So my mum goes to a physical health class and got told by her (fitness coach / class teacher?) to download a exercise routine that was posted on Youtube.
Mum tried to download and naturally she is told she needs to pay every month for the privilege of downloads.
I tell mum that I can download a YouTube video on Linux using YouTube-dl, but unsure what my options are on Windows. Or rather I don’t know which are the tools that will do the job and which are the crapware.
So I download the video and will send it to Mum. All thanks to YouTube-dl.
Not sure if there is Windows version of YouTube-dl but I know the drill with Linux.
Interesting to see how you get to know your way around an alternative OS, then feel a bit out of your depth going back to Windows.
Also an example of when Linux becomes easier to use then Windows.