So my laptop died the other day and I had to replace the hard drive with a new one. I opted for a solid state drive and after I installed the drive and reinstalled the operating system I was doing my usual “Things to do after installing Xubu 16.04 LTS” when I noticed a caveat regarding solid state drives. It was a warning that solid state drives need a few extra tweaks to make it work well and long. So I have yet to do the tweaks because, well, I haven’t done this before and my natural inclination is to read about it five times and then do it around midnight.
So I am obsessing over the fine tuning, and since it is spring Mrs. Keachfan wants me to remove non-working hardware. Which everything in my little hacker heart screams no. So I will be busy this week and still try to get a few thing written.