The Post PC EraWindows
This is what may happen if you try to install the Microsoft Windows 10 Technical Preview on a 4 year old Fujitsu Siemens PC which fan isn't strong enough to bring out the processor's heat generated by heavy actions of the installer.It needed some creativity
to build up this workaround and believe me, the UX is quite poor. It's strongly recommended to use earplugs or high-quality, full-sized headphones connected to an iPhone to at least some positive moments a day.*iOS
I don't have an image showing you the installation of iOS 8.3 on my 4 year old iPhone 4S and my iPad 3. Nothing happened except an update of the previous OS version. It was the same procedure than updating from iOS 5 to 6 to 7 to 8. It needed some creativity
to find out the right apps which are powerful and developed by reliable companies taking care of upcoming new versions of iOS.Working in the office
When I go to the office it’s the way to work with hardware I work with since decades. The first IBM PC was released in 1981 and a bit later it got Windows and a mouse. Since that time there were basically no changes regarding this configuration, nothing what you would call innovative. The machine with its peripherals was just for doing the things you have to do.Did the machine ever motivate you to do new things which would have a strong impact on your life?
Not for me because I never used a computer at home because even there a work desk would be needed followed by immobility.
Admittedly there are many special tasks where a computer is still required but with some creativity you are able to do many tasks with alternative techniques and learn about new techniques for organizing your life.
Nobody would use a 40t truck to buy a bottle of milk and nobody would try to transport 20 pupils to school with a Smart. So it’s no rigorous YES or NO to a PC or a tablet. Use the device it’s dedicated for at the right time and in the right place. And that’s definitely not a PC for brainstorming in a coffee shop and it’s not a tablet for doing the relevant tasks in the office. Like in all other parts of our life we are targeted to use a device which fits best for a task.For me personally it's the iPad which always runs without an additional cooling equipment and a titanic knowledge base which is indispensable to keep your Windows based device on the track.To the guys in Redmond
Do not misunderstand me. I know what you've done for me. I earned my living with Windows machines for more than 3 decades. But the time comes when the saying Enough is Enough
comes to reality. We need changes to stay alive.
More about my decision to move away from computers for private use ...http://iNotes4You.com/2013/12/21/the-post-pc-eraThanks for dropping by.