Back in 2009 I selected 11 of the best of my technical-help postings from the most recent 100 posts on my then website at kkomp dot com.
I compiled these articles into an ebook, with the intent of either using the
compilation as a reward for joining a
technically-themed email list of some kind, or just
publishing it for posterity to go along with
several other ebooks that I wrote or
compiled in addition to this one around that time.
This particular compilation was never used in either way, though, and got forgotten as it remained as data on an old hard drive. Years later that old hard drive was read again and much of its contents archived. It is only now; thirteen years later in April of 2022, that I publish it for the first time.
It has been a long time since 2009, and much of the information contained in said articles has become outdated: ‘Not all of it by any means – just some of it.
For instance, these days nobody in their right mind, other than someone who is well off and builds vintage computers for a hobby (I built ONE vintage computer as a hobby-piece in the past: It uses an AMD FX processor and 16 GB DDR3 RAM. It’s still working, and is standing by as my spare computer to this day.) would use an AMD Phenom 940 Black Edition CPU in their build. Neither is anybody except dedicated ‘fanboys’ making a big deal over using AMD processors rather than Intel.
* However Ohm’s Law and potential dividers will always be the same, and I guess that partitioning drives will always be a thing; even if not a done thing.
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