First of all let me admit that I am from the South! I mention this because, it seems to be something that twists the thought patterns of non-southerners,
You see, once I put on my “Redneck” badge, and stand up to speak, the rest of the world, and especially those raised North of the Mason-Dixon line begin making assumptions about myself and my fellow southerners.
Family mores, religious studies, university lessons and more importantly, the lessons one learns in the varied life of a traveler seem to be thrown out the door as soon as my first; Ya’ll or Aint escapes my mouth.
Who Crashed my PC – Part-2 What do I use my PC for, anyway?
I realized that this was the real question for me if I ended up needing to purchase a new PC. I knew that how I recovered my data was an integral part of the resolution to my larger problem. My real problem was what did I need for the future, not what worked OK in the past
So, I sat back and spent some time reviewing just what I used my PC for, now that I was more involved as a writer, a traveler, and a retiree. Did I keep on down the same road, or did I need to reset my computer use goals?
My decision process is shown in my Blog listed below. Click on it and read about what a retired writer/traveler was doing with his PC.
OK, It happened to me again. My PC crashed on me two weeks ago.
This insanity has to end for me and for the rest of you as honest users of the web.
I am tired of this happening to me every few months and having to go through the tedious process of running anti-virus software, Malware software and other such packages in order to just be a user of the web.
I have decided to write several short blog posts that explain what happened to my PC as well as how and why it happened.
I will also describe just what I have done to make this les likely to happen to me again.