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I don't have the full package and got almost 3 Gb in the last 2017 update I did, I don't want to imagine what a fully installed VS2019 would get
If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
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Back with 2017, I regularly let it update the full set of files so I'd have a folder containing anything and everything I might want to install, ready to go and already up to date.
The entire folder weighted in at 40+ GB. It would regularly pull down 30+ GB worth of updates at a time. With my 5mbps connection, that was a full day's worth of downloads, so I reserved those for weekends.
I've stopped doing that and nowadays only let VS update what it thinks I need based on what I have installed.
American Megatrends BIOS had a GUI and PS/2 mouse support back in 1996, when a 8 MB RAM PC was still common.
Consider that a car ECU with limited functionalities and a single communication system requires about 2-3 MB of optimized binary and it does not have to support multiple client OS in thousands of possible hardware configurations.
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Yes, my favorite make is Dell as well. I have never regretted buying Dell. And I used to buy not only for my family, but for the company where I worked before I retired as well. Not a single failure after a dozen or more purchases over 20 years.
I have a Dell laptop that gets BIOS updates maybe every few months. It'll be 4 years old soon, and it took the first BIOS update a while to show up. But now they appear regularly, and no problem so far.
Agree. Just shut down a 10 year old server that had been running 24/7. Replaced one hard drive that was still covered under warranty (shipped us a new one overnight). Another one is 5 years old and also running 24/7 with 3 VM's, one a DC. I think we had one desktop fail with bad motherboard, old enough they didn't stock that m'board anymore (over 5 years old).
I am on my 4th Precision workstation going way back.
If you can keep your head while those about you are losing theirs, perhaps you don't understand the situation.