DaVinci Resolve Now Available on Windows Thanks to Free Public Beta – NoFilmSchool

DaVinci Resolve Now Available on Windows Thanks to Free Public Beta - NoFilmSchool

Just because the popular color correction software DaVinci Resolve uses a Mac monitor for its press image (at left) doesn’t mean it’s Mac only — any more.

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How to Speed Up Your Computer by Replacing the Hard Drive with an SSD – NoFilmSchool

Many of us are familiar with the clicking and whirring of traditional hard drives, but in the not-too-distant future, most of our devices will instead be using an SSD (or Solid State Drive) to store information. The big advantage to using an SSD as your main system drive (where all of your programs and the operating system is installed), is that since there aren’t any moving parts, read times can be much faster.

via How to Speed Up Your Computer by Replacing the Hard Drive with an SSD – NoFilmSchool.