Does it Miracast/wireless display out of the box ?
We use wireless projectors everywhere, and Windows 10 "just connects". We had a dev team try to pitch to us last week and their LInux lappies needed cables. Much to their red faced shame.
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I'm impressed that while you are obviously happy with your current choice of operating system you are tracking the development of Linux so closely.
I remember early versions of Linux when you needed to be root to successfully use a CD-ROM drive.
But on the other hand when I eventually get 5.13 I'll still be able to use all my hardware including a ten year old laptop. Good luck with Windows 11
It's not hard to imagine that wireless only projector could be built so that it will take screenshots of whatever is presented and used existing network connection to transfer the images to whoever is supervising the spying operation.
Ideally in a company setting projectors should be wired only.
I was the original commentard here. 100% LInux at home. Went for a job interview which required a presentation.
To avoid the fun of a LibreOffice Impress "save as pptx" disaster I took my laptop. Good idea. RIght the way up till the manager turned the projector on, said "Press Windows-K and just connect".
That was the end of that. After 10 minutes they decided to find a cable and run it across the boardroom.
Having since got the job and arrange myriad pitches from vendors and suppliers, one thing I have seen is Windows 10 effortless connect every single time. It just does.
So I still use Linux. But if Windows was free, it might not be that simple.
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