In the last entry of this series, I discussed the true cost of owning a Windows-based computer. Although the one-time upfront fee may sound like a great deal, in order to keep your computer running for years to come, you must invest a large amount of time, money and effort.
In this entry, I would like to discuss an alternative to the Windows operating system: Linux.
This is Part 2 of “The Fear of Using Windows.” Please read Part 1 if you have not already.
There is a lot more to owning and maintaining a PC than just picking one up from the store and plugging it into the wall. I think the overall lifetime cost of a PC should be considered when purchasing new hardware. Continue reading
I’ve harped heavily here before about how Windows doesn’t work well for people who are just starting out with computers. I’d like to go into a bit more detail about thoughts I’ve had recently and give a little background to what I’m talking about.
All of the posts from the Stroz.net blog have now been migrated here to Worthless Genius. I will be shutting down the blog over there, while I work on a new layout and informational pages.
I’ve never done an export/import with WordPress before, but it was completely painless. I’m happy to say that the transition went well, and I look forward to a future of updating only this one blog. Stick around, there’s lots more to come.
I appologize for any broken links or images. If I come across any, I will fix them, but otherwise, past posts will stand as they are.