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The Digital Edition doesn't have a disc drive, so you can only buy and play games from the online store. (So if you have any physical copies with a disc you can't play it on the digital only edition.)
It's quite the opposite actually. It's very chill and easy listening. Right now I'm listening to Dan Mason's newest album "I'm Not Going Anywhere" and I'm on the track titled "Burn." He released this track last month as a preview for the album. (It's also considered Vaporwave, most in this genre are...
I used GoDaddy once, but I prefer Namecheap overall. I've been using their services for about 8 years now. I feel that they have the best prices and it's easier to maintain a domain name with them IMO.
- 10 months ago
- Forum: Webmasters Heaven
- Topic: What sections of a forum have you found helpful?
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I always think the site feedback section is the most helpful. This keeps both members and staff informed of any issues that may occur, whether it be technical issues or issues with members. I do like the idea you brought up, and it's one I never thought about before. I might have to implement that o...
I've used Lubuntu myself, it worked pretty well on my Lenovo laptop. However since I like to hack the 8-bit Sonic games (and other games) most tools don't work on Ubuntu and only on Windows so I have to stick to Windows 10 for that. :S
I got an original Xbox from a coworker back in April so I can add that to my growing list. :P I've been trying my hardest to purchase a PS5, but every time I notice they go on sale they're already sold out. :( I only managed to join one queue line on Playstation Direct about an hour ago but they wer...
Hey everyone! I had to work today so I'm tired. It was a pretty easy day though, went by fast too. I'm not looking forward to going to the doctor on Friday though. :S I have a therapist appointment that day too but it's all virtual.
IPB has the option to make a sub forum a "questions" section, basically members can ask questions and other members can answer them. It's more like for support rather than the "Ask Me Anything" topics.