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After 10 years, it's time to leave Taiwan....... :-( (with a very heavy heart) We've some stuff for sale, only the fairly new ones or brand new items are for sale:https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set ... 517&type=1
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Just putting something into the Trash or the Recycle Bin doesn't actually delete it. You then have to *empty* the Trash or Recycle Bin. (Once a year, I hear about somebody whose hard drive is full, despite having practically no files. It's because over the years, they've put 79 gigabytes' worth of stuff in the Recycle Bin and never emptied it.)
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