So you’re probably wondering what this file called RuntimeBroker.exe that appears in the task manager right? Well I was concerned myself thinking it was some sort of Virus or Malware. Turns out this is a normal process that is part of Windows 10 in relation to the Metro tiles on the start menu! You know those crazy big tiles that were also in Windows 8. So before you freak out here is a few screen shots below of my Windows 10 to show you that it is completely normal. You can even end the process and click on the Start menu and it will load up again. So don’t delete it!
The LTE phones have been popping out everywhere lately here a little Alcatel Pop Nova LTE A520L from Straight Talk that would have to be around the $50 mark. A good entry level Android smart phone.
Microsoft has been battling piracy since the day that it purchased DOS and started marketing it. So Windows 10 should be no different right? Wrong.
Macintosh Computers were popular to many back in the early 90’s and if you ever used one back in the day, you will remember what it was like to use a computer with a pretty cool GUI that has stayed on MacOS even up until now. When I was at school $10,000 was forked out to get one of these Macintosh Plus system that every student (500+) students were supposed to use.