I will write more in English
My English writing is written without enough thought. That is the reason why my grade for English will always remain a B. (A was achieved this year). The other day, I found that the current ‘Media Go’ has its naming origins in an old Sony Japan software called ‘Media Bar’. Sonic Stage and x-Appli are obviously descendants of Open MG Jukebox. Isn’t the inclusion of groundbreaking, currently trending software a part of the VAIO DNA? They lost it a long time ago. XP VAIO PCs were already a bit boring, and it only continued with Vista, 7 and the rest. There did seem to be a revival in Windows 7, but it was minor. Now, Cyberlink software is all you’ll find inside. Remember the Windows 95, 98SE, 2000, and ME PCs. The shortlived interesting software, which, at the time, was thought to be normal. Apps on phones and the Internet now replace many of those which existed in the past. Chromebooks are an example of how much can be done solely on the Internet. I treasure x-Appli because of its unique ‘designing of our experience’ and its history.