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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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asked Automatic lowercase renaming -Windows
Jul
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comment Synaptics touchpad: switch double and triple tap
There, I'm redirected into Synaptics control panel, which does not allow me to manually decide double and triple tap's actions...
Jun
13
asked Synaptics touchpad: switch double and triple tap
Jun
13
asked Bash-like autocomplete in Windows 7 “Run…”
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
8
comment Test USB-connected SD card reader
Thanks. Running lsusb I get some devices with specific names (among them, my wireless cards and other I don't understand) and three USB 2.0 hub with one 3.0. Given that I have a 3.0 and two 2.0 ports, I guess it is a 2.0 connected reader. But isn't USB 2.0 effective speed capped to 35 MB/s? SanDisk "Extreme" cards are guaranteed with a 45 MB/s speed, nevermind "Extreme Pro" with their 95. Is 35 MB/s enough fast for using the card by installing an operating system to it?
Dec
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asked Test USB-connected SD card reader
Dec
6
awarded  Scholar
Dec
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awarded  Supporter
Dec
6
accepted Operating systems on SD cards
Dec
6
answered Removing extended partition without deleting logical in it
Dec
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asked Removing extended partition without deleting logical in it
Dec
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comment Operating systems on SD cards
I've read some SD have wear leveling too. How do I know, before buying one, if it is provided with that life prolonging system or not? If yes, does that disappear if the card is reformatted an its file system changed? And about dedicated file systems, do they provide wear leveling solutions? Do they have compatibility problem with some operating systems/bootloaders?
Dec
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awarded  Student
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awarded  Organizer
Dec
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revised Partitioning a Linux based system
More tags (partitioning, swap)
Dec
1
suggested approved edit on Partitioning a Linux based system
Dec
1
asked Operating systems on SD cards