Atari VCS Gets Slightly Changed Appearance That Looks More Like Atari 2600

The Atari VCS gets a new look that should look more like the original Atari 2600. The biggest change is a small increase under the console. The console ‘floats’ above the floor, just like the original. According to the manufacturer’s Medium message, the floating effect of the Atari 2600 often emerged in conversations with Atari… Read More »Atari VCS Gets Slightly Changed Appearance That Looks More Like Atari 2600

Here’s Why Windows 10 Pro Is A Dead End For IT

Windows 10 is a dead end for most companies, Gartner analyst Stephen Kleynhans said in an interview with Computerworld last year. “Absolutely a dead end,” he repeats even more firmly after he stated last year with Gartner colleague Michael Server that Windows 10 Pro, the version that was traditionally preinstalled on most business PCs –… Read More »Here’s Why Windows 10 Pro Is A Dead End For IT

“The iPhone 11 will only get updated design, 5G and better navigation indoors in 2020”

2019 will be an intermediate year for the iPhone. Significant improvements will be implemented in 2020, including a new design, 5G and better cameras. “iPhone 2020 design completely renewed, also better cameras” This is claimed by Ming-Chi Kuo, a generally very reliable source. The Apple expert, who advises wealthy clients as an analyst at an… Read More »“The iPhone 11 will only get updated design, 5G and better navigation indoors in 2020”

Software-update: Linux Mint 19.2

I started using Linux on the desktop sometime around the year 2000. I started with Redhat personal edition 6 and from there I encountered and started using Redhat, Mandriva, Debian, Fedora (core), Ubuntu, Arch, Suse, and many others. The problem is that although the basics were usually good, you actually always ran into problems sooner… Read More »Software-update: Linux Mint 19.2

Windows 7 Receives Support Extension Through Virtualization

WVD is now entering the final development phase leading to general availability, Microsoft has announced on Twitter. The company has not made any announcement as to when this first version of the software will be generally available. Testers can already start using it again, which can then be done in virtual machines.