Just a quick thanks!

Good day to all our readers!

I have noticed that traffic has picked up quite allot on our new site! Thank you to all who have been visiting us, I hope to see more of you coming along soon too!

http://blog.lpfsystems.com/

See you soon!

Kenny

Notice

Good day all!!

I have seen that many of our regular visitors are still visiting this page instead of our new one – please feel free to take a look at our new site. I am personally working on the site and content, making sure that it is as easy as ever to navigate through.

Did I mention our new look? Pay us a visit, I am sure you would be impressed!

http://blog.lpfsystems.com/

See you all soon!

Windows vs Linux – 10 Key Differences

You know there is always this clash between the Windows and Linux communities. I have personally experienced the clashes with old classmates and current colleagues, it drives me insane! So what is it that everyone is missing? The fact that one is not better than the other, they just differ. Linux may perform better than Windows in certain environments and vice versa. Now here’s where I throw a spanner in the gears – Mac may outperform both Windows and Linux in some cases! But enough rambling, what are the differences between Windows and Linux? Read the rest of this entry »

Virtual PC’s – Where Should My Anti-Virus Be?

Let’s for a moment visualize a virtualized desktop environment. An operating system offering a type 2 hypervisor is acting as the primary operating system in a desktop virtualization implementation. This could be Linux sporting Xen or KVM. It could be Windows running something like Parallels or Virtual PC. It could be Mac OS running Fusion or Parallels. One person could be using the resources of all of these virtual machines or it could be an environment for a workgroup. The key question is where should the anti-virus software run and why? Read the rest of this entry »

Revive Your That Old Server Lump

Ok so we came across this interesting article on the net – What to do with unused servers. Now it is actually pretty cool if you think about it, in theory your old server should still be licensed and unless it came from the days of crank starting your machines, it should still be in running condition. Here’s what you can do with it… Read the rest of this entry »