 5 years, 11 monthslast post 275 days ago [+]
Unprotected directories of pics, vids, music, software and otherwise interesting files.
Append .nyud.net to the domain you have found the open directory on. This uses Coral Cache so the files are only ever downloaded once, and so the website doesn't die from bandwidth limits or the owners finding out their directories are wide open!
(please label adult content NSFW)
How to Threads:
3,041 subscribers a community for 4 years, 5 monthslast post 1 day ago [+]
A subreddit for anything related to Sins of a Solar Empire.
Must-Read Guides for Beginners:
68,477 subscribers a community for 6 years, 11 monthslast post 25 days ago [+]
> Subreddits /r/24hoursupport /r/answers /r/buildapc /r/computertechs /r/homenetworking /r/itcareerquestions /r/laptops /r/networking /r/pcgamingtechsupport /r/suggestalaptop /r/suggestapc /r/talesfromtechsupport /r/techsupportgore /r/techsupportmacgyver /r/windows
> Tools Software DDS (Startups/Diagnostics) HDTune (HDD) Hiren's BootCD HWMonitor (Temp Monitoring) MemTest86+ (RAM) Ninite (Downloader) OldTimer's ListIt (Diagnostics) WinDirStat (File Usage) Tutorials CCNA Professor Messer (CompTIA)
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