I'm sure that's sound advice. But the original questions remain undiscussed.
Is it recommended to defragment SMR disks? Or is it redundant...
Is it recommended to defragment SMR disks? Or is it redundant because the drive's firmware manages tracks on its own? If it does that.
That may be so. But how would the average user know that? All they see is 126.96.36.199 everywhere.
Latest available version is still 188.8.131.52.
184.108.40.206 hasn't been finished yet.
Kinda tired of all these architectural changes that break things. Especially plugins.
And judging by the amount of consumer interest and posts in this thread - it's obviously a stillborn product.
Mmm.. Best thing, speaking from 30 years experience, is keep the ink flowing. Print test pages every now and then.
It has been reported sporadically - and received few responses. And those responses indicate lack of understanding of the problem.
It's good they had to fess up. There are other issues I don't have time to discuss at the moment.
Any kind of DVD. VLC is incapable of rendering buttery smooth camera panning motion. This is not a copy-protection Disney problem. This is a codec...
Still doesn't play DVDs smoothly.
Since intel keeps falling behind more and more - maybe they should partner with TSMC? By 2027 or earlier TSMC will be on pm process scale.
I've got a couple of hard disks from 1985-1993 (~35 years old) and they still retain their data just fine. Granted they are out of regular usage...
Forums thrive on in-depth posts. And that requires a modicum of intelligence - something that's becoming harder to find.
CCleaner totally lost its way when it got bought out. What was once a svelte elegant tool that provided real functionality has turned into a...
Not sure a foldable phone is necessary. The less moving parts the better. And the folding part, the actual fold & crease area. That's so delicate...
No. Because.. More! If they can slip in another source of revenue, they will.
Not sure I'm interested in babysitting yet another subscription.
Because they are small, fast, cheap, and marketing pushes those qualities.
The high percentage rates can be true to the number IF you compare a badly organized & fragmented disk against a freshly optimized one.
Rather disappointing that algorithms determine who gets to show us what content.
They don't "want" these calls to go away entirely. 5.7 billion calls is a lot of money. And someone is making it.
IMHO returned results are fluffy, full of commerce and based on what other people search for in pop culture. In shorter words - mostly useless.
Yeh well I'm still using XP. And not likely to give it up even when Windows 11 comes out.
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