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How to Turn Your Computer Into a DLNA Media Server

How to Turn Your Computer Into a DLNA Media Server

Author: Chris Hoffman / Source: howtogeek.com Many boxes you plug into your TV, including the Roku, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and even some smart TVs themselves offer DLNA (“Digital Living Network Alliance”) streaming support. They can stream video files and...

The Silence of the Fans

The Silence of the Fans

Author: Dan Maloney / Source: Hackaday The good thing about using a server-grade machine as your desktop is having raw computing power at your fingertips. The downside is living next to a machine that sounds like a fleet of quadcopters taking off. Luckily,...

The Silence of the Fans

The Silence of the Fans

Author: Dan Maloney / Source: Hackaday The good thing about using a server-grade machine as your desktop is having raw computing power at your fingertips. The downside is living next to a machine that sounds like a fleet of quadcopters taking off. Luckily,...

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