Hello Daniweb Community, I have recently been thinking about switching from a Wi-Fi connection to a direct connection over ethernet, however when I tried an ethernet connection from my router to my PS4, I calculated the average download speed after about 5 Wi-Fi connection tests and 5 ethernet connection tests and it averaged around the same. So there was no major difference, so what benefits would I have with a ethernet connection? I use my PS4 to listen to [Spotify](http://spotify.com) and sometimes it will drop or lag a bit, as well as when I have more than one person on …

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:( please tell me about type of router and their different uses

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This is homework. Please do not write my code for me. I did look for this but only found things related to buttons or making a background, none of which had the answers I needed. I have been working on a game. The game has some images floating around and you have to shoot them and then collide with them to eat them. I am trying to make the image change when you shoot them so that the player knows they can eat them. I tried using a variable that would contain the string which would be the location of …

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ok so im making a windows forms application in microsoft visual C# 2010. this is how i got it to change form: [CODE]page_2 page2 = new page_2(); page2.Visible = true; this.Visible = false; page2.SetDesktopLocation(50, 50);[/CODE] the form its on is page_1 and its going to page_2. this works fine, the only problem is that all changes made to page_1 get removed and reset to default when using the same code to return from page_2. a friend of mine said to make page1 and page2 into global variables but i dont really know how to do that. i found another topic …

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Hey, im in need of a little help... im trying to have my .exe show an image with sdl, wait 2500 milliseconds, close the image and then return to the black console screen with my cout statments and whatnot appearing. But instead when i exit sdl, the whole program exits. is there any way to correct this? Here's my source code: [CODE] //including files here... int main(int argc, char* argv[]) { SDL_Surface *screen; SDL_Surface *picture; SDL_Event event; SDL_Rect pictureLocation; const SDL_VideoInfo* videoinfo; atexit(SDL_Quit); /* Initialize the SDL library */ if( SDL_Init(SDL_INIT_VIDEO) < 0 ) { fprintf(stderr,"Couldn't initialize SDL: %s\n", SDL_GetError()); …

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The French parliament is now going to dump Windows in favour of open-source. More specifically, Linux. The planned switch date is June 2007, with over 1000 parliament workers switching. No word yet on what Linux distribution they're going to use, or what email client -- one thing is for sure: they're going to use Firefox as their web browser. At the moment, a number of the computers run Linux, using Apache as their web server, and a content-management system being run with [URL="http://www.mamboserver.com/"]Mambo[/URL]. "The study showed that open-source software will from now on offer functionality adapted to the needs of …

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Sleek. Powerful. Graphic. Capable. Stable. Portable. Clean-design. This new iMac G5 Rocks. At a special event today (Oct 12, 2005), Apple Computer released two new awesome pieces of hardware -- an iPod that can play video, and a new awesome iMac G5. Let's talk about this new G5 and why I want one on my desk. The new iMac G5 an all-in-one computer that features an LCD on the front, and houses the computer on the back. The keyboard and mouse plug right into the display -- the computer uses almost no deskspace, aside from the keyboard and the mouse. …

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Launched September 5, 1977, the Voyager 1 spacecraft has crossed the Termination Shock* of our solar system, and has entered a new region of space at extreme distances from our sun. According to researchers at the University of Maryland, Voyager made this transition December 16, 2004, and it took researchers several months to track the latest data and confirm that the explorer made the transition. Voyager will need to travel through the Heliosheath*, pass through the Heliopause*, and then it will be in pure interstellar space, and completely out of the solar system. As of mid-July, Voyager 1 was 8.9 …

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The End.