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Should I buy? Well there's a question. In this topic we're not going to say yes or no directly. But we will give you enough information that you can make your own decision on whether you should buy or subscribe to something. Our Should I Buy section is always influenced by our own use of the products or services we're looking at and come with hands on experience
It would come as no surprise to many who look at this website that I love my Surface Pro collection. Now, at the minute I only have some Surface Pro 3's and Surface Pro 4's - so I can't really help much with any of the newer ones. I used to be a Mac person though. The Surface Pro range brought me back to Windows. Then the Surface-Linux team also got me into running Linux on the Surface range, because, well, Windows 10 is pretty decent but I am concerned about the level of telemetry that goes back to Microsoft. So in this category you'll find all sorts of things relating to Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4
Web hosting is a hot topic and has been for some time. And since we run a (number of) websites, we know a thing or two about different hosting providers. It's fair to say though, we haven't used ALL of the web hosting providers out there and unless we've actually used a provider there's little chance of us writing about them. But aside from web hosting providers, this topic will also go through other aspects of web hosting such as technologies to help host your website, control panels to ease your administration headaches (or create more for you) and things such as backups, and anything else relating to web hosting information
Windows 10 - the only decent version of Microsoft Windows since Windows NT. OK, maybe not the only one. But still, Windows 10 is a good version of Windows and has been around for a long time. But it's not without its foibles and this topic will look at the different issues you might encounter with your Windows 10 operating system and how to fix them. Or it might review a Windows 10 application to give you a better idea on whether that software is right for you.
WSL, the Windows Subsystem for Linux which perhaps should be called the Linux subsystem for Windows really, since it's Linux running within Windows - but semantics... This topic looks at all sorts of aspects of WSL and WSL2 including running GUI apps on WSL (something that will soon be able to be done natively) as well as VPNs for WSL use and why you might want one. If it involves WSL you can probably find it in this topic