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comment How to check how old is a site?
Knowing about the Wayback machine has saved my bacon on more than on occassion and made me look like a total wizard on several more. Whilst many people will have heard of the Google cache the wayback machine is much more obscure
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comment Mac Mini won't boot and won't fix
No nothing, it was just normal downloaded software update so far a I can recall
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comment Why does restarting a computer fix things?
The memory leak issue isn't really that relevant with any NT based (Windows 2000 and onwards) or Linux OS. Sure it used to be the case for DOS, but modern OS's will recover all them memory a program was allocated, leaked or not, when it closes*. It's theoretically an issue for services and the like, but these are generally pretty solid in the first place. * Because the memory allocation algorithms these OS's use are not the simple mem allocs you might expect.
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