Mike Shea’s latest essay in another in the trend of many of us who are sticking our heads up out of our neatly organized gopher holes to ask, “What was the point again?"
I prefer Copernic Desktop myself, but I really liked his very simple rules for computer use. I especially liked this one:
Don’t customize, optimize, or tinker - the result is never worth the effort.
I’m notorious even to myself for tweaking my computer, desktop, folders, etc.
I’d probably add, “Never make any changes to the computer after 11 p.m."
I also like Reinhard’s Weekend Luddite system, though I usually need Sunday to back up the PC, run various maintenance programs, etc.