Understanding the concept of personal technology may be a bit difficult for the layman. However an example can explain things bringing them within their comprehension.
Can you make your iPad talk to your personal computer? Conversely, can you make your PC connect to your iPad hassle free and with all convenience? That is what personal technology is all about; the technology that takes care of your personal technical requirements.
It does not matter whether the task is small or big as the use of appropriate personal technology can address all challenges involved in either. So if you are looking forward to making your iPad talk to your PC then can the experts have answers readymade for you?
Experts like David Progue have the answer readymade for you providing a better way for the iPad to talk to a home computer.
“You don’t have to be a technophile to know a few things about compatibility. VHS tapes don’t play on a laptop, iPhone apps don’t run on your microwave and a CD won’t play in a toaster”, explains Progue. He has been regularly posting technology based contents and articles on the web for interested readers. Most of his contents give a new look to an oft discussed topic and the present case of iPad talking to personal computer is no different and does not disappoint readers.
While iPad is one of the most popular mobile devices around and there are millions of users using it, many of them also assume that they cannot use the Mac or Windows operating system on iPad that comes with its own operating system and software preloaded. This feature is considered to be a big let down by many users of the world’s most popular tablet.
Users will certainly like the iPad to be platform independent so that they can use all sorts of features and programs on them. The utility of the highly popular lightweight tablet will be enhanced manifold with such features made available on the tablet. Use of features like photoshop, iTunes and full-fledged software like word, excel, power point, and AutoCAD etc can enhance the user’s experience to a new height altogether.
“I’m pleased to report that such a thing is possible, thanks to a remarkable new app, Parallels Access. Parallels, the company, has a good deal of experience running incompatible programs on popular computers; its best-known product lets you run Windows on a Mac” comments Prouge.
If you are thinking that the personal technology expert is proposing some miracle adapter, then you are mistaken. Instead the viewer will view everything on their PC remotely. Best part of it that the programs viewed are interactive and one can drag and drop programs on screen and can also listen to audio and video.
In essence; your iPad will turn out to be a detached screen for the PC running Mac or Windows operating system and is at a distance of many thousand miles. Greater storage as well as horsepower for your PC and the ability to work on the files stored in it would be an added bonus for the user.