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  • Linux it up like 2008 with Wubi, which still exists
    Wubi was Marmite back in the day. With Linux being pitched as an alternative to Windows, people weren't particularly impressed with using Microsoft technology to boot up a virtual Linux installation. Alongside the genuine concern that a power outage would obliterate your Linux setup, Wubi faced a lot of criticism. Wubi installed a full desktop … Read more
  • Use Visual Studio Code in your browser, thanks to Azure
    Yes, the Electron-based Visual Studio Code – an app built in HTML and JavaScript – is not usable in a web browser. What a weird world we live in. You may sitting there in your coffee shop, staring with contempt at your weakling tablet and thinking "boy, I wish I could run Visual Studio Code … Read more
  • Cheap Tat Review – TWS i12 (blue stripe)
    I was happy enough with my red label i12's, but when I saw you could get them in matte black (not an option for Apple ones), I decided to give it a pop. Design Pods & their case Exactly the same as shape as the Apple ones, but a tiny bit smaller. Obviously a completely … Read more
  • Cheap Tat Review – TWS i12 (red stripe)
    I find the concept of wireless apple earbuds really funny. Endless memes of how the cheapo version was to just cut the cord, and a little jump was enough to lose an expensive piece of equipment. My Anker Soundbuds were enough for me, but after seeing the buzz on Reddit over TWS clones, I had … Read more
  • Hackintoshing a Toshiba Satellite Pro L850-1UJ
    While I am a technical person, the Hackintosh community is scores ahead of what I know. The work put in by the awesome community supporting the  movement for macOS/OS X on other machines is incredible. I've watched the progress since I was 11, but never branched into it. Recently, it all changed. My Toshiba pretending … Read more
Linux it up like 2008 with Wubi, which still exists
Wubi was Marmite back in the day. With Linux being pitched as …
Use Visual Studio Code in your browser, thanks to Azure
Yes, the Electron-based Visual Studio Code – an app built in HTML …