Tag: Windows 11
Podcast #746 – NVIDIA and AMD to Make Arm CPUs, Alan Wake 2 Ends the 1080 Ti Era, Bad PC Ports, Loupedeck review + MORE!
It was another week of news, rumors, game releases, four-year-old GPUs becoming irrelevant thanks to Mesh Shader support requirements, the industry freaking out about arm64 and declaring the death of x86, and…Read More
Podcast #745 – Intel 14th Gen Launch, New FalconNW Talon, AMD Anti-Lag+ Pulled, Drop+xDuoo TA-84 Tube Amp + MoRe!
Our words flow from us at an alarming rate, but be not afraid; we are the harbingers of semi-literate PC hardware and software discussion. Also, burgers. In this episode, we discuss the VERY…Read More
Microsoft have announced that you will no longer be able to activate Windows 10 or Windows 11 with old Windows 7 and Windows 8 product keys. Unfortunately they weren't very...Read More
Podcast #737 – NVIDIA DLSS 3.5 & Monster Earnings, Case-Top GPUs, DUHD and OLED Monitors, Ryzen 9 7945HX & MORE
Do you like piña coladas, and getting caught in protracted discussions about DLSS 3.5 and NVIDIA quarterly financials? And that's just the FIRST HALF HOUR. You won't want to miss a single…Read More
Microsoft slowly have made the bloatware that comes with OEM laptops redundant, adding more and more requirements to setting up a fresh computer over the years. In the past, a clean install…Read More
Windows 11 does offer better support for multiple monitors than it's predecessors but it still has a lot to learn about high refresh rate monitors. If you have a setup with multiple…Read More
Windows 11, version 22H2 came with an unexpected and unwanted surprise, decreased performance when copying large files from a remote machine or server. For those that updated Windows, SMB copying speeds could…Read More
There are many of us who despise the changes made by Microsoft in Windows 11, which now resembles a Mac more than a Windows machine. There are also the wonderful new features,…Read More
With the arrival of 22H2, bearing the same name for both Windows 11 and Windows 10, those on the newer operating system have been reporting some problems. The gamers out there will…Read More
Podcast #694 – Last Minute 4090 Rumors, AMD Reconsiders New CPU Names, GPU Prices 50% off!, Windows 11 Fails, Corsair Thin Mechanical KB + MORE
It's our last podcast before a new stuff is announced. And we're taking next week off, so you'll have to wait a few extra days for our take on GTC announcements (and…Read More
Welcome to Windows 11, unless you just set up new Microsoft logins to either license a new machine or to add users to an existing one. It seems that KB5016691 comes with…Read More
As far back as 2014, we have recommended Rufus as one of the best bootable disk creators available; that's the first mention I can find but we have been using...Read More
Windows 11 has had some rather serious problems with updates, much more publicly visible than other recent Microsoft operating systems. A recent patch, KB5014697, offered several challenges to anyone running the OS,…Read More
Microsoft have changed a bit over the years, as it would have been unimaginable that they would be incorporating technology from their competitors without buying the company outright and absorbing them into…Read More
Microsoft continues to search for innovative ways to convince people to beta test their new OS for free, the newest temptation is the restoration of old features to Sound Recorder...Read More
Podcast #662 – Two’s Day, End of GPU MSRPs, AMD Xilinx Deal, Sony Bungie Deal, EVGA XR1 Review + MORE!
It was a Wednesday like no other: a twos-day. 2/2/22. Now, we could have done an even MORE twos-day show on 2/22/22, but we didn't think that far ahead. Also, that hasn't…Read More