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Long Live Computer Building! Welcome and please participate. Thanks -- Josh
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829Hard drives have data retention problems too, but transistors are increasingly sgoldworldnet-September 2
828I don't know: I can't see any reason they couldn't create 20TB M.2 di-node1September 2
827Hard drives will be around a while still yet because of storage capacity. For vgoldworldnet1September 2
826I guess you could use a sufficient list of shares & drive mappings: NET USEi-node1September 2
825My now discontinued motherboard has a lot of internal and external ports. Also goldworldnet1September 2
824LOL. That's a first for me to see... "26 drive letters ought to be eni-node1September 2
823I don't download email, so I can't help him with that. goldworldnet1August 10
822That's awesome. His feedback on both should be interesting. Set up Firefox asteve harris-August 10
821He knows little about computers except his phone and I don't need to confusegoldworldnet1August 10
820I think that's a good idea, compare the two available operating systems I hasteve harris-August 10
819I've decided not to put XP on his box because of too many problems. He wilgoldworldnet3August 10
818I'll get back to Linux. Started XP over with 64 bit SP2. There isn't a goldworldnet-August 8
817New features in Linux Mint 19.2 Cinnamon linuxmint.com LOL... Just got throughgoldworldnet1August 4
816I just upgraded my workhorse guest from 19.1 to 19.2. 19.2 is suppose to encompaLTBH2August 3
815Thanks LTBH I got into Linux after getting tired of doing clean installs of Winsteve harris1August 2
814Have no idea about speed comparisons. However my I5 4690 and mint cinnamon 19.1 LTBH1August 2
813How goes Linux? Use to be a lot faster than Windows, but Gnome and KDE started gsteve harris1August 2
812On my latest build I used an old case and had some problems. Started regrettinggoldworldnet2July 21
811RE:Dell launches five new computers with Ubuntu Linux pre-installed Having Linugoldworldnet1July 19
810Sometimes the finer things in life are worth working for..... I don't know steve harris1July 18
809I think Linux would work fairly well for most people if someone else set everythgoldworldnet1July 16
808Great Josh. I didnt like it when Ubuntu changed the GUI from ver 10 to 11, but steve harris1July 16
807Got my sound working in Linux using alsamixer which is pre-installed. To start goldworldnet-July 16
806Installed the cards for graphics & sound. Also the motherboard has graphicsgoldworldnet1July 13
805Haven't decided on how to backup Linux, but Clonezilla & Aomei are possigoldworldnet-July 10
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