My last Android phone, the Essential PH-1, used USB-C. Obviously, my iPhone uses Lightning.

For my usage, they’re pretty much the same. I just use the cable for charging. And I charge overnight.

But a couple of articles have raised my interest.

This comment triggered my research:

USB C sucks…

The end of the year gets me to reminiscing. One issue that came to mind recently is Keepass. These posts cover all the mechanics. I have migrated from Dropbox to OneDrive for storage. While I casually use Google Chrome’s password store, my serious encrypted store is Keepass.

It’s flexibility lets…

Windows 10 November 2021 Update, a.k.a. 21H2, doesn’t have many new features, especially for the home user.

  • Adding WPA3 H2E standards support for enhanced Wi-Fi security
  • Windows Hello for Business introduces a new deployment method called cloud trust to support simplified passwordless deployments and achieve a deploy-to-run state within a…

This story starts with PrintNightmare. That’s a long and arduous journey that isn’t over.

But one of the side effects is that Microsoft’s attempts to fix PrintNightmare has impacted Windows printing for months.

Printing to a direct connected printer hasn’t been a problem (yet) but printing to a “server” connected…

Ok, get your minds out of the gutter. I’m talking about silicon wafers.

We’ve all heard about car and truck production being impacted by chip shortages.

Why? I could have never guessed.

It turns out that automotive chips are fabricated on 200mm (8 in.) silicon wafers. Current wafer technology is…

Ben Moore

IT professional, Formula 1 fan

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