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lol, i can't say better off with windows; windows is a huge ballsack
if you use a stable version of fedora or ubuntu you should be fine
there are shady ppl in all walks of life, even a church or even , gasp, government
so maybe amahi is not so great, now you know better, don't use it
you use a hash generator to compare before and after copy
md5 i think is one type of hash, for example
the idea of breaking the file up into chunks is good, i think 7z will do this, then recombine after copy, and then check hash, compare
but first try teracopy, that should work
if not do...
after doing the multiboot thing i've decided to just use linux from a removable drive
usb 3.0 is more than fast enough and you can use an SSD in a drive enclosure for speeds equal to anything possible inside the computer, even the M.2 type (there are drive enclosures for this as well)
always back up
linux is about taking proactive control over your computer
some ppl don't really want that, or shouldn't do that
such a breaking update wouldn't be for a secure stable system, it would be first introduced in a testing system
my dad is a professional PA sound system guy, not sure what the title would be
he built, with my help, a pair of nice speakers from a very old JBL Lancer box set
new 8" PRV speakers with aluminum dome
8" passive radiator
tricked them out nice with new front grille, mesh
then gave them...
1. don't download anything, but if you do, use a secure downloader that automatically virus scans everything
2. don't browse any websited, but if you do, use a secure browser that automatically scans everything
3. don't ever click on any links in an email... but if you do... see above...
maybe generic usb video 'card', useful in some other case, so not such a 'waste'
obviously put linux on it, windows is only good for if your work requires it, lol; or video games of course
ironic that windows pros become linux pros because it is the best solution for the windows question, except...
it's called 'selling out'
partitions: if windows can't do it i usually just pop in a linux stick and reboot
pApps: once upon a time i had every pApp installed; then tried to back it up, nah. I have like 4 things installed right now on pApps... firefox, thunderbird, MediaPlayerClassic...
the beatles went to india, once upon a time
they communed with some swami there, a yogi or something
turned out it is all just a huge scam to get laid
the yogi teaches them and stuff and then it's like, hey, wanna learn the really fun stuff?
i can't even be bothered to type the words 'f*** t***'
so, sourceforge sent me an email a while back about a software for group video conferencing called 'jam session', i think
i forwarded to my dad who was trying to use zoom for that and it didn't work
i use windows notepad because it pops up instantly and is already on the default right click menu
right click on desktop, W, T
Video player: portableApps.com version of Media Player Classic - Black Edition
i usually install VLC as a default player but I forgot this time, for when you click on...
MS is just another globalist company, captured (maybe it always was, Gates has deep family ties to globalism)
same for google, apparently a CIA op from the start, or NSA; i get my acronyms confused
and of course Facebook
and apple? who knows really, probably though, maybe not at the...
i don't really like chromium, but it isn't bad, just not my flavor of tea
With (google) chrome and firefox you can increase your level of security fairly easily.
I use basic firefox and I just don't give a damn about security. It doesn't bother me at all.
I like the idea of it, but even so, so...