Makes me think about about how 'modern' things aren't built to last anymore.
11 posts • joined 12 Sep 2018
I would imagine that bringing in more tech to the NHS will provide another few reasons for 'doing it tomorrow'. I've recently seen Office 365 being inflicted on all staff in an organisation and the fallout was notable amongst those not wanting to be re-trained in various IT skills.
I've been hobbying with Lubuntu, new update out on Thursday.
Runs on a 7 year old Tosh laptop Equium. Plug anything in, it works after a driver patch. Regular Kernel updates. Chrom(e)ium and Firefox. All the essentials there and Office 365 when needing reminding of Microshaft.
Put the stamps and coins away for a while and try Linuxing :o)
This sounds familiar, along with Composed sent emails remaining in Drafts for days, all sorts of nightmarish things of a 365 type. Made me smile that one time Protonmail was being DDOS hammered all day by the Russians and still it allowed logins, sent some stuff and didn't lose anything coming in. Maybe they should compare notes?
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