I bought a new computer this past week and it came with Microsoft Windows 10 Professional. This is the first time I have used Windows at home on a regular basis in quite some time. Like anything, there is a learning curve that goes along with it. I am getting to know it and there are some things I like and others I don’t. For over 10 years I used one Linux distro or another and have enjoyed it. But it’s OK to try something different, something old and familiar with some new polish. isn’t it?
Almost everyone uses Microsoft’s or Apple’s operating system to power their machines so this is as much a social experiment as anything. This new system I have is the most powerful machine I have owned and yes I am going to stick to using Windows 10 so I can be more fluent in it. As a matter of fact, I am writing this post on the native Edge web browser.
Let’s see what happens. It’s going to be an adventure to be sure.
I’m glad it’s Friday but today seems a little freaky. Maybe with national and world events keeping many on edge it’s understandable. From impeachment to Brexit to the virus in China a lot of stuff is going on at the moment.
I suppose we need to be as resolute and do our parts to be kind and inspire some courage. Fear not good people. Grace and peace and love. Make it a good last day of January.
As always keep on blogging my good people.
Today is the day that the United Kingdom leaves the European Union. Its a move that will impact all of Europe I predict. I am hoping all my friends from Britain will have the future they are seeking whatever that may look like. May this time of transition be one that does not disrupt the lives of people. It will be interesting to see how all of this plays out.
I am a bit socially awkward in person or at least I think I am. When you wear your heart on your sleeve it can be like that. As of late, I am more reserved and not so extroverted. Sometimes I find myself just hanging out and laying low. It’s bad to feel alone in a crowd but it happens to the best of us. Not everyone is a social butterfly and that is OK. To me the smaller the group the better. Geeks like me have a skillset and knowledge base that everyone doesn’t quite get. No matter what my goal is to be myself.
Happy birthday to my grandfather who is celebrating his 94th today. Love you a bushel and a peck and a hug around the neck.
(Please do not reblog, thanks)