Crystal ball gazing is really for the foolish but we still can’t resist it. In that spirit I’m going to take a punt on what 2016 holds for us, safe in the knowledge that a record of any wild notions I had will always be around to taunt me.
This is an easy one but there are still many of us who just don’t trust what’s on offer. While online backup is in more common usage, the Amazon debacle of a few years ago is a reminder that it has a way to go yet. Nevertheless I expect the cloud to make much greater progress in 2016 and to hopefully learn that technology for its own sake leads to no solutions. Cloud technology is just one of many tools that we use to serve us.
Having been exposed to a number of thin client devices in 2015 I believe that there is now scope for them to move into the business market and take advantage of virtualisation technology. Given the limited range of tasks that most business IT actually performs, returning to the good old days of mainframes – these days known as servers, and a modern version of the dumb terminal is likely to gather pace in the coming months. Aside from the energy cost savings, improvements in reliability and minimising the nightmare of software upgrades, the idea of being forced to continually upgrade is not a model many of us would choose to follow in these difficult times.
Increased Social Media Usage
In simple terms this is really Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Sorting out my own Facebook page is a resolution for 2017. While both media have their downside in being very, very noisy and full of completely irrelevant rubbish, their success in bringing us …
If you have an up to date computer that runs Windows 10, you should already be getting good speed and performance. There are, however, some issues that can truly slow down your computer without you being aware of them. When you look through your desktop and settings you will find lots of ways to increase the speed of your computer. You are going to enjoy much better performance from Windows 10 when you use the tips that we are going to share with you in this article.
Your computer will boot up faster if you disable certain features, such as sounds that you hear when booting up. You can adjust your sound settings to eliminate such unnecessary sounds. This won’t affect audio when you play videos or visit websites with audio, it will only disable the Windows-related sounds such as you hear when starting your computer or when clicking on or closing applications. Search indexing is something else you can disable to improve performance, unless you feel like you’d miss this feature for some reason. To find this, just go to the search box and type in “index” and you’ll see the indexing options control panel. Among the many features that you might consider shutting off for faster performance is Active Desktop. When Active Desktop is working, it shows you selected web pages before you even launch your web browser. You have to ask yourself if you’d rather have this capability or have your computer run faster. It really comes down to being able to view a web page a few seconds sooner than you ordinarily could. There are other ways to bring up sites rapidly -make one your home page, bookmark any others. Colors use up RAM on your computer, so if you want Windows 10 to run faster, …