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  1. On a computer that already has 98, you will create a bootable floppy disk, or download one from bootdisk.com

    After booting from the diskette, select the boot * with * cdrom support option

    When it is finished mounting, it will record on the screen what the CDROM drive signal is, and run the SETUP software that is in the win98 folder.

    If this disc contains the Hebrew version (ENABLED) you will need to enter another subfolder (LOC for the Hebrew).

  2. So we came to the conclusion that 3D is "cool".

    And besides making it easy for old people to use WORD, it has no serious use.

    Say the same about the two-dimensional interface, you can do everything via the command line.

    Are you using Linux from the console or the first thing you do when you upload this windows is to open cmd.exe and put it in full screen?

    I didn't think so.

    If you are such a "tool" why not use such a keyboard and give up the operating system altogether?

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  3. What's the connection to it already in Mac? This does not mean that it is not useful but only that it is already done. The fact that someone is trying to create another three-dimensional interface means there is potential.

    Uses I can think of are more efficient file system management through 3D navigation. You can actually see what you have on your computer because it's just in front of you.

    Turning the 3D interface makes it easy for programmers who want to create simple software with a 3D interface (web browsers, Office applications).

    Moving from "windows" to "rooms" can be more intuitive, especially for people who don't really understand what a file system is (those who ask them where they've kept their document they answer "in word" and can't figure out what they're actually asking. Account on a computer You will have a room on the computer that you can log in and put things in, take your document out to edit it in word and return it to the room.

    Sharing documents requires no more than leaving them in the common room where anyone can see them.

    There is no way I can think of everything that can be done with a 3D interface, I have no doubt that people will already think of useful things when they have the option to do them.

    Okay, I'm willing to accept that there are advantages to this 3D display, beyond a nice gimmick.

    But already 2 pages you say there are advantages, but do not list them. What are these benefits?

    In 3D games the effect is clear - you can see space and it creates a much more realistic feeling.

    As for scrolling - well, it's just pure functionality, it's just easier, no matter how you look at it.

    As for the 3D operating system - beyond amusement and maybe some convenience (for example, notes from behind ...), I don't see any real use of it. When you work in an operating system, there is no meaning to the space, because you can't go inside the screen and reach the window further - not in this blood, anyway. If so, then the three-dimensional Windows that went around a few years ago was a lot more practical in terms of using 3D (it had a name, too, just ran away from my head) - it was a real 3D system where you can really "roam" the operating system like 3D games , With open windows appearing on the sides, front, etc. In this blood all there is is just a visual option to rotate - which may be nice, and maybe some people will benefit from it (anybody and how comfortable it is to work), but there is no upheaval here, and as someone has presented here before - it turns out that this already exists ...

  4. I haven't talked about games. The benefits of the 3D are clear. I talked about working with the computer.

    So first of all I'm glad you're aware that you can navigate the 3D world through a 2D screen.

    So basically your problem is that you are not clear on the benefits of a 3D desktop, as it is also what they said when the first 2D GUI came out.

    There are no examples of things that didn't seem helpful initially, but after getting used to it you can't do without it - just try using the mouse without the scroll button for example.

  5. Just a gimmick. Surely this is impressive, but who needs it? As long as the Our screen is two dimensional, It is completely unnecessary for all these net work effects.

    So you still play Pacman? After all, what's the point of a 3D game on a 2-D screen?

    I wouldn't rush to neglect the impact of the GUI on the convenience and efficiency of working with your computer, 3D can be very useful if it's done properly.

  6. That is, the number of particles in our final finite does not mean that there are a finite number of combinations to arrange them in space, whatever the number and type of particles is not a constant thing.

    Put some quantum and easily there are endless number of states in our brain.

    But - even if our brain can think about gathering options, it does not require that it can or should be thought of כל The options for the trial to be true.

    There is more and more complexity in the human brain to explain our abilities without inventing principles like "soul" or "God."

    If there was a deliberate hand in creating the universe, then it belonged to a schizophrenic entity with a sense of humor is very.

  7. Protons and electrons. And if you say then Quark - every neutron and electron consists of 3 quarks.

    But I do not know if an object can move six inches away. Maybe he can only move one atom.

    There are a total (probably) six types of quarks - with a typical sense of humor the scientists decided to read them up, down, top, bottom, magical and strange.

    Only two of them exist in the conventional conditions of our universe, the rest only exist under exotic conditions in particle accelerators and star cores.

    Each quark can appear from more than one shape (define it as a color even though it has nothing to do with visible color).

    An electron is not made up of quarks at all.

  8. Light speed in water is smaller ...............

    Moreover, this theory holds 90% correct only On Earth that space is empty means friction with small air!

    Outside of Meza who said it was impossible to build a car that would give enough energy to break the speed of light, Ray Einstein's formula says:

    Energy is equal to a double mass. A square velocity Let's assume that we take a spacecraft weighing 1 kg, then:

    1 * 300,000 ^ 2 = 90,000,000,000

    This is the amount of energy you need ................ If you build an engine that provides more than a pound weight then you can break the speed of light ................ (And more like that as I said in space)

    Moreover, the speed of light will not provide an answer to the journey in time:

    Electrons move at this speed

    The waves of a parent are moving at this speed, and we are not receiving waves of light from a time other than the present (and if so, then it is very strange and illogical ...)

    I read in what Galileo magazine I think his name was, I saw that there was a story about time travel that said it was possible with black holes or moving at a certain speed in the opposite direction of the Earth

    DEA

    black hole:

    There is a theory that says that the star star stopped circling (around its axis) and by this he gathered and continues to draw all sorts of interstices (both rocks and what man does)

    I see there are people here who see National Geographic ..............

    If not then there is a program called the human challenge, I do not know when it airs because I saw this channel when poor PC came into the garage ('() So I saw it on the occasional reruns

    Short showed that there could be smart clothes that would recognize our environment and wait for it just like a chameleon, it does not mean total invisibility but if you go every day you are not looking for such fuss!

    I personally borrowed a car from the future (if I could only choose one thing!) I just hope I'll have somewhere to refuel it : Lol:

    But if I have endless possibilities, then I would come to see what comes next (who wants a robot? - sounds good huh)

    As for your energy calculations, read my previous announcement.

    Electrons are not moving at the speed of light, and particle accelerators can cause them to move close to that but not at the speed of light.

    Photons (light) are probably moving at the speed of light (or you may have thought the name came by accident) but there is no problem with that because they have no mass - you will put zero formulas for mass and there is no problem with that.

  9. The space is continuous and not discrete and therefore there is no such thing as the small distance that can be traversed.

    The only limitation is your measurement ability.

    According to relativity you are right, but in quantum physics there is a minimum distance.

    Relativity does not work on small objects, so this question falls within the realm of quantum judgment.

    There is Planck time, and Planck distance is defined as the distance that the light passes during Planck.

    This is actually the "resolution" of space as is now known.

    People throw away the formula E = MC ^ 2 without even understanding what it means.

    The total formula defines the resting energy of mass (with emphasis on rest).

    This is the energy that the mass itself contains.

    The calculation of kinetic energy is presented here in Forma C and it aspires to infinity when approaching the speed of light in the positive direction.

    There is no place to draw conclusions from the theory of relativity about the ability or inability to move beyond the speed of light. The placement in relativity formulas of velocities beyond the speed of light produces complex numbers that are not clear whether they have practical meaning or not (someone with a mass 50 + 35i KG is not exactly perceived).

    black hole-

    Is not a planet, and our sun is not massive enough to become one.

    A mass large enough to become a black hole collapsing to a point of singularity and zero density.

    There is a radius of the horizon of events, which is the maximum distance at which the escape speed is still greater than the speed of light.

    What is the difference between singularity and the horizon of events? Relativity does not answer this because all of its axioms are not right there. Quantum physics has ideas that include, among other things, the possibility that particles actually escape from the black hole.

    By the way, we're all moving in time. Although not very fast, only at the rate of one second every second but still something : xyxthumbs:

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  10. Now I remembered what was confusing me

    That people vote (on a dark night) to the sky and say it's "Milky Way", or that "wagon", or that "Big Bear"

    The Milky Way that you see in the sky is indeed part of the galaxy we are in. We can not see all of it from our locations but overall we are in a good neighborhood with another 100 billion stars.

    The cart and the bear are the same thing-just a group of stars that people imagine has an important shape-it's just a human imagination and has no cosmological significance.

  11. I did not say that the toner will die exactly on the 2000 page, I just quoted official data measured by ISO standard and include a percentage of certain page covers.

    The 69 $ is just the toner, not the printer (quite clearly listed).

    If you are printing an 4000 page with toner set to 2000 (for example) then you are simply printing on average half of the covers that the device dictates to measure "Page".

    Prices still remain relevant because this ratio will be proportionate regardless of the printer you buy - though it will take you 2 times to justify the laser in that case.

  12. This is not necessarily the case for cheaper printers.

    There will still be savings, of course, but not like more serious printers because their toner holds less and the price is out of proportion.

    The simplest answer is to go to the website of the manufacturer of the current printer and the potential printer - find out how many pages a ink cartridge prints and how many toner prints and calculate cost per page.

    Keep in mind that laser printers usually have additional costs of fuser and transfer unit for every few toner you replace.

    It is very useful to calculate the total cost and calculate how many years it will take to justify the cost.

    At NIS 150 per year it is not necessarily worthwhile.

  13. Things live much deeper than 2000 meters, and as stated this is due to the equal pressures between the interior of the organisms and the environment.

    For years they have not been able to investigate these organisms not because they could not reach this depth, but because they exploded when they were raised to the surface (the internal pressure is higher than the external pressure in the shallow water and they just burst like balloons).

    As for Colombia, there is the obvious reason that it is broken into pieces.

    For spacecraft in general, they are built to withstand internal pressure (the internal pressure is higher than the external 1 atmospheres).

    This situation creates pressure Outwardly Of 1 kg per cm2 of the body. Spaceships resist expansion rather than collapse.

    At a depth of 10,000, the pressure is 1000 Atm, or in other words, there is pressure of a ton on each cm2 of the body of the submarine (999, if you subtract the internal pressure - quite negligible.) In such pressure things tend to collapse in the face of impulsions Spread like a balloon - Explosion - as happens in space).

    And loops that are designed to descend into the depths are basically a titanium tube, the principle is simple but the pressures that exist there make the matter very complicated.

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    Ping statistics for 212.199.164.181:

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