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[edited by: Leosghost at 11:27 pm (utc) on Oct 25, 2012]
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SSD is OK for an OS ( as long as you have a back up of the OS outside the "box" ) but as when SSD goes titsup it has no possibility of recovery..it really is not a good idea for storage..
but as when SSD goes titsup it has no possibility of recovery
Whether it's SSD or HDD the strategy is about the same.
[edited by: Leosghost at 2:44 am (utc) on Oct 26, 2012]
His screen saver used to bluescreen my win98 box ... couldn't be bothered to look through his lines of code
efficace (<=can't remember how to say that in English for now
That was ages ago.certainly was..
I think it was called ChromaZone
and it was written in pure assembly
The simplicity and elegance of assembly is another reason why I think/hope desktops will never go the way of the DoDo bird.
What would make re-installing windows far less painful for the average user, is if so many items of software didn't think that they had to be on the same drive as the OS..
I read this article about Win 8, which surprised me. I've not yet had the chance to try Win 8, but, has Microsoft killed the desktop?