On the whole, we’d agree that tech has made life better. Using technology, you can connect with people, anywhere in the world. It’s also made things a lot cheaper for small businesses that can now be set up from home with minimum trouble. The list of advantages goes on and on, but there are some things about tech that drive us demented.
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow...But Still here?
Easily one of the most annoying things about tech is deleting files. We’ve all had that moment where we’ve accidentally deleted a file and found we can’t get it back. That would be bad enough, but a quick search online will tell you no information is ever completely erased from a computer, so what’s the deal? Well, you can get files that have been deleted back, but you need to know where they are, how to access them and how to do it without destroying your hard drive. It’s not easy, and you usually need a tech whiz to help out.
Holding On Forever
On average people replace tech every couple of years. It’s necessary to do this. Just think about how silly you’d look wandering around with an iPhone 4. But the problem is that once we move onto the new tech, we can’t always part ways with the old gear. Instead, it clutters our homes and our lives. The good news is that if you’re brave, you can recycle your tech easily. You can find out below how to do this.
Now that we’re well and truly enjoying the spring weather, it’s time to start thinking about the long, hot summer that’s just around the corner. While you may still be waiting for the times when the weekends become an endless round of days at the beach and garden parties, now’s the chance to get some summer preparation done. Read more
There are over 1.2 billion people worldwide who spend over an hour every day, on average, playing video games. The negative impacts of video games have been debated for over 20 years but the recent researches are pretty interesting. Read more
The Canton de Valais, one of the 26 zones of Switzerland, is in the heart of the Alps—home of the Matterhorn (4478 m/14691.6 ft.)- - and is the place raclette is said to have begun. It lies in the southwestern corner of Switzerland, surrounding France and Italy. Read more