windows-10

Ten Operating Systems that are way better than Windows 10

If you are anything like me, then you were convinced to upgrade (in my case just one of my computers) to Windows 10 from either Windows 7 or 8. You tried it and realized that it really sucks. So now you may be looking for another operating system to replace the bloated, spyware laden, advertisement drive, slow, weak, and ugly looking windows 10 that currently pollutes and weighs down your machine. If that is the case then check out a quick list of ten operating systems that are way better than Windows 10. These are presented in no particular order, and there are surely many more than just 10 operating systems that are better than windows 10 but this is just a quick list of alternatives for you to consider.

So, here goes the list:

Windows 7

windows7


Windows 7 was great when it first came out and it still is great in my opinion, in fact I still think that it is the ‘Best Windows Ever’. And it is still actively supported by Microsoft until at least 2020, which is coming up pretty quickly but that’s at least three more years of ‘Active Support’ left in it. Windows 7 still functions and looks better than Windows 8 or 10, in my opinion. So if you agree just revert back to Windows 7, and in the meantime, maybe Microsoft will work all the bugs and crap out of Windows 10. You can still download Windows 7 from Microsoft here: microsoft.com.

Ubuntu

Ubuntu Linux OS


Linux may seem a little intimidating to anyone switching from Windows at first, but after a little use it will become clear why Linux is such a popular choice for operating systems. It is very secure and stable, although it can have a tough learning curve. But if you are willing to learn something new it will be very rewarding. And if your are considering making the switch from Windows to Linux, Ubuntu is a great choice and a great starting place. For one thing it is very simple to learn and use, like windows. Also you can ‘try it’ on your computer (or any computer with a dvd/cd drive or usb port (if you have a usb thumbdrive your willing to format to try it), before you decide to install it. For more information about trying and/or using Ubuntu, visit: Ubuntu.com.

Mint Linux

Mint Linux OS


Linux Mint is another great choice for x-windows users, because it is based in part off of Ubuntu. However, it just looks better, in my opinion, but its basically the same ‘under the hood’. Linux Mint comes with a variety of ‘desktops’, such as KDE, Gnome, Mate, Cinnamon, and XFCE (check out my previous post to see a review of linux mint with the XFCE desktop), and each of these is fully customizable, meaning you can make Linux Mint look just about anyway that you would like. And like Ubuntu, Linux Mint has a solid support community behind it that can help with any trouble you may run into while installing or running it. You can also try it out before installing it, just like Ubuntu. You can download and/or learn more about Linux Mint at: linuxmint.com.

OSX (Any newer version)

OSX OS


Apples Macintosh OSX operating system has been around a long time now, and it is based on the ‘unix-like’ BSD operating system, which is very similar to Linux. OSX is proven to be secure and stable, at least much more than Windows. One downside to OSX is that in order to use it you will also need to buy Apple hardware (i.e. a laptop or desktop computer). Unless that is you are willing and able to attempt a ‘hackintosh’, that is running OSX on non-Apple, ordinary PC hardware, but be warned that the process of creating a ‘hackintosh’ machine is no easy feat. However, almost any recent version of OSX is way better than Windows 10, in my opinion, and is a good bet that you will enjoy it if you try it. You can find out more information about OSX at: apple.com.

Fedora Core Linux

Fedora Core Linux OS


Another good choice for beginning to learn Linux Operating System is Fedora Core Linux, which like other flavors of linux allows you to try it before installing it and it is similar to the other flavors of linux as well.

Mandriva Linux

Mandriva LInux OS


Another good choice for beginning to learn Linux Operating System is Mandriva Linux, which like other flavors of linux allows you to try it before installing it and it is similar to the other flavors of linux as well.

PC Linux

PC Linux OS


Another good choice for beginning to learn Linux Operating System is PC Linux, which like other flavors of linux allows you to try it before installing it and it is similar to the other flavors of linux as well.

AntiX Linux

AntiX Linux OS


Another good choice for beginning to learn Linux Operating System is AntiX Linux, which like other flavors of linux allows you to try it before installing it and it is similar to the other flavors of linux as well.

Open Suse Linux

Open SUSe Linux


Another good choice for beginning to learn Linux Operating System is Open Suse Linux, which like other flavors of linux allows you to try it before installing it and it is similar to the other flavors of linux as well.

CentOS Linux

CentOS Linux OS


Another good choice for beginning to learn Linux Operating System is CentOS Linux, which like other flavors of linux allows you to try it before installing it and it is similar to the other flavors of linux as well. CentOS is also a popular choice for webservers and cloud servers as well because of its performance and stability.




You really cant go wrong with any recent version of OSX or Linux, however this is a learning curve if you are coming over from Windows so be prepared to work at it and learn new things. Also there are many more flavors of Linux to try out, all the popular distributions of Linux can be compared and found at Distrowatch.com. But you will be rewarded with a new experience which promises to be better than your previous Windows experiences. In my opinion, Windows is getting steadily worse and not better, however, hopefully they will improve their operating systems in the near future……………….. We can only wait and see…………………………………………………………

Mint Linux 17.2 with XFCE

Mint Linux 17.2 with XFCE Review

Review of Mint Linux 16.1 with XFCE on older Asus Laptop

For this review I am using an old Asus laptop of mine that I have owned for several years. It has served me well, but now it’s hardware is a little dated and limited. It does run Windows 7 fairly well but will lag at times running some more resource intensive apps like photoshop or illustrator. And I have never used it for gaming as I don’t think it would be suitable for that. It has an AMD dual core processor that runs at 1.4 Ghz, not too fast. And it has Four Gig’s of RAM.

So here are the specs from my old laptop:
Learn more about the ASUS X401U-EBL4

Model
Brand
ASUS
Model
X401U-EBL4

Quick Info
Color
Matte Deep Blue
Operating System
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
CPU
AMD Dual Core E1-1200 1.4GHz
Screen
14″
Memory
4 GB DDR3
Storage
320 GB
Graphics Card
AMD Radeon HD 7310
Video Memory
Shared memory
Communication
Gigabit LAN and WLAN
Dimensions (W x D x H)
13.54″ x 9.49″ x 0.94″ – 1.18″
Weight
3.88 lbs.

CPU
CPU Type
AMD Dual-Core Processor
CPU Speed
E1-1200 (1.4 GHz)
CPU L2 Cache
1MB

Display
Screen Size
14.0″
Wide Screen Support
Yes

Operating System
Operating System
Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit

Graphics
GPU/VPU
AMD Radeon HD 7310
Video Memory
Shared system memory
Graphic Type
Integrated Card

Hard Drives
HDD
320 GB

Memory
Memory
4 GB
Memory Type
204-Pin DDR3 SO-DIMM

Communications
LAN
10/100/1000Mbps
WLAN
802.11b/g/n Wireless LAN

Ports
USB
1 x USB 2.0
1 x USB 3.0
Video Port
1 x VGA
HDMI
1 x HDMI
Audio Ports
1 x Microphone Jack, 1 x Headphone Jack

Input Device
Webcam
0.3MP webcam with built-in microphone

Power
Battery
6-cell lithium ion
Battery Life
Up to 5 hours 34 mins

Dimensions & Weight
Dimensions (W x D x H)
13.54″ x 9.49″ x 0.94″ – 1.18″
Weight
3.88 lbs.

And here are some photos of it:
Asus LaptopAsus Laptop


Mint linux is my favorite flavor of Linux lately but I usually run the KDE desktop which is a bit heavy for older hardware. Although I’m sure that my older Asus is capable of running it, I still think it would maybe be a little bit sluggish. So when I had to choose a desktop version of Mint Linux to run on it, I decided to give the lightweight XFCE desktop a try. I figured that I would not be able to get the desktop effects, such as wobbly windows and the 3D desktop cube with this lightweight desktop, but after installing it, I have to admin that I was pleasantly surprised. It does run very fast as I expected, but it also looks great and comes with compiz desktop effects (just needs to be enabled in settings), which I did not expect.

Overall Mint Linux 17.2 with XFCE runs very smooth and fast, and I haven’t had any problems at all with it….

Mint Linux 17.2 with XFCE

Mint Linux 17.2 with XFCE

Free online cloud storage websites

What are the best free online storage websites?

There are a lot of free storage websites on the internet today. Some offer free cloud storage while others offer traditional storage. Most are pretty decent, however each one offers different features. One thing that is common to all of them is that they limit the size of storage offered for free, as you would expect, since it is free. If you need much more space, you’ll have to pay. This post looks at some of the differences and pros and cons of some of the most popular free online storage accounts. Read on to learn more:

Mega.co.nz

In my opinion the best of all of them is Mega. However, they are somewhat controversial and some may not feel safe or confident enough to backup their files to this website/cloud. I have to say I myself am a little skeptical as well, since I lost files on the previous mega.com after it was seized by US govt. However, their new service seems to be way better then before, for one they use AES encryption to securely transfer files, also mega does not store passwords or master keys (so they have no way of knowing your passwords or accessing your files),
Mega seems to be one of the most secure cloud storages available. They offer pretty good transfer speed, 50GB of space free, but there is the downside of bad publicity and feelings that site could be taken down by US for ‘illegal sharing of copyrighted files’?

dropbox.com

dropbox.com is pretty popular and not controversial like Mega. However your free account will be limited to 2GB and they do not have the advanced security features like mega, but pretty good speed and they offer 2 GB for free. This one is just about perfect for most people to back up important files on their computers, such as word documents, tax returns, photos, and the like.

4shared.com

4shared.com offers 15GB free space per user, but they do not have advanced security features like mega and they will close your account if someone complains about a copyrighted file on your account. Other than that it is pretty similar to dropbox, just that they offer a little more free space.

hubic.com

I have to admit I don’t know much about hubic.com, but I do know that they offer 25GB of cloud storage for free. I don’t know much more about them than that, but you can try it out for free, so what do you have to loose?

Other free online storage sites

There are of course, others such as google drive and microsofts onedrive, as well as others. So if you know of other free online storage websites feel free to add them in the comments section…….

photoshop alternatives

The Best Free Alternatives to Photoshop

The Best Free Alternatives to Photoshop

Photoshop is great but if you don’t have the bread to be able to buy it then you’re still not out of luck

Read on to learn about all of the alternatives to photoshop, and they are all free!

There are many alternatives to Photoshop, and some are even free. Some even come pretty close to having all the features that photoshop has. But in my opinion, there is only one Photoshop and Photoshop is the best everyday graphics software on the market. But if money is a concern or problem, don’t worry, there are plenty of free alternatives to Photoshop. Read about the best Photoshop alternatives here.

Gimp!

Gimp stands for Graphic image manipulation program and it is free and open source. Overall it is similar to Photoshop in many ways, it has layers, filters, and many of the same tools as photoshop, and like Photoshop it also has the ability to add plugins for additional functionality. However for those used to working in photoshop you will find that it may be difficult to work in, and they keyboard shortcuts are completely different in Gimp than in photoshop (although you can remap the shortcuts to mimic photoshop, but that is a difficult and advanced task). Also working with text in Gimp is nowhere near as easy or professional looking as it is in photoshop. Working with text in Gimp is it’s bigest flaw in my opinion. But having said that, it is free to use as you please for anything (even commercial work), and it is also available for windows, linux, and mac. You can find more information and the download links at: Gimp.org

Photopea

Photopea is an online copy of photoshop. It is kind of a bare-bones version of photoshop, that is online and free to use. It will read most any photoshop files, and will recognize layers and even text fonts, although I have found that it will tell you what font was used much of the time that font will be missing from the built in font library. Anyway it is pretty smooth for what it is, and it’s main selling point is to be able to read, open, and edit photoshop native files. And that it does very well. If you would like to try it out you can find it at: photopea.com

Canva

canva

Canva is a simple, drag-and-drop, design software that’s completely online and free to use. Canva is pretty nice for photo editing and also for adding effects to your photos. Its also very easy to use the online version, and it’s free. Canva has been around for about two years and has over 10 million users. If you would like to try it out you can find it at: Canva.com

Others

I am sure that there are other Photoshop alternatives out there, but the above two are the only two that I have found that even come close to Photoshops features and uses. If you know of any other photoshop alternatives then please post them in the comments section.

Thanks for reading this article!

Shane Zentz

Mystery Post

Hello,
This strange post (in Chinese, i think) mysteriously appeared on my blog recently. I did not create it (I dont speak chinese). So I assume that it must have been some hackers that somehow added a strange post to my blog? Anyway here is the mystery post:

【培-训-时-间】

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·2O13年1O月18日 深-圳

·2O13年1O月19日 北-京

·2O13年1O月25日 上-海

·2O13年1O月26日 广-州

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【培-训-对-象】中小企业的经营者、营销负责人、网络营销人员。企业营销策略制定者及所有营销人员

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【培-训-费-用】198O元/1人| 32OO元/2人 ,无其他折扣(含资料费、午餐、茶点、发票)

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·【前-言】

·1O年前,互联网来了,有人因此成为商业巨头;

·5年前,淘 宝来了,有人因此实现“草根创业”;

·3年前,微 博来了,有人因此实现财富“核裂变”;

·而今天,微 信来了,微营销来了……

·

·7天连锁酒店通过微\信\营\销,一个月内,会员从3O万几何式增至12O万!

·小米手机通过微\信\营\销,在短短3个月内吸引粉丝1O5万,网上订单暴增15倍!

·星巴克通过微\信\营\销,在三周内,仅“冰摇沁爽”一项产品销售额就突破75O万!

·“9O后”大学生通过微\信\营\销卖水果,一没店铺,二没员工情况下,实现月入8万的奇迹!

·微信来了,“微”机也就来了,你知道这意味着什么!!

·

·未来十年,是中国商业领域大规模打劫的时代,所有还在采用传统运营模式的企业的“粮仓”

·都有可能遭遇打劫,而那些适应了“微”机,抓住了“微”机的企业将是这个时代最大的赢家小米赢了,星巴克赢了……

·

·参加《微\信\营\销从入门到实战》,下一个赢家,就是你!

━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━

【课-程-大-纲】

·一、微\信\营\销入门篇

·1、微信发展现状及趋势;

·2、微信商业价值及赢利模式;

·3、什么行业适合做微\信\营\销;

·4、企业做微\信\营\销应避免的误区;

·

·二、微\信\营\销实战篇

·1、什么是微信公众账号,公众账号认证及营销技巧;

·2、解析摇一摇、寻找附近的人、朋友圈的营销技巧;

·3、二维码微\信\营\销技巧;

·4、微信六步营销思维;

·5、微\信\营\销模式及案例分析;

·6、微\信\营\销公众平台实战操练;

·7、微\信\营\销接口及拓展应用介绍;

·8、企业微信公众账号立体式推广;

·

·三、微\信\营\销高级篇

·1、企业微\信\营\销如何策划;

·2、企业微\信\营\销数据库建立;

·3、企业微\信\营\销系统的整合打造;

·4、企业微\信\营\销效果监控分析;

·5、企业微\信\营\销成功案例剖析;

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if you know how to read this and what it says please let me know. As for wordpress security, I have updated my install completely and removed all users except myself so I believe that my blog is now secure. So hopefully no more mystery posts here!

shane zentz poster

Updates on Shane Zentz

Updates on Shane Zentz

So, I haven’t posted in a long while, so I thought that I would post some updates on what is going on with me lately. After the brutal winter (polar vortex?) of last year, I decided that I have had enough of the midwest, specifically South Bend, Indiana. I was born and raised in South Bend, home of Notre Dame University, but have also lived in Florida for some years of my life. So in the spring of 2014 I decided that I wanted to sell my house in South Bend and move back to Florida. Specifically, Pensacola, Florida, where I lived from 1995 to 2000. So in late August I moved to Pensacola, after resigning at my job at Nexus RV as IT Manager/Webmaster.

New Start in Pensacola, FL

I figured that I should not have too difficult of a time of finding new work in Florida, considering my education, skills, and work history. And I was right, I found suitable work in the IT field in early October, about a month or so after moving to Pensacola. My new position is with Footbridge Media in Pensacola. They create websites and online marketing mainly for contractors (home builders, electricians, plumbers, roofers, etc.) accross the country. They have thousands of clients. So my new job is in some ways similar to my old job, but in other ways it’s a little different. The main difference is that instead of working on a few web sites and web properties, now I work on anywhere from 8 to 15 different websites per day. But many of the tasks are the same, updating websites, fixing errors on websites, adding content to websites, keeping up with SEO, etc. So, I’m glad that I have found a position that fits my skills and abilities, and I enjoy the work. Not to mention the beautiful area with great weather year round!

My Own Websites

Recently, after going over some of my personal websites and web properties, I realized that some of them (mostly the main ones), are a little outdated. They were of 2008, 2009, or 2010 vintage instead of the current. Mainly they were not ‘responsive’, since they were not designed to be viewed on tablets or mobile phones. So it was time to upgradde! I have updated my main website: shanezentz.com, as well as this blog and my other (writing) blog: badfiction.shanezentz.com . So check out the fresh, new and improved websites!

I will try to post a lot more on this blog in the future, as well as keeping it up to date, so check back often for new content and new posts!

Thanks for visiting and reading my blog!

Shane Zentz

Shane Zentz Photographer

【微.信】来了,有人因此实现财富“核裂变”

subject: 【微.信】来了,有人因此实现财富“核裂变”

微-信-营-销-从-入-门-到-实-战

——微 网 络 撬 动 大 市 场

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Shane Zentz Photographer

Shane Zentz Photographer


【培-训-时-间】

·

·2O13年1O月18日 深-圳

·2O13年1O月19日 北-京

·2O13年1O月25日 上-海

·2O13年1O月26日 广-州

·

【培-训-对-象】中小企业的经营者、营销负责人、网络营销人员。企业营销策略制定者及所有营销人员

·

【培-训-费-用】198O元/1人| 32OO元/2人 ,无其他折扣(含资料费、午餐、茶点、发票)

━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━

·【前-言】

·1O年前,互联网来了,有人因此成为商业巨头;

·5年前,淘 宝来了,有人因此实现“草根创业”;

·3年前,微 博来了,有人因此实现财富“核裂变”;

·而今天,微 信来了,微营销来了……

·

·7天连锁酒店通过微\信\营\销,一个月内,会员从3O万几何式增至12O万!

·小米手机通过微\信\营\销,在短短3个月内吸引粉丝1O5万,网上订单暴增15倍!

·星巴克通过微\信\营\销,在三周内,仅“冰摇沁爽”一项产品销售额就突破75O万!

·“9O后”大学生通过微\信\营\销卖水果,一没店铺,二没员工情况下,实现月入8万的奇迹!

·微信来了,“微”机也就来了,你知道这意味着什么!!

·

·未来十年,是中国商业领域大规模打劫的时代,所有还在采用传统运营模式的企业的“粮仓”

·都有可能遭遇打劫,而那些适应了“微”机,抓住了“微”机的企业将是这个时代最大的赢家小米赢了,星巴克赢了……

·

·参加《微\信\营\销从入门到实战》,下一个赢家,就是你!

━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━━

【课-程-大-纲】

·一、微\信\营\销入门篇

·1、微信发展现状及趋势;

·2、微信商业价值及赢利模式;

·3、什么行业适合做微\信\营\销;

·4、企业做微\信\营\销应避免的误区;

·

·二、微\信\营\销实战篇

·1、什么是微信公众账号,公众账号认证及营销技巧;

·2、解析摇一摇、寻找附近的人、朋友圈的营销技巧;

·3、二维码微\信\营\销技巧;

·4、微信六步营销思维;

·5、微\信\营\销模式及案例分析;

·6、微\信\营\销公众平台实战操练;

·7、微\信\营\销接口及拓展应用介绍;

·8、企业微信公众账号立体式推广;

·

·三、微\信\营\销高级篇

·1、企业微\信\营\销如何策划;

·2、企业微\信\营\销数据库建立;

·3、企业微\信\营\销系统的整合打造;

·4、企业微\信\营\销效果监控分析;

·5、企业微\信\营\销成功案例剖析;

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【课-程-收-益】

·全面系统学习微\信\营\销两大平台,普及数1O种实操技巧;

·知晓微\信\营\销定位、策划、运营、推广、成交5大模块致胜诀窍;

·学会渗透微信朋友圈子,把握强弱关系,实现口碑营销及建立转介绍系统;

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Photoshop Abstract Art by Shane Zentz

Easy Abstract Art in Photoshop by Shane Zentz

Easy Abstract Art in Photoshop by Shane Zentz

One of the cool things about Photoshop is that sometimes you accidentally stumble upon something new (at least to you) and that is what happened with me recently.
I discovered how you can create an image like the one below:

Photoshop Abstract Art by Shane Zentz

Photoshop Abstract Art by Shane Zentz

 

And I discovered this by just fiddling around with the ’tiles’ filter. So to create an image similar to the one above is really easy. Just start a new image in Photoshop of whatever size seems best to you. Then using the marquee tool, create a rectangle with some fill color of your choice (and add a stroke color if you would like). With this rectangle that you just created as the active selection, go to the top filters menu and select -> stylize -> tiles, when the dialog box comes up then choose about 10 for the number of tiles and 1% for the offset, just to start. Then repeat the same action, only this time fiddle with the total number of tiles and the offset number (I used 15 for number of tiles and 5% for offset). And you can repeat this process any number of times or experiment with different numbers of tiles and offsets to get the abstract art that looks good to you. Pretty easy huh?

 

 

Thanks for reading this post and my blog,

Shane Zentz

shane photoshop logo shane zentz logo papercut

Some recent photoshop work by Shane Zentz

Hi all,

So I have been learning and improving a lot lately on my graphic arts skills, mostly with photoshop and illustrator. Here are some recent works by me…..

Of course I post most of my works on my art website at http://art.shanezentz.com and also some on http://www.shanezentz.com so feel free to check out

those websites for more of my work. But for now here is a couple of recent images created in photoshop by me:

shane zentz logo papercut

shane zentz logo papercut

shane zentz poster

shane zentz poster

Thanks for looking at my work and my blog,
Ya’ll come back real soon, hear!
Shane Zentz