Now, you can recover your data from a Windows PC that refuses to boot due to some malware or just a hosed configuration . . . If you have data worth saving . . . this article is worth a read and follow up.
I will be covering these points in more detail at a future meeting – – – no need to pay some local tech shop $150 or so. Once data is retrieved, then a standard Windows install can be initiated.
MakeTechEasier Link to Data Recovery for Frozen PC
When fully developed (in beta now), this will add a lot of benefits for ChromeOS users (Linux + Android).
See here for more info: Softpedia article re Linux on Cromebooks
According to Softpedia, Ubuntu & Win10 play nice on the SurfacePro3 without need for extra work or tweaks.
Here’s more detail from Softpedia:
Softpedia Article re Ubuntu & Win10 Dual Boot . . .
If using an SSD under Win10 . . . this article by “MakeTechEasier” can help to optimize that device.
Makes me think in about 5 or so years the traditional HDD (hard disk drive) will have the same status as “8-Track” audio tapes do today.
(edit 5/2/1848: updated link below)
MTE on SSD’s & Win10
Another choice for an excellent Office Suite . . . Softmaker GmbH. note: available for Macintosh too.
The 1.2 billion number reflects PC gamers. There is another group that mainly or just plays via a gaming console (more folks use the PC than the consoles). The combined total is about 1.8 billion.
This is the main reason Intel decided to get into that market and start challenging Nvidia and AMD.
Link to Gaming Article
Well, it’s about time – – would like to see more competition yet.
While current Intel gpu chipsets do fine with 90% of 3d accelerated graphics, they don’t handle high-end graphics “efficiently” (high-end gaming, extensive media editing, etc.).
Fossbytes Link re New Intel GPU Cards