How to use Win32 Disk Imager
7th January 2016 - Duncan McClean
Recently, I have been looking at Imaging OS Systems on my Raspberry Pi. Whilst I was looking, I found Win32 Disk Imager, a program I found to be really useful for imaging ISO’s. The project that can be downloaded here, features a really nice and intuitive user interface to make… Read More
Free Alternative to Adobe’s Photoshop
13th December 2015 - Duncan McClean
Now if you are like me you probably want to be able to edit your pictures and the first thing we think of is Photoshop as the brand of photo-editing. Just like when you think of a vacuum cleaner you think of a Hoover. Well as Photoshop costs more than… Read More
The power of a credit card sized Linux based computer
12th October 2015 - Duncan McClean
The Raspberry Pi is a small credit card sized computer that runs a distribution of the open-source Linux operating system. Since August, I have had a Raspberry Pi computer. And I have started using the device and I am going to tell you about what I think about it. Personally, I… Read More
Office 2016 – Is it worth upgrading?
25th September 2015 - Duncan McClean
I can’t see any noticeable changes from the previous version of Office. Although, Microsoft is hoping that the update is a difference. One of the things that I saw in a Microsoft video on their YouTube channel is that they actually have added collaborating within the Office Client. Before, the… Read More
Windows 10 is Coming Today! Are you ready for the upgrade?
29th July 2015 - Duncan McClean
The new version of Windows 10 is out today! The upgrade includes many new features to the OS by Microsoft. Release Details All the release information that you need is in the above video. Revamped Start Menu Windows have done well whilst revamping their Start Menu from Windows… Read More