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  1. Just use the second option then since it covers both fullscreen and windowed.
  2. Rayman Legends on Epic. https://www.epicgames.com/store/en-US/product/rayman-legends/home Jotun Valhalla Edition is next.
  3. I have the older S2716DGR and I'm happy with it. I got it on sale. I think the S2719DGF would be a good fit for you since you just want a decent 1440p monitor that doesn't cost too much. If you're not going 4K and aren't doing serious photo or video editing I don't see any point in paying more.
  4. If you're happy with 24", 1440p and don't need G-sync, just try to get a cheap TN free-sync monitor (low latency, high refresh monitors are often free-sync or G-sync and free-sync is cheaper). Scout out monitors in store to see if there are any issues that would bother you and then wait for a sale.
  5. Katamari Damacy REROLL Human Resource Machine Dragon Quest XI Mega Man X5 Mega Man X6 Hollow Knight Celeste Titanfall 2 The Messenger Wonder Boy in Monster World Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals Super Turrican Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice World of Final Fantasy Maxima DuckTales Remastered Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon Unreal 7 Billion Humans Doom (2016) Castlevania/Akumajou Dracula Castlevania II: Simon's Quest Quake II RTX Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse/Akumajou Dracula Densetsu Kid Dracula Castlevania: The Adventure Castlevania II: Belmont's Revenge Castlevania: Bloodlines Super Castlevania IV/Akumajou Dracula The Japanese versions of Castlevania don't count towards achievements in the Anniversary Collection so I ended up playing Castlevania III five times, taking each branching path at least once and playing with each combination of characters and then solo.
  6. Apparently 1909 is about to release but at least with the upgrade to 1903 we avoid any end of life issues with 1803 and can wait and see for 1909.
  7. If you get the same issue I had (BSOD during update) you can try checking the minidump to try to track down the cause but you might need to change some Windows settings in order to get the minidump preserved somewhere where you can check it later.
  8. The problem is probably due to the image source: data-src="https://attachment.outlook.live.net/.... At least you didn't post a link to your hard drive.
  9. It wasn't for this update but for the upgrade from Windows 7 to Windows 10 where on one computer (actually for that computer it may have actually been for 8.1 to 10) the upgrade got stuck part way through. I unplugged the printer and the upgrade immediately continued. So it's worth trying it with USB devices other than wired keyboard and mouse unplugged. If you had the sound card set up in the past and then disabled and/or removed it, there could still be something that was left behind causing issues. Something else to try is go in Settings (gear icon in Windows menu) -> Update & Security -> Troubleshoot -> Windows Update It didn't help me but every time I ran it, it said it found issues and fixed them.
  10. The pic itself appears to be dead.
  11. Katamari Damacy REROLL Human Resource Machine Dragon Quest XI Mega Man X5 Mega Man X6 Hollow Knight Celeste Titanfall 2 The Messenger Wonder Boy in Monster World Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition Lufia II: Rise of the Sinistrals Super Turrican Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice World of Final Fantasy Maxima DuckTales Remastered Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon Unreal 7 Billion Humans Doom (2016) Castlevania/Akumajou Dracula Castlevania II: Simon's Quest Quake II RTX It was weird seeing a waterfall in Quake II with a cool RTX effect but very simple geometry. Looked a bit like it was in a glass box.
  12. I was getting to about 80% before it failed. I removed my sound card and did a fresh install and it worked. My onboard sound is still disabled.
  13. It should automatically download unless it failed a couple times. If it fails, do you have an X-Fi sound card, if not do you have Intel Rapid Storage driver installed? If it's not one of those search for Windows 10 version 1903 and whatever your oldest hardware is to see if there are any issues. You can use the Windows Update Assistant or Media Creation Tool to try to manually run the update. If it fails it will roll back to your current version.
  14. Most of the programs were games and most files were on my hard drive so it wasn't too bad. Also I installed Windows on my second SSD and just unplugged the first one (so everything on my old C drive is still there). Everything since January was installed on a third SSD so all my recent games were ready for Steam and Origin quickly restore. Basically I just had a few things to transfer and then check each installed game whether it used cloud saves. After I just had a bit of other software to install so in the end it wasn't that big a deal though I had been hoping to avoid it until my next hardware upgrade. All I "lost" were games that were installed on the older SSDs so if I want to play them again I'll have to redownload them. One annoyance though is while Steam restored Quake II RTX it wants to check for Quake II to enable the full game. I uninstalled Quake II after using it to enable Quake II RTX. The RTX version still works, it just asks for the location of the Quake II files every time it loads so I have to cancel and the game will still load maps from late in the game.
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