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    Glary is more versatile and less aggressive (at...

    Glary is more versatile and less aggressive (at least the free version is less aggressive; not so sure about the Pro version). The only thing I keep CCleaner for is wiping and torture testing HDDs.
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    It's like an extended free trial, which is good...

    It's like an extended free trial, which is good marketing on their part.
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    I was about to apologize for misunderstanding...

    I was about to apologize for misunderstanding your post until I read the last paragraph above. The first sentence was completely untrue and the second one out of line since it was not my intent to...
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    The free version of Glary Utilities doesn't take...

    The free version of Glary Utilities doesn't take your money and actually does something. Most of its functions can be done in Windows but Glary's UI is much simpler to use.

    One can always avoid...
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    Really? I find the free version to be quite the...

    Really? I find the free version to be quite the opposite.
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    I have been using Glary Utilities free for years,...

    I have been using Glary Utilities free for years, have been happy with it, and prefer it infinitely to CCleaner (I use CCleaner only for wiping and torture testing HDDs). However, other than some...
  7. Thread: New Macrium Reflect Updates by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: Backup and Restore
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    I agree that v5 is doing just fine (I have the...

    I agree that v5 is doing just fine (I have the four license Pro version). It takes about 5 minutes to image my C: drive (65GB on a 128GB SSD) and another 5 minutes to verify the image (I do it...
  8. Thread: New Macrium Reflect Updates by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: Backup and Restore
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    You aren't paying attention. An UPDATE is not the...

    You aren't paying attention. An UPDATE is not the same as an UPGRADE. MR recently issued an UPDATE for v5, which will NOT cost you. That was NOT an UPGRADE from v5 to v6, which will cost you. I just...
  9. Thread: New Macrium Reflect Updates by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 2,349 Views 478,070

    Methinks you may be confusing updates and...

    Methinks you may be confusing updates and upgrades. The recent one I received today was an update for v5. The one you have to pay for is an upgrade from v5 to v6.
  10. Thread: New Macrium Reflect Updates by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: Backup and Restore
    Replies 2,349 Views 478,070

    I got that one today. I was shocked to see it...

    I got that one today. I was shocked to see it since V6 out now. I'm waiting a while to see if there are any major problems before deciding if I want to shell out the shekels to upgrade my four...
  11. Thread: Is water cooling quieter? by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 47 Views 10,287

    I can't say for sure either but, based on my own...

    I can't say for sure either but, based on my own experience, ASUS' onboard fan control is excellent. I see no point in using anything else unless you have enough fans to make the machine fly.
  12. Thread: Why SSDs are obsolete by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: Windows 10 News
    Replies 138 Views 16,150

    At the rate my body is falling apart, I'll be...

    At the rate my body is falling apart, I'll be dead within 20 years (or wish I was if I'm not).

    Actually, the digitized versions will last longer than the original media in many cases. I have...
  13. Thread: Why SSDs are obsolete by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: Windows 10 News
    Replies 138 Views 16,150

    I also have 8TB of storage (two 2TB and one 4TB)...

    I also have 8TB of storage (two 2TB and one 4TB) but I have 34TB of backup storage (each HDD in my machine has four backup drives—two local and two offsite—and, yes I am anal, not to mention OCD).
    ...
  14. Thread: Why SSDs are obsolete by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: Windows 10 News
    Replies 138 Views 16,150

    I'm in the process of digitizing my life: my CDs...

    I'm in the process of digitizing my life: my CDs to both mp3s and .wav (already done), scanning my enormous book collection (over halfway done), all my documents (done), photos (all new ones are...
  15. Thread: Why SSDs are obsolete by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: Windows 10 News
    Replies 138 Views 16,150

    Right! As soon as they come out with 4-6TB SSDs I...

    Right! As soon as they come out with 4-6TB SSDs I can afford.
  16. Thread: Is water cooling quieter? by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 47 Views 10,287

    Actually, the term is variable resistors (aka,...

    Actually, the term is variable resistors (aka, potentiometers or pots), not varisters. A varister is use to clamp transients on a power line. It works similar to a zener diode except it isn't...
  17. Thread: Is water cooling quieter? by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 47 Views 10,287

    Thanks, Chuck! The 650D is a tight case for cable...

    Thanks, Chuck! The 650D is a tight case for cable management. It took far more "creativity" (not to mention a colorful vocabulary that leaned toward the cool end of the spectrun) to lay out my cables...
  18. Thread: Is water cooling quieter? by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 47 Views 10,287

    Thanks for the tip of the hat. To see more of the...

    Thanks for the tip of the hat. To see more of the insulation installation besides the side panels, jump ahead to post #134.
  19. Thread: Is water cooling quieter? by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: PC Custom Builds and Overclocking
    Replies 47 Views 10,287

    I love AcoustiPack sound insulation. I have it in...

    I love AcoustiPack sound insulation. I have it in my desktop rig and it does make quite a difference. Higher quality fans that run quieter also make a huge difference. Keep in mind that liquid...
  20. Thread: Why SSDs are obsolete by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: Windows 10 News
    Replies 138 Views 16,150

    MLC's been around for a while and has pretty much...

    MLC's been around for a while and has pretty much become the standard. As far as reliability goes, some older MLC SSD's were run continuously to see how long they would last and a few made it past...
  21. Thread: Why SSDs are obsolete by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: Windows 10 News
    Replies 138 Views 16,150

    It takes improved technology to lower costs and...

    It takes improved technology to lower costs and increase capacity.

    I'm surprised no one has come up with a solution using existing technology to create 2-6TB SSDs in a 3.5" form factor. All it...
  22. Thread: Why SSDs are obsolete by Lady Fitzgerald
    Forum: Windows 10 News
    Replies 138 Views 16,150

    Other that more capacity and lower cost per GB,...

    Other that more capacity and lower cost per GB, that is true.
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    Poll: Technically, those are not sliderules, especially...

    Technically, those are not sliderules, especially the second one. This is a simple sliderule (some could be pretty complex):

    13697
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    Poll: A slipstick is a slang term for sliderule. A...

    A slipstick is a slang term for sliderule. A slide rule was an expensive analog calculator that requires a certain amount of skill to use and wasn't as accurate and couldn't do as many functions as...
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    Poll: No thanks! Did you ever use a slip stick?

    No thanks! Did you ever use a slip stick?
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