I navigated before I explored the web. Continue reading Final Farewell To Internet Explorer
Data backup is as important as ever. Continue reading Backup Your World
Notes on my watch would be…noteworthy. Continue reading A Note On Notes On Apple Watch
Can one platform rule them all? Continue reading When The Computing Ideal Isn’t Practical
With Windows 11 coming soon, should users be excited for a better computing experience from Microsoft? The visual refresh and system refinements aim to enable and inspire more productivity and creativity, which are worthy goals. Continue reading Windows 11 With A Future View
A few months back, I got a excited for a new take on an old thing. I was interested in an iteration of Windows 10. It’s name was Windows 10X. And it will never see the light of day. Bummer, because I was really interested in a Windows version of a Chromebook. I called it the Edgebook. It could have been a simple laptop without the ad-driven privacy-invading Google tentacles weaved throughout. But the potential of Windows 10X is not all lost. Continue reading The Edgebook is Dead
Microsoft is doing a thing. It looks interesting and exciting to this tech nerd. A new OS is coming along soon, called Windows 10X (poor name IMO), but more important are the new devices along with it. Basically, we’re talking about Windows powered Chromebooks, which I’m calling EdgeBooks. Continue reading The EdgeBook Is Born!
Are two screens better than one? Microsoft thinks so. You can now pre-order Microsoft’s new device called Surface Duo. It’s a phone. And a mini split-screen tablet. And it’s quite possibly the coolest new gadget this year. Unfortunately, it will cost all your dollars. Continue reading Pay More With Surface Duo