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asked Sending data requests to an inactive router
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accepted Google Chrome - Did not shut down correctly
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asked How does a router keep track of multiple computers on its network connecting to the same IP?
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accepted How are Wi-Fi passwords sent to the router securely?
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asked Overclocking a nVIDIA GTX 660M GPU?
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comment 802.11n Wireless network link speed?
I just did some research and it turns out that the wireless adapter I have (Intel Centrino Wireless-N 135) is really crappy. Even though it supports Wireless-N, it really only supports SISO (1x1) which limits it to near-Wireless-G speeds. So now my usual link speed is 72 Mbps with an actual throughput of almost 30 Mbps, which seems fine to me.
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accepted What's the difference between an application, a process and a service?
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comment What exactly are device drivers and INFfiles?
So if a new device is plugged into the computer, Windows uses the device's Hardware ID and INF files on the computer to auto-install drivers?
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