Hello, everybody, I am Kria Raiprakash I am a student and I am writing from Delhi. I am glad to be a part of this forum as since childhood I am passionate about technology and I am here to learn new things and will try to help you all with whatever knowledge I have. I am new to this forum and looking forward to giving a real contribution and hoping to learn new things. Hope this journey would be fun
Hey everyone. Clueless I guess you can call me. I don't really know much about anything in particular, though I have learned just a few small things here and there in different "categories" you could say. I'm not good at all at retaining knowledge these days, so I just get info as much as I can on anything I need/want to. Like coding for example. Mostly Hardware brought me here. Starting to learn, lot's to ask.
Morning Everyone. Joined your group today so I will have another resource to turn to when MS throws another curve to their Win 10 product.
My background is in telecommunications on the network side but have been retired for several years. I can navigate pc's enough to be considered "dangerous" but frankly I get tired of having to do so.
I have a HP Pavilion Elite e9180t running Win 10 Pro, with latest build. Unit is old (09) but has enough horsepower to make me want to hold on to it for awhile longer. Recently I replaced my Raid0 HDD's with a 1Tb SDD so I want to get some more mileage out of it.
We'll drop by from time to time but for now have a great day!
another newbie to this forum
I consider myself to be an interested computer user, with some experience since the 1990s. From time to time, I also do a little programming.
Most of the time, I am busy configuring and repairing computers and networks at home or for friends.
I hope that I can improve my knowledge reading this forum, and perhaps, I might also be able to provide help for other users' problems.
Glad to be part of such a forum. I help others with Microsoft Windows10 but sometimes it is beyond me. We need some real experts who can get down to programming language. Linux may suit most on here much better since the system is open source. I don't use Linux but am determined to get better support from Microsoft's call centre. I find it fighting against the tide at times. The Philippinos of the call centre are very mannerly both on the phone and by text, but they are limited in how to fix a broken startup of Win10.