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Nano Adam

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    Nano Adam reacted to Vitamanic in Random Boot   
    So that's both scheduled maintenance and live tile updates in your start menu causing the wake states. Easiest thing to do would be to disable wake from sleep in advanced power plan settings. You can also disable automatic maintenance (though you shouldn't) or fiddle around in task scheduler to individually kill scheduled tasks that wake the computer.
     
    As far as why your peripherals aren't receiving power, I have no idea... I'd reset your power plan settings back to default and CMOS reset your BIOS.
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from Drama Lama in Who is Linux NOT for?   
    I would say linux is not for the closed mind people. As you have to be very open to changes if you are deciding to switch to linux, since in Linux you cannot be like: "Why doesn't linux to this thing that Windows has, this is stupid". Instead you have to be willing to change if you switch to Linux. Also Linux is not for those who rely on Windows applications that don't run on Linux, maybe your job requires the app, then Linux is great for like a second device, but for your first it might not be so great. 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from Wild Penquin in Who is Linux NOT for?   
    I would say linux is not for the closed mind people. As you have to be very open to changes if you are deciding to switch to linux, since in Linux you cannot be like: "Why doesn't linux to this thing that Windows has, this is stupid". Instead you have to be willing to change if you switch to Linux. Also Linux is not for those who rely on Windows applications that don't run on Linux, maybe your job requires the app, then Linux is great for like a second device, but for your first it might not be so great. 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from NZgamer in Who is Linux NOT for?   
    I would say linux is not for the closed mind people. As you have to be very open to changes if you are deciding to switch to linux, since in Linux you cannot be like: "Why doesn't linux to this thing that Windows has, this is stupid". Instead you have to be willing to change if you switch to Linux. Also Linux is not for those who rely on Windows applications that don't run on Linux, maybe your job requires the app, then Linux is great for like a second device, but for your first it might not be so great. 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from Nayr438 in .XML files?   
    The web browser! Firefox! and text editor.
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from minibois in .XML files?   
    The web browser! Firefox! and text editor.
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from kelvinhall05 in I need help pick a budget laptop   
    How could the MacBook be the far worst thing I can recommend. I truly disagree with that opinion. It might not be the best at gaming, but for battery life, it would stand out. A used MacBook is in OP budget.
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from zeusthemoose in Beginner Creator for YouTube, best Program to make my videos?   
    For beginners I suggest: https://www.freescreenrecording.com/
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from gdb123456 in Web Hosting Server   
    Make sure you are not on a residential connection, many ISP's block hosting websites from residential connections. 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from ToboRobot in Web Hosting Server   
    Not at all difficult I'd say. 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from Matt1632 in Wireless to wired internet routers?   
    Ah! Maybe usb to ethernet dongle, and connect to a switch. Since your phone is technically the router. Both iPhone and Android allow USB hotspot, but not sure with router. 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from Electronics Wizardy in Wireless to wired internet routers?   
    Why not connect your computer to your hotspot, then get a switch and let the computer do it.
     
    I used to do something like that, I think it was called bridge? 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from XeonRSA in What would you upgrade?   
    Ah! Thought you were gonna buy it! Then you are fine.
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from wall03 in Text not overflowing   
    When you boot into recovery mode on Ubuntu, you get the option to boot into a Live CD mode without installing the OS onto your system! 
     
    This is like an extra extra private mode.
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from GimmeGaming in I want to learn C++   
    I personally learned c++ from this tutorial (10 Hours Long)
     
     
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from Gustavo Dutra in Is out there some sort of a very big range bluetooth hdmi ?   
    The reviews should be able to speak for you! 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from TheSmartDoctor in Help me pick a laptop   
    I personally code on a very similar MacBook and I do my schoolwork and light video editing on it. Your choice has the same CPU as I have and the same display screen. 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from mikeschua5 in Home school PC   
    I suggest getting the Php 6000 and see if you can upgrade the hard disk to a ssd. 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from zeusthemoose in Home school PC   
    I suggest getting the Php 6000 and see if you can upgrade the hard disk to a ssd. 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from AMD A10-9600P in Home school PC   
    I suggest getting the Php 6000 and see if you can upgrade the hard disk to a ssd. 
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    Nano Adam reacted to SpiderMan in Anyone know about Mac Auto Startup   
    Most likely, there is an internal clock built into the SMC or a clock chip that knows what time it is just like there is one in BIOS. Just like there are wake up timers on Windows (Had an annoying issue that I had to re-install Windows), there probably is some sort of system in macOS. 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from Electronics Wizardy in Hackintosh {idea}   
    There is alot of difference between different ARM cpu's between manufactures. 
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from Daroogie in What to do with small SSD?   
    You could maybe get an external drive enclosure and turn it into a external drive. Maybe backup your important data on to it, and leave it at a friends house or something so you can have a backup of your data
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from HairlessMonkeyBoy in What to do with small SSD?   
    You could maybe get an external drive enclosure and turn it into a external drive. Maybe backup your important data on to it, and leave it at a friends house or something so you can have a backup of your data
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    Nano Adam got a reaction from panzersharkcat in using macOS on iPad pro 2020, how thin the new notebook macs will be, thoughts about arm chips   
    First, you cannot currently install macOS on an iPad. 
     
    Second, strategies such as virtualization should continue working since mac virtualization shouldn't go away. And, Apple said that they would continue supporting their intel based macs for many years, and many people have intel based Mac Pro's, and I don't see them changing them in a few years since a investment into 30+ core mac's is a big investment. 
     
    So, in my opinion, that many years of support could surpass 10+ years. 
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