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Post your desktop screenshot!

Discussion in 'Computing, Science and Technology' started by 4NewHop3, Feb 10, 2017.

  1. 4NewHop3

    4NewHop3 New Member
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    I'll let you guys start up the thread. My desktop has stayed the same since I last posted this, so I'll like to see what you guys got!
     
  2. Alex Dmitri

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    I only have a 2016 MacBook pro.
     
  3. 4NewHop3

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    Laptops screenshots work too! I only have a laptop as well.
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  4. Coco

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    Looks to me like you're missing the .jpg extension at the end of that link.

    Let's see, that should be your screenshot:
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  5. 4NewHop3

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    Whoops. Yeah, that was the screenshot. For some reason, websites like tinypic, imgur, and a few others weren't putting the .jpg at the end and I never noticed. I'll make sure to check from now on. :oops:
     
  6. Coco

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    My desktop PC, when booted into Windows, currently looks like this:
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