Release after release, Microsoft pushes Windows forward. Yet the operating system is continually undermined by the "value-focused" low-end machines pushed by the majority of OEMs. This race to the bottom has tarnished Windows for a decade and now threatens to derail Windows 8. Microsoft must do something to stop the crap before it's too late! Attack of the Craptops The … [Read more...] about Microsoft: Kill the Craptops Before They Destroy Windows!
My first stop when looking at AirPrint printers was HP's line of all-in-one Photosmart inkjet printers. There are some great offerings there, ranging from the inexpensive D110A to the office-capable C410A. But home users like cool gadgets, and HP has delivered two sexier printer options: The Envy 100 transforms from a glossy black monolith to a compact and functional printer … [Read more...] about AirPrint-Compatible: HP’s Sexy Envy 100 and Photosmart eStation Printers
I've already said it a few times, but let's just make it absolutely clear: Do not buy weird, cheap, off-brand Android tablets! Until a real iPad competitor comes along, it makes little sense to spend money on any Android tablet, and zero sense to buy a cheap, junky one from Walgreens, eBay, or anywhere else. Especially if you plan to give it away as a gift! Quality and Value … [Read more...] about Do Not Buy Weird, Cheap, Off-Brand Android Tablets!
How will you retain records for the long haul? It depends on how you define "long". Nearly everyone (individual and business alike) has certain records to retain for years, and some may need retention for decades or centuries. How can you accomplish this? First, consider whether to store records as atoms or bits. You can convert paper to data or vice versa, and there are … [Read more...] about Long-Term Versus Longer-Term Archiving