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Jan
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comment What connectors do USB 3.0 devices use?
You might want to put the paragraph "And in my experience..." at the top or make it bold, because that is the actual answer.
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accepted What connectors do USB 3.0 devices use?
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comment What connectors do USB 3.0 devices use?
In fact previously I had overlooked this one that indeed has the normal Micro-B. I found it only when I - inspired by your answer - searched for Micro-B explicitely.
Jan
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comment What connectors do USB 3.0 devices use?
@RichHomolka Did you consider an USB-A to USB-A cable "normal" before the introduction of USB 3.0?
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asked What connectors do USB 3.0 devices use?
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Nov
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revised Disabling Google Chrome Download auto numbering for existing files
I almost didn't click the link because it seemed pointless to go to the home page
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suggested approved edit on Disabling Google Chrome Download auto numbering for existing files
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asked How do I disable auto-accept for files received via Bluetooth?
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answered How do I disable auto-accept for files received via Bluetooth?
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Oct
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comment How to restore the default Google search engine in Chrome?
See superuser.com/questions/667429/…
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asked How to reset Chrome's search engines to default?
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answered How to reset Chrome's search engines to default?
Oct
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comment What does the number after 7-zip's -m switch mean?
See my updated question for more numbers. As far as I understand the filter (BCJ2 in this case) splits up .exe files, right? I am compressing PDFs here, so maybe it can do something with those, too?
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comment What does the number after 7-zip's -m switch mean?
Yep, I'd say somehow reproducible. I replaced the output with a table where I repeated the set. I noticed that with -m1 the CPU time is more than the wall time, so there must be some multithreading at work.