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Vista SP1 nuked my network file copies
Recently, I built a storage server for my LAN and migrated all of my important documents over to it. Even more recently, I built myself...
The Vista nerd rage feedback loop
Ask anyone in the techie community about Windows Vista, and they'll tell you the same thing:...
Remembering the Amiga's glory days
Time to bust out some nostalgia! Eight years ago, PC's were boring beige business boxes, and many computing enthusiasts got their kicks out of funny little...
|Samsung PM883 SSDs and 64-GB RDIMMs are open for business||0|
|AMD says CTS Labs vulnerabilities can be patched with new firmware||16|
|The Ataribox name is dead—long live the Atari VCS||15|
|HTC Desire 12 and Desire 12+ marry mid-range specs with good looks||10|
|National Ravioli Day Shortbread||17|
|AMD casts a light on its Radeon Rays real-time ray tracing tools||1|
|Tuesday deals: cheap SSDs, a 32" 4K display, and more||10|
|GeForce 391.24 drivers are ready to plunder the Sea of Thieves||3|
|Radeon Software 18.3.3 looks for A Way Out of the Sea of Thieves||2|
|But.... AMD clearly couldn't have fixed it, so we had to announce it publicly! I hope AMD or some third party sues CTS for being so careless.||+37|