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comment Excel format cell with its value over another cell's value
Its just for easy "1 glance" reading of information.
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comment RAID hard drives and NAS
This seems pretty concise and useful. Thank you! :) I think I understand now.
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comment RAID hard drives and NAS
Ah I didn't realise there were two versions. I was talking about RAID 1 where there is redundancy. You're saying that I should be able to just expand the volume to 2tb if there is 2tb available?
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comment Ethernet and networking speeds as “500 Mbps Gigabit”?
Brill, thanks - I bought a pair of TP Links like in my question. They seem pretty good. They're going from extension to extension and they work pretty well.
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comment Ethernet and networking speeds as “500 Mbps Gigabit”?
Thanks for the answer. I think I understand now. I gave it to @wmz because his answer was a bit more descriptive, but this helps. :) Thanks!
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comment Ethernet and networking speeds as “500 Mbps Gigabit”?
Thanks for the answer. So essentially, if I understand you correctly, its 500Mbps from the source power adapter to the client adapter. Then the 100/1000 means that its 100Mbps or 1Gbps from the client power adapter to the computer/NAS/whatever. So the only reason for getting a 500Mbps 10/100 over a 200Mbps 10/100 is if you have more than two of them connecting at once (assuming that the speeds are correct?).
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comment How to test a WebKit nightly build?
Done see below.