I am running Windows 7 since a little while now and I guess it was my talent of finding all of the problems left on my machine at once. But hey, that’s life regarding early adoption of such stuff as I couldn’t wait to test it.
I admit that I am not a fan of Microsoft at all – especially after struggling with Windows Vista. Honestly, I was quite close to threw out all of their software moving to Linux. But then I got a Beta of Windows 7 which was not that bad – In fact, it was better than Vista already.
Today I had one of those typical spam malware in my mailbox, showing that Microsoft Outlook is one of the most widely used mail programs, being attacked all the time: Microsoft Outlook Notification for the email@example.com Support [firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent :Thu 15/10/2009 06:38 To email@example.com Attachment install.zip (12kb) You have (6) New Message from Outlook Microsoft – Please re-configure […]
As I am using Online Backup as a virtual data safe since some time now, it is time to look back and see what it did: The amount of data I am keeping safe is something around 2 GB. Sure, this doesn’t seem to be much but it is only the important stuff I which I cannot get […]
Backup is always one of those beloved topics of system administration as nobody cares, but cries on data loss. This posting shouldn’t rate a method of backup – it should just introduce online backup as a way of doing things.
User support, the daily fight with Users suffering from ESD (as in extreme stupidity disorder) – all that are leaving traces on the admins face. Especially if you think that you got things under control, such users kick in with their creative destruction. Let me tell you a recent example.