Windows has been in my life since that fateful day my parents bought a Pentium-MMX 233MHz powered Windows95 desktop for their business all the way back in 1997. Before that we had a few hand-me-down computers all based on DOS given to us by family members. Windows95 started my deep dive into computer software and … Continue reading How Microsoft Frustrated Me Enough to Completely Wipe My Life of Windows
Category: Operating Systems
My First Dive into Chromebooks
I have been itching to try out a Chromebook since launch but I kept holding myself back. I’ve always felt that a closed ecosystem is a bad thing. Microsoft has tried it a couple times now with Windows RT and now Windows 10 in S mode. I think where Microsoft fails is probably where Google … Continue reading My First Dive into Chromebooks
Lenovo X131e – Cheap and Tough As Nails (Does That Even Make Sense?…)
I know, I know, this laptop is so old it could have grand-kids. Thing is I honestly think its a hidden gem of the tech wold. Nowadays our cheapest laptops are Chromebooks (and really not so cheap when it comes down to it in my opinion) but they are limited in what they can do. … Continue reading Lenovo X131e – Cheap and Tough As Nails (Does That Even Make Sense?…)
Linux and You
I recently wrote about how the traditional operating system is declining in the consumer market and how devices like smart phones, tablets and Chromebooks are taking a commanding lead as they are simpler and deliver a lot of functionality for a smaller price. It has come to my attention that lately one really does not … Continue reading Linux and You
Is the Traditional Operating System Dead?
First, this story is dry. I mean, who cares about the operating system their running as long as it allows them to do what they need. Am I right? We are more interested if we can “like” a post on facebook or see the latest perfect chocolate cake on Instagram. It’s hard to make a … Continue reading Is the Traditional Operating System Dead?
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