Over the past 18 months, a new browser has been entering the PC market and getting a lot of attention for it’s innovative features.
It’s called “Vivaldi” and is a product of the original Opera development team along with new team members from the Chromium project.
Continue reading “Excellent New Browser – Vivaldi”
A few days ago, I bought a couple items at Office Depot . . . for the first time ever, at the check-out area there were two employees handing out flyers and (softly) promoting their PC Repair Service. Ironically, I read this article today online, and thought I’d share here:
Office Dep. Repair Svc
Seems familiar somehow . . .
Here it is . . . finally:
At Sump Papillion Library . . actual meeting starts about 0915-0920.
Continue reading “OTC Meeting Agenda . . 12 Nov 2016”
If you’re running WOT in Firefox or Chrome/Chromium, be aware there are issues with this plugin:
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I’ve have Solus-Budgie installed on my SanDisk USB SSD . . . system runs fast and stable. Easy for newbies (a simple, elegant desktop).
Continue reading “Newest Ubuntu Flavor . .”
Runs any version of the “Buntu” family (Ubuntu, Xubuntu, Edubuntu, Elementary OS, etc.).
Just use your late-model LED TV (with hdmi port/cable), add a case, wireless keyboard/touchpad combo, nano usb wireless dongle and you’ve got a functioning “new PC” for less than $75.
Continue reading “Orange-Pi – Single Board PC ($20)”