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I program in C# / ASP.NET professionally, with MSSQL on the database side. For fun I work on iOS apps both in Objective-C and MonoTouch. I also still remember a lot from my years working with Lotus Notes.


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comment Are there any Windows programs to resize partitions?
I believe so: technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/gg309169.aspx
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comment Is Satellite internet generally as reliable as cable or DSL?
@MaQleod, I concur there are a lot of ways the connection can go down, and in fact that may be the only reason my wired connection ever goes down. But I could still tell you that it only goes down every few months or so, and only for a short while, and most folks would agree that's normal. If you've had experience using a satellite-based service, how does your "normal" compare to my "normal."
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comment Is Satellite internet generally as reliable as cable or DSL?
Yes, and Thank you :)
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comment Is Satellite internet generally as reliable as cable or DSL?
@P.Brian.Mackey, the space one - I hear it is quite a view from up there. This isn't a question about whether a wireless connection is better than a wired one. I believe that is fairly obvious. I want to know about the reliability of the service and service providers. We have a wired connection at work, for example, with a wireless connection as a backup. I've personally experienced more outages from telecom techs cutting the wrong wire, or cars hitting phone poles, than we have on our wireless connection.