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Above average drive. Synchronous NAND.http://www.anandtech.com/show/8792/transcend-ssd370-128gb-256gb-512gb-review/8
Anyone know the difference in this 'silver' Transcend drive vs the black one with the Maroon sticker? http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00VX82PA6 BTW awesome daily Amazon deal. .27 / Gig
How would this compare to a Twin Frozr 4GB 770? Obviously the TF would get the cooling edge but what about raw performance?
I just typed GPEDIT.MSC from the start menu and this popped up within a second...
Did you upgrade to 8 and 8.1 Pro? Anyways, just install your windows 7 Pro from scratch, activate it and then upgrade to 10 using the ISO/Flash Drive method using the Media Creation Tool.
It's been posted a couple times. Trying to get it in the OPhttp://www.overclock.net/t/1516449/official-the-windows-10-club/4260#post_24246498
This is like snipping tool but on steroids, yet still very lightweight. The program is like 2MBPlus, snipping tool needs manually ran, this is a simple tap of the print screen button.
5 minutes of use and you'll never use paint again.
Save yourself some time...https://app.prntscr.com/en/index.htmlIt has been a life changing app for me. If you screenshot even a little, it's a must. Tap Print Screen, highlight the area and it has basic paint functions built right in plus the ability to copy the image to the clipboard, upload to their free image hosting site, or simply save it.
I'm going to post this a second time for those still wondering about Activation after fresh install and other FAQ. I've contacted OP to have it added to the first page. Things you should know: • A Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 product key cannot activate Windows 10. Windows 10 uses its own unique product key. • By default, Windows 10 builds are pre-keyed, meaning, you do not have to enter a product key and should not be prompted to enter one as long as you upgraded from...
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