-Yes sadly i am a PC tech, and I do not have all the answers.
32bit Windows 7 pro: Apps are limited to 1GB? This is a small problem as I would really like to allow several apps to use more memory. Though I don't mind the default standing for most programs, just in case of memory leaks. This is currently an issue in some apps as they do often need more RAM and even though it is available, they still crash.
64bit Windows 8.1 home: System will intermittently lag out like crazy. No not a network lag issue. But in the system itself. This can effect any open window in any app, for no predictable reason. When it happens that window, and the instant of the app it is tied to will become locked up, though the rest of the computer will work fine. I can launch new instances and I can open new windows. Eventually, when Windows 8 feels like it I will be allowed to access the window in question. Usually lasts 30-180 seconds.
when asked why?
It's time for us to stop accepting garbage distractionist excuses from our useless congressmen. It's time we demand that congress step down.
No more party line garbage. We cannot trust either major party to lead the country. Things have got to change.
I have heard that crows and ravens are known to possess languages which are regional, that is that a crow from my location would not understand the language of a crow from another location. However the crows that live in between both of our locations would understand both. However I have also heard of crows using tools and some other very basic rudimentary things that humans seem to think are unique to themselves. Today I have observed a crow both lie and attempt to hide food. As one found something that it seemed to like I observed several times this bird come and to try to hide things. I thought at first it was digging but then I realized, no it is actually trying to hide something like a squirrel. It was burying food under leaves. Then it returned with more food and proceeded to deposit the food in one place, break it into a smaller piece, take that piece hide it under some rocks cover the rocks with some leaves then return to the larger chunk pull another piece with pinpoint accuracy go back to each location and either retrieve and move or bury again each piece of food. This proves that a crow is smarter than a squirrel, squirrels can't even find what they buried! But what got me was, as the Crow is burying it's food and breaking up the larger piece and returning to the point in pinpoint accuracy, another crow flies in. The second searches for what the first had hidden, and when the first came over to confront, the second lowered it's head, spread it's wings gently and began to talk, it was telling the first crow that it meant no harm it was submissive and as soon as the first turned it's back the second begin to look for the food again and each time the first would come over to investigate what the second was doing and the second one again tell the same lie that it meant no harm. Finally the first realizing that the second was picked up the piece that it had most recently hidden and flew off with it and the second followed.
Now, I don't know about you but I am intrigued and I have no interest in following Crows around or observing them normally I thought that it might be interesting to report this bit of information to the rest of the community. I am sure that many others have observed similar behavior from crawlers & I simply lack the reading to know that this is may be more common than I think but if not then it might be an interesting observation to add to the pool.
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