Windows 10: Is paying for antivirus a waste of money?
Last edited by blutos cousin; 31 Mar 2016 at 01:51.
You forgot the Mini Moog and ARP sythesizers as well. The $90 thousand whatever was for the asking price of something no longer made having been the deluxe analog classic Moog seen there with additional modules thrown in! You won't be seeing many modular forms at this since everything now is compact.
And that's another thing about updated av softwares having been bloated beyond belief and resource demanding in years past as far as the larger more full featured programs went. Since that time however software writers have had to compress down not only in size but on how much it takes for a full featured program to run in the background.
Not to mention the amount of time needed. If you're running a disk imager everyday (or a few times every day) that's pretty much your full day right there
I still read books, magazines, and the local news paper. I still listen to music on vinyl records and tapes. I still have AM & FM radios in my vehicles and house. My motorcycle has two carburetors and runs great. I shave with a double edge razor. I use my push mower more than my rider. In fact I still have a old fashion rotary mower that I use at times. Does this make me old and behind the times?
blutos cousin said:
Not at all and your 100% clear and right on topic on your statement...
I agree with you, a lot of the old gear wont be going out of style anytime soon. I see your point and I am the same way...
I use lots of the old technology today why? it performs better and I like technology that works for me... and I have no problem if everyone likes the new trends and new technology and I respect that, but personally what works for me I always stay put and keep on using it and servicing it if required...
blutos cousin said:
Thank you for your observation and great comments
We will see complete compact systems in 2017 as low as $199.99 these systems will re-write the standards in hardware integration everything will be a sealed type of hardware that is intergraded very compact in the likes of smartphone boards and chips very cheap to produce and no service just throw away or replace if something goes terrible wrong or something gets knocked out within the core hardware aspect and all these material's are 100% recyclable
That makes all sense in a Enterprise setting and for the personal single user regarding over all costs, the vendors just will have to group in extended warrantee and some form of hardware upgrades in the area or life cycles and derations and with this step they can lower or cut their IT budget in half or all together out of their operating costs
Well I guess I'm old fashion I run NIS as I have from the beginning seems that back in 2008 or 2009 the cleaned up the program and I don't notice in running in the back ground and protecting myself and less aware users from ourselves. In 2012 I have added Malwarebytes pro I got free lifetime subscriptions. I don't notice with both running any overhead slow downs. With currently 2 PC 1 all in one and 1 notebook we haven't had any serious malware Virus issues. Seem the last few years I'm finding 5 and 10 users versions for less than $30 a year. So unless something changes this is how were going to roll for the near future.
My wife will get a tablet for her next computer when the All In One dies off. My Galaxy S5 Active is all the tablet I need so keeping a full blown Gaming notebook and 2 PC is how I see my future
Last edited by blutos cousin; 31 Mar 2016 at 23:33.
we would all be posting here from mobiles today ![/QUOTE]
@ blutos cousin,
Awesome statement blutos cousin
Last edited by blutos cousin; 31 Mar 2016 at 14:02.
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