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newbie

and noob
n. someone who is new to a group, place, activity, etc. (The opposite of oldbie.) I’m just a newbie, but I do have a question for the group. Will you noobs ever learn to read the FAQ?

noob

verb
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The layout has been rejigged and the corners rounded, making this a sleek, pimped up Pi, but for the same price as before - PS28 for the board, plus NOOBS installation software, from raspberrypi.
Once installed the user can return to the NOOBS interface by holding down the shift key during boot, which enables it to switch to a different operating system, or to overwrite a corrupted card with a fresh install of the current card.
Tampa Bay's Doug Martin tops this list of noobs after rushing for 1,454 yards last season, on a 4.
It's a rare achievement: enough detail to satisfy sim gamers, easy enough for noobs.
A semi-sequel to the Knights of the Old Republic Xbox games, set thousands of years before the films and with an estimated $100million development budget, BioWare's first stab at the massively multiplayer genre will pleasantly surprise veterans and noobs alike.
For GoW noobs this will be ideal but I'm thinking of keeping my hand in my pocket until Gears of War 3 this autumn.
Stop being noobs and defacing Pakistani websites, don't prove us to do something.