Windows 10: Is there a point in creating an image of your SSD and HD separately? Solved

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  1.    10 Sep 2017 #31

    arachnaut said: View Post
    If you want to go back far enough, I used to have a copy of Intel's 1970's CPU pricelist.
    If I recall, the 8080 had a 10 millisecond cycle time and cost over $100 and it required a whole board full of support chips (memory controller, etc.).
    That's when I decided to buy an Atari.
    I kept my Atari 1040St well into 486 era. Used it mostly for Draphics 3D CAD which made files compatible with AutoCad but was much easier to use and specially much cheaper.
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  2.    10 Sep 2017 #32

    All threads, even in highly structured forums like this one, all seem subject to the inevitable decay of entropy.

    As just pointed out in this very post.
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  3.    10 Sep 2017 #33

    arachnaut said: View Post
    All threads, even in highly structured forums like this one, all seem subject to the inevitable decay of entropy.

    As just pointed out in this very post.
    That's because we are all waiting for new build.
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  4.    10 Sep 2017 #34

    I meant to self-refer to my post, but you just improved on the observation!

    And I continue the marathon towards madness.
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