Ubuntu and OpenSUSE have been my top choices of Linux distros over the years.
I am not quite sure why would any one purchase a computer that serves solely as a home server or […]
Windows Server 2008 Beta 3 (build 6001) has been out for a week, and during the weekend I downloaded the […]
One benefit of using a Linux environment is that the whole system back up is extremely easy.
After reading Mary Jo Foley’s article on ZDNet, I thought that I would give OfficeLive a try. Of course, my […]
Nowadays software is becoming more and more complex.
A few days ago, a post by Theo de Raadt analyzed the newly publicized Intel Core 2 bugs. And in […]
Here is a snap shot of my Wireless Network Connection Window at home:
In a post (Hyper-Threading and Dual Core Performance Comparison for Computational Intensive Applications) I wrote at the end of last […]
As most of the transactions nowadays take place online and most work requires access of some kind to information online,
I must have not been paying much attention recently, but apparently, MSN search (Live search) now no longer allows search […]
After I moved to Connecticut, I got my high speed internet from AT&T (SBC Yahoo).
A couple of months ago, I came across an interesting article "Prius Outdoes Hummer in Environmental Damage".
Today, both Windows and Linux systems are robust and secure enough for daily uses.
I have read from many sources that the majority of the websites are running on Linux and UNIX like operating […]