https://youtu.be/LwEInwvFbwk Linus of Linus Tech Tips released an update to the iMac Pro debacle to YouTube and we now know the struggle he has been having getting parts to repair his "professional" system. It comes out in the video that during the deconstruction of the iMac Pro the Warranty Void if Removed stickers were destroyed … Continue reading Linus of Linus Tech Tips Exposes the Dark Inner Workings of Apple’s Repair Policies
Meet my new gaming system, Zero Point Module (ZPM - THAT's "ZED" PEE EM SILLY AMERICANS). Yes, I am a mad man. Not only did I build a system I certainly did not actually need, I built a, DUN DUN DUN, Intel system! Go ahead and faint. I'll wait. Welcome back. The theory was always … Continue reading Meet Zero Point Module.
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?…)
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
A feature introduced with Windows Vista Ultimate Edition back in the day that I really enjoyed was the live wallpaper (DreamScene) function. I would often have the stream playing in the background and I honestly thought it took the Windows desktop to the next level. Well in Windows 7 the feature was hidden and since … Continue reading Wallpaper Engine