Friday, November 12, 2021

Back once again, the incredible, ROM animal!

Hello Everyone, 

    I apologize for being gone so long but due to the recent COVID-19 events I have had to work many hours in a city that is a 50 minute drive from my house. I will be uploading new videos soon since the workload at work has finally slowed down and I have a semblance of normality, I hope. 


   I am also opening up a website that will be hosting a store so you can get one of your very own Emulator Retro t-shirts, hoodies, socks, mouse pad and desk pads. These mouse pads and desk mats look way killer the way that I have designed them. They even have the slogan on the mouse pads and acrylic and wooden signs. 


    I have already commissioned a company to create an actual neon logo of the new Emulator Retro logo. I am just not sure if I should also change the logo with my face on it, or leave it. I really desire to leave it, only because I will forever be known as "Guy the IT Guy". That will never die, and I in fact plan to have certain measures taken so that slogan is chiseled into my headstone, should I ever die. lol


    I also am now using a Chromebook that I purchased on E-bay for $50 shipped, and I am writing and updating my websites, and I plan to install Windows 11 on it. Speaking of the ever so creeping Windows 11...stay tuned for more about this OS (few paragraphs down). Since I now have an uber portable way to write, this thing is really lightweight. It also is connected to my phone via Bluetooth so I dont get any tethering charges so I can update websites and write out on  my blog all day long. As long as there is data around that is.


    Since I use a Google Fi phone I almost always have service, and even when I do not I can use the Google VPN that is built into the phone and utilizes the Wi-Fi to make and receive calls as well as send and receive texts. Then again, if I can only connect to Wi-Fi then I would just connect my cheapo Chromebook to the Wi-Fi. I call my Chromebook ElCheap-o ,but when it was brand new it was anything but cheap. It retailed for around $255 which is normal for a Chromebook from Dell. 


    Oh yeah, did I not mention that it was a Dell Chromebook. It might not win any races and is only 3 years old, but it is still receiving its Google Chrome Updates until the end of the year. That is when I will convert it to a Windows 11 Chromebook, just to see if I can pull it off. Yes I know Windows 11 requires TPM and Secure Boot but my next video that I am going to drop tonight will show you how you can install Windows 11 on any pc, whether it has TPM/Secure boot or not. Of course what I infer to that, you will just have to wait and see. I will be basically trying to install Windows 11 on anything I can find. If I had a toaster or a refrigerator that had LCD screens on them I would try that.


    I know todays article seems that it is a bit long, but it should give you a good read. At leas I hope so anyway., but I digress. My Dell Chromebook has a black matte finish on the bezel. Lenovo has just released a new model and it is all white with a white bezel and white outer shell and black keys with backlight technology. It even folds over backwards to achieve tablet mode.


So go check out the new site and tell me what you think.
    
    www.emulatoretro.com


And remember.....don't have a good day, have a great day!



Yeah I went there. My name is Guy after all, and I even have a shirt and tie like Ryan Reynolds wears in the movie 'Free Guy'



Catch you guys later.

Back once again, the incredible, ROM animal!

Hello Everyone,       I apologize for being gone so long but due to the recent COVID-19 events I have had to work many hours in a city that ...