Whoa! What a keynote it was. It has been quite some time since we saw iOS grow immensely from its previous version – about 9 months ago. Really, has it been only 9 months? Here I was wondering what it was Apple could ever do to improve on the already fantastic iOS. For all intents and purposes, iOS seemed to have hit a plateau. That was until today when iOS 7 was finally revealed to the developers at WWDC and all of us who bothered to watch the keynote speech. Wait till you find out all its news, can you?
Well we can’t. Here are the highlights on iOS 7.
No, I don’t suck at computers. You do, statistically. Those words above are what you should remind yourself when I’m around. I’m the computer expert.
What you should do before calling me to “catch-up”…
Why I’m planning on not having children…
Yeah! I’m lazy and I try shooting multiple targets with one bullet all the time. This time it is three. Achievement unlocked – “Three birds in the hand.” So, let’s get to the elaboration of the three titles, but first a warning. None of it will make sense(it might; but I’ve been told it usually doesn’t, so I’m going with not) at first but all of it will be explained in fragments.
Not many of you know this – and why should you? – but Windows is about to get a whole lot better. Microsoft has done an awesome job, bringing to us a whole new perspective on Windows in its most recent OS – Windows 8. It’s been over 4 months since its release, but it continues to overwhelm me to this date. Updates to this OS has been an almost daily thing with the malware definitions more frequent than the rest, but there is one to come that would begin to change it all. To be honest, I’m fascinated by the weirdest of things. An in-built Windows Defender is what made me decide to upgrade to 8 the minute it was released.
Today was a day like any other – I’m pretty much free to do as I please. Unfortunately, that is the very cause of my boredom. So, I decided to start something new. I’ve listed “software advisory” on my Facebook page, but it wouldn’t be right until I actually started some advising.
[Update: There’s a newer article that will cover both Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 for installation of unsigned drivers, including the directive screenshots.]
Most consumer devices that computer-syncable usually use the USB port for tethering. The devices have their own controllers, that are automatically installed on your PC during the first time it is plugged in. In Windows, they’re called drivers. Each device has different modes of operations on the hardware level, that the software doesn’t need to know the specifics of. All the software does, is command, and your hardware does what it has to; a driver is like an instruction manual for the hardware. As you can probably imagine, I happen to have at least one of every such thing you can speak of – mice, keyboards, printers, flash drives, wireless XBox game controller, phones, tablets, hard drives, and developer electronic stuff.