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|Memory||G.Skill TridentZ RGB 32GB @ 3600MHz|
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|Software||Windows 10 Pro 64|
That's a helpful post. I welcome you to explain your point of view. Why should developers not be compensated for their work? Can you give me a good reason why not?
Sorry, on topic, I completely get the idea here. I mean is $5-10 really going to break any of you?
I dont think they mean with every update, I assume those would be free for a bit at least. No one should work for free, granted Id love my doctor too, but it isnt likely to happen.