The original article is about being careful when working with a system, especially an unfamiliar one. Don't assume the user has followed conventions that technicians take for granted.
It has nothing to do with special purpose computers, BIOS, clock speed, or anything else he may be referring to. It's one thing to be off topic after using the original article or other comments as a springboard. It's another to regularly post random comments just so you can see your name as the first poster.
I used to present reasons why I disagreed with this twit's statements, but since he never responds to anything it isn't worth laying out logical responses. Now I just unload on him to vent my spleen. I should ignore him like any other troll, but in his case I have problem.
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