April 2019

Widows 10 Myth 04 – Windows 10 ver 1903 is now available for MSDN before released to General Public

21st April, 2019|Categories: Windows 10|

I will not touch with the new features of this update as it's already available on the net, such as. WINDOWS 10 VERSION 1903, MAY 2019 UPDATE: ALL THE NEW FEATURES AND CHANGES I have downloaded both 64 bits version and 32 bits version of MSDN (Microsoft Developer Network) release for this version. Size of [...]

Windows 10 Myth 03 – Fail to fix Start Up problem

20th April, 2019|Categories: Windows 10|

1. This is how story begins "Windows 10 fails to start up" A morning of birthday, a young girl finds a present on her room desk - state of art modern laptop running on Windows 10 given by her parents. She is so excited and starts using the laptop - opens up entire world of [...]

March 2019

Windows 10 Myth 02 – Beware a trap of old PCI card

9th March, 2019|Categories: Windows 10|Tags: , |

Once upon a time, a boy got the best present in the world called "Computer". It made his dream come true connecting the outside world pushing his knowledge of boundary far beyond. But it was a little old computer almost left behind by the evolution of the "Operating System Giant". Luckily, the boy was given [...]

February 2019

Apple Myth 08 – Upgrading your old Mac computer

10th February, 2019|Categories: Apple|

The more I deal with Mac computer repairs, I notice many Mac users tend to stay on with the initial OSX installed on the Mac when purchased. As the matter of fact, there are still many Mac lovers use OSX 10.6 - Snow Leopard released in June, 2009. But eventually, those old OSX users face [...]

January 2019

Apple Myth 07 – Mac GUI Disk Utility cannot erase all the Windows formatted disk with GUID Partition Table Scheme

15th January, 2019|Categories: Apple|

If you are a power user for both Mac and Windows base PC, you maybe tempted to use previously running Windows base system disk for your Mac system disk saving some cost.  But, please be aware, Mac GUI Disk Utility cannot erase (wipe clean as raw disk) all the Windows formatted disk. Typically, this happens with [...]

Apple Myth 06 – macOS Mojave and APFS

7th January, 2019|Categories: Apple|

I. It appears Apple is very much determined to push their new APFS (Apple File System) when you install the latest macOS Mojave. Requirement of Mojave installation is that the system disk must be at least Mac OS Extended (Journaled) - GUID Partition Table disk. However, this Mac OS Extended (Jornaled) disk will be converted [...]

November 2018

Windows 10 Myth 01 – Twice a year big update

21st November, 2018|Categories: Windows 10|

When software giant Microsoft offered Windows 10 free upgrade in July, 2015 for all Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 users, many of us were excited as previous operating system retail package was not cheap at all. But we did not know the fine prints what Microsoft offered at that time in details. Windows 10 end [...]

October 2018

July 2018

Computer Repair Series 03 – Is it worth repairing an old Mac computer?

25th July, 2018|Categories: Apple, Computer Repair|Tags: |

My answer: Yes, it’s worth repairing or upgrade internal parts of an old Mac computer. Reasons: Mac computers are generally much more expensive than PC computers, but they tend to last longer. macOS and hardware is coming from the same manufacturer (Apple) and generally they run much faster than PC computers considering they use relatively [...]

June 2018

Apple Myth 04 – Apple File System known as APFS

26th June, 2018|Categories: Apple|Tags: |

Ordinary Mac users would not much care about what sort of file system Mac uses inside of internal/external storage device.  However, it becomes very important when you decide to upgrade Mac computer operating system (macOS) to the latest High Sierra. If you require Mac computer internal storage upgrade service (Sydney CBD, Sydney North Shore – [...]

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