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Comment reply on AllEyesOnG's Completed Build: Budget 2400g Build

  • 1 month ago
  • 1 point

build looks great.

Comment reply on IamNotGoodWithUsernames's Completed Build: An emotional gift to my Grandparents.

  • 6 months ago
  • 1 point

Cool story man. excellent decision processing. I found this from the mobo review (I had no idea it had built in wifi). Building powerhouse machines are easy but I always like reading these budget builds because I really like seeing how people pick what they can let go because it's not needed.

Comment reply on Ducksnuts's Completed Build: Mini ITX Desktop (Amethyst)

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

looks good and clean. makes me want to do an ITX build if not for the added costs.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Password Saver"

  • 7 months ago
  • 2 points

It's markdown language if you want to look it up but basically

Word in [] then link in ()

[Text](http://www.link.com)

Comment reply on Forum Topic "GOG.com Summer Sale Festival until 17 June"

  • 7 months ago
  • 1 point

ahh the 17th. perfect. There's a game I'm hoping comes back for a flash deal. now I know when's my last day to buy it.

Comment reply on Forum Topic "Password Saver"

  • 7 months ago
  • 4 points

I use KeePass

There's a bunch of good password managers but I like KeePass because it doesn't require an online component. It's completely selfhosted as it were. I control where my database of passwords is. For an easy setup. You can keep your database in your dropbox or whatever you trust and access it that way but I just clone it every week from my phone to my computer and visa vera.

There is an android app that I use and there's a webbased browser version as well

The Downsides to KeePass - the interface is a bit techy. I like it i have a lot of control. I've installed plugins that give me more features but it's not something I'd give my sisters - it's all on you. I have my keepass set to make backups of it's database everytime I close out. If my harddrive dies I have a copy on my phone, If they both die I have a copy in my google drive

The Upsides to KeePass - I can secure my database with a keyfile AND a password so even if someone figures out which file on my computer unlocks my database they still need my password. - it's pretty darn fast and efficent - it's utterly free and gets regular updates

Comment reply on Miguelito2663's Completed Build: Little Brother "The Orange" PC

  • 8 months ago
  • 2 points

good to hear, thanks.

Comment reply on Miguelito2663's Completed Build: Little Brother "The Orange" PC

  • 8 months ago
  • 2 points

any issues with the SSD? I has a 1 star rating that's invisible

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