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Don’t upgrade your PC if you want to watch DVDs or Blu-rays in 4K

There is no greater acknowledgement that we have moved on from physical media than dropping support for them from their latest processors. The first laptops without DVD drives were being released around 10 years ago, but until the 12th generation of Intel’s processors, the company still included support for the SGX ( guard extension) […]There is no greater acknowledgement that we have moved on from physical media than dropping support for them from their latest processors. The first laptops without DVD drives were being released around 10 years ago, but until the 12th generation of Intel’s processors, the company still included support for the SGX (software guard extension)

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