I used to be very computer savvy back during the windows 98 through the Windows XP era. I've built my computers since then. I have a high end gaming PC that I built early this year, but I bought a small Dell mini PC yesterday. Took me all afternoon to figure out how to network the two using Homegroup. Had them both share a folder containing my Popcorn Time movies. I bought the Dell for this specific reason.. to access movies from my gaming PC upstairs to the living room downstairs... streaming devices like the PS3 ain't cutting it. I needed an actual PC I could install Media Player Classic with the CCCP codec pack. I had such a hard time figuring out how to put the two in the same Home Group, I almost quit trying. Turns out my VPN was the cause of the problem because Windows considered it as a secondary network and wouldn't allow me to create a Homegroup on my gaming PC. This morning, I bought a blue tooth keyboard and a stick of 8GB of RAM to replace the 4GB on the new PC. I could not get either to work. PC won't start up with the new 8Gb stick, even though it's the same type as the old one. A SO-DIMM DDR3, but with a different frequency, 1600 mhz instead of 1333mhz. I know enough that it wouldn't matter as it would just under clock itself to match the Front Side Bus. As for the blue tooth keyboard, I didn't write down the pairing code... had problems with the installation as the PC wouldn't recognize the key presses I did... so now, I give up. I'll return both items tomorrow. I'm losing my touch with PCs these days. I had such a hard time dinking around Windows 8.1, trying to find where everything is since I'm used to Windows XP/Windows 7 style of UI.