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It depends. If you can install Steam on a library computer, then you can install games onto the external hard drive and it should "just work" once you connect it to your home PC and restart Steam (assuming that PC already knows there's a Steam library on that external drive in the first place). If it doesn't work, you might need to follow the "...


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If your PC isn't too heavy then buy a WiFi card and try physically bringing it to a source of free internet, install everything, launch every game at least once, and then pack your things. Odds are that the free internet has atrocious speeds so if you have a friend with fast internet then humbly ask to mooch off them for a few days while everything downloads....


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Buying or selling ingame currency for real money is not allowed in WoW and PoE. In both games you can get your accounts closed for violating these rules. Gold and boost sellers get banned quite frequently in WoW nowadays. WOW: Blizzard may suspend or revoke your license to use the Platform, or parts, components and/or single features thereof, if you violate,...


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RAM starts to matter as soon as it runs out. When a game has to process more information at once than fits into RAM, it has to use "virtual memory". That means that any data which is supposed to be in RAM is instead written to a file (the "pagefile"), and then read back when its needed. Files are a lot slower than RAM, even when you have ...


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Unfortunately, no. To play Minecraft on your PC, you would need to purchase the Java or Bedrock edition for the PC platform. You can do that here. I wish you luck in convincing your parents.


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Probably the easiest method is the Line Launcher Takedown. After disorienting an unaware enemy from a distance (6, right-hold, left-click), fire the line launcher (8, right-hold, left-click) at them, then right-click on approach. A Special Combo Instant Takedown (E) may also be possible, but you need a group large enough to build combo but with few enough ...


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