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Oct
12
reviewed Reject Lenovo Laptop won't charge above 59%
Oct
12
reviewed Reject How do you uninstall Puppet from Mac OS X ?
Oct
12
reviewed Reject Multiple Dropbox accounts on Windows 8.1
Oct
12
reviewed Reject Firefox “Untrusted Connection” warnings when visiting reputable HTTPS sites when using child's account
Oct
12
reviewed Leave Closed Run box special folders
Oct
12
reviewed Reject Is there an App for Mac OS X that's like `Locale` for the iOS?
Oct
12
reviewed Reject How to use a Windows 7 Pro network share as a user's home in Windows 10?
Oct
12
reviewed Approve Default app on win 10 not working
Oct
12
reviewed Reject How to access USB flash drive in VirtualBox?
Oct
12
reviewed Reject Virtualbox - Headless start - connect via VBoxmanager
Oct
12
reviewed Approve Copying a VHD to a physical disk
Oct
12
reviewed Approve RAMDISK OS? Installing Windows 10 on a ramdisk
Oct
12
reviewed Reject File History keeps backing up entire user profile
Oct
12
asked File History keeps backing up entire user profile
Sep
27
comment Earthing: Is it important for laptops
@RespawnedFluff Class III and SELV are not synonyms. With that in mind, please re-read my comment.
Sep
26
comment Earthing: Is it important for laptops
@RespawnedFluff Fair point, although an academic one as all modern laptops use LED backlights. That said, as far as I recall, for an appliance to qualify as Class III, it only needs to be powered by a SELV power supply (which laptop chargers are). That does not necessarily mean the appliance itself cannot step up the voltage for individual components. It's been a while since I've read up on this, though, so if you can say for sure that Class III appliances need to stick to extra-low voltages, then consider my comment retracted.
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