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Sep
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awarded  Critic
Sep
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comment If RAM is cheap, why don't we load everything to RAM and run it from there?
RAMdrives are also available with a backup battery: acard.com/english/…
Sep
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comment If RAM is cheap, why don't we load everything to RAM and run it from there?
@blakev Your 32GB cap. Someone who puts 32Gig in, likely has no qualms about stuffing 64Gig in :)
Sep
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revised How can I create matrices of data in Excel?
formatting
Sep
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comment Microsoft Office alternative for Windows?
What happens after the 90-day period? The website and program is a rather unspecific about that part.
Sep
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suggested suggested edit on How can I create matrices of data in Excel?
Sep
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comment Cannot import CSV file to WEKA
Please copy and paste three lines at line 166 from your csv file in here. Ideally please also let us know the character-encoding and EOL character. It may be a field character-escaping problem
Sep
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comment If RAM is cheap, why don't we load everything to RAM and run it from there?
We are limited by the limits of the current consumer memory-technology
Sep
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revised If RAM is cheap, why don't we load everything to RAM and run it from there?
added memory technology-map
Aug
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comment If RAM is cheap, why don't we load everything to RAM and run it from there?
very interesting. It brings another angle to the overall discussion.
Aug
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comment If RAM is cheap, why don't we load everything to RAM and run it from there?
Nice. Yet even that 32GB cap is unfortunate :/
Aug
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answered If RAM is cheap, why don't we load everything to RAM and run it from there?
Aug
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asked Windows memory leak detection to overcome rapid memory allocation leading to unresponsiveness
Jul
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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
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comment Ways of recovering a missing .bash_history due to a 100% full disk?
@AaronMiller afaikt, it is a command summary. So no curl oAuth tokens and other 'sensitive material'. And yes the session was killed unfortunately.
Jun
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comment Ways of recovering a missing .bash_history due to a 100% full disk?
+1 thanks for the pointer.
Jun
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asked Ways of recovering a missing .bash_history due to a 100% full disk?
May
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comment Version control, file history and versioning for Microsoft Windows 7?
Thanks. But as far as I can tell, Volume Shadow Copy is the service behind the System Point backup/restore frontend. Am I mistaken?
May
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asked Version control, file history and versioning for Microsoft Windows 7?
Mar
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awarded  Popular Question