If you've upgraded from Windows 7 or Windows 8 and you find that a lot of your harddrive space has been used up, don't worry too much as it's not Windows 10 itself that's packed it out.
When you upgrade, Windows keeps a backup copy of your previous OS to allow you to revert back to it if you're not happy with Windows 10 - however this is only valid for up to a month after you upgrade. Now this backup doesn't exactly come in at a small size as you... [read more]
I've finally come into the modern world and upgraded from iOS 7.1.1 (of which I had jailbroke) and I am now running on iOS 8.3. So why the long wait?
Well, I've been a right sucker for having stuff jailbroken as I am from a very open and relaxed enviroment (Android) and don't like being tied to certain things (i.e; App *must* be downloaded via the App Store ONLY, audio recordings from a website cannot be natively saved to the device). I've always enjoyed having the freedom to do other things (I've even gone to the extent of... [read more]
So not only this week have I said goodbye to a 7 year old friend, Google Chrome, but now I have officially said goodbye to a longer - 13 year old - friend, Windows XP.
Yes, I have finally took the jump and moved away from XP, well on my main laptop that is. My computer still happily runs Windows 2000 (NOT Windows ME - don't get confused, one's good one shite) and my other 3 laptops run Windows XP too.
So why did I change? Well I do love XP and without a doubt, it was the best... [read more]
Ok, so as many people will know I am still a happy bunny using Windows XP on my laptop - there are countless reasons for this, mainly the fact it was probably the best operating system to be released from Microsoft's lair. However with XP's support soon to be running out, I think I may have to either stick with XP forever and just find a few "underground" places for future patches (or the so-called Windows XP SP4*) or get slightly with the times and upgrade.
Now, the usual route would be XP -> Vista -> 7 -> 8, however I... [read more]