W dniu 05.11.2015 o 14:53, Mathias Homann pisze:
Am Donnerstag 05 November 2015, 14:25:17 schrieb
Łukasz 'Cyber Killer'
a couple of other old machines that I maintain
for neighbors, friends and
...how old are those? I just poked my SEVEN YEAR old laptop, and that thing
already does 64bit...
Good question, my netbook has 1st gen intel atom (the only one that was
32bit, wikipedia says it's from 2008), other are p4 era celerons.
Regardless of age, they still work, have up to 2GB of ram and that's
enough for an internet life of a retired 60+ year old who gets barely
enough money to pay the bills (and you can get such an old laptop for
OK, maybe that netbook is too slow for me nowadays, but on the other
hand I can almost fit it into my pocket and I use it only while away
from home. I don't see any newer 10" machines on the market, the
smallest are 13" ultrabooks that cost several times as much as I paid
for that old one (even when it was brand new). (not smartphones or other
toys, I can't install OpenSUSE on any of those :-P feel free to prove me
But anyway, the bottom line is - these machines still work and get some
stuff done, so why throw them away?
Łukasz "Cyber Killer" Korpalski
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