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Anthony’s Views on Windows 10.

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alargamiento del pene cirugia Windows 10, so what happened to Windows 9?  Who knows, but Microsoft call their latest Operating Systems what they like, just like Apple and also Google, with things like Jelly Bean and Mountain Lion.  Hey ho.

ingrandimento seno naturale Let me set the Scene, Intel 15 Laptop, 4GB Ram 500GB and Intel based Hardware, so Graphics, Network Cards etc (Installtion is going to Windows 10 Enterprise).  Decided to perform a Clean Operating System installation rather than Upgrade from 8.1, due to having 8.1 for some time and good practice.  Well, Installation went very smoothly, Normal Patition questions and off it went.  After the first screens, a new question, do I want to add to add my device to Local Domain or an Azure Domain.  For those who don’t do “IT”, do I want to connect my laptop to a Server or a New Hybrded Server, to which I opted for a Local User.  In essence if I had chosen either of the other options, I would have saved 1 user Profile and about 40 mins of deployment.  After chosen Local user, normal installation proceeded with lots of Updates / Upgrades.  Reinstalled Microsoft Office 365, Sharepoint Links and One Drive for Personnel.  Maxed out my internet connection for 3 hours, oops.

New Start Menu, Looks good with interacitve Tiles (So it tells you what the weather is like outside or where you choose 🙂 )Capture

Now the Question, upgrade or not to upgrade?  In Essence it’s too early to tell, but don’t sit still, make sure that your applications will work within the new operating system.  This also includes your hardware, such as printers, Graphics Audio.  We are hearing rumors that some Anti Virus Companys don’t support it yet, so if they don’t, you know that it is that new.

I will let you know more findings in a few days or if I find something really cool.

Samsung wins Apple MacBook contract, starts spitting out PCIe SSDs

Samsung PCIe SSD XP941

Small-time card-shufflers are toast

bai tap tang kich thuoc cau nho Blocks and Files Ask not for whom the bell tolls, third-party PCIe flash card suppliers, it tolls for thee. It looks like Samsung, Intel/Micron and SanDisk/Toshiba will be the only ones left standing when this whole PCIe flash clash is over.

In the wake of its massive win with a contract to furnish Apple’s upgraded MacBook Air as well as the future MacBook Pros, Samsung has begun mass-producing PCIe SSDs for ultra-thin notebooks.

The product is called the XP941 and comes in three capacity points: 128GB, 256GB and 512GB. Its sequential read performance is 1.4GB/sec, the highest ever, Samsung says, from a PCIe 2.0 interface NAND solid state device, and more than 2.5 times faster, it assures us, than a SATA SSD. zvetseni penisu diskuze El Reg doesn’t know its sequential write performance or its IOPS numbers for random reads and writes.

Here’s a canned quote from Young-Hyun Jun, Samsung Electronics’ EVP for memory sales and marketing: “We have become the first to provide the highest performance PCIe SSD to global PC makers so that they can launch leading-edge ultra-slim notebook PCs this year. Samsung plans to continue timely delivery of the most advanced PCIe SSD solutions with higher density and performance, and support global IT companies.”

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