What is the purpose of the holes marked "Do Not Cover" on hard drives? On many hard drives, there's a text warning to "not cover this hole", sometimes adding that doing so will void the warranty. What is the purpose of this hole and why would it cause damage or increase the likelihood of drive failure?


Scenario - NTFS Symbolic Link or Junction? I like this one. Outside of SU, there are a lot of questions about Symlinks, Hardlinks and Junctions and their differences and possible uses.


Does a computer use fewer resources when programs are minimized? When programs are minimized in Windows 7, do they use less memory and CPU than leaving them maximized?

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