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  1. Oh well, thanks a lot for trying to help out!
  2. Not sure if it's the most recent, but I have version 1909. I keep letting windows updates going. I'm glad to hear that my sensibility isn't normal as I can't seem to find someone else having the same problem.
  3. Unfortunately no, it's 2 steps from max speed. It just feels extremely sticky for some reason. Sticky.mp4
  4. That's the thing. I often go too slow and it catch it. I'm wondering if there's a way to lower the sensitivity even slower.
  5. Hi, I have 3 monitors and constantly re-arrange windows from browsers, softwares, folders or images, since I do multimedia work. The Multitasking Snapping functionality is great when I need to split each windows, but sometimes I just wish to drag it to my other monitor without snapping. I'm not sure if it's just me, but I find that the snapping sensibility is recently stronger than before. I used to gently drag them, but now I constantly have the snapping prompt up. I try to use Window key + Arrow but it's a bit slower when trying to replace 5 windows quickly. Does anyone know how to reduce the sensibility of the snapping without disabling it? If it could be possible to just place the window at the edge with a timer of 0.5 second before it snap. Thanks!
  6. Yeah I thought about it too when I saw the video, but he wasn't using his 4 keyboards for his full editor potential: I'm curious to see him in action with everything he has built in 4 years.
  7. Unfortunately this video shows how he's using his abilities as a tutorial. But I'd be interested to see him actually editing a video instead of taking time to explain how he's doing it.
  8. I've been a huge fan on learning new tricks with AutoHotkey from the super fast editor Taran Van Hemert, but I was never been able to find a video of him editing a video from start to finish. I'd be curious to see his workflow in real time. Does anyone know where I can see him? Thanks!
  9. Oh wow thanks a lot for the suggested list and comments! I'll keep an eye on these items for sales.
  10. Hi everyone, happy new year! I've been wanting to improve my PC for a while now as I've only been upgrading parts here and there. After I've watched one of Linus's video: "The Perfect DIY Gaming PC - Early 2020 Buyer's Guide" I've finally got the motivation to buy new pieces. Currently my PC is: RAM: 28Gb DDR3 1TB HDD + 2TB HDD CPU: i7 3.40hz (Currently not at home to answer specifically but it's a low end version) GPU: GTX 1060 6GB Power Supply: 575W Motherboard: LGA 1155, Intel I've been wanting to upgrade to these parts: Motherboard: MSI Performance Gaming. Linus suggest to get an MSI b450 gaming plus, but I really wish to have two M.2 slots for the future. Storage: 1x Samsung 970 EVO 1TB. Not sure if I should keep my HDD or get some SSD or another M.2? CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 Linus suggested this and I think it'd be a good upgrade from my current i7. I'm honestly not quite sure what's the difference with the 3600X other than 0.2GHz improvement at overclocked. GPU: I'm thinking of keeping my GTX 1060 6GB, but the new RTX kind of make me want to upgrade... but I'm not sure if my current GPU is good enough for now or is it truely worth upgrading? RAM: DDR4 3600MH (Not sure which once specifically). Linus mentionned the G.Skill Ripjaws, but they are always out of stock. Any alternative? Case: Since the new ATX motherboard won't fit in my old compact case I was thinking of trying this Fractal Design Case, but I'm very open to suggestions. It would be interesting to have some RGB fans as I've never tried before. A bit of background, I do play a lot of PC game (over 400 games on Steam), do so amateur 3D modeling and 2D animation in After-Effects and wish to have it VR ready for a future purchace. I'd also wish to upgrade my PC now (future proof for a good 10 years) so I don't have to upgrade every 2 years but without getting the most expensive gear, if that's reasonable? I don't have an ultimate budget in mind so I'd be open to suggestions that are around these suggested parts and if it's truely worth it and you're mentionning that I should totally spend the price for it, I'd be willing to buy it. Thank you very much!
  11. Hi, I work as a Multimedia developer and every day I'd do something different. Illustrations in illustrator with references & photoshop open, programming with Visual code open & live preview with reference, motion graphic with Illustrator, after effect, reference, result windows open, all layed on 3 screens... I find it a bit tedious to always re-organise all my windows to the layout I'm used to depending on the task. I was wondering if anyone knew a software that would let you save the layout of your screens and with a hotkey to relay them to the same position. So for instance have a profile for Coding and all my coding related windows lay them out accordingly (if software not open, open them and resize/lay it out). Thanks!
  12. Sorry for the late reply. I've successfully migrated my old hard drive to my new SSD and it works flawless! Here are the steps I've done: Plug your SSD in your computer with a power cable from your powersuply and sata cable (make sure you have a sata cable since my hard drive didn't came with one and I had to use the dvd player's sata cable) Boot the computer. Download the Samsung Data Migration Software. It'll ask you to make a backup of your old hard drive on a usb key or another external harddrive that has more than 8gb of space. I did it just in case, but I didn't use it at the end. Also take note of your serial key seen under Control Panel > System and Security > System > Windows Activation. Make sure that your Windows 10 has an account with an email, as I realised the computer I migrated had a Windows 7 version and went to Windows 10 without an actual account. From what I readed, it could cause some issues if you don't have an account. Use the Samsung Data Migration Software to migrate from the old hard drive to SSD (Make sure you have enough space, otherwise clean up space. I use WinDirStat to locate hidden heavy files and CCleaner for an overall cleanup. After the Migration, shut down the computer and unplug your old Hard Drive as it might boot on it and create issues. Boot your computer and hold F8 or F12 or which ever options to start in the BIOS. In the BIOS, set the default hard drive to boot to your SSD. Start your computer and make sure everything's fine. Shut down and replug your old hard drive. Start up again and check if both hard drives shows up. I didn't cared about my other drive so I've formated it, but I'm not sure if there'll be issues having windows installed on 2 hard drives. Make sure you re-install windows as there might be issues with future updates. Use this tool to re-install windows. This is where you need your Windows account setted up before re-installing Windows. Follow the straightforward tool. It takes a while to re-install and your good to go! Good luck!
  13. Really reasuring to hear! I was afraid that it would be similar as having no power in the middle of bios updates.
  14. I see. Thanks for the heads up, I'll follow the process!