5 posts • joined 9 Apr 2013
It's all nice and fine that their making 5G but I find it annoying that 3G is pretty crap in most of the UK, let alone 4G.
It's simple, stop producing a piece of crap OS every other release.
So it's a library that supports A/V playback, but it also can be used as a virtual machine? What?
Probably not easily though, take the Acer C7 Chromebook for example. You have to mess around replacing the firmware to get it to boot Ubuntu.
There isn't a SMART equivalent, SSD's still use SMART. Although, my understanding is that some RAID controllers do not have the ability to allow the OS to query an individual drive for it's SMART data.
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