NASLite - Compatibility


Since it is based on Linux, NASLite (like other Linux distributions) supports new larger hard drives that often are not supported by older machines, by bypassing the BIOS and directly accessing the hard drive(s), greatly increasing the usefulness of an older computer for serving large amounts of data.

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Criticism Of Windows Vista - Software Compatibility
... Networks can become more brittle." According to PC World, "Software compatibility issues, bug worries keep businesses from moving to Microsoft's new OS." Citing "concerns over ... Microsoft has released the Application Compatibility Toolkit 5.0 application for migrating Vista-incompatible applications, while virtualization solutions like VirtualBox, Virtual PC 2007 or those from VMware ... which can be used on existing XP systems to flag driver and application compatibility issues before upgrading to Vista ...
Compatibility Card
... A compatibility card is an expansion card for computers that allows it to have hardware emulation with another device ... Apple Computer made many of these cards (including a compatibility card for the Apple IIe ... Besides PC compatibility cards, others existed, such as the 3DO Blaster for PCs ...
Make Compatible - Additional Flags
... Windows 3.1 defined 20 application compatibility flags ... in Make Compatible Disable 16 color brush cache and 55ms timer This is bit #29 of the compatibility bits word, with hexadecimal value 0x20000000 ... Disable EMF spooling This is bit #26 of the compatibility bits word, with hexadecimal value 0x4000000 ...