Its been a while since I wrote a distro review on Openbytes and its also been a while since I visited Peppermint developments. To this day I still have a Netbook (Acer) which many years ago I installed Peppermint on and whilst in the days of tablets and just about every device in your house […]Read More Peppermint 4 – An OS for everyone? & The Probem of Linux Advocacy
Having a paid extension on my Google Drive capacity (100gb) cloud storage is something which I am increasingly coming to rely on in the days where I am not limited to one particular form factor for my productivity. Unlike many users, my use of Google Drive is a little more than merely family photographs/video and is also […]Read More Google Drive – Down, but not out (for some)
Press release received from the Peppermint dev team. Due to a shortage of time (and a desire to get this news out) here is the release in full. Peppermint Ice will be discussed/reviewed in depth next week: Peppermint Ice: Faster, Lighter and Aiming for the Clouds Asheville, NC, USA July 18, 2010 Just three short months ago […]Read More Peppermint Ice – Press Release!
Regular readers here will remember the Peppermint One review I covered recently. I was very impressed and the project has had me re-evaluating my views (and usage of Cloud based apps) The feedback I have had from users Ive spoken to around the net is very good and a combination of a lightweight Ubuntu derived […]Read More Peppermint Team – Q&A with OpenBytes
Vulnerability in Internet Explorer Could Allow Remote Code Execution ….An attacker who successfully exploited this vulnerability could gain the same user rights as the local user. Taken from the Microsoft Security Advisory posted on 23rd November 2009. We are beginning (IMO) a new era of computing, the once merely discussed computing in the cloud is […]Read More Why fear the cloud? Microsoft patches more Windows exploits.