Larry Henry

Author's details

Name: Larry Henry
Date registered: 02/25/2009
URL: http://www.lehsys.com
AIM: napoleonag.tss@gmail.com
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Biography

I'm a techie, I'm a blogger- I'm interested in all things technology. I like renewable energy, I like hardware/software/gadgets that make life more fun, productive and useful; and then sharing that with others. I attempt to take in all the information I have and make conclusions, sharing commentary from time to time. Job wise, I was in the United States Marine Corp, I've been a Customer Service Director, Tech Support Technician, and currently in Document Imaging Project Management. I'm also a Microsoft MVP. Feel free to contact me…

Latest posts

  1. Techie Review: iRulu 9.7″ Android Tablet — 04/12/2014
  2. Leaving Roku for Android TV — 04/07/2014
  3. Google Chrome Is The King Of Internet Browsers — 04/07/2014
  4. Microsoft OneNote 2013 [free] – No Send to Blog — 04/03/2014
  5. Nuance’s Power PDF Advanced – Techie Review — 04/02/2014

Most commented posts

  1. Because Nuance won’t; How to install Dragon Naturally Speaking 9 on Vista 64 — 115 comments
  2. How to: Install Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 on Windows 7 64-bit — 112 comments
  3. Top Problems with Windows Live Movie Maker 2011 — 109 comments
  4. Finding An Alternative To Paperport 12 — 66 comments
  5. Techie Review: Nuance PaperPort 12 Professional — 54 comments

Author's posts listings

Apr 12 2014

Techie Review: iRulu 9.7″ Android Tablet

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This is a hands-on review of the iRulu 9.7″ Android Tablet [AZ941]. I did an earlier review of another iRulu Tablet about nine months ago. At the time, the purpose was to try to find a low-cost android tablet that met all the requirements I was looking for; nothing really high end, but still very …

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Apr 07 2014

Leaving Roku for Android TV

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The Verge reported over the weekend that Google is getting ready to release Android TV; a replacement to Google TV. The interesting thing about this move for Google is that it’s not really a move at all, they just embracing what’s already out there in the market and focusing on the high points of streaming …

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Apr 07 2014

Google Chrome Is The King Of Internet Browsers

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Google Chrome has done very well for itself in a short period of time. Chrome is a modern browser that was built on existing technologies with the concept of streamlining and improving web browsing, performance, but at the same time having the highest level of security. Chrome has been able to do this fairly easily. …

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Apr 03 2014

Microsoft OneNote 2013 [free] – No Send to Blog

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Microsoft OneNote has been one of those applications from Microsoft and I thought was a good effort on their part. The application itself is not overly complicated and it provides a basic function build organize one’s information in several different environments; like home, work or school. one of the more attractive features of Microsoft OneNote …

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Apr 02 2014

Nuance’s Power PDF Advanced – Techie Review

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Power PDF Advanced has been released from Nuance [April 2nd, 2014]. This version is a tour de force in handling and editing PDF documents; replacing their PDF Converter v8 Pro. If you have PDF Converter, Nuance is going to offer upgrade discounts to those customers. This new version is a full on assault on all other …

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Mar 28 2014

Why does Comcast not advertise Internet Essentials Service?

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Comcast has been in the news a lot lately. The Verge recently posted an article about Comcast offering low income families affordable Internet service for basically 10 bucks a month; it’s called Internet Essentials. This plan has been in place since 2011, but is not something that Comcast runs around telling everyone. This particular arrangement wasn’t …

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Mar 27 2014

Comcast, Verizon and AT&T plan on killing off Netflix with bandwidth fees

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Netflix is under siege. I love how the ISPs in the United States are offloading the responsibility of building up and extending their networks to hold and maintain higher bandwidth traffic, while trying to offload the cost of that network expansion to another company— Netflix. Comcast, Verizon and AT&T all have TV customers, all provide …

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Mar 25 2014

Microsoft $100 credit isn’t going to push users to Windows 8

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You really have to give it to Microsoft on having operating system that’s almost 15 years old and people are still using it. Irregardless of the security problems and performance issues with Windows XP, it’s still an operating system that’s in full effect in lots of companies. Windows XP survived the release of Windows Vista; which was a complete failure.

Mar 24 2014

Netflix and Enemies of the Internet

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This past week’s been pretty interesting when it comes to the neutrality,Netflix and the future of the Internet. We saw lots of new developments with Netflix and Comcast, as well as openly pointed discussions about backbone Internet service providers upset about Internet service providers charging for Internet service to customers in the last legs of …

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Mar 03 2014

Leaving Microsoft Security Essentials behind for BitDefender [free]

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After my post about Windows Defender and Windows security essentials of couple weeks ago, it really pushed me to reevaluate whether or not to have that software on my system, considering how low that software scored with any virus testing and malware detection. When software scores that low on testing in detection, what good is …

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