3nm CPUs Are Coming! - WAN Show July 2, 2021

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Timestamps (Courtesy of dashnog)
0:00 Introducing topics, roll intro, sponsors
1:54 Windows 11 CPU & TPM requirements
- 15:14 Microsoft claims using TPM and secure boot report 60% less malware.
- 16:18 Anybody who runs PCIe 4 will have TPM 2.0.
- 17:54 TPM is a nightmare for repairs.
- 21:08 Win 11 minimum requirements can make software optimizations easier.
22:26 Why should people backup their data?
- 31:42 Dropbox can't read/doesn't own user's data because it's encrypted.
33:38 Sponsor break
35:36 Linus' new house
48:16 Former Microsoft employee stole $10M in Xbox Gift Cards
50:50 Intel & Apple are the first to 3nm CPUs in late 2022.
52:58 Superchats & outro


  1. Jacob

    Jacob2 hari yang lalu

    how about no one uses this shit os?

  2. Raymond Monk

    Raymond Monk7 hari yang lalu

    I’m so angry I can’t still run my Tandy T1000 …lol make it harder for the hackers is always a good deal.. use your current version until you buy a new pc.. but be aware that when there are many more secure computers in the mainstream the lesser secure ones will become the easy targets….

  3. DeinonychusCowboy

    DeinonychusCowboy9 hari yang lalu

    God hearing linus explain a phone cabinet (what we called the less wealthy version of the "kitchen desk") to zoomers made me accept that I'm almost middle aged

  4. Ashleigh Adams

    Ashleigh Adams12 hari yang lalu

    *Watches video on a 10 year old PC built in 2011...*

  5. Jonathan Tam

    Jonathan Tam13 hari yang lalu

    I only recently upgraded my Haswell i5 4690k to a ryzen 5 5600x, I practically didn’t see a massive improvement at 1440p games I thought were CPU bound were still running badly; like Xcom2 , far cry 4, assassins creed black flag. I’m not saying go buy an old Cpu, but I’d say laymens shouldn’t feel pressured to upgrade just because a “power-user” says 5-10 year-old chips are not good enough for purpose. It makes e-waste

  6. Sue Blankenship

    Sue Blankenship14 hari yang lalu

    Hi Linus

  7. spacegamblerjr

    spacegamblerjr17 hari yang lalu

    all these amazing topics at the start of the show. they talked about none of them!!!!!!!

  8. Mr. Bennett

    Mr. Bennett17 hari yang lalu

    Straight up, I have an stock-clock i5-6600k and a GTX 2080 (Base, Gen1) and I have yet to find a game I don't get full VSync on my 1080p60 projector.

  9. RealGamerNewz

    RealGamerNewz18 hari yang lalu

    Why are Luke's pupils always so huge? Is he in the dark? It's probably better on your eyes having less light at least. :-P

  10. nzoomed

    nzoomed18 hari yang lalu

    Does this mean windows 11 is forcing you to use bitlocker?

  11. Drest Drestlin

    Drest Drestlin19 hari yang lalu

    damn man, you rich af

  12. HazewinDog

    HazewinDog20 hari yang lalu

    are you seriously telling me all the stuff in that house is from 1992? just throw it all out and start over. it looks awful, and completely outdated both in looks and usability. this looks like a real project house.

  13. Aaditya Mohan

    Aaditya Mohan20 hari yang lalu

    In India there are a whole lot of PCs which are still running fine with windows 7.

  14. Joshua Bennetts

    Joshua Bennetts20 hari yang lalu

    congrats on the house

  15. Frosty.

    Frosty.20 hari yang lalu

    o my, someone buying a legit mansion

  16. Ryan Brewer

    Ryan Brewer20 hari yang lalu

    I have a I7-5930K and it runs just fine, I find no reason to have Microsoft tell me I can't run this CPU when Linux runs on it just fine. I wish games were ported to Linux so I wouldn't have to deal with this.

  17. Nathan Miller Video

    Nathan Miller Video21 hari yang lalu

    I have a Windows machine specifically for data management for videography. I daily an iPad Pro because I don't want to have to worry about data management and all the stuff and maintenance that comes with running a Mac or Windows machine. It is amazing how many people who have computers don't know how to properly maintenance stuff like caches building up, desktop hoarding, folder structure. For most people an iPad or Chromebook is actually the best option.

  18. Sam Yu

    Sam Yu21 hari yang lalu

    I would love to backup my stuff to a stranger or friend. I have like less than 5% of my disk space that is super critical but I also had to pay for cloud storage just for that cloud storage yet I cannot have any used for the 95% of free space for it (less with non-important media that I got).

  19. Mika

    Mika21 hari yang lalu

    Sadly you cannot target AVX2 on windows 11 because Intel had the genius idea of not having AVX2 in pentiums even after coffee lake, only recently did they start putting it in pentiums :(

  20. Mika

    Mika21 hari yang lalu

    Agree that older CPU architectures are still relevant, rocking an i7-4790k and upgraded to a 1070ti, great combo and I don't think I'll need (do want though) an upgrade for a while

  21. Mika

    Mika21 hari yang lalu

    I will have upgraded my desktop by 2025 though, a 6 year old top tier cpu is pretty ok but 10-11 years old that's probably not as great anymore

  22. Rambo 919

    Rambo 91922 hari yang lalu

    Expecting people to upgrade less than every 10-15 years is the privilege of the wealthy.

  23. Sascomer Random

    Sascomer Random10 hari yang lalu

    It's about priorities.End of.

  24. Ivan B

    Ivan B23 hari yang lalu

    Linus, put a pink Civic photo above the fireplace :)

  25. WolveWick

    WolveWick23 hari yang lalu

    if anyone could answer. why doesnt microsoft release a windows for gaming?, windows lite and optimized for games? that would sell alot.

  26. TurTleguy123r

    TurTleguy123r23 hari yang lalu

    Dream house goals

  27. J_Net Reloaded

    J_Net Reloaded23 hari yang lalu

    lets all go back to torrents and peer to peer then wel all never lose any data ever again! lets bring back the 90's! no leftis cuck woke bs no sjw's no hassel lol

  28. SwordQuake

    SwordQuake24 hari yang lalu

    Holy shit, so much saltiness about the TPM requirements. If you don't have TPM just use Win 10. 11 doesn't need to support every single potato.

  29. SwordQuake

    SwordQuake24 hari yang lalu

    @ZipplyZane I'm not defending them, I'm saying people are crying over nothing. Losing market share over this is a valid point, though.

  30. ZipplyZane

    ZipplyZane24 hari yang lalu

    "Fortunately we have a product for people who aren't able to get some form of connectivity, it's called Xbox 360." Giving people reasons to not use your product is not a good idea. Having to continue to support an old OS because people won't upgrade is not a success. The last thing Microsoft needs is to have a sizeable portion of the public still using Windows 10 in 2025, which is what will happen. If they require SecureBoot, then that will cause headaches for enthusiasts to get their dual boot systems running. IF they don't require it, the TPM does nothing. You're defending a two-trillion dollar company, and telling people to just shut up and not voice their complaints. You're saying a company should be able to just create arbitrary requirements to try and force people to buy new stuff. That's moronic. If we don't put pressure on Microsoft to not do this, they will put further arbitrary restrictions to force upgrades. TPM is not needed.

  31. Dustin Rodriguez

    Dustin Rodriguez24 hari yang lalu

    The TPM is needed along with the killing off of local system accounts in order to tie the user to DRM so that Windows can transition to being a subscription service where you pay month after month for your hardware to operate. They're going to need to MASSIVELY increase the amount of only-Windows features if they want to pull this off. If they did it right now, people would just flee to Linux in large numbers. Windows, right now, has gaming. And that's it. People don't give hard drives enough credit, that's for sure. It's positively insane, especially nowdays, how they work and what goes into them. The platters are coated with exotic materials like rubidium, they contain rare earth neodymium magnets, ultra-high-precision motors, the read heads float a micron above the surface, they pump the chamber full of helium (of which there is a global shortage), and they're starting to add microwave lasers into their design in order to make the bits easier to flip during writes. And the cost per terabyte is still a tenth or less of the price of just a bunch of dumb solid state chips that are nothing but a regular grid array of NAND logic gates. It's almost like there's some kind of grossly absurd price-fixing going on. But, no, the companies that price-fixed RAM, LCD panels, then RAM again, they certainly had learned their lesson and wouldn't do it with NAND... right?

  32. I Gede Adi Surya Eka Pramana Putra

    I Gede Adi Surya Eka Pramana Putra24 hari yang lalu

    just update regedit when do clean install ON error message press shift + f10 add \HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE_SOFTWARE\System\Setup add new key LabConfig add Dword 32 BypassRamCheck, BypassTPMCheck, BypassSecureBootCheck each dword has 1 value back and continue the installation :)

  33. Anuran Oo

    Anuran Oo24 hari yang lalu

    Every TPM 2.0 modules is sold out for my Asus Z97 Pro-Gamer. I can buy them from scalpers for 60 euro, but I'd rather switch to Linux for real. FU Microsoft

  34. Bill

    Bill24 hari yang lalu

    I think TPM requirement is crap. Should be able to opt out. Not everyone needs the extra security. I know I personally don't.

  35. Michael Reineke

    Michael Reineke24 hari yang lalu

    32:04 Did he mean Mega? DropBox very much does have the encryption keys for the files you upload; they are totally visible to DropBox's staff and whatnot. If you want to get around this you'd want to use the FOSS program Cryptomator, or Boxcryptor (Closed-Source and I think ~50$ a year). Not promoting illegal activity, but weird Linus would say DropBox can't see your files when they totally can. Also note that pirated movies, ROMs, etc, are ALSO illegal; I doubt the FBI would raid your house or search your DropBox for that type of stuff, but if they did find it, they probably would get you charged for it.

  36. costafilh0

    costafilh024 hari yang lalu


  37. demize95

    demize9524 hari yang lalu

    "You're gonna have rooms that are hotter and you're gonna have rooms that are not as hot" Someone needs to tell Linus about air balancing. Get an air balancing company in, they can do their best to balance the amount of air coming out of each vent and make sure every room (ideally) stays about the same temperature.

  38. VisionlessOne

    VisionlessOne24 hari yang lalu

    well, I’m one of those users it’s running a 2012 dale laptop with the onboard trusted platform module already in place. I’ve used bit locker and the only concern I have about windows 11 is the same concern that I’ve had for a long time about windows 10: how accessible is it for a totally blind user? I use JAWS (the freedom scientific offering for screen readers) and I’ve had moderate success in using most apps in windows seven. Now, windows 10 had some issues early on and I never went to windows 10 as a result. However, with 10 falling out of support here in the next three years, I’m having to start looking at windows 11 if I wish to continue using the windows environment. As for older hardware, I’ve got plenty of that around here. I have an AMDX2 machine with a fairly recent vintage GPU-based video output on it. It’s still a beast and complain most modern games, even though I don’t play those games. I’ve use that machine for other purposes that required intensive CPU capability. but as with any of the older hardware, it’s not being as useful as some of the newer stuff like my 2014 Mac mini. In any case, I’ve got all the bits and pieces around here to actually set up a fairly Bfree network attached storage. I’ve got 23 TB external hard drive‘s and one10 TB external hard drive. All I would need would be a small boot partition on see a USB flash drive for Linux, and I could have myself a reasonably decent NAS. And yeah, because of the trusted platform module issue, I now store all of my data externally. I also have one USB stick for that Windows laptop that I store a back up key on for the TPM. I learned this along time ago when I ran into a hardware failure and lost all of my previous data. The rule here is this: if you don’t have to store it locally, don’t! It’ll save you a lot of headaches in the long run. Since I have a lot of older hardware around here, I don’t have to go spending any money for new stuff. However, if I want to run windows 11, I’m definitely going to need a replacement laptop. Anybody got any decent recommendations for something that’ll fit my large hands, and provide at least halfway decent CPU capability and able to run windows 11? Also, Will JAWS working windows 11? Without that, I’m afraid windows 11 will be out of my reach until somebody beats up the accessibility.

  39. ziv

    ziv24 hari yang lalu

    I just noticed he has that little dock thing for a mod mic. Those are absolute garbage tier.

  40. Mike Betsanes

    Mike Betsanes24 hari yang lalu

    I have this exact problem; I have an MSI Z87M Gaming (Intel 4th Gen, runs just fine for what I do - , which has a TPM header, but I have bought two TPMs that have not succeeded in working, one even that should have. I opened an inquiry with Sales about the TPM modules they sell, and THEY directed me to MSI Technical Support. Frustrating but not unreasonable. This was in early May, before we even heard about this; I was just trying to use Windows Hello. I have not heard back. Both TPMs I purchased had the right header configuration and were MSI branded. This product misinformation is confusing to me, and I'm career IT.

  41. Samuel Fluker

    Samuel Fluker25 hari yang lalu

    Code42 CrashPlan software used to allow a similar backup system where you could friends people and allow them to backup to your storage device, however they moved away from allowing personal access and now require a subscription service even for personal storage use

  42. kungfujesus06

    kungfujesus0625 hari yang lalu

    I don't know why the TPM requirement was forced on when clearly bitlocker has supported strings for boot keys or thumb drives for decades.

  43. Robert Cone

    Robert Cone25 hari yang lalu

    Right now is not a good time to bring a product to market that requires a newer CUP with a ship shortage . Even if you can afford a newer CPU doesn't mean you can get one.

  44. Shaun Young

    Shaun Young25 hari yang lalu

    I remember spending a ton of time trying to find that Pearl Harbor game after it disappeared from Addicting Games.

  45. Adamz Ahoy

    Adamz Ahoy25 hari yang lalu

    Well Kaby-Lake supports AVX2 so this argument is invalid. It could be intel behind the scenes because of spectre and meltdown on Sky ans Kaby Lake cpus.

  46. kungfujesus06

    kungfujesus0625 hari yang lalu

    Why does the 1080p version look so soft? Did somebody screw up uploading/transcoding these?

  47. Jacob L

    Jacob L25 hari yang lalu

    29:45 Linus litterally described the use case for blockchain technology in decentralizing mass storage and backups. Bittorrent, Chai, and more crypto names are doing just that.

  48. DxCBuG

    DxCBuG25 hari yang lalu

    i run a 2600k on a secondary gaming computer... totally fine.


    SUBOPTIMAL25 hari yang lalu

    This reaction has been perfectly calculated by Microsoft, they are not stupid. Making those things a REQUIREMENT makes people panic and talk about it, there would be no 1h WAN show talking about this if there was a warning during the installation that allows you to continue with a simple "i dont care button". This way people is talking about this and will start taking this into account and they will be covered once they want to really start to enforce it.

  50. Zappy

    Zappy25 hari yang lalu

    Just signed the contract for my first 🏠! Congrats Linus!

  51. Phantom Aspect

    Phantom Aspect25 hari yang lalu

    Seems likely that Linux will start being supported on a massive scale when Windows 11 releases due to the statements from Microsoft.

  52. Rex Stark

    Rex Stark25 hari yang lalu

    Pretty sure the only reason they require TPM in Windows 11 is because they want to compete with Steam and other games/app stores in DRM. Their main focus for Windows 11 is making the Windows Store "a thing", and in order to do so they have to offer something unique. That unique thing will be that developers can rest assured that downloaded software will be locked to that specific hardware configuration, and if that ever changes the user will have to spend more money re-buying software for their "new" computer. The fact that they hide this away under "haha it will makes your computer 9999% more resistant to virus" is gross.

  53. Dane Liberatore

    Dane Liberatore25 hari yang lalu

    I have back up CD's and DVD's from I can't remember when or what's on them.

  54. chantal wiebe

    chantal wiebe25 hari yang lalu

    Linus, get a professional taken photo of you, yvonne and the kids out having fun and put it in the frame!

  55. Hello Kitty Lover Man!

    Hello Kitty Lover Man!25 hari yang lalu

    How come we can't see the chat replay on this one?

  56. Hello Kitty Lover Man!

    Hello Kitty Lover Man!25 hari yang lalu

    Linus, if you're making fun of this new house so much, as if you don't really like it, then _why did you buy it?_

  57. Hello Kitty Lover Man!

    Hello Kitty Lover Man!25 hari yang lalu

    Just because a house was built in the early 90s doesn't automatically mean there'd be no network wiring in it. You may already know that this house doesn't have it, but don't say it like it just always means that in general. My parents' house was built in 1995 but they still had some network cabling added. It's on some of the outside walls.

  58. safe driving

    safe driving25 hari yang lalu

    Dumbass hyped for these home tech renovation videos 🔥

  59. Hello Kitty Lover Man!

    Hello Kitty Lover Man!25 hari yang lalu

    I have an idea, Linus. Put your big TV in that space where the painting is! Ahahh! Just kidding. Explain to us: Why do you hate that so much?

  60. Hello Kitty Lover Man!

    Hello Kitty Lover Man!25 hari yang lalu

    "I don't own a single piece of art!" What, really, you don't have your logo? You've never saved a drawing of yours? You've never taken a nice photo of something that you stored on your NAS?

  61. Googlewreckedit

    Googlewreckedit25 hari yang lalu

    40:45 "making sure you can't see outside" but aren't many of these images going to be easily comparable to sold real estate listings in your region? I'd hesitate to put that out there publicly but anyone interested in stalking would have thought of it already. I mean especially if that's how the PO had it dressed for sale this is probably super easy to find. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  62. Hello Kitty Lover Man!

    Hello Kitty Lover Man!25 hari yang lalu

    Ouch, Linus, I'm so sorry that you lost a bunch of photos! I hope you kept that drive though in case you can find a really great data recovery artist! And I agree, Luke, thank you so much!

  63. Hello Kitty Lover Man!

    Hello Kitty Lover Man!25 hari yang lalu

    "I wish I had put it somewhere." What do you mean? Having it on your hard drive as installed on your computer supposedly "isn't putting it somewhere"?

  64. Hello Kitty Lover Man!

    Hello Kitty Lover Man!25 hari yang lalu

    Oops, there's no such thing as a "TPM module." Can you guess why?

  65. Mark James Tech Games

    Mark James Tech Games25 hari yang lalu

    The i7-6700 igpu is actually fking sick! Still blows my mind to this very day the games it can play!

  66. Jack Deez

    Jack Deez25 hari yang lalu

    You can’t buy anything. Nothing exciting. Only exciting for you guys since you get everything

  67. Robert Kelly

    Robert Kelly25 hari yang lalu

    Did Intel ever figure out 7nm?

  68. Christian Richert

    Christian Richert25 hari yang lalu

    Luckily most modern systems come with a standard cloud provider. And having the ability to access all my files on any computer via OneDrive Rally changed my life

  69. Ciri Learns Ya

    Ciri Learns Ya25 hari yang lalu

    Google photos

  70. Tyson Flinders

    Tyson Flinders25 hari yang lalu

    If I understand it correctly, TPM would prevent me from being able to remove my boot and/or data drive and simply connect them into a new system, right?

  71. Tyson Flinders

    Tyson Flinders25 hari yang lalu

    Also, I'm concerned that Microsoft and/or app developers could utilize TPM to gain even more control over the system.

  72. charlie laverty

    charlie laverty25 hari yang lalu

    Well done Linus, worked v hard for it all, enjoy. :)

  73. Cmdr Jägermeister

    Cmdr Jägermeister25 hari yang lalu

    I like how people are worried about TPM and win11 in schools. Meanwhile, our school is still @ windows 7, because we are not allowed to use anything that came after that because of how strickt data privacy laws for schools are. We cannot even use current versions of office.

  74. Tim Mug

    Tim Mug26 hari yang lalu

    The vod for this isn’t on Floatplane?

  75. ingmarins

    ingmarins26 hari yang lalu

    saw my techy friend's girlfriend's wallet, apparently i was the second person to recognize her ridge wallet

  76. Nathaniel Miller

    Nathaniel Miller26 hari yang lalu

    How many tech-upgrade videos will it take to recoup the cost of the house?

  77. Rahul Jain

    Rahul Jain26 hari yang lalu

    So you’re saying no windows 11 for my E5462 server cpu running on lga775 socket?

  78. Whatnoww

    Whatnoww26 hari yang lalu

    Do you guys have a tutorial on using an old computer to run a NAS?

  79. krypt1c

    krypt1c26 hari yang lalu

    That kitchen desk be lookin thicc

  80. hi tech redneck

    hi tech redneck26 hari yang lalu

    you guys look baked

  81. whiteandnerdytuba

    whiteandnerdytuba26 hari yang lalu

    "a lot of content coming" means he's going to schill for a ton of free tech

  82. Izzy Ace Dolphin

    Izzy Ace Dolphin26 hari yang lalu

    26:09 for a long time I wasn't able to back up my data cause I was a kid with very little money even though I knew it was important to do. Now that I have money I'm buying somr harddrives and turning my old pc into a nas. And then I might also back that up with crash plan or back blaze or somthing like that

  83. Esp

    Esp26 hari yang lalu

    You can make shared folder for group in google drive and they can add, edit or delete files if given permission to do it.

  84. Scotty24198424

    Scotty2419842426 hari yang lalu

    My point is that I don’t care whether my PC has the capability for TPM it’s just that it should NOT be a requirement and I think MS need to make it absolutely clear why they have made it a requirement because there is potential for huge issues being caused by this unnecessarily. Typical technically minded people not actually using their brains. Also the requirement for an MS account needs to fuck off as well. I think this is a great opportunity for Linux to step up to the plate and make an OS to compete.

  85. Jonathan Ray Pereira

    Jonathan Ray Pereira26 hari yang lalu

    Don't you just love it when the ads come in the intro, Luke and Linus's Avatars are without their Beards ahahhaahha

  86. Man Hobby Channel

    Man Hobby Channel26 hari yang lalu

    The tea or coffee table on the balcony with bedroom access is perfect for the first cup of morning coffee. I had an electric boiler and some freeze-dried coffee or tea bags in the bedroom. Have a timer on it, so there is hot water when your alarm clock rings. Put on your robe and pour water/tea or coffee. Sit on the balcony and enjoy the first cup of morning coffee. That is such a joy. No kids, no noise, just a calm start to the morning.

  87. Karel Chrastina

    Karel Chrastina26 hari yang lalu

    The Win11 and the backup parts are so out of touch with ordinary people I wonder in what bubble Linus lives. Users should encrypt and backup their data(to cloud). The same users who cannot understand what is a secure password and because of their memory they choose passwords like 12345abC, P4ssw0rd and such? And for most if not all the services they use? REALLY? Also I love how he advertises uploading the data to cloud when multiple cloud leaks happened and multiple famous people were not happy with them :D That's what you can expect from ordinary users - weak passwords, no or weak encryption. Unless the OS solves this heavily for them, then users won't do this properly(if they do it at all). And the expectations that users will keep the keys for their data secure... lulz, what will happen mostly is - my PC is dead, at least the backup is secure. yeah, but the keys are gone too so your backup is useless, man. But maybe MS will solve this in a manner which is user and secure frinedly! :) At least that would validate their requirement for the MS account :D Also IPS and their upload speeds xD

  88. Kahana82

    Kahana8226 hari yang lalu

    29:10 Why should people backup their data? About cross allocating a backup storage space between unraid users : There are solutions for this built on blockchain technology, like STORJ (among others) which will distribute/decentralize your data (to other peoples systems using the network) and will "pay" you in STORJ tokens (for doing the same with other peoples data).

  89. DX Pedro

    DX Pedro26 hari yang lalu

    That shared/pooled cloud backup solution is actually really smart and good idea.

  90. Simon Wilbert Kramer

    Simon Wilbert Kramer26 hari yang lalu

    even cloud storage has some risk attached to it, a datacenter burned down in germany last year (i think) and people lost data.

  91. Dan Phillips

    Dan Phillips26 hari yang lalu

    You can tell how rich someone is by the number of fire places in there house.

  92. Kinomora

    Kinomora26 hari yang lalu

    29:49 man, Linus, what you're talking about here is literally what Sia Skynet does. Decentralized cloud storage for cheap, you offer up storage and can rent storage on the network. It's geographically redundant, too.

  93. Kata Seiko

    Kata Seiko26 hari yang lalu

    Honey is great.. If you buy in the US or Canada. It's absolutely useless in the EU.

  94. Angel Arch

    Angel Arch26 hari yang lalu

    "No problem, just win windows 10 then...", just like when MS told everyone, "No problem, just use a xbox 360" during the xbox1 reveal. That guy is fired now.

  95. HazewinDog

    HazewinDog20 hari yang lalu

    I don't think they'll say it. People don't tend to find it difficult to come to the decision they don't want change anyway.

  96. Gerald Gutsue II

    Gerald Gutsue II24 hari yang lalu

    I came here to say this, but knew in my heart it had already been said

  97. Peter Churchyard

    Peter Churchyard26 hari yang lalu

    Why would you want to install Windows 11 ?

  98. brooks maczka

    brooks maczka26 hari yang lalu

    So we think he bought it under a trust or P.O. Box to make it harder for someone to dox him ?

  99. Evan Russell

    Evan Russell26 hari yang lalu

    Super happy for you Linus! You earned it and happy to see you enjoy the fruits of your labor.

  100. Chukah

    Chukah26 hari yang lalu

    Do I have to move on from win7?

  101. Reaper

    Reaper26 hari yang lalu

    you can even build a nas with a pi4. a god damned pi4

  102. Gogo Brasil

    Gogo Brasil26 hari yang lalu

    Linus severely missed the point with the “stay in Windows 10” thing. It’s not about when Microsoft stops supporting it, it’s about when the software I need stops supporting it the same way (so I’m looking at it from the perspective of someone who works with their PCs). And that can happen a lot sooner. As soon as some version doesn’t work the same way it does on win11, which the people I need to collaborate with might have. Also, “staying on win10” means your PC lasting way less time than it would if Microsoft would simply accommodate it. It’s gonna turn into e-waste sooner than it should. It can run Win11 perfectly fine, it’s just artificially locked out of it. And I always like to mention the fact than an iPhone SE is getting updates for longer than a big boy desktop PC made in the same year. If that's okay with you, I don't know what wouldn't be. Also, remember you guys are in North America. You’re getting new flashy CPUs easily. I guarantee you there’s unsupported CPUs being sold as new in big stores right now, around the world. Windows is NOT a North America exclusive product.

  103. Gogo Brasil

    Gogo Brasil26 hari yang lalu

    Forgot to say: A new version of Windows is unlike a new version of basically any other product ever. You can update a linux distro and that will affect a very small amount of people. You can update a service like Google Drive and people can always look for alternatives. But Windows is THE only desktop OS for the vast majority of the world. Linux isn't ready for end users, and macOS is exclusive to expensive Apple products. Chrome OS is fine for browsing but that's about it. Microsoft has a HUGE responsibility with not a small group of enthusiasts, not a fraction of the users in a small industry, but the GLOBAL ECONOMY. Practically every single human being or organization that needs a PC. Not just your gaming rig but entire systems that keep the world running, from engineering firms to government sectors to hospitals to lawyers to architects, in the US, in France, in Namibia, in Argentina, in Indonesia, in Russia. Every. Single. Corner of the world. But they're fine with instantly making the vast majority of these critical PCs obsolete in the name of.... Encrypting your drive? Me and hundreds of millions of people will have to shell out much needed money, landfills will get millions of tons of PCs that could still be getting use for years to come... Because some out of touch executive in Redmond with much more power over the world than they should ever be allowed to have just one day woke up and decided to force our hands?

  104. Gogo Brasil

    Gogo Brasil26 hari yang lalu

    I think his perspective was too narrow, it seemed to be from the pov of people that use their PCs only for gaming/entertainment and live in North America. Sure, if all you care about is that your game runs, you're probably fine. You don't need the latest versions of every software, therefore you don't need Windows 11. I understand why so many people think we want Windows 11 just for the novelty of it. It's what *they* want. OS updates are just a nice little bonus for you to look at before you open Steam. That's fine. But if you need professional software, you need the latest versions. That guy gave the school example, that's only scratching the surface. What about Universities? Specially public funded ones? Imagine the millions of taxpayer money they'll have to spend because Microsft fancies it, not because the hardware they currently have can't run it? That's money that's not going to other much needed expenses an University has. And even worse: Individual professionals. Freelancers. Heck, anyone that works on their PC for a living with anything that's more complex than Word. They're supposed to just bank out a brand new PC in the middle of a global crisis? (which again, you don't know the full extent of if you only look at it from the North American pov. But even there, people are still struggling and can't pay for a brand new PC. And that's the region of the world with the cheapest electronics). So this huge disruption, this massive amount of e-waste, surely it's justified, surely there was a world stopping need for it, something that explains the massive cost Microsoft is pressing onto all of us, right? No. Windows 11 can run on a Windows Phone and a Core 2 Duo.

  105. Alex Oja

    Alex Oja26 hari yang lalu

    Please make a simple tutorial for making a NAS using some simple hardware, open source windows-compatible software, so that it just connects to a port on my router and is accessible via SMB on all my devices.

  106. Brian Nebeker

    Brian Nebeker26 hari yang lalu

    How much data is written to the boot drive without any choice or knowledge that it is there? Seems like applications these days put stuff all over the place.

  107. TheEVEInspiration

    TheEVEInspiration26 hari yang lalu

    The name of the thief sounded Russian or East European...so he likely got caught by drinking too much and then bragging about his deeds.

  108. TheEVEInspiration

    TheEVEInspiration26 hari yang lalu

    So it took them 21 years to ditch 32 bit support, where even 10 years would been terribly late! Thus I am glad that this time they are a little bit more aggressive in blocking old hardware. Software will now be optimized for the new guaranteed feature set.

  109. Mark Brousseau

    Mark Brousseau26 hari yang lalu

    I still get an anxiety attack every time I think of the time I pulled my sister's hard drive out of her old laptop, explicitly to save her daughter's baby pictures, and the damn hard drive crapped out during the transfer. Lost everything. Worst feeling in the world having to explain that and just having nothing to do. I don't know, if I can find it lying around maybe I can afford to get the data retrieved. Anyway--I can relate. Horrible feeling.