Looks like I will have to cough-up $199 for this Microsoft Office 2016 suite for my wife when I upgrade her computer soon. For me, I do not use it much ever since I discovered Google Docs. There are free versions available too like LibreOffice but so far, Google Docs has been more than sufficient. My wife, on the other hand, needs Microsoft Word for her work and so, it looks like I have to get this for her. The Microsoft Online Store lists it for sake at $199 and shops online and offline have it for sale for $200 or more. Looks like I gotta go for it and soon
If, you are like me, and own a computer running on Windows 7, you will be bound to get some of these irritating Microsoft Get Windows 10 popups that happen often. The thing is, there is no easy way to get rid of them. I am sure that there is something that can be done, some kind of hack that can get rid of these popups but so far, I have not found anything. If I find this irritating, imagine what it would be like for those poor sods running Windows 7 PCs as digital signage machines. I have seen some pictures recently on the net, with Windows 7 signage PCs with this popup in full view. All I can say is, fuck you very much Microsoft. Don’t force people to upgrade by using popups. You are fucking everyone’s life up. Twats.
I bought this laptop computer for my wife in late 2011 because the laptop that she was using bit the dust. She is now or rather has now been using this laptop for almost 4 years and it is still going strong. She is happy with it, well, except for the Chinese program that works with her version of Microsoft Word. Other than that, she is happy with it, as I said. I did ask her if she wanted me to buy her a new laptop but she said that she does not need it. This is proof positive that Dell laptops are pretty long-lasting. I had my old Vostro for four-and-a-half years. That is proof positive!
Forgive the picture of this laptop. It is not the best picture I could have taken…I will admit. That hair on her laptop came from my two furry cats. Oh, and the keyboard? That is an external one as she loves external keyboards. Apparently, it is easier for her to type on
I saw this phone some time back and I started thinking to myself that even after Microsoft bought Nokia, they still felt that for emerging markets, basic mobile phones were needed. And that is where the Nokia 130 comes in.
Apparently, With the Nokia 130, you get up to 36 days of standby time and a a very durable phone to boot. And it also comes equipped with a flashlight on the back, Bluetooth to share songs and can take an SD card up to 32Gb in capacity. Maximum music playback time is 46 hours. Pretty good for a basic phone. It seems that it can also playback videos very well. I have yet to see that but I am looking more at the long music playback duration. Specifications-wise:
- SIM card type: Mini SIM
- AV connectors: 3.5 mm audio connector
- Charging connectors: Micro-USB
- System connectors: Micro-USB-B
- USB: USB 2.0
- Bluetooth3: Bluetooth 3.0
- Bluetooth profiles: Object Push profile (OPP) 1.1
Not too bad. I like the fact that it now uses a micro USB to charge. I freaking hate the old Nokia charges of old. I will definitely be getting this as I saw it for sale in Singapore for less than $40. Great one Nokia!
One of my clients had this Windows error on his PC the other day. So much for starting and restarting so many times, it just failed to load. So what we did was to reload the system because to be honest, even starting up with the installation disc did not help. I did tell the client that if they have recently been getting errors with fltmgr.sys it’s recommend they uninstall or re-install any programs recently that may have generated this error. But the client swore that nothing had been installed. Oh well. Its reloading time!
I am looking for an all-in-one keyboard and I happened to come across this yesterday while buying stuff in our local Singapore computer and spare-parts haunt, Sim Lim Square. This costs about $49 and from the reviews I read, it seems pretty good. From Microsoft’s description on the website:
It has a full-size keyset and an integrated multi-touch trackpad – type, swipe, drag, zoom, and click with ease. It has customisable media hotkeys that put the web and your favourite music, photos, and films at your fingertips. The keyboard also has a durable design, so there’s no need to sweat the bumps, drops, or spills of everyday life. The All-in-One Media Keyboard is all you need for comfortable typing and effortless navigation.
Yeah. Just what I am looking for. It will be very useful for my work