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An Ideal Notebook Computer

Posted by Ron McMahon Categories: Computers, Hardware

It can be argued that portable computing is the oldest form of computing, as the very earliest computing devices were made to be easily transportable as a means for speedy and accurate calculations in the market.  The invention of the abacus set down some of the earliest steps towards our ever-evolving ideal of mobile computing.  [ Read More ]

There has been a lot of commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the Mac computer this past week.  Desktop computing has experienced incredible changes since the world grabbed its first glimpse of Apple’s vision for what personal computing could be.  Here we are in 2014 and other than the power connection, there is nothing physically  [ Read More ]

Still Using Windows XP?

Posted by Ron McMahon Categories: Uncategorized, Windows XP

A few months ago I posted the following article.  If you happen to still be using Windows XP, I encourage you to read this and learn why sticking with XP is not really your best bet…   Ready or not, in just 80 days Microsoft will be retiring Windows XP.  While this doesn’t mean that  [ Read More ]

Your Annual Backup Checklist

Posted by Ron McMahon Categories: Backup, data, Uncategorized

The arrival of a new year is the perfect time to make sure that your data back-up practice is adequate. It is a well-known paradigm that the farther away you are in time and space from the creation point of data is directly related to the cost to replicate it. The greater the distance, the  [ Read More ]

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