Tag Archive: lost

Apr 23 2017

Using EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free v11

In a time where everything is stored on solid-state drives, USB drives, SD cards and microSD cards, people tend to forget that the storage options can fail. Pictures and videos can be deleted by accident or they can become corrupted and you can lose them altogether. You would think that the respective operating systems would …

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Jan 24 2015

"Windows 10 As A Service" Is What Everyone Remembers Most

In my opinion, the biggest news last week was that Microsoft announced that Windows 10 is going to be free for users of Windows 7 and above; the upgrade from Windows 8 to 8.1 is free. Microsoft has already said that there are some exclusions, meaning that users of Microsoft Surface 2 and Microsoft Surface …

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Jan 06 2014

I Don’t Care About Ultra HD 4K TVs; I Want What Comes Later

It’s interesting to think about the introduction of Ultra HD 4k televisions when most cable broadcasters still offer 4:3 displays [standard resolution]; it’s stupid. And what’s more interesting is that in the past, customers purchased records and then they purchased cassettes. Then they moved from cassettes over to CDs. There’s always been a natural progression …

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Aug 09 2013

Have people really had enough of Windows?

I know, seems like a silly question right? It’s not. The Windows operating system is strongly established itself in the corporate working environment. If you work in an office, most likely the chances of you working with any other operating system besides Windows is unlikely. While Microsoft’s revenue is up, they’re still having a very …

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Nov 01 2012

Commercials killed Hulu for me…

I’ve had a Roku for several months now and I’ve been very pleased with the device’s abilities to stream content from multiple resources and display them on my TV. One of the streaming sources that I had was Hulu. I actually had Netflix and Hulu, but I just canceled my Hulu account; and I’m not …

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Jul 11 2012

Mozilla Drops Thunderbird over web-based solutions

This week has been somewhat of a disappointment for many people who use Mozilla’s Thunderbird. Mozilla has made the announcement that they’re slowing down development on Thunderbird to put more effort into the Firefox operating system. Mozilla Thunderbird has been a standard for e-mail clients for years, competing directly with Microsoft Outlook and other popular …

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Oct 06 2011

Farewell to Steve Jobs 1955-2011

In my opinion… Probably the most enthusiastic person to work with technology, ever… he had a vision and a dream to do things a specific way— to give people what he thought they deserved. And his drive for perfection drove Apple to be the most powerful and influential companies in the world. If not for …

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Aug 04 2011

Internet Explorer Market Share: Why is it taking so long to DIE?

I have no love for Internet Explorer. Microsoft and Internet Explorer lost me as an user when 15 friggin applications and viruses got loaded on my machine in 10 seconds and I couldn’t do a thing to stop it and then it took me 5 hrs to remove the damage… Internet Explorer; it’s a polished …

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Feb 28 2011

Google’s ‘Cloud’ failure forecasts bad weather

With a lot of content providers recently pushing the ‘cloud’ model of doing business; they’re trying to convince the customer base that putting all of your information onto a separate storage location on the Internet is the best thing to do… Google’s recent failure with Gmail reinforces my opinion that keeping information in the cloud, …

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Jan 28 2011

As Predicted: e-Books are Killing the Traditional Printed Books

It really doesn’t seem that long ago that I was discussing putting e-Books in schools for the kids, but it’s becoming a reality. And it makes perfect sense to give e-Books to students. Student books need to be updated regularly; so they’ve the most current information to learn from. It’s the most economical choice for …

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