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  1. A handful of colors in these shots. Very nice buddy
  2. Today only the airport. In another video Belgrade CityScene
  3. Very good Ian. As you know, computer is a being that aspires to be bigger than us ... and each one has their own idiosyncrasies! Hahaha. Cheers,
  4. Hi , You need to know what you are doing, right? That said, you can read the content of this website first: https://store.hp.com/app/tech-takes/hyper-threading-everything-to-know Soon after, this calculator put on this website will be good for you: http://www.gatwick-fsg.org.uk/affinitymask.aspx?SubMenuItem=utilties Best regards,
  5. No worries. This scenery was already a masterpiece at P3D. I see that now, for XP, Master Jarrad must have outgrown himself. As for helisimmers, Jarrad always takes this "nation" into consideration. Cheers,
  6. Hahaha... something impossible to change ... but we always gets around to harmonize, as it ever was ... By the way, a great set of shots on your vacation. Cheers,
  7. Great shots mate. It’s a pleasure appreciate them all!
  8. Wonderful coverage you did John on your tour over so beautiful places. I really appreciated the angles you’ve taken that shots.
  9. Congrats Ben! I always enjoyed your videos. Over the years, you have always been present in the community, especially the video’s one. Thanks for your effort in providing us great videos.
  10. Great video, but beginners should cap their eyes. LoL!
  11. Hi mate, To a large extent, regarding the use of the capacity of the C drive, it can be said that it is something like: 2.5 x 34.3GB (the latter is the size of Windows installed) = 75.5GB. Nevertheless, it must be taken into account that what is obtained from the nominal capacity of HDD / SSD is in fact 85 to 90% ±, in almost all media. So by making this small account with the capacity of your C drive, you will have the maximum volume you can occupy without losing the efficiency of your C drive. Cheers,
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