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The Linux Series - Episode 1 - Why Linux?

There are many reasons why you should consider upgrading to Linux. Now I’ll understand that there are many people who will disagree with me, but honestly, I don’t really care, because this I honestly believe that Linux is way better than Windows or Mac OSX, so to avoid all of the endless comments of debate and rude people, I’ve taken the liberty of constructing a simple video and list of reasons why I like Linux better. 799 more words


PXE and getting into with @Ubuntu @Breakfastnews

Not only does it sound better on Ubuntu due to the way it has really apart from prints and some odd peripherals uses no drivers, it writes what it needs on the fly by on boot and run time executing a library called oscillio. 663 more words


Suddenly, Build 10158 becomes 10159

It’s amazing how fast life goes by sometimes. At my last post, build 10041 had just been released and I was busy wrapping up my AAS degree in Computer Support from Clark College here in Vancouver, WA. 432 more words


Gizmodo's hands-on with Apple's OS X El Capitan: Tiny tweaks make a big difference

”After the visual overhaul Apple gave to Yosemite, it’s perhaps no surprise that this year’s desktop and laptop refresh is altogether more muted,” David Nield writes for Gizmodo. 225 more words


OS Reviews: Q4OS 1.2.5

So, it’s been pretty much a year since my last post. I’m not active, but I’m still alive!

This time, we take a look at… 1,113 more words

Operating Systems

Apple releases OS X Yosemite 10.10.4

Apple today release OS X Yosemite v10.10.4 Update which is recommended for all OS X Yosemite users.

The OS X Yosemite v10.10.4 update improves the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac. 308 more words


Windows, creating an unattended installation disc.

A lot of instructions on the net tell you how to use the answer file to create the base image for capturing but nothing in regards to installation. 2,142 more words