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LTTfan2006

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About LTTfan2006

  • Title
    Member

Profile Information

  • Location
    Computer Way Galaxy
  • Gender
    Male
  • Interests
    Learning about computers and Virtual Machines, a bit of coding in websites.

System

  • CPU
    Core i3 3217U
  • Motherboard
    Dell Inspiron 3521
  • RAM
    8GB DDR3
  • GPU
    Integrated Graphics
  • Case
    None
  • Storage
    Crucial MX500 500GB SSD
  • PSU
    None
  • Display(s)
    15.6" built in laptop display, cheap Acer 1920x1080 monitor.
  • Cooling
    Laptop's built in air cooling solution
  • Keyboard
    Built in
  • Mouse
    Trackpad
  • Sound
    Integrated Speakers
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home Single Language
  • Laptop
    Dell Inspiron 3521

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  1. Yes, HDMI to VGA adapters are a thing. Though, don't cheap out on them, as the cheaper ones(IMO) soften the image a bit. Just search for "HDMI to VGA" adapters. Also, these adapters are directional. So that means, if you buy a "VGA to HDMI" adapter, it will fit, but won't work. Just keep that in mind. You need an "HDMI to VGA" adapter.
    1. Murasaki

      Murasaki

      That reaction is synonymous with /s

    2. LTTfan2006

      LTTfan2006

      image.png.7dfc72de323ca6eee3503d6961848912.png

      So very informative.

      LOL🤣

    3. Murasaki

      Murasaki

      10 minutes ago, LTTfan2006 said:

      image.png.7dfc72de323ca6eee3503d6961848912.png

      So very informative.

      LOL🤣

      told ya so!

  2. I am talking about this font(EDIT: Please check the website[link mentioned], the picture doesn't seem to be clear enough): I really like this font. So, I thought about using it on my website(on my local network, very simple one). Is there any way to use it by styling it with CSS? Or are these proprietary fonts? Link to the page: https://beta.linustechtips.com/topic/268-ignore-status-updates-should-be-separate-from-posts/
  3. I don't quite understand your issue. If you turn off your monitor, Windows will automatically switch to the only monitor available, the TV. This is very normal. Could you better explain your issue and what you want to accomplish? Apologies if I am not understanding things correctly.
  4. Check this thread. Similar to what you are talking about.
  5. You have 4 partitions on your HDD? If so, you can go ahead and install on the partition, and Mint shouldn't touch the other partitions. Could you explain your partitioning/drives a bit better?
  6. Hey there! I was in for a new keyboard, and I wanted to buy a mech this time around. I am on a budget of around $50(INR 3000-3500). I have been looking for the Redragon Invador MK881(Amazon India link). It seems this keyboard is available only in India, and Indian reviewers(IMO) dont scrutinize keyboards as well as Linus would(like how good the keys are, key stabilization, and the build quality). Also, there are two switches to this keyboard. Blue and Brown(Kailh). And the Brown switches variant isn't as popular as the Blue variant, which makes it even difficult to look for reviews. Hence
  7. TBH, I would suggest you to use it on a VM for a few days. Its just so much easier to just delete a VM if you change your mind. If you like it, you can dual boot with the other OS. Though, do consider your host machine's specs(I would suggest a minimum of an i5 and 8GB of RAM). I would suggest Ubuntu. Its pretty user friendly if you like that. I would suggest NetworkChuck on YouTube. He is a very encouraging guy and he just gets that excitement to learn more in you. Linking a few of his videos: Just as a side note, you can also use Ubuntu Terminal on Win
  8. How would you connect these Macs to each other anyway? It's kinda difficult to connect multiple machines to form a cluster. It's not as easy as connecting cables between the four and calling it a day..
  9. I would buy without the port, only if the headphones/earphones have like very good connectivity. Seamless pairing, like the one with AirPods and iDevices. That's all I want. I am not a music enthusiast, so dont care about quality. Some bluetooth headphones(or possibly BT altogether) is/are very bad at connecting automatically. And it just infuriates me when that damn thing wont connect even when I have the headphones turned ON right next to it. And then, when I "Forget" it, it just wouldn't show up in the list to pair. That's not what I want to deal with when I just want to watch a
  10. What capacity are you looking for? What's your budget? Check this thread:
  11. Absolutely agreed. I have seen a ton of posts, posted by newbies with that being their first and last post ever on the Forum, because(maybe) they didn't enter the required info to help them, and turned away because they didn't have a response. All that prevented them from becoming yet another wonderful member of the forum, was information. I do think that such a system would help such new members get help better, and be another member who tries to help other members, and not just come for their issues. Basically, "Help us to help you". Just found another one of those po
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