its button jerked like a nipple.
When I bought a keyboard with a Power button, I had to pull it out and put a tape across the slot, because they put the Power button in place of the Print Screen key in an easily accessible place.
Do you mean file associations by Metadata? (Which programs can open a file type.)
And those "gigaherzes" then?
So, those are my hard's specs -- now, I mean, what's the best to pick?(Krake, who don't!? )
But Windows 8 is technically an improvement over Windows 7--just not so much in the GUI.
In any case, you can try various Linux distros without harming your system in any way. I suggest you take a look.
...in any case...
LiLi 2.8.27 now supports :Fedora 20 "Heisenbug" Gnome/KDE/Xfce/LXDE/SoaS/DesignSabayon 14.01 KDE/Gnome/XfceLinux Mint 16 "Petra" (KDE/Xfce) DVDKali Linux 1.0.5Tails 0.22gNewSense 3.0 (GNOME)Voyager 13.10Gparted Live CD 0.17.0-1Parted Magic
Do you know how to set boot devices?
...refreshing a clean XP package would, in my humble opinion...
Quote from: ersi on 2014-01-15, 20:51:23Do you know how to set boot devices?No. I don't even know what that means...
Quote from: j7n on 2014-01-15, 21:30:19...refreshing a clean XP package would, in my humble opinion...What do you mean?
As soon as you press the power button to start up your "nettop", begin beating F2 button frantically. A blue/gray screen presents itself. This is called BIOS.
If you want to try other operating systems from USB stick, you will have to set USB HDD (in my netbook it was called this way) as the first priority.
Quote from: ersi on 2014-01-16, 08:27:25If you want to try other operating systems from USB stick, you will have to set USB HDD (in my netbook it was called this way) as the first priority.Is it so that the machine will start it at the boot instead of Windows or what?And... Is it likely that such testing could corrupt or otherwise interfere with the Windows? How does it work, literally?
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