The desktop came with Windows 8 pre-installed, and I didn't like it. All those months ago, I ended up installing Windows 7 on an external hard disk and making it my boot disk. That has worked very well and I've been happy, so I didn't even really need Windows 10. But I was curious to see what the new windows version was all about. The installation went very smoothly, I have to say.
The only problem I have right now is that Windows 10 is asking me for a network password before it will let me access all the photos that are stored on the desktop computer. I have no idea what password it wants, because I've never password-protected my network before.
Yesterday's lunch was a Thai coconut milk curry with fish, zucchini, and a lot of basil.
Could the password be "zucchini"? That seems to be the word most frequently used around our house these days. The word and the actual vegetable seem always to be on the tip of my tongue right now. Walt just came downstairs and asked: "So how are we eating zucchini today?"
I guess I'd better go mess with the Windows 10 computer and see if I can figure out what password the thing wants...