On my last post, I described what was happened to my old PC and my upgrade effort. I have a beautiful LG L1753S LCD monitor, a superb PC, and crappy two sets of speakers. I have an old 4.1 Altec Lansing AVS500 speaker set which I bought right after I get married in 2001. The speaker is in bad shape after almost 9 years. There was a loud humming sound emanated from the sub woofer and most of the cable has been chewed by mice. My friend, who is a dealer for Altec Continue reading On Evolutionary Upgrade
It has been less than a month after I upgraded my Javelin to OS 5.0.0681 from Hutchinson Asia. It was not good. Battery life was short, less than 12 hours or so. It mad me have to recharge my device every 12 hours or so. It was huge inconvenient for me, especially during my trips to Bandung and Jakarta. Memory leaks was also severe, I was down to less than 80 MB in 3 days. Previous OS installations would hold memory above 90 MB after more than a week.
I decided to remove the OS and replace with the same version from Indosat. So far, it has been better. The time between charging is more than 24 hours. Memory leaks is not as severe as Hutchinson version. It is still around 100 MB after two days. All and all Indosat’s version is much better than Hutchinson Asia’s (IMHO).
Sarosa, S. (2010) “Failure in Accounting Information Systems Development and Adoption within Indonesian SMEs through Actor Network Theory Lens” in the Proceedings of The 2nd Parahyangan International Accounting & Business Conference, 17-18 June 2010
Sarosa, S. (2010) “Process–based Model View of Computerised Accounting Information Systems Development and Adoption within Indonesian Small and Medium Enterprises” in the Proceedings for The 2nd Parahyangan International Accounting & Business Conference, 17-18 June 2010
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