Re: Experienced tester.
The perks of being a FW engineer (I am aswell) :) Punching an any rule for you Laptop.
12 posts • joined 24 Apr 2018
I beg to differ:
I was young, going through my rebel phase and experimenting, cue Purple Microdots.
Running through a shopping precint aged about 16, crying my eyes out, shaking with feer, I run upto a Security Guard asking him to save me, dont let him eat me, proceeding to then piss myself and all over the floor in full view of everybody out doing some weekend shopping,
Having been in a place I wasnt sure off, on my own, and walking pasted McDonalds, I genuinly though Ham Burglur was going to eat me.
Luckily later experiences went alot better.
I agree, its a perfect time to start afresh and try and keep it clutter free.
I backup the important documents/family photos etc to several places. Encrypted archives on GDrive and iCloud, locally encrypted on a RAID1 NAS array thats unmounted when not backing up, and then on a RAID1 array in the PC.
I havnt lost a file since doing this, I know its not perfect but I leaned the hardware that copying to just another HDD isnt a backup, and even truer when its mounted.
Personally, I went to Win10 as soon as it came out. The PC is used for the kids homework (They where brought up on Windows so it was no change to them), gaming and some IPTV streaming, same on my laptop. (My 15yr old son has a Macbook he can do what he wants on if they are in use) I don't actually get all the fuss
Yes you can say invasion of privacy, data slurp etc but lets face it, there are other bodies who know a lot more about me, and I don't think they really care about my porn habits.
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