In continuing with why I use the parts I do series, in this article I want to cover the hard drives I use and why. Yes I used the plural in hard drives.
Continuing on with the “Why I use the parts I do”, this article I wanted to cover the motherboards we at Ward Computers use for desktop computers and workstations. Interestingly, my first technology review back in March 2005 was of a Tyan motherboard. That article has since gone dark and is only in the bowels of my hard drive.
Over the years, there have been only two major CPU / processor manufacturers. Yes, there have been others, they just have not been dominant in the computer and server industry.
I have used both of these manufacturers, AMD and Intel, in the past, however I decided to exclusively sell Intel in 2007.
I have sent emails, tweets, posted links and articles on Facebook and so much more, all to warn you about the different crypto locker schemes out there. Apparently I failed to write a specific article on how to prevent it.
Hey you Linux and Apple people, you need to be alert for this too!
Here are the Four major things to do in order to prevent crypto locker with two additional options.
This is a question I get all too frequently, “can’t you just make my computer last a little longer?” or some version of that.
Ladies and gentlemen, I hate to break the news to you, technology changes! Yes, I know that is a startling statement, however it is true. Moore’s Law states, correctly, that circuitry and thus technology’s abilities double every two years.
The vast majority of you buy a new phone every 2 to 3 years because “it can do more”, well so can your computers. Continue reading