David Murphy
thedavidmurphy
David Murphy is Lifehacker's Senior Technology Editor. He has geeked out writing for The New York Times, Wirecutter, PC Magazine, Reviewed, Computer Shopper, PCWorld, and HotHardware. www.murphy.wtf
1/17/20
3:15 PM
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Frankly, I think they make the results look way too cluttered. What I care most about are the page names, then the URLs. A logo does nothing for me, and requires me to expend slightly more mental energy processing what it is and what site it relates to. Mehhhh.

1/15/20
2:41 PM
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I mean, clearly you should always be rolling characters with your favorite dice. They know. :)

1/13/20
11:52 AM
1

It seems strange that Apple would pay out its max for a 6s, but the other sites would not. What are your iPhone’s specs, out of curiosity?

1/8/20
9:00 PM
3

Hmm. 8GB free... might not be enough? I’m not sure how an upgrade installation helps (if at all), but a clean installation requires 16GB for a 32-bit OS or 20GB for 64-bit OS. I believe the windows.old folder that gets left behind plus the new Windows 10 would be too much.

1/8/20
10:29 AM
2

You don’t have to click any buttons or do anything else once it starts up. That’s about it.  :)

1/8/20
10:25 AM
3

Good point. People should always backup before running a major upgrade -- I just focused on the actual upgrade steps in this piece, but that’s the regular advice we’d give everyone.

1/8/20
10:23 AM
3

Nah. You can run unactivated Windows 10 for as long as you want.

1/8/20
10:22 AM
3

That also works! Basically... what the PowerShell script is doing. :)

1/8/20
10:22 AM
1

FWIW, you can always reach out to me directly — david.murphy@lifehacker.com — and I’m happy to check out any Kinja issue / shadowbans. Probably doesn’t help now, but it’s something!