I started this week with two of my three desktop computers sorely needing attention. One needs to have the dust removed, I am sure. It keeps overheating and shutting down. I have used it for some time as a server and is the oldest of the systems. The other system stopped functioning shortly after I installed Windows 8 on it. It's non-functioning may just be coincidence, but i am not really sure at this moment. I have dragged my feet on fixing these systems because I had a fully functioning Laptop, which I use along with my ipad (yes, I have an Apple device!)
Long story short, I now have a NEW laptop with core i7 processor, 8 G of RAM and 2G of graphics memory. The only downside to it is that it came with Windows 8. Microsoft is now testing Windows 8.1 and it is supposed to correct some of the problems and be available in a few months. It is available as a testing system now, but there are sure to be changes before the final release. I am really not up for Beta testing right now. I just need to get my software on my new system and get back to business.
What am I using now? I am doing this on my old, old laptop at the Church Office.
Peace, prosperity and working technology,
"Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one." Albert Einstein
Friday, June 28, 2013
Monday, May 27, 2013
Memorial Day 2013
All my father's sisters and brother predeceased him as did my mother. He died at the age of 100 and I clearly miss him.
Strangely, I have also been remembering people who have been in my life and gone, but are still alive. I am not sure why that is, but I miss them. I don't dwell on missing them but occasionally I do think of them.
Have a great Memorial Day weekend and a great Summer.
Posted by Michelle at 11:36 PM 1 comment:
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Oh well, I have all that stuff so I am good to go, but it seems like a lot of foolishness to me. Just a thought. What will I need next time I renew? Proof of DNA? Life is very interesting. I just have to think of what people who don't have all the documentation in hand must go through.
Shel (or am I someone else?)
Posted by Michelle at 11:07 PM 2 comments:
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