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  1. We thought that, on the contrary, it would be much more convenient for customers to use the mobile app. Judging by our competitors, almost 60% of their clients use the mobile app. And that's quite a large number.
  2. We are a medical clinic. We started to expand, so we started to develop a website for clients. But we understand that the site will not be enough, as many regular clients use our site, but they say that it would be much more convenient to use a mobile application. Is it worth ordering the development of a mobile application as well?
  3. I generally prefer SUVs, buy Used SUVs https://www.rollsauto.com/used-vehicles/shop-suvs can be on this site. I advise these cars as the cross-country is much higher. For those who like to travel, SUVs will be the best option. For inexpensive, you can buy the 2017 Buick Envision. But it is not as presentable as BMW X1. You can also buy a Ford Edge SEL. Those are the options that I would buy for myself.
  4. Much depends on the type of outlet installed in your home. I'll tell you right away that it's more profitable to charge at home, a few dollars will save. I have a NEMA 14-50 outlet at home, it takes 6-7 hours to fully charge the battery, cost about $8-9. But if you often travel far from home for work, you're better off using charging stations, especially Supercharger stations. These electric car charging stations achieve a full charge in 20-30 minutes. If you want more detailed figures, here is the Tesla charging cost calculator https://evadept.com/calc/tesla-supercharger-charging-cost-calculator where you can calculate everything in detail. By the way, given the current price of gasoline, the savings on Tesla battery charging is very large.
  5. Thank you very much, I will look through the information. But I already understood that I had set wrong parameters when searching for an activated process. And I didn't quite understand everything about the active list. Will look for more information in this direction. Thank you for the quite detailed article.
  6. Can someone throw up a good article or guide on this direction in teams. I already know the basic commands and stuff more or less well. But with the issue of management and checking processes stopped.
  7. Stopped on the subject of Linux management. I can't figure out the commands for managing processes, destroying them, as well as keeping track of processes that have already done their job but haven't closed.
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