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  1. It's just that Windows Backup doesn't offer as...

    It's just that Windows Backup doesn't offer as many options as Macrium Reflect. Although he was writing about Acronis True Image, Fred Langa has not fully endorsed the built-in Windows Backup for...
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    Nice to see Windows beginning to catch up with...

    Nice to see Windows beginning to catch up with Linux on this point. ;)
  3. What is the rush? Is EMET 4 not good enough for...

    What is the rush? Is EMET 4 not good enough for you?
  4. The Linux Corrections I feel are omissions,...

    The Linux Corrections I feel are omissions, although this is Windows Secrets we are discussing here.


    The article said "Mac and/or Windows". Then the the author writes about his experiences with...
  5. That's Title II Common Carrier reclassification,...

    That's Title II Common Carrier reclassification, according to how the FCC classifies Common Carriers. It has been suggested in many comments now before the FCC. The White House Site is striclty...
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    Yes, the similarities are uncanny. Also, the...

    Yes, the similarities are uncanny.

    Also, the Ubuntu Unity Launcher has an uncanny resemblance to the old Office 97 and before Office Tool Bar.

    What's old is new all over again! Good ideas...
  7. Well, OK then. A and B are available in modern...

    Well, OK then. A and B are available in modern Windows and Win PE versions.
  8. How very true!

    How very true!
  9. Thank you, Jerry. I will keep track of these...

    Thank you, Jerry. I will keep track of these recommendations as I move from Windows 7 to Windows 9.
  10. When I start setting up Windows 9, I will take...

    When I start setting up Windows 9, I will take note of everything which can be simplified and automated, and see what I can do to minimize the impact of maintenance on system usability.

    I have...
  11. If you like the default options, or are clever to...

    If you like the default options, or are clever to know how to program custom options, Windows maintenance can be ALMOST automatic. There will always be things like finding a virus or false-positive...
  12. Still, the OP wonders about the wisdom of mixing...

    Still, the OP wonders about the wisdom of mixing backup with non-backup content on a single external USB HDD. I personally would recomend against this.
  13. Does that also apply to WinPE environments on...

    Does that also apply to WinPE environments on rescue media? The Rescue Environment would have to recognize the designation, right?
  14. Corporations can be humane, but they are never...

    Corporations can be humane, but they are never human. Under the laws of the US they are treated as persons, however. :confused:

    As I posted, the camera the monkey used could be viewed as a...
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    What most folks use to get the clutter off their...

    What most folks use to get the clutter off their desktops is the Windows Start Menu. This is why such an uproar happened over Windows 8. Without a popup Start Menu, either the Windows desktop becomes...
  16. Fine, until you see what happens in real life....

    Fine, until you see what happens in real life. Content is not tiered in the logical way you propose. Different video streams of similar quality travel at different speeds with different priorities,...
  17. Connected Data Transporter

    Small correction:
    When referring to iPad and Mac, these devices use different Operating Systems. iPad uses iOS, while Mac uses OSX or somesuch. Windows of course is Windows, PC or mobile. The...
  18. I still see no reason whatsoever why anyone who...

    I still see no reason whatsoever why anyone who can install an OS or who can afford a decent Android Tablet would ever consider a Chromebook. The OS is no faster than Android, it doesn't boot up any...
  19. Speed (bandwidth) in many countries already is...

    Speed (bandwidth) in many countries already is tiered, so heavy users may opt for higher speeds while lighter users opt for slower speeds.

    Your Postal Service analogy gets things essentially...
  20. Ah, those Adobe Reader and Java plugins! They are...

    Ah, those Adobe Reader and Java plugins! They are not only insecure, but now we see they are not fully stable with regards to things like software DEP.
  21. The copyright can also be assigned to the owner's...

    The copyright can also be assigned to the owner's agent or to their employer. That may be an out for the pphotographer whose camera was used. It's company property, isn't it? ;)
  22. And that update BruceR so kindly eluded to has...

    And that update BruceR so kindly eluded to has other enhancements for Pegasus Mail. So it would be well worth upgrading.

    Currently, I use Linux, where Pegasus is not an option. I use Claws Mail,...
  23. Let me get my 2-cents in here. First, I would...

    Let me get my 2-cents in here.

    First, I would answer about mixing Backup Folders with other data in the phrase "it depends".

    If you have a hard drive which frequently changes data, syncs...
  24. First, I think it is complete rubbish to lump...

    First, I think it is complete rubbish to lump Cell Networks with landline ISPs. The Internet Backbone does not include Cell Networks. Cell Networks were assembled by the individual carriers for their...
  25. Actually, I personally don't find anything other...

    Actually, I personally don't find anything other than a few video streaming services, which I can't do in Linux. I'm just used to doing a few things in Windows, so I haven't set myself up to do those...
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