Tech ramblings of the (HR, Day,Week,Month)

Don’t Buy Ryzen Based Laptops (YET)

I love Ryzen, it has brought a kickass product and much needed competition to the CPU space. My main Pc is Ryzen and I basically have only recommended Ryzen for desktops for the past three years. That being said our shop has just run into way to many issues on Ryzen 2000 and 3000 mobile chips. Mostly seems to be bios, power profiles and sleep state related issues. Again all anecdotal evidence but at this point I recommend sticking with intel for laptops.


The Mass Exodus of my contacts from Whatsapp.


I wanted to begin this article by saying that I am attempting to provide this information to many different audiences, as opposed to most of my other articles. Therefore, it ends up being a jack of all trades, master of none. I have tried to explain some basic concepts as well as to provide more in-depth links. Hopefully, you will find this helpful, but, please feel free to ask questions in the comments or via email if you need clarification. Feel free to just jump to the key takeaways section at the bottom.

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Redmi Note 9 Pro (Joyeuse) Modders Guide.


This post is an attempt to be a modders guide for Redmi Note 9 Pro, similar to my LG V20 guide. This time around, I will place each post in order, by date, in an attempt to keep this article organized as I add to it over time.

Redmi Note 9 Pro

I will be splitting the actual Redmi Note 9 Pro review into two separate articles. Start from the top to follow my entire journey, or just scroll to the bottom to see the latest things I am using/recommend.

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Back to the Basics

Backup Basics

The 3-2-1 Rule-The defacto standard of backup.

Backup Basics Guide

If the content is King, then data is Queen! If you want to know how you can protect your data in a more secure way, You’re at the right place. Read about the Backup Basics Guide, one way to protect your data.

There should be three copies of any data you really care about. If it’s critical data, loss of which would cause you to lose business, financial documents, photos etc.

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