First mobile phones, tablets… Do you remember?

By | 17/11/2016

Hello, this is the first story from me – Raynor. Be little nostalgic, let’s remember old, monochromatic mobile phones, PDAs and other old mobile devices. Times, when SMS were used over e-mails, because of availability of Internet connection or even computers itself. If you were born at 1991 as me or earlier, you may know it. Today we… Read More »

Twitter will no longer compress uploaded photos, if few conditions are met

By | 14/12/2019

We are uploading many photos on social networks. And because service providers want to save money on server costs, services are compressing uploaded photos and other multimedia files, mostly videos. This is something what professional photographers hate. If you are one of them and you are publishing your photos on social networks, like Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, you… Read More »

iMac Pro and Apple’s Pro Display XDR?

By | 13/12/2019

With new modular Mac Pro, Apple also released brand-new display. In the past, Apple was selling its own display, like Cinema Display or Thunderbolt Display, but sales were ended before years. The new Apple display is called “Pro Display XDR”. It’s hi-end 6K display designed mostly for 2019 Mac Pro. As for tech specification, it’s relatively cheap monitor… Read More »

Still on Windows 7? Time to move

By | 12/12/2019

Windows 7 is still popular. One of the reason are bugs in Windows 10. Forced updates, that may break your PC or reset your settings or replace drivers are big issue. Also there was a bug which caused to remove your files from OneDrive if few conditions were met. Also, looking at “installing 13 of 37 updates” when… Read More »

Use strong passwords, Microsoft warns

By | 09/12/2019

Some users can’t learn from their own mistakes. Many users are using weak passwords and passcodes, often using common words or passwords like “12345” or year of birth as 4-numbered passcode on their mobile phone. Microsoft checked more than 3 000 000 000 leached login credentials from various sources, like public leaked databases or databases from criminal acts.… Read More »

New modular Mac Pro orders start on December 10

By | 08/12/2019

Mac Pro is here soon! Long-awaited workstation from Apple is, unlike any other Mac, fully modular computer. Yea, Mac hardware is chosen by Apple and Apple writes its operating system directly for hardware. Because Apple has control over both hardware and software, it can create almost perfect system without worries about hardware compatibility. But there are still users,… Read More »

“Hacking” notification sounds in macOS – macOS Catalina limitations

By | 07/12/2019

I have written a guide how to “hack” notifications’ sounds HERE. For full reference, please read that article before continuing, if you haven’t already do so. “Thanks” to macOS Catalina limitations, you can no longer apply guide called “Cause 2: system sounds:”. It’s because macOS Catalina creates two partitions, one for system data and one for user data.… Read More »

Our beloved Notepad pulled from Microsoft Store

By | 06/12/2019

As we informed HERE, Microsoft decided to distribute Notepad via Microsoft Store, outside of Windows 10 releases. It made sense, Notepad could be updated outside Windows 10’s release cycles and Microsoft could deal with bugs more swiftly. In August 2019, Microsoft described Notepad as “well-loved text editor in Windows for over 30 years”. But now, company pulled Notepad… Read More »

Smart TV or set-top box?

By | 05/12/2019

World is changing. From linear TVs and renting movies on DVD, we moved to Internet, where we can easily download movie. We no longer buy physical mediums with music, we have streaming services like Spotify or Apple Music. We have YouTube and other video platforms. TV as main source of informations only remains in older or conservative population.… Read More »