Linux upgrades

Every so often our operating systems get an upgrade released, be they minor or full upgrade. Commercial operating systems like Windows and macOS have polished GUI interfaces to support this process, and support upgrading across multiple versions. Then there’s Linux. The past two days I’ve upgraded both Ubuntu and Kali Linux to their latest release... Continue Reading →

Up to X1

I’ve long wanted a BMW, though the cost of the SUV models brand new is often out of reach when I’d look on their website; I’d off course add every add-on. I never stopped to consider a car a couple of years old, and going for the X1. Today, Jodie picked up a used X3... Continue Reading →

Upgrade to an 8 Pro

It’s been a year of upgrading computers like never before, I’ve never spent quite so much in one year. Thankfully I’ve on sold old machines to recoup costs, but you always lose some value when doing so. I bought the Surface Pro 7 in late-September, knowing full well the 8 was just about to come... Continue Reading →

Quickest Mac Upgrade Ever

I have never upgraded a Mac this quickly, however, the limitations imposed upon the MacBook Pro M1 with only a single external screen makes working on it as a geek just that little bit more difficult. That said, the M1 has truly been quite a surprising machine, its battery life has been outstanding. Today, Apple... Continue Reading →

Windows 11

Microsoft has announced its next major release of Windows overnight, Windows 11, due later in the year. Windows 11 looks very much a hybrid between Windows 10 and macOS, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing. The task bar adopts a centred approach much like dock in Mac, and the start menu looks a mix between... Continue Reading →

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