I work with applications like Blender, and, according to "Task Manager" and "Resource Monitor", windows uses less than 40% CPU (at most, with the option below) and less than 30% memory when I render a ...
In reference to this. I've tried spamming CTRL+C with no avail. Are there other ways I could try to take control and turn it into a more dedicated linux box? I would like to turn the ThinClient into ...