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  1. About: Application created for install Windows (XP, 7, 8, 10) form Windows and Linux (Debian), for installation it is better to use a mini bootable kernel (WinPE, slax linux, etc.) The program has its own disk editor, file manager, it contains the ImDisk for working with ISO, Wimlib for unpacking .Wim, .Esd images, and the patched libntfs-3g library for installation from Debian based OS. Disk Editor Mode: In this mode you need to run the program with the command / dskdt, you can also specify the program language with the command /ru or /en, also specify the partition table man
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    Hi. I'm usually a graphic designer, but I love to play with tech. Lately, I've been concentrating on phones too much. My old PCs were just always working, like troopers, until the past year and a half or so, and then its been one thing after another. I have 4 laptop issues... A Sony Vaio has a lid that won't open much (broken hinges, apparently) that I was using with an external monitor, but recently lost the USB functionality. It is a shame, this one was my favorite. A Toshiba Satellite with 6 USB 2.0 ports has been a champ, but gets way too noisy and I can't use it
  3. What is your favourite Linux DE? Mine has to be Budgie. It's elegant and looks amazing, and functions well on my low end hardware with an Intel HD Graphics 6000 board. Solus is one good Linux distro tbh.
  4. Maybe: http://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-and-canonical-partner-to-bring-ubuntu-to-windows-10/ Deja-vu: http://www.colinux.org/ jaclaz
  5. Having Linux access Windows 98 (for me) was a no brainer, but having WIndows 98 access linux is proving ot be a challenge. Can someone please assist me in this?
  6. Vintage Application Repository What is this? The VAR tool helps Windows 9x and Windows 2000 computers to get software easier. When the client has been installed, installation of another software is as easy as navigating to the executable, executing the following in a DOS prompt, and dealing with the installer published by the software vendor. varm install Firefox Just like apt-get. I have just recently started the development of this tool, therefore bugs are everywhere. The code is hosted at GitHub: Repository of the repository For slightly more information, please v
  7. why windows and other operating systems(linux,ubuntu,FreeBsd...) stopped at 64 bits.If they continued their innovative journey,are we going to see 128 bits windows,linux.and moving further,are we gonna see 256,512 bits windows etc.i think if they r there,then they would be faster.
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