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All Is Well In 64bit Land
Well, Iím finding the 64bit version of Windows 7 works pretty well. I have most of my applications running again, using the 64bit versions if I could find them. The SSD drive is working great and I'm just using an external drive enclosure to get around the space limitations. Iíve been rendering some…
Posted Jan 30, 2010 by Steven 1 min read

64bit and SSD Fun!
I was honored with a 128GB SSD drive today and I just had to give it a try. Since I can only have one drive in my laptop, I decided Iíd swap out the old one and, while I was at it, spin up a 64bit version of Windows 7 on it as well. Iím curious to see how things will work. I have the OS loaded, but …
Posted Jan 28, 2010 by Steven 1 min read

Playing around with Ubuntu
I gave Ubuntu Linux a quick run. I grabbed the 7.10 iso, burned it to a CD and rebooted my laptop. Sweet and easy. Iíd heard Ubuntu was pretty good with laptops, which is why I wanted to check out this Linux distribution. Overall, the OS looks great and the applications matched well with what you wo…
Posted Feb 03, 2008 by Steven 2 min read

Viva Vista?
Well, I traded Viva PiŮata this week for Windows Vista. I decided to bite the bullet and give Vista try on my laptop. So far, Iíve been pleasantly surprised. Since I had recently replaced the hard-drive in my laptop, wiping out XP out wasnít as big a chore since I already had my files backed up…
Posted Jun 23, 2007 by Steven 3 min read

MS Home Server
Microsoft has released a public beta of their Microsoft Home Server software. Iíve had various ďhome servers,Ē usually older computers, running various version of Windows and Linux. My current one is running Media Center, but it is also a desktop for my daughter. In either case, MSHS sounds good on …
Posted Jun 17, 2007 by Steven 1 min read