Windows 10 features that Linux doesn't have: Native video casting
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How to cast a video from your laptop to your connected display without having to interact with the display or media player:
>just right click the MKV file and select "cast to device"
>select which device to cast to
>video is beamed to display and begins playing immediately
>right click MKV file on your Linux desktop
>become confused because it's 2015 and Linux can't cast video natively
>google around for an hour or two to find out how to cast a video from your desktop to a connected display
>find out that Linux doesn't have native casting
>go back to google to find out that you need to set up a DLNA server from the command-line
>set up DLNA server with command line
>find out that you can't beam video to the display from your desktop on Linux and that because Linux is simply a server OS, you can only pull videos from Linux rather than push them like you can with Windows
>grab the remote for your display and pray that you set up the DLNA server correctly
>find video using display's media player
>after all that time, you finally get to enjoy video on your TV, making sure to remember that since Linux is so limited, you can only pull videos from a Linux PC while Windows can push videos to a connected display as well as behave like a server if needed.
When is Linux going to get the ability to right-click a video and send it to a connected display like Windows 10 does?
No, you can't pretend that pulling videos off a Linux PC is the same thing, freetards.
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>sitting at PC gaming all day
>remember cable management is garbage
>decide to TRY n fix
>hand-me-down oversized alienware PSU
>hand-me-down 10+yo Lian li case
>barely fix cable management (still sucks dicks)
>was rats nest, still rats nest
>try n make PSU fit farther back at least
>now doesn't need tape to hold up
>decide good enough
>everything closed up
>hit power button
>MFW never opening my case again
I think I may have broken a ground wire on the CPU cable cuz I noticed after one of the black wires for it was snagged between PSU n case wall while I was forcing it farther back.
A friend has a spare PSU for me anyway, getting tomorrow. Maybe this one will actually fit.
Not asking for advice, just wanted to share my frustration, also r8 my setup, tear me one
MSI gtx 960
8gb ballistix 1600 ram
240 GB SSD
3x HDDs less than 600 GB TOTAL GYUH
optical drive inb4 >2015
/wvg/ - Windows Vista General Thread #2
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Windows Vista General Thread #2
Vista is fast, bloatware free, MS botnet free, and the UI design is the best out of all the windows versions
This idea is meant to give people a second option if they don't want to use an OS with telemetry.
Since the threads are getting out of control I decided to make a general, please post all Vista stuff here.
/g/ Opinion Poll
Vista ISO and Setup Downloads:
Activators and Keys:
Discuss, Share, Fix problems, and more in this thread.
Redirect other anons to this thread if possible.
Pastebin FAQ - http://pastebin.com/raw.php?i=n6heNx5Q
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>This included a full domain dump of corporate passwords (NTLM hashes) of the Windows domain of the company, PayPal accounts and passwords for the company, internal only documents, and a ton more. The biggest indicators to legitimacy comes from these internal documents, much containing sensitive internal data relating to the server infrastructure, org charts, and more. This is much more problematic as its not just a database dump, this is a full scale compromise of the entire companies infrastructure including Windows domain and more.
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FUCK WINDOWS and its anti-privacy measures.
FUCK LINUX and its non-working everything and no games.
Let's all install HACKINTOSH on our PCs. Once you get it working, you won't go back: it's the best of both worlds.
>BSD based OS (free)
>Easy access to terminal-based commands for Linux fans (SSH, etc)
>Clean and consistent UI
>Works on most specs, even on some AMD CPUs
>More and more video games available that work out of the box (Steam, Battle.net, etc)
>Great community, always looking to help