Reinventing the Operating System
Find that logging on to the computer has become quite mundane and boring? If you've found yourself thinking that, you are certainly far from alone.
Some Fort Lauderdale computer repair experts certainly concur.
Despite the popularity of Windows 7, and the attractive qualities of Snow Leopard, some users are increasingly frustrated with the lack of any major revolutionary ideas in the past three OS updates for both Microsoft and Apple.
Yes, there are things like global search, hi-def support, cool animations and visual effects, but where are the revolutionary ideas that should be popping up.
While our hardware is getting more and more powerful, without question, a growing number of local Fort Lauderdale computer repair technicians believe that the software seems to lag in support for such features.
Operating systems do a pretty good job of the basics, intermediate and advanced, but isn't it time we see better integration between electronic devices?
While some of the ideas in the pipeline are great, it’s clear to see that many of them will be, to say the least, expensive. More importantly, these technologies require much more then a simple computer to operate, experts believe.
Reinventing an OS, while radical, could render many of them useful.
Just as an example, a “Desktop” is a wonderful place and without it most of us wouldn’t have our bearings in our OS. But it limits what we can do in many ways.
Tetrieving a file from a remote computer is one that can involve a lot of pain and headache especially if both systems are operating two different OS’s.
The Fix? Cloud computing!
You may have heard the term, but the necessity of cloud computing is only just now becoming evident. Want to hear more about how big a deal it's becoming?
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