Decided to go and visit the WWII weekend on the Severn Valley Railway, it was a cracking day out with the sun shinning all day, ended up looking like a beetroot! There were loads to see and do, with everyone dressed in authentic uniforms from the war. There was many trains on show, even went to the train museum and they had the post coach from the Great Train Robbery from back in the 60’s. » Read more
Monthly Archives: March 2018
Went to the WWII weekend at Ashdown Farm Nr Evesham Worcestershire, had a great time looking at all the different vehicles on show from military to classic cars from the 40’s to the 60’s. took a video of the precedings along with a Bofore Gun salute at midday.
Popped into a war time cafe and sampled a cracking bacon, egg, sausage and tomato bap, really filled you up! (mind the egg yoke, it runs!). Check out the video below. » Read more
Microsoft’s app store – the Windows Store – is the place in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 where you can find modern apps that are designed to work both on touchscreen devices as well as traditional PC’s with a mouse and keyboard. It’s true that the Windows Store doesn’t have as many apps available as its competitors (Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store ) but it still manages to offer useful apps that are also of good quality. Many of these quality apps are free. » Read more
Windows 10 comes with lots of new features, and Cortana is one of the most interesting of the lot. Cortana is a program that acts as your personal digital assistant that can help you interact in a more human way with your Windows 10 device. Because of that, and also because Microsoft refers to Cortana as “her”, we’ll do the same. You can tell her to do various things, like launching apps, take notes, remind you when you have an appointment or even ask her about the weather prognosis or whether she likes Siri or not. » Read more