devtesla

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devtesla wrote

it's some security stuff, that you might be able to fix with like a dongle or something if you really wanted to down the line. it also makes the developers happy to not have to support older hardware. and of course it's to push people to buy a new laptop lol

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devtesla wrote

what's yur cpu? I have a Ryzen 3600 and I had to turn on a weird security feature in my motherboard bios to install it

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devtesla wrote

no, there's too many bugs, but in like two years it'll be an easy recommendation. the settings app is much nicer, it fixed some display switching issues I had, and otherwise it works just like 10

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devtesla wrote

Lol, its really more a windows mobile thing. a big part of windows 10 was that you could write apps that would work on windows mobile, xbox, and windows pc at the same time. "universal windows platform". it became clear that no one was going to do this almost immediately, with mobile failing and xbox refocusing on gaming

a big part of why windows 11 exists at all is to remove all the stuff tied to uwp

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devtesla wrote

"tiles" lmao. a slightly useful idea to put information about what's inside an application into a widget that's used to launch it, but never caught on and devolved into ads in the start menu. removed in windows 11 but they'll probably find some other way to advertise to people

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devtesla wrote

yep, there's a reason Remedy will have my attention no matter what they do

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devtesla wrote

not gonna look up if there's donkey kong nft apes but I know it to be true