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To: Chartgod who wrote (110232)5/16/2024 12:06:46 PM
From: FJB
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Intel’s Thunderbolt Share lets two PCs control each other over a USB cable

Intel’s Thunderbolt Share lets two PCs control each other over a USB cable - The Verge

Why can’t you just plug a USB cable between two PCs, drag your mouse cursor between their screens, and drop files between them, as if they were a single machine? Well, you can and have for years — but Intel may be about to turbocharge that idea with Thunderbolt Share.

It’s a proprietary app that Intel will be licensing to laptop, desktop, and accessory manufacturers to bundle with new hardware. Install it on two Thunderbolt 4 or 5 computers, connect them with a Thunderbolt cable, and you should be able to share your mouse, keyboard, screens, storage, and other USB peripherals; drag and drop files at Thunderbolt speeds; and sync data between them. It won’t let you share an internet connection, though.



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Intel says you can also mirror one PC’s screen to another at 1080p resolution and 60 frames per second at low latency and with zero compression — and the PCs can connect through a Thunderbolt dock or monitor if that’s more convenient than a direct link.

It doesn’t strictly require a Thunderbolt-certified computer, mind you, or even necessarily an Intel processor. “USB 4 and Thunderbolt 3 connections may work, we just really don’t guarantee it, we won’t be providing support for it,” says Intel Thunderbolt chief Jason Ziller.



But it does require the app, which Intel will charge OEMs an extra license fee to provide exclusively with new hardware. Having to buy a subset of Thunderbolt computer or Thunderbolt accessory kind of limits the environments in which this might come in handy! Intel says you do get a second license with any Thunderbolt Share PC you buy or two with any accessory, though.

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To: SI Ron (Colonel Sammy) who wrote (110237)5/16/2024 12:27:32 PM
From: longz
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Try clear nail Polish. get extra hard one

What is the strongest clear nail polish?



Came here to say- Essie Gel Couture top coat is THE BEST. It's unbelievable.

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To: longz who wrote (110239)5/16/2024 12:33:51 PM
From: SI Ron (Colonel Sammy)
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Too thick, CA can be as thin as water. Thanks for the idea.

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To: SI Ron (Colonel Sammy) who wrote (110240)5/16/2024 12:34:35 PM
From: longz
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crazy glue

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To: longz who wrote (110241)5/16/2024 12:39:00 PM
From: SI Ron (Colonel Sammy)
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Too thick

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To: longz who wrote (110241)5/16/2024 12:40:40 PM
From: longz
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try it on one of the other damaged pens

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From: M. Murray5/16/2024 3:20:37 PM
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Using Tmobile for my internet is really working out well. I moved the gateway/router to a big window sill in my house and the signal got even better. My internet speeds went up to between 500 -600 mbps. This is clearly more speed than I need but as I am not being charged any more for the added speed all is good.

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From: hdl5/18/2024 12:34:33 PM
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i spend every day going through and deleting emails. i'm on aol email. i mark some spam. but, political - dem and gop - send from countless email addresses. i unsubscribe - but same as re spam - and often ignore. i am 6 months in florida, 5 months in ny. i get emails re place i'm not at. i'd like to suspend for time i'm away. i get loads of email a day instead of once a week. every few months i sort by sender and go through alphabet - hours a day a few days and delete hundreds at a time from sender. senders have 5 different sender addresses. i buy something and then get emails every day from seller. i get reading matter - re news, politics, stocks, inter alia. i read for months or years. then, the sites don't let me read more than a few lines of article. now, want a paid subscription. i installed an adblocker. now, sites won't let me read them unless i get rid of adblocker for site.

any solutions. thanks. i have posted a number of cries for help here on numerous things with no response.

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To: hdl who wrote (110245)5/18/2024 5:45:56 PM
From: Chartgod
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100% guarantee is DEATH ;-)

Alternatives :

I have not had AOL email since the year AIM came out I think, so I do not know that web interface and filters available to be able to set up and block.

Problem is also when you buy something new, from a vendor, odds are "all the lists" and traffic sucked in and resold with your email address.

Prime example? Any Dumb-Azz that does eCommerce on AWS servers = "it's free" YEAH RIGHT = building Jeffy's database of SUCKERS even larger... enuff to afford a few rocket rides -tee-hee-

Not sure if this helps > restoreprivacy.com

Last resort and kinda super easy, would be to snag a domain for yourself, then a tiny webhosting package and create a personal "to never send from for crap" and where you'd have access to spamassassin.apache.org

As then forward ALL to the personal, and access control to all filtering god, so far is doing out here...and odds are as you mentioned, "they keep coming back" you have trained IT yourself, and it will also recognize many reported by others also..

I have and do this on all servers and sites as well for my clients > configserver.com

As i can block out by country also = most of the anal-holes doing the spamming anyway

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To: Ken Adams who wrote (110222)5/19/2024 7:58:58 PM
From: Jerry Held
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No problems with it so far, Ken.

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