Mark H

Mark H

Lives in United Kingdom United Kingdom
Joined on Jun 6, 2001

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  • Restoring to, or replacing, drives on the same PC should be no issue. However; and I'm surprised nobody has picked up on this yet... 'Redeploying' an operating system and programs to completely new ...
  • If there is a genuine need for high speed connection - then sure. But some/many people get caught up in the 'faster is better' hype - paying unnecessarily for speeds well beyond what their actual ...
  • It's difficult to see why a new router would make much difference - as it seems your limitations are primarily the length/quality/condition of your line. 6-7 Mbps is at least 'usable' for many ...
  • Replied in "2G" ?!
    Surely you mean 4G - not 2G ? 2G mobile/cellular speeds are a few tens of kb/s - and no longer available in some countries... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2G Whereas 4G... https://en.wikipedia.org ...
  • Maybe using disinfectant in some way could kill the noise? Maybe “...we can do something like that, by injection inside or almost a cleaning?” :-(
  • Ignorance is a lack of knowledge/understanding of the point - which is what you exhibit - when you fail to understand, or accept, that when two factors 'change' they can change in either ...
  • Genius. If I had, I would have produced it. Do you have newer data that shows the findings changed/not changed? If not, then the data I referred to has not yet been superseded... http://www.dennist ...
  • A facile statement - but par for the course. No - you're wrong again - and you are being mendacious (again). I've already said - I'm perfectly open minded to the possibility that things having ...
  • Nowhere have I said that 'nothing has changed' - that particular accusation is entirely your fabrication, your lie. Of course things 'change'. Unlike yourself, I am open-minded to the possibility ...
  • It would only be obsolete if something changed materially since, or there was similar testing since, which showed a different conclusion. Windows 7 is still in widespread use - Win 7 updates are ...
  • Replied in Nothing there...
    Sigh - until you produce anything better - it stands. Does it supply comparative facts, figures, statistics, independent and unbiased? Well let's see... ...of course 'it's a good idea/'helps' - but ...
  • Replied in Nonsense...
    Where is the equivalent/comparable evidence that the situation has changed significantly since then? Anti-malware protection of 99% versus OS update protection of 32%. To put the same even more ...
  • Replied in In context...
    OS security updates alone - 32% protected Anti-malware alone (with no OS updates) - up to 99% protected The difference in protection level was absolutely enormous. And yet, you in all your wisdom ...
  • Replied in Nonsense...
    Where do they explicitly say that? Unfortunately 'experts' saying many things, quite often without actual testing or evidence - just like many people on these forums. Where have they specifically ...
  • Replied in In context...
    Of course user behaviour can reduce risk/encounters with malware - but that factor is much the same whether OS security updates are there or not. The particular matter here though, is the degree of ...
  • That's just wrong. Security software is almost certainly the most important/effective 'piece of the puzzle' (and why even Microsoft themselves now include their own default security software with ...
  • A reasonable question - albeit one that applies equally to using any other OS/version. I can say that I have not seen or experienced any sign of security compromise, either directly or indirectly ...
  • You really don't need to rush to do anything. Talk of 'air-gapping' etc is ridiculous paranoia, and totally out of all proportion to any risk. To put things in some perspective - I have continued ...
  • As a generalisation - if the modules can all run at the same mutual voltage and timing set, then I would think that should be 'possible', depending on the motherboard's capabilities. But I think ...
  • With due respect - I think you are misremembering - I seriously doubt he would have said anything like that about their products with 1KB of inbuilt RAM. The base 1KB of RAM was widely recognised ...
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