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About Mitko_DSV

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  • Birthday Apr 06, 1999

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  • Interests
    Computers, Cars
  • Biography
    Nothing interesting
  • Occupation
    University Student


  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-2600s 2.8GHz up to 3.8GHz
  • Motherboard
    Acer IPISB-VR Rev 1.01
  • RAM
    16GB DDR3 1600MHz Dual-channel
  • GPU
    PowerColor Red Dragon AMD Radeon RX460 4GB
  • Case
    Cooler Master Silencio 352M
  • Storage
    SanDisk Z410 120GB SSD + WD Blue 1TB 7200rpm SATAIII + Seagate 1TB 7200rpm SATAIII
  • PSU
    Seasonic M12II-520 EVO 520W
  • Display(s)
    Acer SA220Q 22" 1080p
  • Cooling
    Cooler Master CPU cooler with 92mm PWM fan
  • Keyboard
    Logitech Y-SU61
  • Mouse
    A4Tech OP-620D
  • Sound
    Edifier R1280T
  • Operating System
    Windows 7 Pro x64 SP1

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  1. Ah, yes. That's how I could run Facebook smoothly on my eMachines PC (Intel Celeron 466MHz, 512MB SDRAM, ATi Rage Pro AGP 2x 4MB, Windows 98SE&XP). I did this in Chome even, was impressed it worked (I diidn't change settings though, just manually typed "m." in the url). Did this just to see if it works at all, haven't actually used it for more. I do have to try it again, since I did this like 2-3 years ago.
  2. I use Telenor in Bulgaria. The current mobile plan I have is for about 21BGN (~ $13 USD) per month. I get 10 000 MB mobile data and I don't remember how much free call minutes and SMS, but more than I can use, that's for sure. Sadly the new plans are much worse than my current one, will keep this as long as possible.
  3. My main PC I installed Windows 7 Pro SP1 when I bought it and I've been using it ever since. Copied OS from HDD to SSD in 2018 and that's it. I haven't changed the motherboard, just CPU, RAM, GPU, HDD/SSD, case, PSU and that's basically it. It's 9 years old at this point. Also I'm using Windows XP Zune theme since 2013, that's why it looks like this.
  4. I kinda care how the case of the PC looks, but the inside I don't see, so I don't particularly care. My PCs sit on the ground, no space for them on desks.
  5. It is a thing actually. Very rare I believe, but it exists. Example: That is the only video I've seen with such quality and it doesn't even run on my PCs.
  6. I can't remember exactly when, but I installed different OSes from CD or DVD in 2020, so I guess a few months ago.
  7. This reminded me of something. This is from Facebook trying to join a group call using Firefox. They translated only Windows.... Out of all the words used here, they translated the one that should not be translated, at least it's funny. In Bulgarian "windows" is translated as "прозорци", the word, not the OS of course.
  8. @birdhumanWell... I don't think this laptop is old, but I also have two HP EliteBook 8470p, which are quite similar, but with 14" screens. This "mini PCIE has an adapter to switch to a M.2 slot but 2230 standard" I find interesting. My laptops have two mini PCIe slots, one for the smaller cards and one for the bigger, so I have one free slot (might be something interesting to try out). Both my laptops have SSDs in them instead of the HDD, but I've kept the DVD drives since I use them more than I would use the extra space replacing them with HDDs (full specs of both in my signature), but I don'
  9. Just checked - when I'm using English the ,< and >. keys are like you said (thanks for the info). When typing in Bulgarian the keys that are , and . in that layout work. In my case that is the Q key for , and the =+ key for . . I don't think the < and > even exist in the Bulgarian layout. I'm using the standart 'BDS' (БДС), the 'Phonetic' layout is different and I do not use it, so cannot comment for it.
  10. I either use the spacebar or just left-click with the mouse somewhere in the video player. Depends which is easier, for example if my hand is on the mouse I use it, if I'm far from the mouse spacebar is easier to hit. I actually just learnt that that is a thing. I mean I use J,K,L when editing videos in Sony Vegas, but until now never knew it works on YouTube as well.
  11. As far as I can remember my first memories with PCs are from our first family computer - eMachines eTower 466i with Windows 98SE. I used to play a lot of 'Tank Racer', but also there was some program my parents had installed from a CD that came with a PC magazine, the program was 'Drawing for children' and I used to play around a lot with it as well. The most notable upgrade I struggle to decide between going from the family computer with AMD Sempron 2500+ 1.75GHz, 1GB DDR1, AMD Radeon 9550 128MB, 80GB IDE HDD and Windows XP Pro SP3 to my first own computer, a pre-built Acer Aspire M1930
  12. It's almost 5 pm where I'm at.
  13. What? i3-2100 is Sandy Bridge. And 4GB RAM could be plenty depending on what the PC is being used for.
  14. @CT854@KatanaDV20I used to use Chrome only years ago, but had some issues with some websites, so started using Opera, then had issues with it as well, so now I mainly use Firefox on my main PC. There are still some websites that work well only on one browser for me, though that's rare, but I still have them as backup (sometimes one website stops working one one browser and only works on a different one, the next day everything is fine). Also I have Chrome on both my main PC and my laptop I use for university and are synced. Firefox I use on my main PC. That's the reason for the split - don't h
  15. @KatanaDV20 Well... I'm gulty of this as well. For me the reason is that I use different browsers for different purposes, just easier to separate for example university and personal stuff. Though I usually don't have more than two browsers open at the same time. Currently tiping this in Firefox and have an online lecture running in Chrome.