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6 hours ago, XPerceniol said:

If you are intending to run DOS only software, or connect to pre-Windows 95 computers, you will need this second set of names. If not, you are simply wasting resources.

I need to see a source and quantitative measurements.  If we are talking 0.00001 second only when we SAVE a file from a "save as" dialog, then this does NOTHING for "resources" just to RUN the computer.

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7 hours ago, Mathwiz said:

Oops, I did it again! :blushing: I tossed out an off-hand comment that I didn't like the content at BitChute.com, and derailed the whole thread!

My apologies, but one statement made above deserves a rebuttal, as it seems to have started a bit of a panic here, and sounds suspiciously like it came from EMFScientist.org:

Uh, no. Some scientists (at EMFScientist.org) are pretty concerned about 5G (as they were earlier about WiFi, Bluetooth, cell phones, microwave ovens, overhead power lines - shall I go on?), but the consensus of "most leading scientists" is that 5G, like all those other technologies, poses a minimal, if any, hazard to our health. Those interested can read a good article (from 2019, when 5G technology was first emerging) about the controversy here: https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/5g-is-coming/

This is repeating the same debunked pseudoscience that the industry and government have been repeating for years: "Currently the only proven biological effect of exposure to EMF, even at 5G frequencies, is slight tissue heating"

Complete hogwash, mostly repeated by physicists who don't know what they're talking about, with no medical or biological credentials. Interestingly, also physicists who told everyone tobacco was safe and climate change doesn't exist...

Look at actual reputable, independent, peer-reviewed science - most of which (more than 70%) finds biological effects from non-ionizing RF exposure.

Now you are just spreading disinformation around. Industry scientists like to claim it's safe, and we're hearing the same types of claims that we did about lead, tobacco, and more recently climate change. It's the same BS playbook over and over again.

180 scientists signed a petition in 2017, warning about 5G: https://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/Scientist-5G-appeal-2017.pdf

419 scientists have called for a moratorium on the technology: http://www.5gappeal.eu/

The 2020 Consensus Statement of UK and International Medical and Scientific Experts and Practitioners on Health Effects of Non-Ionising Radiation, which represents over 3500 medical doctors, would also disagree with you: https://phiremedical.org/2020-nir-consensus-statement-read/

More recently, 7,000+ scientists, 4,000+ medical doctors, 400+ building biologists, and 13,000+ engineers (and a lot of others) have signed the petition to stop 5G on earth and in space: https://www.5gspaceappeal.org/signatories-organizations

Doesn't sound like "just a few people" are concerned to me...

More studies: https://www.powerwatch.org.uk/science/studies.asp

Here is a portal of 34,000+ more studies on the topic: https://www.emf-portal.org/en

Here are some charts showing actual health effects at what the FCC would consider "low" levels of radiation, along with the study the finding was from: https://bioinitiative.org/wp-content/uploads/pdfs/BioInitiativeReport-RF-Color-Charts.pdf

Consequently, there is a legitimate reason to be concerned about the 5G rollout: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0013935118300161

With all the manufactured doubt created by people just like you, of course, it's no wonder people are misinformed about the topic: https://www.thenation.com/article/archive/how-big-wireless-made-us-think-that-cell-phones-are-safe-a-special-investigation/

Lots of misinformation from outlets like the New York Times, as well: https://microwavenews.com/news-center/fact-free-hit-5g-critic

7 hours ago, Mathwiz said:

(Emphasis added.) You're free to disagree, of course; but this will be my final word on this topic. If you try to troll me, I'll just plonk you.

Hopefully most of you will relax a little bit about your new 5G phones now, and remove your tinfoil hats. :rolleyes:

Feel free to subject yourself to whatever exposure you like (and smoke those Camels while you're at it!), but you're not doing anyone a favor by trying to mislead and distort the science.

Could go on and on, but clearly, you will believe what you want to believe - cause face it, who wants to believe their gadgets are harming them? - but you can't argue with science. Well... you can, and are... but that doesn't change the reality...

Sorry, but I'm getting sick and tired of all the lies and conspiracy theories that are floating around... "smoking is safe" (YES, I still hear this from id***), "climate change doesn't exist" (YES, this too I hear), the vaccine has tracking chips inside it, 5G caused the virus,  the election was stolen, 5G is safe with no health effects whatsoever, Windows 7 is not getting ANY security updates, etc. etc. etc. Time and time again, people ignore the facts and believe their own version of reality. If only everyone could be more scientific and actually use their brains, and if they don't know the facts, admit it and do some research.

7 hours ago, Mathwiz said:

Neither do I (and thanks for suggesting PMPlayer)! The problem wasn't modifying install.rdf - that was easy - it was getting the PMPlayer.xpi file in the first place, since you must get it from one of two Web sites deliberately configured to make that task difficult, or compile it yourself!

 

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3 hours ago, InterLinked said:

argue with science

These days there's corporate "science" , woke "science". The real science is left behind . The first two have agendas : money , depopulation , etc . And history rewritten. 

P.S.

I really liked your recent posts .  

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15 hours ago, msfntor said:

No antivirus here, nono!

I don't try for now the registry settings... wait a little, please..

What about your RAM used (in MB), before and after DEP deep abandon please? To see this in the tray, I use Core Temp 1.11 ...

With my current settings:

Explorer taking up the most resources (lowered to lowest priority) and my print spoller killer off (and of course the task manager which isn't normally running). 11 processes (I started another process to take the center screen shot and why its was 12) resting at idle 0% ... which is a notable difference from DEP AlwaysOn and without the registry tweaks ... even if only shaving off a few seconds here and there I think its was worth it.

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Under System Properties -> Performance Options

I have (both) processor scheduling and memory usage set to:

Programs VS Background Services and System Cache - But I also allow the system to manage the page-file because I don't know what would be the best setting manually. Otherwise, I suspect configuring the page-file and System Cache would be of more benefit.

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Hmm I have 3rd svchost.exe running.. We have already talked about this.. but where?.

My explorer.exe has 20.64 MB

..and your RAM used (number from Core Temp)?..

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1 hour ago, msfntor said:

Hmm I have 3rd svchost.exe running.. We have already talked about this.. but where?.

My explorer.exe has 20.64 MB

..and your RAM used (number from Core Temp)?..

From; Run -> Cmd

Type:

tasklist /svc

This should show you the number of svchost.exe instances and what they are.

EDIT:

I only have 2 svchost.exe instances...

1st being for: Remote Procedure Call service (that I"m told is needed to run the os)

2nd being for: Audio Service, Dhcp, Network Connections, Firewall and Windows Management Instrumentation (which I plan to get rid of and replace the firewall eventually because I find it absurd that both [Network Connections and WMI] are needed to use the useless native firewall)

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Which makes me even wonder if I need DHCP or should I remove it?

Don't know about Automatic metric, Enable LMHOSTS lookup "ticked"?

I have better speed with NetBIOS disabled.

Please disregard the above - researched and answered on my own. "Enable LMHOSTS" is now not ticked and it has no affect on my host file.

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I am on w3schools.com to learn some SQL stuff, and the samples do not work in latest Serpent52:

https://www.w3schools.com/sql/trysql.asp?filename=trysql_select_distinct2

I am informed that it's because firefox (and the derived browsers) do not support WebSQL, so I find an extension: HTML5 WebSQL for Firefox (updated files found at https://github.com/Sean-Der/WebSQL-For-FireFox) , which claims to "Adds WebSQL support to Firefox". But it apparently does not work. Is there any alternative extension that I could try?

 

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Any update on fixing Bitchute? Now odesee is doing the same thing.

Is this a plan to block alternative media?

You can add imgur  to the list also
 

https://imgur.com/upload
https://imgur.com/
https://odysee.com/
https://odysee.com/@SaltyCracker:a
https://www.bitchute.com/video/GmFumUklxgGQ/

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