I have been using Windows since 3.0 replaced DOS on my home computer. I have written many articles about Windows and taught numerous classes about Windows. I give talks about Windows. Over the years I have owned and used dozens of Windows PCs. So, I think it is fair to say that I know something […]
Over the years I have posted a number of times about Microsoft’s schoolyard badmouthing of rivals. Time and again Microsoft marketing has preferred trash-talking the competition instead of explaining the good points of its own products, Oh, we get meaningless empty stuff about how Windows will save the world but there is never any actual […]
The new killer app is a real humanLive experts like those from Google Helpouts and Amazon’s Mayday are changing everything—At Computerworld, Mike Elgan reports on the growing use of live humans on the Internet 10 reasons the browser is becoming the universal OSExtensible, mutable, and rapidly evolving thanks to open source roots, the Web browser […]
My best wishes for the Thanksgiving holiday to all readers who are celebrating this American tradition.
Quantum computers are still in an early stage of development but they promise to someday change computing. Here is some information about them. First is this video: Source: YouTube Also this link has more videos.
Fake Windows tech support calls continue to plague consumersMore than a year after the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) heralded a major crackdown on fraudsters posing as Microsoft technical support personnel, consumers continue to receive calls from scammers—At Computerworld, Gregg Keizer reports on continuing scam Privacy Isn’t a Right, It’s a CommodityAt Slate, Josh Klein […]
I don’t know what it says about the English-speaking world (OK, in this case probably the United States) that its Wikipedia contributors disagree more about professional wrestlers than nearly any other topic, but it can’t be good.—Derrick Harris at GigaOm