Browser privacy settings

If you run Chrome or Firefox or any other of the popular browsers you can do a few things to the settings in order to keep your data a little more private. I’m talking more specifically about Google Chrome right now, but the same concept applies to all. Here’s some settings to look for: Turn […]

Web browser

Browser wars are boring. Try them all and test them all. Find one you like the best and use it. Browsers can be a nice swiss army knife of the web if you wish. Find one with plugins that are useful to you. I would like to point out a recent favorite of mine, Vivaldi, […]

Custom Arch Install

Specifications Hardware: Lenovo N23, Celeron(R) CPU N3060 @ 1.60GHz, 4GB DDR3L, 32GB eMMC, Touchscreen, 802.11 AC (2×2) WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0 Linux Kernel: 4.15.9-1-ARCH Filesystem: XFS, EFI, Swap Display Server: X11 Display Manager: LXDM Desktop Environment: LXDE Theme: Adapta-GTK Browser: Firefox Package list: xorg, lxde, bluez, bluez-utils, pulseaudio-alsa, pulseaudio-bluetooth, networkmanager, network-manager-applet, ttf-droid, ttf-roboto, chromium, firefox, hexchat, p7zip, htop, xterm, guvcview, rclone, rsync, cups, hplip, […]

Netbook Project

I jumped all-in on the Google Cloud. The idea was to purchase a Chromebook. They were a little too expensive. I went with a N23 from Lenovo. I love the design of the notebook. It’s small screen, tight case and touchscreen are awesome. It doesn’t win awards for storage space or processor/memory, but it sure […]

Linux Customizations

Linux is a free and open source kernel available to the world to use and modify free of charge. Since it’s introduction in 1991 by Linus Torvalds, Linux has been customized and built upon to meet the needs of a variety of complex environments. It runs many of the devices and servers we use every […]

Microsoft Bing

After about a month or so of use, I’ve found Bing to be a great search engine. Excuse me Decision Engine. Anyways, it works like it should and looks great. The only thing I would develop more is the Map area. In Google Maps you can click and drag a different route. Not to mention […]

Parallels: Vista Ultimate

Installation of Vista Ultimate on my MacBook went very well. After the install I noticed a couple of things I would’ve liked to see. I did lose some functionality, but that’s expected when you’re in a virtualized environment. Or is it? I would think that by now Microsoft and Parallels would have driver issues ironed […]

Cool new toys

Yesterday I went to a Microsoft {heroes} launch event. It was awesome. Free Mountain Dew, lunch bags (with food) and free software. Aside from all the free stuff I was pleased to find that it didn’t all seem like a big marketing seminar. I was actually impressed when the Evangelist (Kevin Remde) got into some nitty gritty […]