Well recently my posts have been about computers and technology, and this one is no different, I’ve mainly been playing around with hardware and tech stuff recently so I thought I’d get a trend going. Over time of using Windows XP I’ve slowly started to really hate the Windows XP Theme you know the theme where you have a big blue task bar with a green start button, since Windows 95 the taskbar really hasn’t changed much but I’ve always thought it was fine as it is, so why fix something which is not broken, but recently I’ve gone back to the classic theme of windows that you would find as default in Windows 95, 98 or 2000.
Yesterday my laptop cooling stand I ordered was delivered by the lovely mail man, and I was eager to get it open and test it out. Like many of the computer owners out there I own a laptop and unlike others I make sure my laptop has the latest updates and hardware drivers etc rather than not really use it and let it get out dated. So I do work on it and sometimes run intense applications like Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver. But as us Laptop owners know, they get very hot, and the possibility of your Laptop over heating gets more and more probable as your laptop gets hotter especially as the temperature in the UK is starting to creep up.
Workspaces are very important. Everyone needs a private place to do there work whether it be, school work, office work or general work. Since computers, work has got every so easier to do. What with software like Microsoft Office a person is able to create word processor documents, powerpoint presentations, charts and graphs on spreadsheets and lots more with little effort. So we have the software to do this, but what about the hardware? Again we do have the hardware, but when it comes to computers a computer screen comes in different sizes and screen resolutions. This is where a persons workspace can differ as there are many setups, but which one do you have?