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Hello! This video will show , how to access the boot menu on an Acer laptop to install Windows 10 from a bootable USB flash drive. Usually, to start the boot menu, you need to press the F12 key several times after turning on the laptop but the problem is that by default this key is often not active. Now I will go into the laptop BIOS, switch the F12 Boot Menu parameter, and after that it will be possible to continue installing Windows. I turn on the laptop and immediately press the F2 key . I press 3-4 times a second until the BIOS boots . The BIOS has booted, now with the left and right arrows, go to the Main tab, find and go to the parameter,
F12 Boot Menu. Press the key
Enter . Now the F12 key has become active . The laptop restarts we press the F12 key to access the boot menu Now the installation of Windows 10 has begun, we learned how to call the boot menu on the Acer laptop , and this is where my video ends .
We throw the word annoying around a lot. To the point where even the word annoying
has become tiresome. Before I get into the intro though I want
to say that what I find to be annoying may be different for you and thats okay. In regards to tv characters my definition
of annoying may come more from them being irritating or just useless as a character
overall. Welcome to Top 10 Beyond The Screen. Im your host Johnny Rogers. If you happen to be new here we cover all
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movie character you find to be annoying and while you ponder that lets jump right into
the Top 10 Most Annoying TV Characters Of All Times #10 Andrea Harrison
AMCs The Walking Dead had some big shoes to fill after the comic book had been so successful. Andrea was actually one of the more beloved
characters as well. However only in the comic books. When the show came out and people saw Laurie
Holden bringing this typically hot-headed and proud character to life, the fans started
to hate her. I mean how could you not, she ditched Michonne,
Rick and all of her friends to go live with the villain of the show. Not exactly the right move during a zombie
apocalypse and comes off as really annoying. #9 Ned Flanders
Ned Flanders has been that annoying neighbor since the very first time he appeared on the
Simpsons. As time goes on he has only become increasingly
more irritating with his religious optimism in nearly every terrible situation. Dont get me wrong, optimism is a good thing,
but when it comes from that know-it-all Flanders, it can be very annoying to hear. Originally the character was meant to just
be a friendly neighbor that Homer hated. Ergo a one off for throw away jokes as the
episode would follow the Simpsons story. Yet for whatever reason he was included a
lot and became a central part of the show. The best justice for this though was when
Homer wrote the song called – Everybody Hates Ned Flanders #8 Ross Geller
Ross is no ones favorite Friends character yet for whatever reason amongst that cast
of greats he consistently got the most screen time and the most amount of lines. However maybe less is more. Because more of Ross, just meant, more entitlement,
more whining, more selfish behavior and overall more of fans being annoyed by him. Ross is a doctor, but you already knew that
because he tries to tell people any chance he gets. Despite expecting love from Rachel, complaining
about her, acting like a victim and even trying to ruin her relationships he still ends up
with her. How annoying is that for a fan to watch. Oh and he was the perpetrator of the third
most annoying line of dialogue in television history – We were on a break. A line that was used over and over and over
again until it had no more meaning. Ross is the worst, dont at me. #7 Will Schuester
He may have been voted teacher of the year at McKinley High but fans of the show Glee
will tell you that Mr. Shoe was an annoying character. Not only that, but he was just a terrible
teacher in general. Instead of nurturing and guiding students
through his Glee club, he seemed to project his own hopes and dreams onto them. It was if you were watching a show about an
adult who found out he failed high school and now had to go back. Hes so unlikable on the show its a wonder
why they would ever write for his character in such a way. During season 5, Marley was refusing to wear
a seashell bikini and she took a hard stance saying that no man could ever tell her what
to wear. Yeah well in comes Mr. Shoe who says – oh
ya? Youre suspended for the rest of the week. His argument was that she was putting her
personal feelings of being uncomfortable ahead of what the group wanted. Yeah not a stellar guy nor was he ever NOT
annoying to watch. #6 Dawson Leery
Besides being an annoying meme to see still on the internet, Dawson Leery was a terrible
character on you guessed it! Dawsons Creek. Oof nothing worse than having the namesake
of the show be the most annoying to watch. I believe Broadlys Sarit Luban put it best,
he wrote Dawson exemplifies the Nice Guy persona that is all-too-familiar today, whereby self-identified
sensitive men perceive themselves as morally superior to and passed over in favor of their
more stereotypically masculine peers.- Hes kind of like Ross in that way. He feels entitled to women because hes nice
and when he doesnt get what he wants he makes this face I dont know what it is about that
face, but it should be next to the word annoying in the dictionary. #5 Screech Powers
I wasnt a big fan of Saved By The Bell and the main reason for that was because of Screech. Even during a reunion sketch on the Tonight
Show with Jimmy Fallon, Screech was not included Because even the most annoying late night
host cant stand Screech. His goofiness was irritating, he never seemed
to understand jokes and somehow he made Zack Morris look cool and Zack Morris is Trash. The biggest critique that fans of the show
had with Screech was that he was oblivious to Lisa not wanting to date him. He would consistently try to convince her
time and time again but ultimately ended up with nothing in return. #4 Ted Mosby
Neil Patrick Harris should be given an award for making this show even remotely watchable. Ted Mosby is the main character of the series,
yet his bland, boring and needy attitude made him insufferable to watch. Even fans of How I Met Your Mother will admit
that the series finale was where everything really went downhill. The whole show was confusing to watch and
you can thank Ted Mosby for that. He narrated from the perspective of telling
his kids how he met their mother. Yet season after season he dated multiple
different women before falling in love with this random woman who turns out to be their
mom. However in classic Ted Mosby fashion he ends
up going back to Robin when his wife passes away. #3 Sheldon Cooper
Ill say it Sheldon, You are the third most annoying television character of all time. Even when Amy insinuates hes being annoying,
he starts being more annoying. He then chases Amy out of his apartment because
she wouldnt say it to his face. Gee I wonder why? Even as a brilliant scientist Sheldon Cooper
has no grasp on basic human concepts like sarcasm. This leads him to come off as egotistical,
arrogant and ultimately belittling to those who actually care about him. Perhaps the thing that made people really
start to dislike this character was his dumb recurring jokes. Like whenever he decided to bother his neighbor
Penny by repeatedly knocking on her door #2 Steve Urkel Introducing the character responsible for
the second most annoying line of dialogue in television history Yes Steve you did do that. Even actor Jaleel White looks back on this
character and cringes. During an interview with CNN he told them
that he doesnt miss playing Urkel nor does he ever want to play a character like that
again. Its not hard to see why, that high pitched
voice is so contrived to sound like a stereotypical nerd. Most people think the show Family Matters
hasnt aged well, but in my opinion thats all thanks to Steve. #1 Janice
And now the moment youve all been waiting for, THE number one most annoying line of
dialogue in television history is Yes and if you combine her oh my gawd, with that horrendous
laugh and add in some Chandler Bing-a-lings, you have the most annoying television character
of all time. Now this is exactly what they were going for
with this one so we cant really expect anything less. However its her scene interjections and story
disruptions that really make you cringe whenever she shows up. That nasally New Yorker accent will go down
in history as the classic side character that annoyed both audiences and the other characters. And that has been the Top 10 Most Annoying
TV Characters Of All Times. Thank you for watching Top 10 Beyond The Screen
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After a thousand years, the mask
of vengeance has manifested itself again. Who will protect the Mexiverse
against the powers of evil? A hero with determination, who doesnt crack under pressure, with a statuesque poise of the
old Gods [ KNOCK, KNOCK, KNOCK ] [ MARIACHI MUSIC PLAYING ]
What is up ladies and gentlemen? Welcome back to the channel. Today we have a very big announcement to make….. something that we have been working towards for over five years….. We have just received the great news that we are going to be hosting our fist travel television show. The show is called Budget versus Baller, and it’s going to be airing on the newly launched Tastemade channel on YouTube TV. We founded this channel way back in 2012 as basically a resume to pitch travel television show concepts. It feels very rewarding for us to come full circle and finally get the opportunity to host our own travel show on a dynamic platform like YouTube TV. But we would not be here without the continued support of you, all of the Vagabuddies out there. Thank you so much. We did this together. For those of you who don’t know what YouTube TV is, it’s a cutting-edge new platform for those of you who want a couple of your favorite television channels combined with the best of digital content. Right now it’s only available in the United States where for $40 a month you get 50 + channels including CNN, ESPN and tons of other major television networks YouTube TV also recently added three digital first networks, including Cheddar, The Young Turks, and our partner Tastemade. Tastemade is launching a ton of cool original programs over the course of 2018, including our show Budget Versus Baller. We could not be more excited to partner with Tastemade. We’ve worked with them numerous times in the past, and Tastemade has a lot in common with our style of travel and exploration. We can’t wait to see where this collaboration takes us. The concept of Budget vs Baller is very simple: Alex and I get to a new city; we have a brief round of trivia. Then one of us wins a baller budget while the other has to get by on a shoestring. We’re going to be on the road for the next six weeks filming in Europe, Asia, and North America. The show will premiere on Tastemade in September, and the episodes will be a full thirty minutes long. This summer we’ll be very focused on filming Budget versus Baller, but we’re going to do our best to keep weekly content coming at you here on the YouTube channel all summer long. So we appreciate your patience as we work towards completing a goal that we’ve had for a very, very long time. To do that we’re going to do our best to create content while we’re on the road, and we’re also going to be doing a lot of live streams, both on Instagram and on YouTube. Additionally, we’re rolling out two concepts that we’re really excited about: Before- You- Go Guides and Virtual Vacations. Before- You- Go Guides is everything we think you need to know about a destination before you go, from the cost of a visa to must-try foods and cultural do’s and don’t’s. Tell us in the comments section what info you’re dying to know before you go, and we’ll do our best to incorporate that in future videos. Virtual vacations is our take on slow TV. We’ve combined our favorite drone, gimbal, and cinematic footage with sound effects and great music for 15 to 30 minute visual vacations that are going to take you to paradise. Whether it’s playing in the background at work or on the big screen at home, get comfortable. Maybe crack a beer or pour yourself a glass of wine, and get ready to get taken away. If you want to stay up to date with the latest dispatches from the road and get sneak peeks behind the scenes of Budget vs Baller, make sure that you’re following us on [email protected] and our personal accounts @Markoayling and @ alexthevagabond. To sum it up, we’re going to be on the road until early August, and the show will premiere shortly thereafter in early September. We’re already in destination number one. So go over to Instagram to find out where that is and use the hashtag #Budget vs. Baller or #BVB to keep the conversation going online. In the mean time, make sure that you have notifications enabled on Instagram and here on YouTube so you never miss when we go live, publish a new video, or post a new photo. In short, we’re stoked! We’re going to go to some amazing places this summer. So in the meantime, stay curious,keep exploring, and we’ll see you on the road. Peace.
Love them or hate them, reality shows have
taken over the world of television. There’s something fun about escaping your
own life for a minute and diving into the reality of someone else’s. But what is what we see in our favourite reality
shows aren’t actually the reality? I’m going to spill some truth today here
on top 10 beyond the screen. I’m your host joce bedard, thanks for joining
me today. Make sure you stick around until the end of
the video so you don’t miss out on the comment shoutouts and blooper real, and keep up with
us outside of youtube, our social media links are down below. But for now, let’s get into today’s countdown
list of reality shows you didn’t know were fake. I apologize in advance for ruining these shows
for you. 10) Starting off our list at number 10 is
The Hills. Now, if you’re anything like me, you spent
all your high school years binge watching this show wondering why you can’t live in
LA with a camera crew following you and your glamourous girlfriends everywhere. Meanwhile, I was sitting there failing my
math class, eating Mcdonalds every day, and wearing Walmart brand clothing. Zero glamour. But the show was totally convincing and I
feel confident saying that we all thought it was real until the series finale twist
ending. At the end of the series in the final scene,
they end with Kristin Cavallari and Brody Jenner having this emotional goodbye, but
then the director yells cut and the camera zooms out to show that the whole thing was
staged. But then the cast started saying that it was
done on purpose, to leave the audience with the question, what was real and what was fake. But since it’s been so many years since
the show, the cast has felt more comfortable opening up about it and Kristin Cavallari
told the audience on Andy Cohen’s talk show: I can tell you most of my stuff wasn’t real. I’m just happy that more people are coming
out and saying that stuff isn’t real, because for the longest time it was only me. Not gunna lie, this one hurt me a little bit. I invested a lot of teenager emotions into
that show. 9) Next up at number 9 is The Voice. This one makes me a little bit irritated because
I feel like a competition show based around someone’s talent and dreams should be nothing
but real. But former contestants have come forward exposing
different ways that the show is actually fake. The one thing that makes this show stand out
against other singing competition shows is the fact that it’s a blind audition. The judges can’t see them and they only
hit their buzzer if they are impressed with their voice and sound. Turns out, that’s not actually true. Apparently these blind auditions are actually
very planned. One former contestant said that you had to
go through 5 different auditions before doing the blind one that we see on TV. And throughout those auditions, the coaches
can see you. They also revealed that everything is planned
for you, even the genre and song that you sing at the televised audition. So, the show really isn’t just about the
voice like it claims. 8) Sliding into number 8 is Hell’s Kitchen. If you’ve never seen the show, a group of
amateur chefs from all walks of life are put in the competition to try and land a job as
an executive chef at one of Gordon Ramsay’s restaurants. Now, I only say amatuer because in comparison
to the position on the show, that’s what they might be considered. Not dis-crediting any of their works or talent. But the whole premise of the show is that
they are basically put through hell; it’s no secret that Gordan Ramsay is the toughest
chef on the planet and has no problem saying it how it is. He’s intense. He’s known for his potty-mouth, his hilarious
yet extremely rude insults and his ability to make people crumble in the kitchen. But despite the fact that it looks legitimate
with real contestants and real diners in restaurants, apparently some people we see on the show
are actually paid actors who are hired to stir the pot and create some good TV drama. Like the times you see Gordon getting into
it with some contestants to a point where you think they might get into a fist fight. It’s not real. Gordon actually has bodyguards hidden on set
that we don’t see. Some contestants are real competitors and
they revealed that there’s no guarantee to win anything. Sometimes when you win there ends up being
working visa issues, or government grant delays, and you can be left with nothing in the end. 7) In spot number 7 is The Jerry Springer
Show. Now, I like to keep some faith in humanity
and I hope that there’s some people out there who already know that this show is fake. I know there are some firm believers that
the fist fights and ridiculous plot twists are all unstaged and real, but I’m here to
shed some light for those people. Now, some things are in fact real. There are real people who write into the show
with their real stories, trying to get on the show. But there are also some participants who have
admitted that their stories were fake and they were just actors. One participant even said that the producers
told them before filming that fist-fights get them more ratings so they would encourage
it. It’s also been revealed that the fight-scenes
are pre-planned. Production has to coach the show participants
when to start a fight based on their camera crew and also their number 1 rule that Jerry
has to be at the side of the stage when a fight is started. Obviously for safety reasons. You can’t hurt the money maker, literally. But i’m still hoping that most of you already
knew this. 6) Moving on to number 6 is MTV Cribs. A big part of my childhood was spent watching
this show so this was a little disappointing to learn. The show followed all our favourite celebrities
as they gave us an exclusive house tour of their fancy-ass homes. Basically making you feel like a total peasant. But when researching for this video I found
out something that is now making me question my entire life. A lot of mansions and luxury cars that we
saw on the show were RENTED for that episode. Like, some of the celebrities would just straight-up
borrow a house for the day and shoot their episode. Some people who faked their episodes were:
JoJo, Ja Rule, Robbie Williams, 50 Cent, Lil Bow Wow, and the list goes on and on. But Karma came back for one of them and Ja
Rule ended up getting sued by the real home owners after he rented it for 4 days and threw
a huge party after filming his episode. 5) Half way through our list at number 5 is
The Simple Life. Ladies, don’t even pretend that you didn’t
shamelessly watch this show and got a good laugh out of it. I was almost mad at myself for how much I
liked it. But for the people who had better time on
their hands and chose not to watch it; the show followed Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie
as they stayed with a small town family, and learned how to live and adapt to a middle-class
life. They didn’t have their cellphones, and the
only money they had access to while on the show was the money they earned from the various
part time jobs they had to work. Seeing these girls trying to milk cows and
work a burger joint was honestly hilarious. And it was totally believable because they
obviously come from money so to them it really was a whole different lifestyle. But many years after the series ended, Paris
admitted that the show was all an act. She spoke with Access Hollywood and dropped
a few truth bombs saying that they were told to play up these characters. Paris explained: they said, Nicole you play
the trouble maker, Paris you play the ditzy airhead. We had no idea what we were getting ourselves
into or what a huge success it would be and that i’d have to continue playing this character
for 5 years. But she admitted that if she was her actual
self she doesn’t think it would have been a success and said that she took that character
and turned it into a huge business tool which made her a massive success on her own. 4) Moving on to number 4 we got Divorce Court. The show started back in 1957 and has a total
of 36 seasons so whether it’s real or not, it’s been a massive success. If you haven’t seen it, it’s exactly what
it sounds like. You watch inside the courtroom of real-life
divorcing couples who each tell their stories to the judge, who then ultimately gives the
ruling and all that. But turns out that all of it was fake and
someone outed the show with some personal proof. One woman revealed that her daughter and her
boyfriend were recruited to be on the show. They were never married, only dating, and
were given a backstory by the producers to lie about and act out on the show. Since then, more stories have come out and
even in the Wikipedia description it says that the stories are all scripted reenactments
of divorce cases but presented by actors. Honestly, i’d act out a dramatic divorce,
I think that would be a fun gig. Who wants to sign up with me? 3) In the third spot is Survivor. Now, I don’t know if I’m just in denial
about this one but I really don’t want to believe that this one is fake. The show has become iconic since it started
back in 2000 and now has a total of 38 seasons which were all a huge success. The whole premise of the show is contestants
sign up and get stranded on a remote island where they have to try and survive on it. They face different challenges and tasks in
order to win the grand money prize, but people get voted off each week. Turns out there is SOME real aspects of the
show but a lot of what we see is staged. Despite being isolated in the wilderness trying
to fend for themselves for food, past contestants have admitted that the producers gave them
food and fire, we just didn’t see it. The producer himself, Mark Burnett, also admitted
that it wasn’t the real contestants doing the challenges. Turns out they used body doubles to enhance
the quality of it since the swimming challenges and stunts wouldn’t have gone well for average
individuals. Former contestants have also said that production
manipulated and controlled who got voted off each week, so it makes you wonder what parts
were actually real. The deception is killing me, I feel like a
fool. 2) Taking over the number 2 spot is Long Island
Medium. This one will be totally opinion based, it
will all depend on if you believe in psychics and the work that they do. Theresa Caputo is the most famous self-proclaimed
psychic in the world and has her own reality show called Long Island Medium. The show follows her personal life at home
as well as her tours where she does live psychic reading shows across the globe. But many people have come forward saying that
her show is fake, including her abilities as a psychic. People have pointed out that in her live shows
when she calls out people from the audience and starts to say she is feeling a spirit
from their life, that they are actually clients of hers who she has worked with before. Which would mean that this random spirit she’s
coming into contact with isn’t so random. During one of the episodes we see her call
out a woman from the audience saying: why am I picking up baby clothes, and people seemed
astonished that she could know something random like that. But the woman replied with: Oh, that’s weird. I just put up a bunch of pictures of baby
clothes on my Facebook page. People have said that she researches members
from her audience when they purchase a ticket online to her show, and then she has some
background information to use during her performance. But like I said, I think this one is all personal
opinion based. Tell me in the comments what you think. 1) Finally, in the number 1 spot is The Bachelor/Bachelorette. Now, this really shouldn’t come as shocking
news to you. But I do know that there are some die hard
fans out there who will try to convince me that this is in fact real and everything we
see is completely unscripted and unplanned. I’m serious you guys i’ve had this argument
with my own sister. But in October of this year The Bachelor was
exposed for staging and reshooting key scenes. The tea was spilled and it was revealed that
the producers often manipulated what the contestants do and say, and many of the authentic moments
that the audience thought they saw, was in fact coached by production off-screen. The famous Bachelor spoiler account known
as Reality Steve, leaked behind the scenes footage of them filming a scene from a date
multiple different times. On top of that, a former contestant came forward
saying that the scenes were always set up before filming and said that the cast was
always told what to do and say, it’s like they were acting out scenes, not on a reality
show. Which for me, isn’t surprising, but maybe
for those die hard fans it will be. Alright guys, there is our countdown for today. If you enjoyed it make sure you hit that thumbs
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After making a video about this HP laptop,
here’s another one! This is my new main computer which replaces
my 2009 MacBook Pro. Actually it’s not even that new, because on
May 28, 2016 it will be exactly one year since purchasing this computer.
So in this video I’m going to give my impressions and what’s good and bad about this computer
which I’ve had in daily use for a year. It’s an HP 15-r127nl.
This is actually how it looks like from the front.
It’s a 15.6-inch consumer grade laptop, so it’s not all that special,
but it’s an improvement from my MacBook Pro which was three times the price of this.
On the left side there’s a Kensington lock, power jack with a little LED indicator,
cooling vent, HDMI port, Ethernet port, USB 3.0 port, headphone jack,
and hard drive and power LEDs. On the front there are the speakers
and an SD card slot, which you can’t really see, but it’s right in the middle.
On the right side it has two USB 2.0 ports and a DVD-RW drive.
And on the back there’s just the battery, which is removable.
So that already makes it better than a MacBook. The battery it comes with, which I haven’t
used a lot, because at home I just keep it plugged in without the battery,
to avoid wearing it out, is an HP OA04,
14.8 V, 41 Wh, and 2620 mAh.
I think you can buy extended batteries that are thicker and make the laptop a bit at an
angle, but it won’t be a problem.
On the back (bottom) there’s an information sticker and you can see at the bottom the
two speakers and the SD card slot. Here is what it looks like opened up.
It has a 15.6-inch glossy display at 1366*768 which is one of the weaker points of this
computer. At the top there’s a 720p webcam and a microphone.
There’s the keyboard with a numeric keypad. It’s a chiclet style keyboard. It has keys
with very little travel, but coming from a MacBook I can’t complain,
and… after getting used to it I actually like this
keyboard better than the MacBook keyboard. The only con is that it’s not backlit.
And there’s the pretty big touchpad, which isn’t as good as the MacBook trackpad.
It’s not glass, but I’ve seen non-Apple laptops with worse trackpads.
And, actually, the left mouse button broke! Just one day when I was using it, I heard
a loud snap, and the button started not clicking properly
anymore. I pulled it a little bit and it came out right away.
The right mouse button is fine, but the left one just snapped itself,
which kinda sucks but I put a very small piece of black electrical tape
and now it stays in almost perfectly and clicks with no problems.
It’s not perfect, but at least I can click it.
The left mouse button for some reason is much louder than the right one;
I wish it was the other way around. It only has two stickers on it,
indicating the Intel Core i7-4510U processor it comes with,
and an NVIDIA GeForce 820M graphics card. And, by the way, I paid €600 for this laptop,
which isn’t cheap, but for what it does it’s not that much.
It’s definitely a lot cheaper than a MacBook with similar specs.
The entire outside of this laptop is made out of plastic.
The bezel is matte, which is nice, so it doesn’t leave fingerprints all around it like the
MacBook does. The rest is glossy, which does leave fingerprints,
but it has a very subtle sparkling effect, but I think it looks really cool.
If I turn on the flashlight you can see the sparkling effect where it’s glossy.
With the flash off, you can’t see it. Apart from the processor and the graphics
card, this computer came with 8 GB of RAM
and a 750 GB 5400 RPM hard drive. And in January 2016 I replaced that hard drive
with a 500 GB Samsung SSD 850 EVO, which dramatically improved the performance.
This computer does not have an easy access door to replace components like the hard drive
or the RAM. You have to take it apart.
I’ll put a link of the video I followed to replace the hard drive in the description
of this video. This computer came with Windows 8.1 Home edition,
but in my “Upgrading from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10” video
you could see that I upgraded it, and when I replaced the hard drive I installed
Windows 10 Pro which I got for free with my university’s
DreamSpark account. And I also dual booted it with Mac OS 10.11
El Capitan, so this computer is also a Hackintosh.
And now we’re gonna boot it up. Maybe I didn’t mention that right here is
the power button. Check out how fast this computer boots up
with an SSD. I turned off the lock screen when it boots
up. And after less than 30 seconds it’s already
at the desktop. And I’ve already filled it up with programs
too. There’s only 7 GB left on the Windows partition.
I only have this purple background for the video.
But anyway, this is Windows 10, running on this computer.
The two biggest problems I’ve had with it: one is the touchpad, which I’ve already talked
about, and another one is the Wi-Fi.
As you can see, I’m not connected to the Internet. It says Wi-Fi turned off.
So, naturally, I clicked “Wi-Fi” to turn it on. And it doesn’t work.
So I tried going into Network Settings. It says Wi-Fi is turned off, so I click the
switch… doesn’t turn on!
So I tried going into Device Manager and re-install the driver.
At first it didn’t work, then I tried again in Safe Mode, and it did work, but
after rebooting it stopped working again. The only fix I could find for it was using
a Linux bootable USB drive. I ran a utility called “rfkill” and it said
there was a hardware switch set to the off position.
But this computer doesn’t have a wireless switch!
The only pseudo-switch is the F12 key. (and for some reason I’m having trouble with
the camera focusing) But on Windows it just turns on Airplane Mode.
I tried turning it on and off… but it didn’t do anything.
It keeps thinking there’s a switch, there’s a physical switch set to the off position.
So it keeps saying that Wi-Fi is turned off, and I can’t turn it on.
I just gave up and bought this USB Wi-Fi adapter. It’s a TP-LINK TL-WN725N,
costed €10 on Amazon, it’s very tiny,
and I just plug it into the USB port. It’s not USB 3.0, so it doesn’t make a difference
which port I plug it into. “Oh, Shit! Ooh!” (Taken from the YouTube video
“Mum Plays One Late Night Part 2” by TerrifiedMum) Ignore that, that was my iPad’s email notification
sound. Anyway, after plugging that in, it even has
a little green LED, it connects to the Internet just fine.
Well, that’s still broken, it says Wi-Fi 4, but it works fine now.
If you want to use this computer as a gaming laptop, you shouldn’t buy it.
But because I just play a few games occasionally, the NVIDIA GeForce 820M graphics card with
2 GB of VRAM does good enough for my needs. I can demonstrate playing Grand Theft Auto
V, which on this computer runs at 720p with most
settings turned down at 30 fps, which isn’t that great, but it’s
playable. Definitely much better than my MacBook trying
to run Grand Theft Auto IV. This is actually running at its native resolution,
which is a little higher than 720p. And if we open Fraps…
we can check out the exact frame rate, which right now is a little less than 30,
but it’s good enough for my needs. Damn it, I missed.
And I have a mod called Vehicle Jetpack (I think)
which makes any vehicle fly like this. And also the touchpad doesn’t work while you’re
pressing keys, so you need to use an external mouse.
Let me show you the settings. You can pause to see the exact settings.
Some can be improved, but most of the settings are low.
Actually if you set this Post FX to high and turn on motion blur it looks a little bit
better. But yeah, these are the settings.
They’re not high, and the game doesn’t run perfectly, but it’s good enough for me, I
don’t play games very much. You can’t really concentrate right now, so…
Didn’t mean to plant a bomb there, but… Whatever.
And apparently he hit his head on the steering wheel or something. (because he had a gash
on his forehead) What’s the button to press to make the bomb
blow up? I forgot. Oh, there it is.
I don’t know what…I just pressed all the keys.
But, yeah, as you can see, it runs. So, quit before the battery is completely
discharged. I’ll show you the system properties real quick,
and then we’ll boot into Mac OS X. I took it for granted, but I should say that
this computer does not have a touch screen, so Windows 8 wasn’t really good for it.
If Windows 10 wasn’t free, I would have bought Windows 7 and downgraded to it.
And I still really like Windows 7, but because Windows 10 is newer and hasn’t caused many
issues, I’m keeping it. I should mention a lot of Windows 10 privacy
settings that should be turned off, like, for example,
if you go to Network and Internet, and Manage Wi-Fi Settings,
I turned off “Connect to suggested open hotspots” and “Connect to networks shared by my contacts”.
In Update and Security, Advanced Settings, Choose how updates are delivered,
I only allowed updates to be shared on PCs on the local network,
so it doesn’t constantly use my very crappy Internet connection to upload updates to other
Windows 10 users in the world. And in Privacy, I turned off some settings
about sending info to Microsoft. You can download this program called Spybot
Anti-Beacon, that automates these steps for you, and more.
I already ran this once, but anyway, you just click Immunize, and it will block all the
stuff about sending info to Microsoft, which wasn’t that big of a deal for me anyway,
but there is a way to block it if you don’t want that,
which I used too. So now we’ll reboot into Mac OS X.
Because this computer came with Windows 8, it has a UEFI motherboard,
so on this SSD it’s set up with UEFI. And it just started beeping because the battery
is low. So I’m gonna turn it off and remove the battery.
With the battery removed, there is this gap between the display and the rest of the laptop.
This is the power supply that came with it. On this side it has the same plug as the charger
in the ASUS M50V laptop I showed in a video, which kinda looks like Mickey Mouse if you
think about it. And this is the kind of plug that it uses,
no MagSafe like the MacBook of course. And this is the little LED next to the power
jack. It’s white if the battery is full or there’s
no battery. It blinks white if the battery is low.
It’s orange if the battery is charging, and it blinks orange if you try to turn it
on but the battery is too low. So, let’s boot up this computer again, but
this time we’ll press F9 to access the boot menu.
And instead of the Windows Boot Manager, we’ll do the Clover EFI bootloader.
And here’s the option to boot to Mac OS X. I know newer Macs which come with an SSD make
you log in immediately right after you press the power button,
and then start up the operating system, which is kinda cool.
This is obviously not like that, but it still starts up quite fast.
I feel like I’ve said this too many times, but upgrading this computer with an SSD was
the best upgrade I’ve done to it. So, if we go to About This Mac…
we can see that it’s running the latest version of Mac OS X.
It thinks it’s a retina 13-inch late 2013 MacBook Pro.
There’s the info: 2.59 GHz Intel Core i7, 8 gigs of RAM, and it recognizes the Intel
HD Graphics 4400, which is the integrated graphics card.
This computer has dual graphics; it only uses the NVIDIA ones for games or other heavy applications.
This computer runs Mac OS X just fine. Everything works apart from the dedicated
graphics, but I’m not gonna use Mac OS X for gaming of course.
I can’t set the brightness. It’s set to some value in the middle.
And also Wi-Fi doesn’t work, which is a good thing I bought that USB adapter, because it
has drivers for Mac OS X. There’s the display…
Storage… There you can see the DVD-RW drive, it’s an
HP GUB0N. It has one free RAM slot on the motherboard,
and when I looked it up, I learned that this computer can have up to
16 GB of RAM, but you have to take it apart completely to
get to the RAM slots, so I haven’t done that yet,
whereas to replace the hard drive I only had to take it apart halfway.
But 8 gigs is fine for the things I do. And yeah, it runs perfectly.
To get it to work, I did not use a hacked modified version of Mac OS X.
I used the official one downloaded from the Mac App Store on my real MacBook,
and I followed this guide online. I’ll put the link to this guide in the description,
but I basically followed all the steps to make an install USB drive,
and it booted up just fine, so I installed it on a secondary partition, and there you
go! I don’t have much else to say.
Apart from my MacBook and my 2005 Acer laptop, all the computers I’ve ever owned were HPs.
So I like this computer even for the brand. This computer hasn’t been perfect, but it’s
my best computer yet, and I’m quite happy with it.
A lot of people might hate it, but I don’t, and it’s my computer.
Would I recommend this computer to someone else?
Well, I don’t even know if they still sell it.
I bought it in May 2015 and it has some parts from December 2014 or January 2015,
so it was already a few months old by the time I bought it.
But these specs are great for someone who doesn’t need an advanced workstation or a
gaming laptop or something. Of course the hard drive that comes with it
is quite slow, but you can run a good amount of programs,
and with 8 GB of RAM, even Google Chrome, which is known to be a RAM hog, runs just
fine. And the ability to get Hackintosh working
on it with relatively little hacks is also a bonus, because…
I installed Mac OS X 10.11 in October 2015, and every time an update came out, like 10.11.1,
10.11.2, etc… I had to update the Clover EFI bootloader
first, but then I was able to install the update just fine, just like on a real Mac,
so that’s also quite cool. The main defects about this computer, where
they cut corners to make it cheaper, are the sub-par display with only 1366*768
resolution, and it’s glossy, and also one thing that doesn’t bother me
but is worth mentioning is that it doesn’t have Bluetooth.
So if you want Bluetooth on this computer you have to buy a little USB adapter, similar
to the Wi-Fi one I bought. I use this computer really heavily.
The touchpad button broke, the Wi-Fi card kinda broke…
If I boot up a Linux USB drive and run “sudo rfkill unblock all”, it starts working again,
but every time I reboot I have to do it again, so I just bought that USB adapter.
So, I think I’ve run out of things to say about this computer.
If you have any questions, just ask in a comment, and I’ll be glad to answer.
If I missed something, I might add it to the description, so be sure to read it.
And that’s it. Thank you very much for watching. Oh, yeah, another thing is that Mac OS X on
this computer does not support sleep mode, so it still runs even when the lid is closed.