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Accidentally Deleting A Post

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Is It Time That I Throw My Old BlackBerry Away?

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Verizon BlackBerry Tour 9630

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Four Ways To Ensure The Longevity Of Your Blog

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Looking At Google+ In A Positive Manner

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How Do Some Bloggers Become Bored?

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Have You Ever Tested Your Abilities?

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Just Pondering Part 812

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Today, I would like to hear which type of computer is right for you.

Now, I know that Windows tested my patience; it all started with Widows Vista and currently, I have Windows 8; which keeps me on my toes; failure to get the appropriate updates will result in the operating system misbehaving, I always have to update my anti-virus and anti-spyware software to make sure that malware does not reek havoc on my computer.

Anyway, if you are dealing with any brand of computer that works with Windows 8, or Windows  8.1, you will have to do what I mentioned above.

At the moment, I still love my Sony VAIO and I wouldn’t dream of parting with it until it kicks the proverbial bucket.

HP on the other hand is quite loyal (and I have been using it every so often to blog); the HP laptop also has Windows 8 installed. HP laptop computers work rather well and I like the idea that you can find out almost anything about it online.

My friend, Sindy, likes using the ASUS brand of laptops (I believe that she also has Windows 8 installed on it). The makers of ASUS have claimed that they tested their Notebooks and Ultrabooks in the most punishing of conditions and in the most exotic of locations (Hmm. Did they test them in The Republic of Trinidad and Tobago? I guess that I would never know for sure until I ask their spokesperson).

I also have deep respect for Dell computers (And, the information about them is also online).

Those who do not want any sort of stress are known to use a Macbook (I don’t blame them, because it is an Apple product — a premium product) But, the only bad thing is: when something goes wrong with it, you will need to have it shipped to the manufacturer.

Recently, I was tempted to try out any brand of laptop that came with the Chrome OS; but unfortunately I was deterred by the fact that I knew very little about it (even though I did some research on it; the reviews were mixed and that sent me back to square one).

The nice thing about Windows is: if I am having an issue with it, I can call a friend over the phone and they could talk me through it; explaining in detail, the correct steps to take in order to alleviate the problem and if that doesn’t work, there is always the neighbourhood computer technician.

The truth is: we would quicker purchase a brand of computer that has a good reputation and we would also use an operating system that we are most comfortable with; which of course, will vary from person to person.

However, it is good to explore numerous options; but if we explore the wrong brand of computer with an operating system that is totally alien to us, our asses are going to be in deep trouble.

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