SVGA only. No accelerated 2D or 3D graphics.

For the VMware Tools in macOS. Well, changing the hardware profile won’t fix it’s shitty video performance.

They may never support accelerated video in it, to discourage people from running macOS in a VM on a PC.

I only use it for Airplay, using iTunes. I should move my iPhone and iPad backups to it, but I’m lazy. Is there a free Airplay method for Windows? Then I can ditch macOS all together. The video is faster in my Windows VM.

USB 3.1 gen 2 was available in 2016? According to Wikipedia, 2013 is when it was finalized. Why doesn’t my motherboard have gen 2 then? And where’s the next 3.1 that supports 20 Gbps or more? USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 is what you want. So that would give me one port on a PCIe 2.0 x4 slot? What a bargain. When will USB catch up to Thunderbolt? Probably never. Thunderbolt will be PCIe 3.0 x16 speed by then.

But probably any 3.1 gen 2 card would work with Linux.

Vantec 2-Port USB 3.1 Gen II Type-A/C PCIe Host Card (UGT-PC371AC) supports Linux, with kernel 3.13.0 or newer, according to their site. Says Ubuntu, but that shouldn’t matter.

That’s only $26. Plug my external SSD into it. Should be faster then the hub.

I need a bigger SSD, to put in the enclosure, then another enclosure for the smaller drive. The smaller drive will be for backing photos up, if I ever go on vacation.

Plugable USB C to M.2 NVMe Tool-free Enclosure USB C and Thunderbolt 3 buy that to test the 3.1 gen 2 speed. I have an unused NVMe SSD, my old one. That might be better then my new one.

And the Windows iTunes should support Airplay, for music. And I might of posted that USB stuff in the wrong post.

Adding my music to the Windows iTunes. It shows my Apple TV.

That didn’t last long, Windows just froze. The music was playing, not anymore.