On 07/25/2016 09:38 AM, Ed Greshko wrote:
On 07/25/16 22:30, Tim wrote:
>>> I'm sceptical, too (about that belief). I'm inclined to believe
>>> that story has been conjured up by someone to explain things, and
>>> everyone else has simply gone along with it.
> Joe Zeff:
>> Be as skeptical as you want, but it's been true ever since I got my
>> first PC in the late '80s, and it wasn't new then.
> I'd like to see some proof that it's actually designed to run slow
> when the battery goes flat, as opposed that merely being what happens.
Actually I would find it very odd that "digital" devices would run slower
as a battery weakens. I mean even my battery operated clocks at home
work perfectly fine without losing time. When the battery "dies" they
just cease to function.
are those digital or analog clocks?
are batteries alkaline or lithium?
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