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Old 12-06-2018, 01:52 PM #11
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I'm typing this on my new machine.
Everything went really smoothly. This thing is lightning fast it's amazing. Thanks again all of you.
Congrats!

I know old time engineers at work who refuse to even turn off a PC because something could break. lol.
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Old 12-06-2018, 02:23 PM #12
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Haha my old man used to be like that. Didn't trust technology at all. My mother is in her 70s though and she's computer literate and has a smartphone. The old man wouldn't even touch a smart phone. I don't think he understood how they worked because they don't have buttons.
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Congrats!

I know old time engineers at work who refuse to even turn off a PC because something could break. lol.
I had one old timer at my last job that used to pull the power plug out of his power supply every time he wanted to log off.
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Old 12-06-2018, 05:32 PM #14
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My sister quit her job as a waitress because the restaurant got a computer cash register.

I want to catch her touch the keyboard just to move it and I'll yell "BOOM!" Lol
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i despise Windows 10 myself. every damn time it does an auto "upgrade", it takes me two days to get it back to working like i want it to.
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Updates these days are much better and don't mess with your settings. Turn auto-update off. Let it download updates, but not install. Then when you have a weekend away, tell it to update at midnight.
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