April 4th, 2009

Type, Computer

Computer stuff

I brought home the old Linux laptop from work. I had only used it to play music lately, I can use the Vista laptop for that. I play less music now anyway.

The Linux laptop is now in the home network, running Vuze. I could not safely disable the firewall for my Windows machines. I can with the Linux machine. It is connected to the Internet and to the download folder on my XP machine.

I bought a small 16GB memory stick. What's up with that? They even had 64GB sticks, though they cost twice as much. They cannot possibly be reliable. Or at least they are probably very slow. And who needs 64GB anyway? Perhaps if you have high definition movies, but who wants to count hair follicles anyway?
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