Category Archives: Operating Systems

Will I Buy a Chromebook?

A user on Lockergnome.net asked this question, so I thought I’d answer it on the SpecialTech blog. The question was “Have you guys heard about chromebook. If you did will you get it?” And he provided this link to a … Continue reading

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Chromium Notebook: My Views

Google has finally announced the release of their Chromium Notebook. This is a laptop with the Chrome operating system freshly installed and ready to go. It’s set to release June 15th and here’s some look at how this laptop will … Continue reading

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The Eternal Argument: Which Windows Is Better? The Outside Part 1

The Shell of an operating system is the part of the operating system that you can see.  An example of this would be a new window (or frame for you technical people) that you open, a folder that appears on … Continue reading

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The Eternal Argument: Which Windows Is Better? Under The Hood Part 2

The kernel.  Arguably the most important part of an operating system, this is the part that handles data transfers and information input output.  Continuing from the last post in this mini series, which operating system has the best kernel: Windows … Continue reading

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The Eternal Argument: Which Windows Is Better? Under The Hood Part 1

Ah, the eternal argument: which Windows operating system is better?  As far as most of us can remember, everyone has said that Vista is by far the worst but XP is the best.  But then a new player came into … Continue reading

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