Crumbs, I could understand an app taking fifteen minutes to download if I were installing it on my old Vodafone Android phone using a crappy gprs mobile Internet signal. But this is the latest desktop operating system running on a powerful dual core laptop with a 14mbps broadband connection. Is Microsoft intent on slowing down […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
With Windows 7 I could open up Microsoft Update and get it to discover what updates needed installing whilst I got on with something else. I’ve just tried to check for updates on my Windows 8 laptop and couldn’t ALT-TAB away to another application. What use is a new operating system that actually makes the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Well, after much deliberation, the decision has been made. My mobile phone contract is up for renewal in July which means that I am eligible for an upgrade near the end of April. so for the last few weeks I have been trying to decide what to go for. Would I stick with Nokia, give […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I thought I was reading things – my past came flooding back to me. Back in the eighites there were a number of computing icons; Apple, IBM, Atari, Commodore and a name few will remember (unless they’re old hands like me) , the Apricot. Apricot produced stylish computers that worked, most of the time. Take […]Continue Reading... No Comments.