Category Archives: Operating Systems

Windows 8 Laptop Bloatware?

Our friend Roblimo (Robin Miller) has a great little article outlining some key differences consumers are liable to encounter when purchasing new Windows 8 Laptops. You can read about it at the IT Knowledge Exchange website. Your New Windows 8 … Continue reading

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Simple Performance Boost – More Memory

Recently more and more customers are bringing their machines in to have them “gone over”.  In many cases the customer is noticing slower and slower performance and are ready to purchase a new system.  Prices have fallen in recent years … Continue reading

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Making Lemonade

First, I got lemons … Earlier today I was doing some web development for a client.  This involves searching though stock photographs and images on the world wide web.  Sometimes I use clipart or photographs – slightly modified – or … Continue reading

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A Virtual No-Brainer

What Is Virtualization? In the computer world virtualization is the process of replacing your existing server hardware environment with an equivalent software environment.  This “tricks” the server into thinking it’s running on bare metal (your Dell or HP server hardware) … Continue reading

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Go Ahead Click Away!

I just finished reading an article at Low End Mac dot com entitled “Sick and Tired of Windows” in which the author Dan Knight muses about how he and several other folks he knows are just tired of Windows computers … Continue reading

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