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- Apr 19, 2007
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Still not biting, because MS don’t make an O/S for 3D printers, thankfully..What if I told you there were 3D printers... naked... would you watch then???
You already paid for your lunch. Windows 11 is free if you have the proper Windows OS version installed. It is the hardware requirements that may be an issue.pulling a fast one to get the O/S free
Yes, this remains to be seen.some of their methods do work some of the time
I've heard MS has stopped selling 32 bit licenses to big boy computer builders like Dell. Software developers will eventually code only in 64 bit. You will keep a computer to run your legacy 32 bit apps. Maybe someone will write code to port some 32 bit apps to run on your spiffy new all 64 bit puter or create an emulator, like was done with legacy Commodore 64 games.MS attempts to make a true standalone 64 bit system.. And most likely failing again..
I didn't know that.P.S. I watch very, very few 3D videos..
I don't know. Maybe it was because DOS 4.x was rotten and "4" was verboten. Maybe because Win 95 was a complete rewrite that booted without loading DOS first like Win 3.1 did. Also, Win 95 was released in 1995.Windows 3.1 wasn’t replaced by Windows 4 but by Windows 95
Windows 95 has also been described as "32-bit extensions and a graphical shell for a 16-bit patch to an 8-bit operating system originally coded for a 4-bit microprocessor, written by a 2-bit company that can't stand 1-bit of competition".
"100g of spinach contains 2.7 mg of iron versus 2.6 mg found in 100g of meat. But the difference is that iron from animal foods has a higher absorption in the body than the iron from plant/vegetables sources."spinach being rich in iron salts ?
I try to avoid videos like the coron virus, they probably would put me to sleep watching anyway..spinachI didn't know that.
Thanks for being a good sport.
It probably will be easier to fly to the moon than to get a good stable version of Win 11 first time out, and it will take another 5 years before all the bugs are ironed out, so plenty of time to build your super computer.Unless the hardware requirements change in my favor, I'll be waiting until after I build my new computer to install Windows 11.
Just see what happened last millenium - the legendary search for a stable version of WindowsIt probably will be easier to fly to the moon than to get a good stable version of Win 11 first time out
I've known your avoidance of videos for a long time. I still post 'em, like you keep talking me up about 3D printers. It's all in fun.I try to avoid videos
No one cares, Popeye.I hate spinach too
I know you don’t have the room for a 3D printer, but it still doesn’t stop you wanting one, or two or three… Or…like you keep talking me up about 3D printers. It's all in fun.
He looks just like my Dad...I can't believe I found Popeye with a green hat. It's true - you can find everything on the internets.
I now have reason to doubt that.
The following video details, quite humorously at times, how to install Windows 11 in a notebook that was identified as unsuitable for Windows 11 installation:
Despite all these installation killers, the guy in the video is able to do a couple brilliant workarounds and installs Windows 11. There's even a workaround for MBR vs GPT for @bluestang.
- 32 bit architecture
- 1 GB RAM
- No TPM
- No Secure Boot
The first ~5 minutes are the workarounds. Then it's a lot of Waiting For Godot because of the crawling 5400 RPM notebook harddrive. Then at ~14:30 he decides to clone the slow drive onto an SSD drive he pulls from his Windows 95 machine!!! and everything goes smoothly and quickly.
While I know @The Hat will want to watch every second of the video, others can skip from the ~5:00 mark to the ~14:30 mark and not miss anything essential.