El Capitan has been announced to run fine on my 2007 Macbook Pro. Sorry your computer isn't powerful enough.
He doesn't, he just said he pays for netflix and hulu+.
-1, but ironically.
"Likewise, you could stream a game from a Windows PC to an OS X machine, or vice versa."
Unfortunately, the vice versa part isn't quite there yet, only Windows PCs can be the host OS at the moment. Valve do intend to patch in host functionality on Linux and OS X eventually though.
I was with you all the way until your use of the word "baka".
I find the basic unit of Powershell being the object, rather than characters to be a big stumbling block to learning it.
Thanks for pointing that out, I'm not yet familiar with all the new features of HTML5.
VLC media player is considered a best in class media player, and it is open source.
He's referring to this mess of a human being: https://encyclopediadramatica.se/Chris-chan
I believe, on the mac side at least, the issue was some sort of patent HP has on wireless printing. I was looking forward to the original airprint, which Apple beta'd with software to put on your mac to let iPads use printers on it. This software was later removed, and the part of apple's site about airprint had a list of HP printers to buy instead. From the beta's withdrawal came the release of "airprint activator" a nice third party tool that did what apple's software was supposed to before it got lawyered to death.
I'd love to see a HD Cool Spot remake before we all crash into oblivion.
It works fine on windows too.
Hats off? No I don't think the TF2 developers would like that.
Minecraft can be pretty grouchy on the RAM it uses.