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  1. Ricki

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  2. Ricki

    Step By Step | How to install kali linux

    Very well put together tutorial, plus a very nice read. Looking forward to more :)
  3. Ricki

    A first look at the NEW Apple Watch Series 4

    I totally agree! I never had a watch before so I can't really say but I have seen the watches. It's just my fingers are to big.
  4. If you've used computers before, you might have developed an operating system (OS) preference. The Mac OS vs Windows debate is one of the oldest in modern technology out, you also have Linux and a few others but I would recoomend sticking to Mac OS or Windows what ever you feel comfortable with using and we're not going to pick sides here. But if you've managed to keep an open mind and are considering a switch, here's a quick rundown of your choices. Windows 10 is the latest version of Microsoft's operating system. Desktops that use it and previous versions of the OS are what most people typically use, so you'll be assured of the best compatibility and widest selection of third-party software. This also applies to browser plug-ins, since some only work with Windows. The current version of Apple's operating system is macOS High Sierra. It's an excellent choice if you're already in an Apple-centric household, since it interfaces seamllessly with devices like iPads and iPhones, with all your iTunes purchases and subscriptions, and lets you receive iMessages on any device connected to your iCloud account.
  5. Why would you want to buy a desktop PC or Mac in 2018? Simply because some computing tasks like mobile devices. laptops, and tablets can't fulfill as well as a decent desktop can. Here's what to consider when deciding on your next desktop PC. Desktop-class CPUs and graphics processors are simply more powerful than their mobile counterparts for the same ammount money if not less. They give you the power to finish whatever task you're working on in less time because of the cores and threads, this is something you should look in to. Your money goes further with desktop components in general, too, so instead of buying a £500 laptop with a competent Intel Core i3 processor (not saying it's bad because with a laptop you have freedom to move it anywhere but it's not as powerful as a desktop, for what you spend, you can buy a £500 desktop with a powerful Intel Core i5 desktop CPU in it and maybe even a separate graphics card.