Monday, February 7, 2011
Congrats to the Green Bay Packers, who won the 45th Super Bowl yesterday against the Pittsburgh Steelers, who fought a great game. The Packers had incredible defense and offense for the entire game, keeping the Steelers down by 14 for most of the first half, until the Steelers managed to get a touchdown and make the field goal kick, putting them at 10 before the first half was over. At halftime, The Black Eyed Peas entertained the audience, with surprise guests Slash and Usher partway through. Second half rolled around, and the Steelers pushed through Green Bay's defense, scoring 2 more touchdowns and another field goal, finishing with Green Bay running out the clock and making the final score Steelers 25, Packers 31. Great game to both teams, and congrats to Green Bay for winning where the Lions couldn't. Hope you guys had some great Super Bowl parties(and for those who had school today, lets hope you got some sleep ;) )!
Sunday, February 6, 2011
System32, that one folder in your Windows folder. What's it do? What's it's purpose? System32 is where almost all Windows services and core programs are run from, attributed by many to be a virus. You can experiment with it if you want, just have a Windows disc on-hand in case your computer suddenly doesnt work...
Saturday, February 5, 2011
We're all aware of the main differences of these operating systems, such as Windows being fairly customizable and you can install it on just about any computer you want versus Apple's insistent lock-down on hardware and software. We're also aware that Windows is a "buggy, virus-prone, badly-coded operating system", and Mac is a "revolutionary cutting-edge operating system that never gets infected with viruses", or so the fanboys and girls say. Personally, they both excel to different userbases. Windows is more of a corporate and gamer OS whereas Mac is more of a multimedia and ease-of-use OS. So why do the different fanbases attack each other on a daily basis and neither side "wins" the argument? Good question, though you forgot to save it in Word and mis-coded your Unix script, so good luck fixing that!