let’s talk about the moto z2 force

the following was recorded in conjunction with jessie’s audio blog

We take a brief look at some of the functions of the moto 2z force. This is a phone with 4 gigs of ram, 8 cores and a lot of power for its price, at the time of this recording on sale at tmobile for about $500, normally about $750 with out taxes. Sit back and enjoy the ride.

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Looking at clean my mac 3

in this episode I take a look at clean my mac3 a program to quickly and easily clean junk out of a mac’s system. True there is only onyx and other pieces of software, how ever sometimes it’s good to have multiple tools under your belt. I upgraded and cleaned about 14 gigs out of my system before the day was done. [^1]

The software is very very accessible and I’m very very glad the developer decided to create this software. it’s more streamline and very easy to use. The software also guides you along the way in terms of what is safe to clean and what is not. I’m an intermediate computer user, how ever I make mistakes all the time.

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[^1]: Remember to always back up your mac via time machine or back blaze, or what ever you use. It’s a safety net in case you make a mistake or somethingn is not working quite right

A first impression of audio hijack pro 3

This is a first look at audiohijack which got to version 3 at the date of this recording and release of this podcast

I start to go over some of the interface which looks to be mostly accessible. I did not go over everything, but I do plan to upgrade to this software in the future.

I love the new interface changes and the intuativeness of the interface and all it can do. Any comments and feedback can be left in the comment form below.

Be blessed everyone, and happy listening.