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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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comment How can I stop Outlook 2013 pop-up alerts
I am on Windows 7 Enterprise and the Microsoft User Data folder does not exist in this location. I searched the entire root and no such folder exists. OP is asking about Outlook 2013, which is what I have as well. Seems your solution applies to Outlook 2011 which is fundamentally different.
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awarded  Commentator
Mar
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comment Does RPM (5400 vs 7200) matter for a secondary internal laptop data drive?
Data is accessed frequently; application is on the primary drive but in all cases the data is some form of a file database (Lightroom, GIS) with a lot of read/write instructions going back and forth.
Mar
26
comment Does RPM (5400 vs 7200) matter for a secondary internal laptop data drive?
Good point. Yes, this is the Alienware 17 with 2 extra bays for internal hard drive. I think is't cooled pretty well but It is a consideration for sure.
Mar
26
revised Does RPM (5400 vs 7200) matter for a secondary internal laptop data drive?
added 4 characters in body
Mar
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comment Does RPM (5400 vs 7200) matter for a secondary internal laptop data drive?
Good point about WD. I had 3 of those fail on me. SSD is not an option due to cost. I need a 1TB drive. This drive will be a secondary data drive. My question deals with fragmented data rather than large chunks of data. Just wanted an informed opinion because I read that for certain types of data 5400 might be more suitable.
Mar
26
comment Does RPM (5400 vs 7200) matter for a secondary internal laptop data drive?
@joeqwerty - I am don't know all the technicalities but I though there are differences for different applications; number of plates, density, access of packed data at different speeds, more importantly access of large chunks of data vs fragmented data. I've read 5400RPM might be better in some situations - in my case I know i will be accessing highly fragmented data.
Mar
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awarded  Editor
Mar
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revised What is a “slim” internal laptop hard drive?
replaced SLIM with bold slim to avoid panick and confussion...
Mar
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comment What is a “slim” internal laptop hard drive?
@techie007 - in my case the intention to capitalize the word was to bring attention to to the word itself. I will consider bold instead.
Mar
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comment What is a “slim” internal laptop hard drive?
I voted up. If you can provide info that states with certainty that slim (in this context) means a 7mm height drive used in unltrabooks I will accept as answered.
Mar
26
comment What is a “slim” internal laptop hard drive?
Thanks! Nice to see a real answer.
Mar
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comment What is a “slim” internal laptop hard drive?
Thanks. I figured SLIM probably means smaller. I am not that familiar with laptop components and manufacturer does not state anything other than "hard-drive" in their manual
Mar
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asked Does RPM (5400 vs 7200) matter for a secondary internal laptop data drive?
Mar
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asked What is a “slim” internal laptop hard drive?
Mar
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answered Wallpaper in Windows 7 locked down by domain group policy?
Feb
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comment How can I send a Ctrl+Alt+Delete through Remote Desktop in Windows 8?
Good one! Thanks
Dec
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