PC Magazine is advocating a bring your own laptop, with your own software approach to business. It likens it to mechanics who bring their own tools.
The trouble is that while mechanical tools in a toolbox operate autonomously and don’t interfere with one another, software residing on a computer does. Read more
Certain older 32-bit applications (notably Adobe Creative Suite CS2 apps, but there are probably others) object to being installed in “C:\Program Files (x86)\”, which is where 64-bit Windows wants to put legacy 32-bit apps.
The solution is easy but non-obvious, as is true so much of the time.
This week was CES, where companies make a big splash and try to show what’s going to happen in the consumer electronics space in the coming year.
In the coverage of CES, I saw three things that seem interesting, but only one of those three was a surprise.