read the question again to see what people really meant or tried to ask
freesource wrote:But every time i ask a question on a forum online with people that can more than other they almost always start arguing around the question instead of around what can be the answer or try to read the question again to see what people really meant or tried to ask
No one on Earth can read anyone else's mind/thoughts
--unless you can ?
That is really the problem with your question, not the responders
You ask I want to remove all these items is it OK, and I want the answer real quick now
--OK I paraphrase a bit, but that is its essence
And, the responders have tried to pick apart your items list to identify what it is you are trying to do, since that affects the possible answer, and providing some information about those aspects (for item removal) that they can possibly identify
--based on what is it you are doing..
No answer is a YES/NO response
--or at lease an extremely few: and I could only think of a few
Q. Are you here now
Q. Are you breathing
Q. Are you OK
That only works in courtrooms, and no-one is satisfied with the results produced..
There was one answer about removing bluetooth, and the possibility of just leaving it, since it won't affect anything ?
--and you may need it in the future
General cleanup routine..http://www.ubuntugeek.com/cleaning-up-a ... buntu.htmlhttp://www.techsupportalert.com/content ... tricks.htmhttp://www.techrepublic.com/blog/five-a ... tools/1246
- In my system, I remove anything I know I won't need, and that includes bluetooth, even if it is a small package and I have no bluetooth devices running
--I don't usually want anything extraneous running, if I do know I won't use it; and I get to save some system resources and possibly speed up the normal operations of the system
--so I also trim system services and startup programs..
- IRDA (Infrared devices) is also something I usually remove, if it is included on the system