Board Usage Notes

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    Board Usage Notes

    This board is designed for technical questions not related to programming. Most threads about technology should go on the General Discussions board; this board is for the questions that come up about using computers, software, operating systems, etc.

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    >>not related to programming
    Is that the key word here? I'd appreciate it if someone could clear up the difference between this and GD a bit.

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    Originally posted by dbaryl
    >>not related to programming
    Is that the key word here? I'd appreciate it if someone could clear up the difference between this and GD a bit.

    Thanks

    Personally, I think this would be a good place for programming stuff not related to the other boards .........There are questions which appear regularly (as very few people use C,C++ & C# exclusively...) and I think they deserve a place to be stored and refered to.....

    Its up to the webmaster how he wants to do this...but that's my 2c

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