Was trying to purchase a game on Windows 10 App Store, and the “Something went wrong” error happily greeted me. Luckily there is a fix for this. Check the video right after the break for the fix. Enjoy!
Check out kids’ reactions to Windows 95 in the video right after the break. I don’t blame them, because Windows 95 is like really, really old. Well, my first Windows is also Windows 95, and so I guess I’m pretty old. I wonder how these kids will react if they get to see Windows 3.1. Windows 95 brings back some memories for me, especially the 56K modem which can make the annoying modem noise. This reminds me of “You’ve Got Mail” movie somehow. Anyhow, I wonder any of these kids in the video actually has tried out Ubuntu (Linux) before. Although Ubuntu is so easy to use nowadays, but you can still use so many old school tricks to actually make Ubuntu performs even more meaningful and powerful than just mouse clicking away. How would they react to Ubuntu’s terminal and command lines?
I’m so jealous if you have a PC rig that could run 7 graphics intensive games at the same time. Ooops, I’m already so jealous, because LinusTechTips had just built one. Check it out right after the break, because it’s beautiful. Pure awesomeness! The cost though, it will cost you an arm or a leg or a car just to get this beautiful baby going. It’s around $30,000!
According to the video right after the break, Razer is coming out a light laptop in which it could turn into a full gaming PC when hooking up to a graphics card enclosure. In the video, it shows that this new Razer’s laptop acts as a PC tower, because it also hooks up to a desktop monitor. I like the idea, because the enclosure can work with any graphics card. This setup would allow you to use the laptop for normal laptop works, and then you can hook the laptop to the enclosure for full gaming experience. In the video, it shows the enclosure houses only one graphics card. I’m hoping that the enclosure could house two or more graphics card. This would be cool, because this would be perfect for gaming with DirectX 12 support. To my limited knowledge on DirectX 12, you could combine different types of DirectX 12 supported graphics cards together for gaming. Here is the list of NVIDIA’s graphics cards that are supporting DirectX 12.
I got Windows 8.1, and I need to upgrade to Windows 10 today since it’s just out today. Nonetheless, I had not reserved Windows 10 through Windows 10 reserved app icon, so how am I going to upgrade to Windows 10? My situation isn’t unique in relation to upgrade to Windows 10, but there are other situations that also prevent Windows 7 and 8 owners to have Windows 10 upgrade today! Of course, in due time Microsoft eventually rolls out Windows 10 to most Windows 7 and 8 owners. Still, if you are impatient and want to upgrade to Windows 10 right away, you can watch my tutorial right after the break in which I show you how to upgrade to Windows 10 manually. Enjoy!!!
My brand new 5 Terabytes 3.0 USB Seagate Expansion Desktop external hard drive was transferring data at 15MB/s, and this is super super slow for 3.0 USB external hard drive. At first, I thought the hard drive was bad even though it is new. After tinkering with the hard drive and Windows, I finally found the solution to the problem. It was a Windows’ hard drive policy that prevented this drive from transferring data at the correct speed. After fixing up the problem, this drive is now transferring at 150 – 200 MB/s data speed. In the video right after the break, I show you how to speed up your slow external hard drive. Enjoy!!!