“Some Windows 10 features aren’t available in Windows 11.” Wow, sounds great!

A while ago I bought an Intel NUC, so I could update the firmware of a , I’m not using it for anything else. What do the users say, is it safe to to ?

I used to think that the Aurora reports “500 mA current required” because it uses a generic USB controller, and the value is hardcoded to the maximum. But I’m starting to think that it actually does draw a lot of power: I’ve now connected it to a USB C port, and it doesn’t seem to randomly disappear anymore…

Replaced the TTC Wild 42 g switches with Gateron Whites—except for one, since they came in packs of 35…

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