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The Week in Tech: An Emerging Twist on Antitrust The New York Times
If regulators and lawmakers are serious, they're going to have to rethink a traditional approach to monopolies.
What Does Your Personal Tech Stack Look Like? 09/18/2019 MediaPost Communications
Do a quick search for “marketing tech stack” and you will see millions of articles dedicated to helping you navigate the landscape of DMPs, CDPs, DSPs and all ...
Staying on Top of Tech’s Changing Story The New York Times
From Washington to London. From the price of avocados to Amazon Prime. Here's how Joseph Plambeck, deputy tech editor, rides herd on how tech is ...
Not just Big Tech: FBI gets personal data from banks and universities, too Mashable
In a not-at-all-shocking revelation, the New York Times reports the FBI has been using secret subpoenas to collect data from more than just big tech companies.
Silicon Valley Goes to Therapy The New York Times
Bummed out by the world and their role in it, tech workers are seeking help — and founding some start-ups along the way.
The Family Minivan as Reporting Tool The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? David Enrich, the finance editor, discussed the tech he's using.
IPhone 11 and 11 Pro Review: Thinking Differently in the Golden Age of Smartphones - The New York Times
IPhone 11 and 11 Pro Review: Thinking Differently in the Golden Age of Smartphones The New York Times
This is not your typical gadget review. That's because it is time to rethink when to upgrade your iPhone.
When Children Use Technology, Let Common Sense Prevail The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Jessica Grose, the editor of NYT Parenting, discussed the tech she's ...
How to Make Workplace Tech More Personal Forbes
Tech may be making us more productive, but it's also driving us apart. Since 1985 — around the time the first personal computers and car phones came out ...
Hong Kong protests: tech war opens up with doxxing of protesters and police The Guardian
Campaigns to expose personal details of those on both sides of protests skyrocket, with nearly 1000 cases being investigated.
The Joys of Being a Late Tech Adopter The New York Times
The best gadget that I bought this year cost less than a week's worth of groceries. After my smartphone, it's my most frequently used piece of tech. It was also ...
New Voice Tech Ties Direct Mail To Personal Assistants 09/18/2019 MediaPost Communications
Direct mail agency Gunderson Direct has developed a voice-activated call to action that allows users to access direct mail offers via Amazon Alexa or Google ...
Visible Strategies Launches Privacy, Personal Tech and Security Column Virtual-Strategy Magazine
Personal privacy is under attack by Apps. Atlanta, GA: Visible Strategies is launching a new column entitled "Privacy, Personal Tech and Security." "Our focus.
Can You Draw This? Of Course You Can The New York Times
Sketching is a form of visual thinking that exercises the mind and body, and it's easy to turn your tablet into a portable art studio.
6 Simple Ways Tech Products have Improved Our Lives Today Tech Times
The importance of technology in our society today cannot be underestimated. From simple daily chores to more complex industrial systems, technology has ...
Does Your Partner Have Access to Your Tech Accounts? Real Simple
Do you trust your partner enough to share your tech accounts with them? This survey shows how soon after dating people share their social media.
Tracing Disinformation With Custom Tools, Burner Phones and Encrypted Apps The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Matthew Rosenberg, who covers political disinformation and is ...
Google: Read my lips. You cannot link up a G Suite account with Nest smart home gizmos - The Register
Google: Read my lips. You cannot link up a G Suite account with Nest smart home gizmos The Register
Nest users are shouting at Google to let them register G Suite accounts to their home assistant and automation devices. We're waiting to hear back from Google, ...
Tech Taking Personal Healthcare by Storm: Stocks in Focus Yahoo Finance
Personal health monitoring market is growing on the back of rising adoption of smart scales, smartwatches, fitness trackers and other monitoring devices. In fact ...
Musk spent $50,000 digging into critic’s personal life Ars Technica
Elon Musk spent more than $50,000 digging into the personal life of British expat and Thai caver Vern Unsworth in summer 2018 in an effort to substantiate the ...
California adopted the country’s first major consumer privacy law. Now, Silicon Valley is trying to rewrite it. - The Washington Post
California adopted the country’s first major consumer privacy law. Now, Silicon Valley is trying to rewrite it. The Washington Post
Adopted last year, the California Consumer Privacy Act grants web users the right to see the personal information that companies collect about them and stop it ...
Friends with benefits: Can Facebook tackle your love life? The Oakland Press
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook is tackling a new frontier: love. Facebook Dating, a matchmaking *service* the company already offers in Brazil, Canada and ...
Personal data technology platform Dataswift raises £1.6m UKTN
Cambridge-based Dataswift has announced it has raised £1.6 million in seed funding. The round was led by IQ Capital, with participation from Pacific & Orient ...
Tech Startup Nebula Genomics Launches Blockchain-Based DNA Sequencing Cointelegraph
Tech startup Nebula Genomics is launching DNA sequencing using blockchain without the need for customers to reveal their personal information.
What's trending in back-to-school tech Vancouver Sun
Price isn't the only factor in choosing a laptop. The computer that's powerful enough for a grade-school book report isn't going to serve someone who has CAD ...
Google to pay $170 million to settle charges it violated kids’ privacy law on YouTube - The Washington Post
Google to pay $170 million to settle charges it violated kids’ privacy law on YouTube The Washington Post
Google will pay $170 million to settle allegations that it illegally collected data about children younger than age 13 who watched toy videos and television shows ...
That time Windows got blindsided by a ball of plasma, 150 million kilometres away The Register
On Call Welcome to On Call, that time of the week when you can luxuriate in the aggravation endured by others, safe in the knowledge it would never happen to ...
Facebook campus death plunge: Cops say man jumped from 4th floor in apparent suicide The Register
A Facebook employee died at the tech giant's Silicon Valley headquarters today in an apparent suicide. According to police, the person jumped from the ...
Apple's looking at you, kid: Fanbois froth over AR patent docs for gaze tracking headset - The Register
Apple's looking at you, kid: Fanbois froth over AR patent docs for gaze tracking headset The Register
The Apple rumour mill churned a perennial favourite back to the surface this week when new patent applications from the company referring to augmented ...
DevOps biz Chef roasted for tech contract with family-separating US immigration, forks up attempt to quash protest - The Register
DevOps biz Chef roasted for tech contract with family-separating US immigration, forks up attempt to quash protest The Register
Exclusive DevOps darling Chef had a nightmare Thursday after it emerged the software biz had inked a deal with US immigration, which sparked protest and a ...
10 'Strong Buy' Tech Stocks to Buy Now Kiplinger's Personal Finance
The tech sector isn't always popular when markets get volatile, but the analysts like these 10 tech stocks to buy, which could hold up if the bull market does.
How to Declutter and Organize Your Personal Tech in a Few Simple Steps The Indian Express
Accessories and data may not take up much physical space, but they contribute to frustration and anxiety. Here are ways to keep e-junk at bay, Marie ...
Tech Meets Health Care, Sometimes Shakily The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Katie Thomas, who covers health and is based in Chicago, ...
I Shared My Phone Number. I Learned I Shouldn’t Have. The New York Times
Our personal tech columnist asked security researchers what they could find out about him from just his cellphone number. Quite a lot, it turns out.
The Tools for Covering Tech Are the Same as in 2009 The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? John Herrman, a reporter for the Styles desk who covers the internet ...
He Took Money From Jeffrey Epstein. Now These Tech Stars Are Defending Him. The Daily Beast
Joi Ito previously apologized for accepting Epstein's money for the MIT Media Lab and his personal tech investments.
When Online Procrastination Is Your Job The New York Times
There's a reason that logging off is very important to Amanda Hess, a critic at large who covers the internet and the culture it creates.
Burner Apps and No Selfies When Reviewing Restaurants The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Tejal Rao, the California restaurant critic based in Los Angeles, ...
How a Longtime Tech Editor Keeps His Tech Use Simple The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Jim Kerstetter, deputy technology editor in San Francisco, discussed ...
‘Fingerprinting’ to Track Us Online Is on the Rise. Here’s What to Do. The New York Times
Advertisers are increasingly turning to an invisible method that pulls together information about your device to pinpoint your identity.
The Sad Truth About Sleep-Tracking Devices and Apps The New York Times
Our personal tech columnist tracked his sleep for two weeks with an Apple Watch and some software. Here's why he concluded it was a pointless exercise.
I Deleted Facebook Last Year. Here’s What Changed (and What Didn’t). The New York Times
Our personal tech columnist didn't lose touch with his true friends — but strange things did occur, including Instagram thinking he was a woman.
Sliding Backward on Tech? There Are Benefits The New York Times
Pamela Paul, editor of The New York Times Book Review, decided to downgrade her tech two years ago. It has worked out, with paper and DVDs instead of the ...
Nearly £1m of EU funding to boost tech skills in UK SMEs ComputerWeekly.com
The government has launched a call for applications for a programme aimed at increasing the level of digital skills in rural communities to enable greater ...
Browsing LinkedIn and Instagram to Put Herself in Readers’ Shoes The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Anna Dubenko, editor of off-platform strategy, discussed the tech ...
My 2019 tech: Here are the computers, gadgets, and accessories I'm using on a personal basis this year — and which ones I'd recommend - Business Insider
My 2019 tech: Here are the computers, gadgets, and accessories I'm using on a personal basis this year — and which ones I'd recommend Business Insider
I review a lot of new tech for Business Insider, like headphones, gadgets and accessories. But reviewing tech isn't the same thing as owning it.
Major Phone Service Providers Agree to Plan to Slow Robocallers The New York Times
Verizon, AT&T, Comcast and nine other phone *service* providers reached a deal with 51 attorneys general across the country to install call-blocking technology.
Outside the U.S., It’s All About WhatsApp The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Adam Satariano, a technology correspondent based in London, ...
The Tech That Was Fixed in 2018 and the Tech That Still Needs Fixing The New York Times
From Facebook to creepy online ads, the worst tech of the year made the internet feel like an unsafe place to hang out. Yet there were some products that were ...
Covering Protests Where There Is a Distrust of Social Media The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Daniel Victor, a reporter in Hong Kong who covers news in Asia and ...
Devices That Will Invade Your Life in 2019 (and What’s Overhyped) The New York Times
A.I. that responds to your voice. Next-generation wireless networks. If this year's biggest consumer technology trends have a familiar ring, there's a reason for ...
Lifting Journalism by Knowing What Readers Are Looking For The New York Times
Claudio E. Cabrera, who specializes in search engine optimization, describes how he keeps track of what's hot in search and how that informs coverage — and ...
A Comprehensive Guide to Taking Your Smartphone Abroad for Cheap The New York Times
For $15 to $40, you can easily take your phone to a foreign country and enjoy access to apps, maps and the web. But it takes a lot of steps, hence this travel ...
What not to buy in July: Personal tech, school supplies and indoor appliances Bankrate.com
Between Fourth-of-July getaways, pool parties or new tech gadgets to enhance your home or personal life, July is a month where you'll find yourself faced with a ...
‘Oversharing’ on Google Calendar, and Making Sure Readers Come Back for More The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Jodi Rudoren, associate managing editor for audience, discussed ...
He Reported on Facebook. Now He Approaches It With Caution. The New York Times
Nick Confessore, an investigative reporter who has written about social media and data privacy, has changed his tech habits after what he has learned.
Collecting Your Thoughts Is Good. Organizing Them Is Even Better. The New York Times
Today's apps, services and hardware make it easy to jot, sketch and save the things that inspire you.
Google’s Duplex Uses A.I. to Mimic Humans (Sometimes) The New York Times
In a free *service*, bots call restaurants and make reservations. The technology is impressive, except for when the caller is actually a person.
For a TV Editor, 500 New Shows a Year Require a Fresh Script The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Jeremy Egner, television editor for The Times, discussed the tech ...
Google Pixel 3A Review: The $400 Smartphone You’ve Been Waiting For The New York Times
The first midrange Pixel is packed with innovations, without a shocking price.
The Must-Have When Reporting on Disasters: A Satellite Phone The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Thomas Fuller, a national correspondent based in San Francisco, ...
Yes, You Can Be an Ethical Tech Consumer. Here’s How. The New York Times
Products that we enjoy continue to create privacy, misinformation and workplace issues. We can do better at getting the industry to do better.
Limiting Your Digital Footprints in a Surveillance State The New York Times
To protect himself and his sources from prying eyes in China, Paul Mozur, a technology reporter in Shanghai, leaves just an “innocent trace” of digital exhaust.
What Is 5G? Here’s What You Need to Know About the New Cellular Network The New York Times
The transition to new fifth-generation networks, known as 5G, will affect how you use smartphones and many other devices. Let's talk about the essentials.
How an App Creates ‘Disturbingly Agile Millennial Thumbs’ The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Isabella Kwai, a correspondent in Sydney, Australia, discussed the ...
Why Play a Music CD? ‘No Ads, No Privacy Terrors, No Algorithms’ The New York Times
Streaming services have revolutionized the discovery of songs, but here's why Ben Sisario, who covers the music industry, still likes to listen to compact discs.
How Updates in iOS 13 and Android Q Will Change Your Smartphone The New York Times
Year after year, Apple and Google announce big upgrades for their smartphone operating systems. That means the software that makes your phone tick is about ...
T-Mobile and Sprint Are Merging. What Does That Mean for You? The New York Times
The combined company could potentially lead to higher prices, improved *service* and faster deployment of 5G network technology.
The Week in Tech: Can You Put a Price on Your Personal Data? The New York Times
New legislation could tell you how much your data is worth. But you might be disappointed by the price tag.
Digital Privacy Is a Big Concern in Europe. For This Reporter, Too. The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Matt Apuzzo, an investigative correspondent in Brussels, discussed ...
Protecting Your Internet Accounts Keeps Getting Easier. Here’s How to Do It. The New York Times
There are many tools for setting up two-factor authentication, a security mechanism that prevents improper access. These four methods are the most compelling.
When the Tools of the Trade Are the Keyboard and Mouse The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Daisuke Wakabayashi, a technology reporter in San Francisco, ...
Facebook Did Not Securely Store Passwords. Here’s What You Need to Know. The New York Times
Facebook said it had found no evidence of abuse and it was not requiring users to change their passwords, but you should do it anyway.
A Favorite Tool While Reporting on Start-Ups: Paper? The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Erin Griffith, a start-ups and venture capital reporter in San Francisco ...
‘The Effects Cannot Be Overstated’: When Tech Invaded Media The New York Times
Jim Rutenberg reflects on the convergence of technology with media, and how that has changed his consumption habits and coverage. (Warning: iPhone ...
This Tech Makes D.I.Y. Key Duplication Easy. Maybe Too Easy. The New York Times
You can now take key duplication into your own hands using kiosks and apps from start-ups. Our columnist explored whether the benefits of this outweigh the ...
Amazon Kindle Oasis Review: Now Is the Perfect Time to Buy an E-Reader The New York Times
In an era of smartphone addiction, a single-purpose device like an e-reader may help you unplug and focus on *content* that will bring you joy.
The Week in Tech: Some Workers Hate Robots. Retraining May Change That. The New York Times
Striking Amazon employees complained about how robots changed their jobs, but the company may help them think differently.
Organizing Your Unwieldy Photo Collection Is Easier Than You Think The New York Times
Do you ever find yourself scrolling madly through your phone's camera roll, looking for that one fabulous vacation shot you're describing to a friend — and you ...
It’s Time to Use Your Imagination With Bluetooth Trackers. We Did. The New York Times
The tiny tags are typically used to find valuables like house keys, but they are far more versatile than that.
From Bubble Memory to Hot Spots and a Fly Rod The New York Times
David E. Sanger, a national security correspondent, recounts his gear from the computers in use when he joined The Times in 1982 to his overloaded backpack ...
What’s Next for Smartphones? Samsung’s New Galaxy Line Offers a Few Answers The New York Times
One of the company's newly unveiled models works with 5G wireless networks. Another folds up like a book.
Where a TV Pro Goes for Video When YouTube Just Won’t Do The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Liz Day, a senior story editor for The Times's new television show, ...
Talking to Taffy Is Low Tech. And Intense. The New York Times
Armed with an Olympus recorder, she's spent time with Gwyneth Paltrow and Bradley Cooper. Here's how Taffy Brodesser-Akner of The New York Times ...
How to Take Music Lessons Whenever (and Wherever) Works for You The New York Times
Playing an instrument can be a rewarding hobby, but if finding the time and a teacher is a challenge, many apps can help get you started.
Get More From Your Letters With Custom Stationery for Print or Pixels The New York Times
Even in today's digital world, notes sent under a formal letterhead can help get the right message across. Here's how to make your own powerful design with just ...
To Cover China, There’s No Substitute for WeChat The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Li Yuan, a technology columnist in Hong Kong, discussed the tech ...
In a Stumble for Apple, a FaceTime Bug Lets iPhone Users Eavesdrop The New York Times
A glitch in the video and audio calling app, which the company says it will fix, can turn the device into one perhaps better suited for espionage.
Hurricanes. Shootings. Fires. Time for an Editor’s Emergency Kit. The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Julie Bloom, a deputy editor for national coverage for The Times, ...
An Arsenal of Skype, Voice Recorders and FOIAs The New York Times
Emily Bazelon, an investigative reporter at The New York Times Magazine, craves easy-to-use tools, whether for interviews, Freedom of Information Act records ...
How to Save on Your Next Apple Purchase The New York Times
Gadgets like Apple's iPhone have become so powerful and durable that you can wait many years before buying a new one. The bad news is that your next ...
A six-figure income isn’t enough to cover this executive's mortgage, support obligations after divorce - Financial Post
A six-figure income isn’t enough to cover this executive's mortgage, support obligations after divorce Financial Post
Situation: Six figure income is not enough to pay debt *service*, child and spousal support. Solution: Refinance the mortgage to reduce costs and keep working to ...
You Can’t Stop Robocalls. You Shouldn’t Have To. The New York Times
Today's solutions for fighting spam and scam calls are ineffective. But the onus should be on the phone companies, not you, to solve this problem.
Capturing What’s Online in China Before It Vanishes The New York Times
It's important to preserve snapshots of China's internet before they vanish without a trace, says Raymond Zhong, a Times tech reporter in Beijing.
You Don’t Have to Be a Journalist to Want to Keep Chats Private The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Kate Conger, a technology reporter for The Times in San Francisco, ...
Uber vs. Lyft: Which Ride-Hailing App Is Better? The New York Times
Uber and Lyft recently made clear that they are in the ride-hailing business for the long haul. Shortly after Lyft went public with plenty of fanfare last month, Uber ...
A Guide to Picking the Right Phone Plan The New York Times
When you prepare to buy a new phone, you should also assess whether it's time for a new wireless plan. Here are some steps to make that process easy.
Germany Is Wary of a Digital World (but Loves Its E-Toothbrushes) The New York Times
How do New York Times journalists use technology in their jobs and in their personal lives? Melissa Eddy, a Berlin correspondent for The Times, discussed the ...
What are personal tech devices in the schools doing for students? Idaho State Journal
Here are some thought-provoking facts based on the 2018-2019 school year recently released by the Idaho State Department of Education:
Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus Review: A $1,000 Smartphone With Compromises The New York Times
After I set up Samsung's new Galaxy S10 Plus phone last week, I showed it to my partner and said with atypical enthusiasm, “Check it out — this phone has the ...
Temporary Fixes to Spyware, Ad-ware, and Virus Infections
So you've got some spyware, ad-ware, or viruses on your system. For whatever reason, you are unable to get ahold of a virus detection & removal program, or a good ad-ware scanner. Maybe this certain infection has disconnected you from the Internet. Such viruses do exist.
Toshiba Wins Hollywood Support for the HD DVD format
What led them to this choice, as all four studios stated separately, is better performance for the price and copyright protection.
Consumer Electronic Information: The Basics of the DLP Projector
Projectors have come a long way in the past few decades. The desktop fossils that were once used to show home movies or classroom filmstrips are a thing of the past. With today's technology, you can now experience a projected movie that emulates a full-blown theater flick, without the time, effort and hassle of standing in line at the local cinema.
How To Become A True CCNA
I've worked my way from the CCNA to the CCIE, and along the way I've conducted job interviews and casual conversations with dozens of CCNAs and CCNA candidates. Believe me, people who "sneak by" the CCNA exam by braindumps, memorization, and never touching a router or switch are QUICKLY found out in job interviews and on the job.
2 PC Annoyances and How To Solve Them!
I have a love-hate relationship with my computer.
How to Save an Image in a SQL Server Database?
Most of the web applications have a lot of images used in it. These images are usually stored in a web server folder and they are accessed by giving the relative path to the file with respect to the root folder of the website. .Net being the platform for distributed application now, ASP.Net can be used to store images that are small to be stored in a database like SQL Server 2000 and later versions. For this purpose the SQL Server database provides a data type called "image" which is used to store images in the database.
iPod - Learn How It Can Solve Everyday Problems
All over the world, people carry with them walkmans and other music devices so that they can play their favorite music as they move around from place to place. The latest thing in the portable music devices field is the iPod, which offers a higher quality of the music being played and one of the most compact design out there.
iPod users get the picture
iPod users start to get the picture and it's turning out to be colorful fun!!
Cisco CCNA Certification: Five Things To Do DURING The Exam
There are plenty of articles out there about how to prepare for the CCNA exam. However, there are also things you can do to increase your chances of success on exam day during the most important part of the entire process -- the time that you're actually taking the test.
Help, I Need a New HDTV! (Part 5 of 5)
Feeling overwhelmed in selecting a new TV? With all the choices these days, you may feel like, "Where do I start?!"
If You are the Only User on Your Windows XP Computer, Do You Think One User Account Is Enough?
I am going to assume that you are running windows xp on your machine, and you are the only user on this machine. That is right, no one else uses your computer except you.
A Lesson in HTML
As the owner of a Country Mall and Top Site List, I have been asked several times about what to put in the sign up form when it asks for the URL or the HTML of a banner or other image. I have people that email me feeling totally lost and have no idea what they mean! Actually, it is very easy once you know WHAT they are talking about and HOW to do what they want you to do.
Tips For Finding Great Deals On Computer Accessories & Supplies
Tip #1. Do a Google search. Don't be to general in your search, type in exactly what your looking for. Try putting the words you type in quotes to narrow the search.
HTML Explained: Part 2
Get started creating web pages using text files and HTML code! This article is a continuation of HTML Explained: Part 1, which gives a general overview of HTML. Here, we're going to get into the nitty gritty of the code itself. Once you see how simple it really is, you should RUN, not walk to the nearest bookstore and grab your own copy of a handy HTML manual. All right, let's begin.
What Exactly are Screensavers? - part I
After reading this good article you will know some important information about screensavers and their history. You will find out how screensavers are different from other applications and what advantages you'll have if you use them. If you have a laptop or a notebook you can also find useful things.
Help, I Need a New HDTV! (Part 2 of 5)
Feeling overwhelmed in selecting a new TV? With all the choices these days, you may feel like, "Where do I start?!"
Dont Let the Internet Overstimulate Your Mind
The Internet is an awesome tool, but be careful and aware that the cloud of over stimulation doesn't invade your mind.
Lightning Season: How to Avoid Data Loss
We have just entered the time of year that most electrical storms occur.
Help, I Need a New HDTV! (Part 1 of 5)
Feeling overwhelmed in selecting a new TV? With all the choices these days, you may feel like, "Where do I start?!"
How To Have Two (Multiple) Copies Of Windows
Having two operating systems is not as difficult as many of us consider. It just requires little hard work and some good equipment. By equipments I mean good hard disk space and good RAM sometimes, depending upon which operating systems you are going to install.
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