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zerofunds

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  #2018942 19-May-2018 13:28
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I think I may have found the problem, and I may have caused it......

 

All our jobs come through a web browser type set up, similar to say a taxi service I guess and I added a google chrome extension to refresh the page every 10 seconds, this pc is displayed on a large tv in the main area of the office, the TV is turned on and off but the pc runs 24hours for convenience (simplify for idiots to just have to turn on/off a tv at the start of the day and end)

 

Im guessing those page refreshes must add up, just trying to work out the bytes of a page refresh and then every 10 secs for 24hours a day...... FML


bagheera
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  #2018948 19-May-2018 13:30
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if you going over every month, then the plan is too small for what you use it for - last November and last month was windows 10 feature upgrade and that 20 gb or there about a pc and depending on setting you could be sharing that to anyone on the internet. at $17 a month that less than 9gb a month over charges before it cheaper to go unlimited.


 
 
 
 


zerofunds

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  #2018951 19-May-2018 13:37
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bagheera:

 

if you going over every month, then the plan is too small for what you use it for - last November and last month was windows 10 feature upgrade and that 20 gb or there about a pc and depending on setting you could be sharing that to anyone on the internet. at $17 a month that less than 9gb a month over charges before it cheaper to go unlimited.

 

 

Im hearing you bagheera, might even quote this in my follow up email if that's ok with you. The world has changed and unfortunately at such a rapid pace that the older generation cant keep up.


bagheera
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  #2018954 19-May-2018 13:41
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zerofunds:

 

bagheera:

 

if you going over every month, then the plan is too small for what you use it for - last November and last month was windows 10 feature upgrade and that 20 gb or there about a pc and depending on setting you could be sharing that to anyone on the internet. at $17 a month that less than 9gb a month over charges before it cheaper to go unlimited.

 

 

Im hearing you bagheera, might even quote this in my follow up email if that's ok with you. The world has changed and unfortunately at such a rapid pace that the older generation cant keep up.

 

go for it - feel free to fix any grammar /typo before too - with dyslexia very easy for me to miss them :)


zerofunds

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  #2018961 19-May-2018 13:55
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bagheera: go for it - feel free to fix any grammar /typo before too - with dyslexia very easy for me to miss them :)

 

 

Cheers man, I always thought the word dyslexia was a cruel joke for people that have issues with spelling/grammar lol


bagheera
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  #2018963 19-May-2018 13:59
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zerofunds:

 

 

 

Cheers man, I always thought the word dyslexia was a cruel joke for people that have issues with spelling/grammar lol

 

 

oh tell me about it (ps google does a good look up with what I put in a search for dyslexia and give the right spelling)


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