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[[html]]IT professionals have a lot to consider when contemplating a migration to Windows 10. These four tips will help make upgrading as smooth as possible for yourself, and your enterprise end users.<img src="http://img.deusm.com/informationweek/2015/12/1323612/iStock_000018384444_Small(5).jpg" alt="Microsoft's 2016: More Windows 10, Hardware Advances, Research Gains" title="Microsoft's 2016: More Windows 10, Hardware Advances, Research Gains" width="175" height="116"/><br><br>Microsoft's 2016: More Windows 10, Hardware Advances, Research Gains<br><br>(Click image for larger view and slideshow.)<br><br>Enterprise IT professionals I talk with in the course of my daily work seem evenly split about whether or not to upgrade to Windows 10 this year. Some tell me they're sticking with Windows 7/8 for at least another 12 months, while others want to migrate sometime this year.<br><br>More often than not, those seeking to move to 10 happen to be the ones who got caught rushing to migrate from XP after support went dark. And to avoid that mistake again, their plan is to move to the latest client OS as soon as is reasonably possible.<br><br>Wherever you stand in your own decision-making process, we're here with four tips to help you prepare for your company's Windows 10 migration when the time is right for you. We're skipping many technical upgrade details in this discussion. Instead, we're focusing on four broad factors to consider that will help make the migration to Windows 10 as smooth as possible for yourself, and your end users.<br><br>1. Upgrade aging hardware<br><br>Migrating to Windows 10 presents an ideal time to upgrade aging desktops and laptops as well. Doing so could make your life easier. True, the hardware requirements for the new OS are mostly the same as Windows 7/8. And, there's a relatively trouble free in-place upgrade process. Still, in my experience, it's always less painful and creates more positive feelings if you hand your users shiny new hardware to go along with a new OS.<br><br>2. Consider application compatibility<br><br>Prior to deploying a new operating system, the painstaking task of application compatibility verification must occur. Testing usually starts on lab machines, slowly expanding to include IT and a handful of volunteer employees who work with a specific subset of applications.<br><br>[ The countdown to 1 billion continues: Microsoft Confirms Windows 10 Now On 200m Devices. ]<br><br>When you're doing this, be sure to look beyond fat-client applications. Web-based apps especially those that require Internet Explorer must be comprehensively tested and potentially modified to work with the latest OS. Windows 10 uses Microsoft's new Edge browser. Try to avoid the need to put Windows 10 in its Internet Explorer backwards-compatible "Enterprise Mode" if at all possible.<br><br>3. Think about how to handle updates<br><br>One of the biggest differences between Windows 10 and previous Windows operating systems is in how updates are handled. Microsoft has staunchly taken to the auto-update approach for Windows 10. By default, updates will automatically be downloaded and installed onto client hardware. This is a drastic deviation from the "no hurry" patch testing and rollout processes that go on within most IT departments today.<br><br>Many IT professionals believe, with good reason, that OS updates will render critical applications incompatible and create a host of headaches. At the same time, current IT update practices are far too slow, in my opinion, and create situations where the company lags so far behind in terms of critical updates that the entire organization is put at risk.<br><br><img class="docimage" src="http://img.deusm.com/informationweek/2016/01/1323806/Microsoft_Windows_10.jpg" alt="(Image: Michal Krakowiak/iStockphoto)" border="0"/>(Image: Michal Krakowiak/iStockphoto)<br><br>To help alleviate the stress of automatic updates while speeding up the enterprise rollout process, Microsoft believes it has found a happy medium in what it calls Windows Update for Business. This is an added layer of control for administrators of Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, and Education editions. Windows Update for Business allows specific updates to be deferred for a period of time. Use that extra time to assess and fix any incompatibilities on the application side as opposed to simply not updating at all. 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How to get American Netflix in the UK, on iPad, iPhone, Mac & Apple TV - 23 Jan 2016 14:32

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[[html]]How can I watch the US version of Netflix here in the UK? They've got some great TV shows over there that I want to watch, but they're unavailable in the UK.<br><br>Yes, you can get US Netfix in the UK, and we'll show you how in this article.<br><br>If you're a fan of Netflix (the popular TV streaming service), you're probablyaware just how much better Netflix is in the US than here in the UK.Across the pond our American friends pay less for Netflix (the equivalent of 5.09 instead of 5.99); gallingly, for that lower cost US Netflix users get more movies and TV shows, and get the latest films and programmes long before they arrive in Blighty.<br><br>(To be fair, this discrepancy isn't reallyNetflix's fault; mostly it's because the US studios offer different deals to their domestic customers and the Britishgovernment charges a higher tax rate than is leviedin the US.)<br><br>No wonder British Netflix users are so keento get the same service as the Americans.But don't worry: it's possible to access the US Netflix service in the UK. In this feature we show you how to watch American Netflix shows and other content in the UK using arange of Apple devices: Mac,iPad, iPhone and Apple TV. But in each case the principle is the same: you'll be using a VPN, or virtual private network. Don't worry: we'll explain what that is, and how to use one.<br><br>Here are the main sections of this article, so you can jump to the bit you're interested in:<br><br>How to get American Netflix in the UK: Is it legal towatch US Netflix content in the UK?<br><br>All you need to do to watch US Netflix content is trick Netflix into thinking you are currently in the US. This is, as it turns out, remarkably easy to do.But at this point we should point out that this goes against the terms and conditions you signed up to when you signed up with Netflix.<br><br>The Netflix terms and conditions explicitly state: "You may view a movie or TV show through the Netflix service primarily within the country in which you have established your account and only in geographic locations where we offer our service and have licensed such movie or TV show."<br><br>So be warned that this is against the rules. To our knowledge Netflix doesn't check for people using this trick and hasn't blocked any users from accessing US Netflix in the UK. (A Quora user claims to have been told by a member of Netflix customer support, "we don't encourage nor recommend the use of [VPNs], but if you haven't had any issues while streaming, it won't affect anything on your account as we don't have an official stand about it". Take from that what you will.) But the companydoes have the right to suspend your service.<br><br>Whether it's legal or not to use a VPN is more of a grey area, and varies depending on locallaws, but it's hard to imagine anyone pursuing a case for copyright infringement. Indeed, manyobservers would argue that Netflix is technically broadcasting to the US, for which territory it obviously owns the broadcasting rights.<br><br>Assuming you're happy to proceed, having read all this, here is how you access US Netflix content on your Apple devices in the UK.<br><br>How to get American Netflix in the UK: How to use aVPN<br><br>Netflix provides a different service based upon where you're currently located. So if you access Netflix in the US you get American Netflix, while if you log on to Netflix from the UK you get the British edition. Netflix monitors your IP (Internet Protocol) address to determine where youare.<br><br>As we mentioned, Netflix has to strike different deals with the TV companies for each location, and generally the US edition of Netflix has a farbetter selection of movies and TV shows.<br><br>The good news is that it's pretty easy to watch US Netflix from the UK, because your account is international. If you ever visit the US you can watch US Netflix using your UK account. So you just have to trick Netflix into thinking you're in the US when you are actually in the UK.<br><br><img class="lz" title="Travelling with Netflix" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP/yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3591462/Netflix_US.jpg" alt="How to get American Netflix in the UK: Using a VPN" width="800" height="450"/><br><br><img title="Travelling with Netflix" src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3591462/Netflix_US.jpg" alt="How to get American Netflix in the UK: Using a VPN" width="800" height="450"/><br><br>If you've ever been to the US you can sign in to Netflix using your UK account details, and you'll notice that all the new content is available to you. This is because you essentially have an international license to use Netflix, but it delivers the content based on your actual location.<br><br>Netflix knows where you are by checking your IP (Internet Protocol) Address. This is a unique number that is assigned to your computer when it goes onto the Internet. The IP address is how the Internet knows to route which web pages (and other data) to which computer. You can find your IP address by opening Safari and typing IP Address into the Smart Search Field (Google will display your own IP address above the Google search results).<br><br><img class="lz" title="Your IP address" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP/yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3591462/US_Netflix_your_IP_Address.jpg" alt="How to get American Netflix in the UK: Your IP address" width="800" height="450"/><br><br><img title="Your IP address" src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3591462/US_Netflix_your_IP_Address.jpg" alt="How to get American Netflix in the UK: Your IP address" width="800" height="450"/><br><br>The trick is to change your IP address so that Netflix thinks you're in America. You do this by signing up with a VPN.<br><br>A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, works like a second internet sitting between you and the larger internet, your computer connects to the VPN, which then connects to the internet. You ask it for the website, it sends the website to you. The VPN itself can be based anywhere, but you want one that's based in the USA. The VPN talks to Netflix, and Netflix thinks it's talking to a computer inside the USA, and the VPN passes the show on to you.<br><br>Can youtrust VPN companies?<br><br>One last thing to bear in mind: the company running the VPN service theoretically has the power to intercept your web traffic, so be cautious about the company you sign up with (as usual when trust is involved, it's best to go for a big name that has something to lose if it gets caught misbehaving), and remember to switch off the VPN when you stop using Netflix. You won't need it when logging on to your online banking, for example, and you could suffer badly if the VPN company turns out to be untrustworthy.<br><br>That, then, ishow you use a VPN.Sounds complex? It isn't really, because there are some great free services out there that make it easy. Two in particular come recommended: Hola and Tunnelbear. Let's look at how these services work.<br><br>How to get American Netflix in the UK: On Mac I (using the Hola VPN service)<br><br><img class="lz" title="Netflix playing a movie" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP/yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3591462/US_Netflix_in_UK.jpg" alt="How to get American Netflix in the UK: Hola" width="800" height="450"/><br><br><img title="Netflix playing a movie" src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3591462/US_Netflix_in_UK.jpg" alt="How to get American Netflix in the UK: Hola" width="800" height="450"/><br><br>Hola is a free VPN service that works by a plug-in with your browser. The only gripe we have with Hola is that it doesn't work with Safari, instead you have to use either Chrome or Firefox web browsers (we're going to use Firefox). Here is how to use Hola to access Netflix:<br><br>Open Firefox and visit www.hola.orgClick Sign Up. Enter your email address and a password you want to use. Click Create Account.Open Mail and look for a message with "Verify your Hola email address" as the subject. Click the link in the email address.Click Get Hola, It's Free.Click Allow and Install Now.<br><br>This will install the Hola extension in Firefox. You will see it in the top-right displaying the American flag. This means that you are viewing from America. Now all you need to do is load the Netflix website, but stop! Netflix has been under increasing pressure to block Hola and other VPN services, and if you go to www.netflix.com it doesn't work. There is a workaround: log into movies.netflix.com. For now this seems to work, but for how long we cant say.<br><br>Log into your Netflix.com account and browse as normal.<br><br>How to get American Netflix in the UK: OnMac II (using theTunnelBear VPN service)<br><br><img class="lz" title="TunnelBear" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP/yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3591462/TunnelBear_US_Netflix.jpg" alt="How to get American Netflix in the UK: TunnelBear" width="800" height="450"/><br><br><img title="TunnelBear" src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3591462/TunnelBear_US_Netflix.jpg" alt="How to get American Netflix in the UK: TunnelBear" width="800" height="450"/><br><br>If you'd rather watch Netflix in Safari then there is another option. Use TunnelBear instead of Hola. TunnelBear works as a Mac OS X app, although you need to sign up and log in to your account.<br><br>Once you've signed up with TunnelBear you get an icon in the Menu bar, click the switch to On and ensure that the drop-down menu says "United States".<br><br>Now log into Netflix as normal (you can even use the regular www.netflix.com address instead of using the movies.netflix.com trick). With TunnelBear installed and running you can watch Netflix movies in Safari on your Mac.<br><br>The only downside of TunnelBear is that you get 500MB of free data every month, although you can get an extra 1GB per month by tweeting an advert for TunnelBear. If you find the service useful you can pay $4.99 per month to get unlimited tunnelling.<br><br>How to get American Netflix in the UK: On Mac III (using the TunnelBlick VPN service)<br><br>There's a lot of difference of opinion when it comes to VPNs, and which VPNs are best or most trustworthy. So here's a third option: TunnelBlick.<br><br>One of my colleagues hasTunnelBlick installed on his Mac so hecan connect and disconnect to the VPN whenever needed directly from the toolbar, makes life a little easier. (He gets his my actual VPN access from a website called VPN.ht - it's $4.99 a month and my colleague hashad no issues accessing US Netflix, along with blocked sites such asThe Pirate Bay.) All hehad to do was add hisconfiguration to TunnelBlick from VPN.ht and hewas able to connect instantly, and the 'location' can be changed from the VPN.ht website.<br><br>My colleague points out that it'salways best to pay for a VPN server rather than use one of the 50p (or worse, free) servers online because they are more likely to value your privacy.As we mentioned above, hetends to only enable theVPN for specific reasons (torrent, US Netflixand so on) and disables it before logging into email, online bankingor similar,as the trafficcan be accessed by the VPN provider.<br><br>How to get American Netflix in the UK: Apple TV<br><br><img class="lz" title="Using Netflix with AirPlay" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP/yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3591462/US_Netflix_AirPlay.jpg" alt="How to get US Netflix in the UK: Using Netflix with AirPlay" width="800" height="450"/><br><br><img title="Using Netflix with AirPlay" src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3591462/US_Netflix_AirPlay.jpg" alt="How to get US Netflix in the UK: Using Netflix with AirPlay" width="800" height="450"/><br><br>The easiest way to watch US Netflix from the UK is to use your Mac to stream the Netflix show, and use AirDrop to send it to the Apple TV. Because both Hola and TunnelBear work via the Mac, if you try to sign in with the Netflix app on your Apple TV you will be sent back to the UK website.<br><br>Follow these steps to watch Netflix shows on your Apple TV:<br><br>Open Netflix.com using either the Hola or TunnelBear method.Start playing a show.Click the Full Screen icon in the bottom right of Netflix.Scroll to the top of the screen to reveal the Menu bar, click on the AirPlay icon and choose Apple TV.<br><br>The TV show will now start to play on your Apple TV. We think this is the best method, but if you really want to get your Apple TV to play American shows directly using the Netflix app on the Apple TV you can change the DNS settings on your router to those provided by your VPN service.<br><br>There are many different VPN services available, although www.privateinternetaccess.com comes highly commended. They have lots of tutorials to help you set up VPN, and you can even buy pre-configured routers (www.flashrouters.com). We think this is overkill if all you want to do is watch the occasional show from US, and it's easier to use Hola.org or TunnelBear and use AirPlay mirroring.<br><br>If you're keen to learn more about the Apple TV, by the way, here are some basic tips:<br><br>How to get American Netflix in the UK: iPad &amp; iPhone<br><br>As we've seen, on a Mac laptop or Apple TV it'spretty easy to get American Netflix in the UK; it's simpleenough to install an app like Hola or TunnelBear on a Mac. But readers often ask us if it's possible to use Hola or TunnelBear on an iPad (or an iPhone). It is!<br><br>Use a VPN (Hola) for iPad or iPhone<br><br><img class="lz" title="Installing Hola on iPad" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP/yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3594706/Install-Hola-on-iPad.jpg" alt="How to get US Netflix in the UK: Installing Hola on iPad" width="800" height="450"/><br><br><img title="Installing Hola on iPad" src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3594706/Install-Hola-on-iPad.jpg" alt="How to get US Netflix in the UK: Installing Hola on iPad" width="800" height="450"/><br><br>Hola is one of the main services that people turn to when wanting to watch US television or access other US-only services while based in the UK.<br><br>When you're using Mac OS X, Hola is a plug-in for the Chrome or Firefox web browsers (but not for Safari, unfortunately). The good news is that Hola is available for the iPad (and iPhone) in the form of an app. Here's how to install Hola on the iPad:<br><br>Download the Hola app from the App Store.If you already have a Hola account, log in with your email and password. Alternatively, enter a new email and password and click Create Account.The Hola app now walks you through installing the VPN settings on your iPad (or iPhone). Click Ok, Let's Do It.The app switches to Safari, which loads some settings, then switches automatically to Settings in the Install Profile section.Tap Install.If your iPad has a passcode lock, enter the four-digit code.Tap Next, Install, Install and Next.Tap Done.<br><br>You have now set up Hola to act as a VPN (virtual private network) on your iOS device. It will be ready to steam shows from America to your Netflix app on the iPhone or iPad.<br><br><img class="lz" title="Select VPN on iOS" src="data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAIAAAAAAAP///yH5BAEAAAAALAAAAAABAAEAAAIBRAA7" data-src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3594706/Select-VPN--from-US.jpg" alt="How to get American Netflix in the UK: Select VPN on iOS" width="800" height="450"/><br><br><img title="Select VPN on iOS" src="http://cdn2.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/features/3594706/Select-VPN--from-US.jpg" alt="How to get American Netflix in the UK: Select VPN on iOS" width="800" height="450"/>Use a VPN (TunnelBear) for iPad or iPhone<br><br>TunnelBear is another option for watching US Netflix in the UK. On the Mac, TunnelBear is a separate app that makes it easy to divert all your internet traffic through the TunnelBear server. On the iPad and iPhone, TunnelBear is also an app that you download from the App Store.<br><br>TunnelBear on the Mac works very differently to Hola on a Mac, but on iOS both serviceswork in a largely similar manner.<br><br>Get watching!<br><br>Once you've got Hola or TunnelBear set up on your iPhone or iPad you should be able to watch Netflix using the Netflix app.<br><br>You do this in iOS by turning on the VPN service in settings. Follow these steps to turn on the VPN:<br><br>Tap Settings and VPN.Scroll down and check that Hola United States has a tick next to it. If you do not see Hola United States you may need to follow the Hola installation again.Tap the switch next to Not Connected to set it to On.Wait for the switch to change from Connecting to Connected.<br><br>Now open the Netflix app. If you've done every right, it should be displaying the content from the American version of Netflix. Happy viewing!<br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

Patch now: VMware Tools for Windows root holes fixed in update - 18 Jan 2016 20:37

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[[html]]VMware sysadmins, get patching: the virtualisation outfit has released updates to its ESXi, Fusion, Player and Workstation software to block out a privilege-escalation vulnerability.<br><br>The patch applies to VMware Windows Workstation versions before 11.1.2, Player and Fusion versions prior to 7.1.2, and various ESXi versions depending on their patch level:<br><br>VMware ESXi 6.0 without patch ESXi600-201512102-SGVMware ESXi 5.5 without patch ESXi550-201512102-SGVMware ESXi 5.1 without patch ESXi510-201510102-SGVMware ESXi 5.0 without patch ESXi500-201510102-SG <br><br>CVE-2015-6933 is a kernel memory corruption vulnerability in the tools' Shared Folders feature that can be exploited by software to escalate its privileges within a guest. VMware notes that the programming blunder cannot be exploited to escape from a guest to a host.<br><br>It was picked up by Secunia's Dmitry Janushkevich, and the CVE (common vulnerabilities and exposures) database entry was reserved in September 2015.<br><br>If you can't run the patches right away, disabling the Shared Folders feature (HGFS) removes the exploitation possibility.<br><br>The full announcement with individual product update links is here. <br><br>Sponsored: Building secure multi-factor authentication <br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

Here's your Linux-booting PS4, says fail0verflow - 12 Jan 2016 07:26

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[[html]]32c3 There's a long way to go before it becomes an anyone can do this hack, but games console tinkerers fail0verflow have replicated their PlayStation 3 work, getting Linux to run on Sony's PlayStation 4.<br><br>However, as they told the Chaos Communication Conference in Germany, their work is only useful on an older PS4, because the jailbreak vector, present on version 1.76 of the machine's firmware, is patched on later versions (a new machine would be running 3.11).<br><br>Nor is the work complete: as the hackers note in their talk (available online here with a longer discussion), 3D acceleration, USB and HDMI audio aren't yet functional and they hadn't yet tested the operating system's access to the PS4's Blu-Ray.<br><br>So as not to open themselves to accusations of copyright infringement, fail0verflow is sticking to porting Linux to the PS4, rather than releasing the specific exploits they used to get inside the box.<br><br>If we can get people interested in running Linux on the PS4 over using the native OS, we can redirect efforts away from reverse engineering the original software infrastructure (which is what the piracy guys need, and they inevitably leech off of those efforts) to Linux (which is completely useless for piracy), they write.<br><br>To get past the PS4's protections, they used an unnamed (and since patched) vulnerability in Webkit, to get at the FreeBSD-based Orbis OS. Other PS4 owners wanting to boot up Linux will have to bring their own exploits, fail0verflow says, but that shouldn't need hardware hacks given what they call PS4's very wide attack surface and mediocre isolation.<br><br>The source code (available with fail0verflow's slide downloads) is pretty ugly, and the group is looking for help with the Radeon DRI driver.<br><br>And while the homebrew and indy communities will welcome a Linux-running PS4, El Reg expects that HPC types who have in the past strapped together supercomputing clusters out of games consoles will also be watching the project with interest. <br><br>Sponsored: Go beyond APM with real-time IT operations analytics <br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

Here's your Linux-booting PS4, says fail0verflow - 05 Jan 2016 11:42

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[[html]]32c3 There's a long way to go before it becomes an anyone can do this hack, but games console tinkerers fail0verflow have replicated their PlayStation 3 work, getting Linux to run on Sony's PlayStation 4.<br><br>However, as they told the Chaos Communication Conference in Germany, their work is only useful on an older PS4, because the jailbreak vector, present on version 1.76 of the machine's firmware, is patched on later versions (a new machine would be running 3.11).<br><br>Nor is the work complete: as the hackers note in their talk (available online here with a longer discussion), 3D acceleration, USB and HDMI audio aren't yet functional and they hadn't yet tested the operating system's access to the PS4's Blu-Ray.<br><br>So as not to open themselves to accusations of copyright infringement, fail0verflow is sticking to porting Linux to the PS4, rather than releasing the specific exploits they used to get inside the box.<br><br>If we can get people interested in running Linux on the PS4 over using the native OS, we can redirect efforts away from reverse engineering the original software infrastructure (which is what the piracy guys need, and they inevitably leech off of those efforts) to Linux (which is completely useless for piracy), they write.<br><br>To get past the PS4's protections, they used an unnamed (and since patched) vulnerability in Webkit, to get at the FreeBSD-based Orbis OS. Other PS4 owners wanting to boot up Linux will have to bring their own exploits, fail0verflow says, but that shouldn't need hardware hacks given what they call PS4's very wide attack surface and mediocre isolation.<br><br>The source code (available with fail0verflow's slide downloads) is pretty ugly, and the group is looking for help with the Radeon DRI driver.<br><br>And while the homebrew and indy communities will welcome a Linux-running PS4, El Reg expects that HPC types who have in the past strapped together supercomputing clusters out of games consoles will also be watching the project with interest. <br><br>Sponsored: Go beyond APM with real-time IT operations analytics <br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

Windows 10's best tricks, tips, and tweaks - PCWorld - 29 Dec 2015 15:57

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[[html]]No Chromecast? No problem, at least after Windows 10s November update, which enabled the Edge browser to cast media to Miracast- or DLNA-equipped devices with just a few clicksthough beware that the implementation has some quirks, and wont work with DRM-protected streams from Netflix, Hulu, and the like. YouTube works just fine though!<br><br>To beam a video to your TV, open it in Edge, then click on the three horizontal dots in the upper-right corner of the browser. A drop-down menu appears; click Cast media to device. After a moment, a black window with the names of all nearby Miracast/DLNA devices will appear. Simply choose the one you want and after a few minutes, it should begin to play.<br><br>Should. In our tests, casting to a Roku box proved tricky, while Vimeo delivered more consistent results than casting YouTube videos. Regardless, its a nifty feature. Try it out!<br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

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