Threshold 2 was the code name for Windows 10 Version 1511 (or the November 2015 release). It is great to get a new version of Windows 10 on my machine but (as ever) there was a glitch that caused a little bit of work on my part. Essentially the issue that I experienced with Wi-Fi happened … Continue reading Windows 10 Threshold 2, it’s OK
The time came and I took the plunge to upgrade to iOS 9, so I went through my normal process of starting iTunes, making sure that all apps were updated and then proceeded to sync my iPhone and take a local backup just in case. As I went through this process I noticed my disk … Continue reading Thank you Apple, again.
I took the plunge and upgraded my desktop computer, this is a slightly more powerful machine than my netbook (?) and was running Windows 8.1; interestingly this was originally a Windows 7 Pro machine, upgraded to Windows 8 Pro, then 8.1 Pro and finally Windows 10 Pro (phew). So the upgrade process seemed to be … Continue reading Getting Wi-Fi working on Windows 10
Even though everything seems fine right now there are a couple of things that are a little worrying. The first is memory consumption, it seems that I was mistaken in assuming that it took about the same memory as Windows 7 Starter, my experience now is that we are using around 1.5GB when the machine … Continue reading Windows 10, second impressions
I took the plunge installing Windows 10 on my ASUS EEE PC Netbook, results so far have been fair. Preparation First things first, this is a low powered machine with 2GB of RAM, a 250GB hard drive which is partitioned as 100GB for the system drive and the remainder as a data drive, it came … Continue reading Windows 10 – the first 24 hours
I just got assigned a defect that relates to a previous product that is essentially in life support mode. This is not that unusual, the problem is that the issue is related to a feature that allows that product to interface to the product that preceded that one! On top of that, it is running … Continue reading Remember that old software never dies …
Left Behind (2014) is another bad movie choice by Nicolas Cage, he seems to be making a habit of this recently. I sat through this with the missus who had already seen it and was astounded that anyone spent any money making this movie. It also astounded me that anyone who had already seen it would … Continue reading Left Behind (2014)