Test Part 2

by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

June 30, 2013

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Categories: One a Day, Post a Day 2013

In some respects, it seems pointless to write as I have limited access to my pictures until new software arrives. In some respects, this mechanism has served for what I want. My compact, portable thing, that works better than the Gateway. Still have some battery issues that will hopefully be remedied around the 4th of July. But, all in all – a great great purchase.

It’s the exact size I wanted. It is the perfect mix of operating systems that I’ve grown accostomed. The price-point for software is lower than I first thought. Upgrading should prove to be stress fee. I can measure the space I eat up as I eat it up, allowing me to be judicious about what I put when and where.

Some things to come – testing the external hard drive and making necessary corrections to that format to ensure cross-platform use. A new OS that will hopefully get the almost great synchronisity between this and my phone. Getting my 3,000+ pictures off my work computer (the only thing that my phone would sync with this last year) and onto our external hard drive.

Anxiously awaiting tech synchronisity.

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