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answered Firefox's spell check defaulting (and reverting) to the wrong language
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revised What is the best method to remove duplicate image files from your computer?
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comment What does load average mean in unix/linux?
I know a process running at 100% doesn't sound very "efficient", but if the process arbitrarily limited itself to use only 20%, it would take 5 times as long. So here efficiency means "optimal resource utilization".
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comment What does load average mean in unix/linux?
@Geek Because context switching ( alternating between processes ) is not "free", so 2 processes on one CPU running at 50% each will lose a bit of efficiency due to the context switching. Which means that 1 process at 100% means that process completes as-soon-as-possible in the process of completing its task, and no additional effort is wasted other than completing the task itself.
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comment How to boost system sound output?
"Most likely this is a hardware limitation" sometimes the problem is the source media you are playing has low signal levels, and its insane to expect fully pre-processing all media before playing it just so the volume is satisfactory. Also, a "loudness" filter at runtime could be nice on a system-wide scale.
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comment Access a ZFS volume in Windows?
+1 just because although I haven't tried the ZFS support, I've been looking for something like this for ages. Native SFTP mount support without having to pay some nasty big company? I'm all over it like hyenas on a downed water buffalo.
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comment How to recover file that is accidently removed in linux
Writing it from scratch will probably be the easiest approach. ( Trying to get it back from ext* is a nightmare, if not impossible )
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