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19
Oct
2012

Windows 8 Review – Microsoft’s Bold New Operating System Revealed


For many years, rightly or wrongly, Microsoft have been accused of playing it safe with their operating system releases. Business customers in particular are often found to be moving at a snail’s pace when upgrading to the latest versions of Windows. This can be attributed to the time it takes to teach their staff the differences and the process of implementing any new technologies, which is a costly pursuit. With this in mind, it is quite easy to understand why a company such as Microsoft wouldn’t drastically change the basic interface we have all become accustomed to, whether in the business environment or even as a consumer at home.

13
Jan
2011

My Beginners Guide to Computers #1 – Types and the Operating System – Tech Depot Blog UK

My latest article for Tech Depot Blog UK has appeared today, which begins a series covering a guide to computers. This first instalment covers the various types (desktop, laptop, netbook and tablet) and a selection of operating systems (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, iOS and Android):

When you are considering investing in a new computer, along with your decision of a fair price is usually determining the specifications that would be best suited for your requirements. These can be a little overwhelming for the newcomer, so here is part 1 of a beginners guide to computer types and the operating systems on offer.

Link: Beginners Guide to Computers #1 – Computer Types and the Operating System

13
Jan
2011

Beginners Guide to Computers #1 – Computer Types and the Operating System

When you are considering investing in a new computer, along with your decision of a fair price is usually determining the specifications that would be best suited for your requirements. These can be a little overwhelming for the newcomer, so here is part 1 of a beginners guide to computer types and the operating systems on offer.