Most importantly, I think software should carefully make use of your hardware, so that your machine isn't slowed down due to bad technical decisions or features that are not needed.
A condemnation of Intel's chip temperatures, and comparing that to Apple's M1 chip... that's what this post is about.
I moved away from MySQL as the primary database store for this website. I'm now a happy SQLite user!
If you still have a hard drive, it doesn't hurt to verify that it is still working properly. Especially if you are hoarding external hard drives!
M1 continues to impress, this time with rendering speeds via REAPER.
If these scenarios apply, you shouldn't get an M1 equipped Mac.
Thoughts on the new M1 Macs and the way forward.
Initial thoughts after Apple's new keynote
So, Apple might end up putting ARM processors in their lineup, eh? Let's see...
It's really important to have proper backups of your system. I have a couple of recommendations for you, whether you're on the Mac or using a PC running Windows.
In this post, I talk about keeping your Windows installation as minimal as possible.
Oh no, I bought a Surface Go! This "cheap" Windows tablet and laptop hybrid is definitely worth a look if you're looking for a cheap computer.