... And now for something completely different: since the company I'm working for will move in a couple of months I'm tasked with getting rid of old hard- and software in the closets. I found a laptop with a Core i5-10210U, 8 GB RAM and a 512 GB NVMe SSD which apparently has never been used after it had been set Up on March 18th 2020. At least there were no events in the event log between that date (where the system name has been changed to one used by all other laptops) and today...
I misunderstood thinking these were slated for e-waste.Nope, I won't steal from my employer, that would be stupid...
My boss said that almost everybody will receive new laptops and old, but still functional and Windows 10 compatible laptops will be donated, but currently the receiver/s is/are not yet decided. Maybe we can buy them for cheap or something, but I don't need a laptop anyway.
The Hulu app on my TV doesn't get updated, hasn't for years. Its banners are all the same, all the time. It's still showing banners for the same shows from years ago, like The Kardashians, Last Man on Earth, etc.
There's a new Hulu-exclusive movie, Prey, a prequel for The Predator franchise. It's not shown on any of the ads, so I tried to use the "search" function, to search for "prey". The only result was a 2014 British TV series of the same name. Doesn't even show me this new movie at all.
I navigate to the "Movies" menu. It's not front-and-center. I scrolled down about 5-6 rows until I get to the "Newly Added" section, where it's finally shown.
NVIDIA RTX 3090 Ti getting even cheaper The flagship RTX 3090 Ti drops by 1000 USD in just few months. The official MSRP for RTX 3090 Ti is 1999 USD, but EVGA custom models with their better cooling and higher performance were sold at higher price. The cheapest FTW3 model introduced with a price...videocardz.com
So I should buy two?