mhm, read that... it's a maybe for me like I say, already ruined stuff being impatient so I can afford to wait as the issue takes a soft approach to feel the situation rather than a gung-ho let's git' er done type of thing.
A lot of big companies do pretty much everything they can to cut CS costs.
Automated systems, big FAQ knowledge bases, links to questions in said KBs as the final step before submitting contact requests, and other barriers to reduce the amount of human time needed to handle customer service requests.
@CanadianLuke Is customer service still very expensive?
I tried (and succeeded in) posting five answers as part of a Winter Bash challenge (and I was the only one to earn the Bill Lumbergh hat on Super User), but it nearly exhausted me and left very little time for my usual review tasks.
@misha256: "I've never seen a drive that lets you change the 'physical sector size' reporting setting": Your Intel SSD DC S3510 is not a consumer product. It is a datacenter SSD. This feature probably exists for compatibility reasons in order to ensure that the drive plays nice in older machines. Enterprise drives of this sort need to be compatible with older servers as businesses tend to avoid making frequent system upgrades. — DragonLord2 mins ago
@misha256: "I've never seen a drive that lets you change the 'physical sector size' reporting setting": Your Intel SSD DC S3510 is not a consumer product. It is a datacenter SSD. This feature probably exists for compatibility reasons in order to ensure that the drive plays nice with older systems while not sacrificing performance in newer machines. Enterprise drives of this sort need to be compatible with older servers as businesses tend to avoid making frequent system upgrades. — DragonLord5 mins ago
While going over internet came across a weird post related to linux installation over at potato :
As you see over here the linus was installed over potato and it was running successfully,while digging further i came across the post which states that linux can be installed on anything :
Linux is very versatile, so it will run on a lot of actual hardware that you wouldn't think it could run on. Like calculators, for instance. Thus the joke is that it's so versatile it will actually run on anything.
Unlike previous versions, with Windows 10, the update through the Control Panel is removed. As made clear here, the only way to update now is the Settings app under Update and Security and through Microsoft Store.
The differences from Update in previous versions of Windows are as follows:
@Bob G4? You will need to, at a minimum, reboot the G4 once before you start to get problems
for the initial power-on after pairing, and especially during the first connection after pairing, it's fine - unfortunately, that doesn't mean you can reliably unpair and re-pair every time to get a reliable connection; in order to get that "fresh pair" 100% working functionality back, you have to either factory reset or have an OTA applied.
the first connection after the original pairing after an OTA or reset is pretty reliably good (but that might be because background post-update/post-first-boot stuff is keeping the CPU at higher clocks)