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NBR is dead and now laptopforum too?


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Yeah tried today no luck, honestly that place was dead and if you noticed the admin hadnt visited in I think a week or more. The adult and sales oriented topics were still there even after complaints. These guys here have done a great job they are engaged and care so looks like the best site won. No major bugs and it also works well on mobile.

 

I was a little surprised that spartan threw in the towel even with the godaddy mistake, but I didnt have to do all that work either. I hope he signs up here.

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Not surprised given the lack of maintenance happening over there.   


This does simplify things and allow the community to reunite under one roof. efgxt.net--soon to be NotebookTalk.net--is now the definitive successor to NBR. Hopefully everyone who didn't come in the initial wave will join us now.

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23 hours ago, Prototime said:

Not surprised given the lack of maintenance happening over there.   


This does simplify things and allow the community to reunite under one roof. efgxt.net--soon to be NotebookTalk.net--is now the definitive successor to NBR. Hopefully everyone who didn't come in the initial wave will join us now.

 

Im glad i got my wish that the NBR community will no longer be split into 3 different forums and hopefully they'll join here so we can all be in one place!.

 

Also its almost been a month since NBR was closed 😑

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