This week we got our hands on our copy of Windows 10. After a solid week of use, we feel that we’ve got a grasp on it enough to give you our opinion of its strengths and weaknesses. Microsoft’s much anticipated release promised the best of Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 in one solid, modernized package. Most, even the anti-Microsoft crowd, have excitedly waited for this new operating system to see if the aged giant could breathe new life in to its biggest offering. For Microsoft, the success of this product is life-or-death, and most critics so far believe they’ve got a real shot at a comeback. Here’s our take.
This week we've got one for all of you bloggers, Facebookers, and Instagramers who understand the value of images. If you follow my blog, you know that I do my best to provide a unique image for every article. I also take a lot of pictures on Instagram, which translate over to my Facebook page as well. A few weeks ago, during that time, I didn't have access to my standard image editing software and had to find an alternative. That's when I met Canva.
In a follow up to last week's recommendation, this week will also be talking about an antivirus program. We promise that not every recommendation will be for software or technology, but this seemed the most logical sequence. We mentioned that Windows Defender makes a great second opinion antivirus, and that's how we use it. Our first, and usually only line of defense is Malwarebytes AntiMalware, and it is the platinum standard for antivirus software.
Welcome to our first Recommendation of the Week article! We're pretty excited as we hope this will provide an amazing benefit to you and your business. Today, we're going to start with a no-cost recommendation. If you're looking for a good antivirus software, but don't have the spare cash to pay for licensing, or you'd like a reliable second-opinion antivirus, it's time to look to Microsoft.
I recently picked up the HP15 by Hewlett Packard. It's a 15.6" laptop featuring the AMD A6 processor, 1TB of hard drive space, and 4GB of RAM. After about a week of use, I'm pretty familiar with the computer, and I want to share my opinions with you.
The Linux distribution of the day is Fedora. This variant of the open source OS was built on the same foundation as Red Hat Linux, the software that underpins most web servers. Let's dig in and see what Fedora has to offer.