In a world of ever increasing quality in audio, photography and especially video – the need for yet more space to store all this information is a constant battle. Although storing content in online cloud storage is becoming more and more practical, the need to have it with you all the time even when you are away from an internet connection leaves you with the requirement for an external hard drive.
The Seagate 1TB Backup Plus Portable Hard Drive is one such solution. Extremely portable and supporting USB 3.0 for quick transfer speeds, the 1TB hard drive is ready for all your media storage needs.
My review covering the Western Lines of Scotland route for the Train Simulator series has appeared in the very first edition of a new digital magazine – Train Sim World.
UK Routes for rail simulation titles focus on a variety of location highlights – be it industrial areas filled with warehouses and bustling with work activities, towns & cities full of traffic and recognisable landmarks or the lush surroundings of vast countryside. The ‘Western Lines of Scotland’ includes more of a gentle setting, as you travel through the pleasant green landscapes with only the tweeting of bird song for company and the infrequent train passing by in the other direction.
Train Sim World Magazine – Edition 1
Back in November last year, I interviewed Rob Landeros and David Wheeler in a podcast who were involved with Trilobyte Games. In it they discussed both ‘The 7th Guest’ and ‘The 11th Hour’ and discussion inevitably continued on to whether there would be another game in the series.
Well now nearly one year later since the podcast recording, ‘The 7th Guest 3: The Collector’ has appeared on Kickstarter to raise funds to create the game for an expected release of October 2015.
As wonderful as the Mac OS X operating system can be, sometimes installing Windows on an Apple computer or laptop is essential – especially if you are a gamer or simply want to experience the best of both worlds.
Taking a screenshot on a Mac keyboard though can become tricky if you are looking for the ‘Print Screen’ key, as usually it doesn’t exist on the Apple keyboard layout.
Installed or upgraded to the latest Google Chrome browser (version 28 in this case) and wondered why your extension icons were now hidden under a new clickable area? Odd isn’t it, well fear not as you can adjust this quite easily so you can again view all your icons without having to click to reveal them on each and every occasion!