roonsmits

Lives in Netherlands Amsterdam, Netherlands
Joined on Jan 3, 2004

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  • You could use cloud based storage for transferring your files (only as fast as your internet connection), or the faster alternative is to use USB based storage, be it a disk or flash drive. Regardi ...
  • It only protects against hardware failure of a disk.
  • Ehhh how else dow you want to backup your data? Guess you're not asking your garage to to replace a part/maintain your car while you're on your way to some distant destination?
  • No worries, it will work just fine, since you can add other locations too, like D:\photos, or E:\my_naughty_movies, or any other location. https://www.digitalcitizen.life/how-work-file-history-wind ...
  • I've been using a whole array of Wacoms on Mac since the late 90s, never had a problem with drivers. Now that I've switched to Windows (since a week) I'm curious.

    Disabling Windows ink is always a...

  • Mac user since the late 80s (first Apple hardware and since 12 years working on self build Hackintoshes) but recently I have started to look into Windows 10 just. My new computer is a bit stubborn ...
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    The Wacom Intuos Pro tablet is thinner and lighter than its predecessor, so it occupies less real-estate on your desk.
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    No it doesn't, it still occupies the same...

  • Laptops have had HDDs for the past 30 years, there's noting wrong with Harddisks, als long as one doesn't throw the laptop around. they're just a bit slower than flash storage. I've been using HDDs ...
  • Hi Ben, A style is a collection of individual parameters. If you would know all values, you can recreate the style from scratch, so to answer you question, yes all individual settings can be ...
  • Creating a bond (LACP) from 2 or more 1Gb network interfaces, won't give you a throughput of the total sum of those interfaces for your client machines. Even if you have multiple 1GB interfaces ...
  • SMB implementation in MacOS leaves a few things to desire indeed. If you (like me) don't want to adopt SMB, maybe NFS could be your "new" preferred sharing protocol then? NFS has always performed ...
  • You're welcome. It is easy to assume that a Capture One catalog will perform fast if you can copy with 110MB/sec to the NAS (drag and drop to the remote share). But if the IOPS are way south, ...
  • I'd like to add something to this, just thoughput isn't all that matters. IOPS and latency are other factors that play a big role in the speed experience and performance. This article explains this ...
  • Will it run my favourite photo editing or xyz application. It'll be a matter of time before this question pops up as a new thread where someone would like to hear an expert's opinion if the new ...
  • Did you get one? If so: bummer, maybe you can send it back. If not: so what. You didn't loose any money nor performance.
  • The Skyport system operates on the 2,4Ghz band, and so do many Wifi networks. I had similar issues with my setup (5x RX600).  I'm an IT guy, so I do know networking, etc. After I started to ...
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