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Comparing a 7200 RPM 3.5” form factor drive to a 5400 RPM 2.5” form factor drive is like comparing apples to oranges. While a smaller drive might have a smaller RPM, the density of the 2.5” drive’s platters is more than the 3.5” drive. Also, the RPM speed refers to the outer most rim of the disk. Not the core. Meaning most of the time you are using a 3.5” ...


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Just because the drive has better statistics does not mean it is faster. There are many things to consider. The biggest issue I see is that they are both hooked up to USB 2.0, thus making a lot of the speed advantages of the 7200rpm drive irrelevant. If the drive was hooked up internally to a SATA III bus then you would see a difference. Per wikipedia: ...


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Most efficient way to search is grep or perhaps ag, like this: grep -E "pattern" files Most efficient way to replace is sed, like this: sed -e "s/pattern/replacement/g" <input.txt >output.txt However, these methods require you using command line, not fancy GUI. UPDATE After looking into the file you linked, I realize that using grep or any ...


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This answer is based on my comment and provides ways to gather statistics which you can email to them. 1. Screenshots Simply put, make screenshots of your downloads/uploads failing, the error messages, etc. Zip it all in your package and upload it with the support ticket. 2. Ping the site Open a command prompt and type ping www.elance.com -n 20 ...



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