Hi, I’m Lauriane Guilloux. I grew up surrounded by gadgets and technology and everyone who knows me assumes that it will always be one of my greatest interests. I’ve evolved hand-in-hand with PCs, laptops, video gaming consoles, smartphones, and tablets, but every new development still manages to surprise me. At present, I’m lucky enough to be able to professionally follow up and try out all the latest software releases.
On the other hand, I love reading and listening to music. Nothing beats a relaxed Sunday afternoon flicking through a book on the sofa with classic rock, reggae or electro music playing in the background, depending on my mood. Music always manages to bring out the deepest thoughts and feelings and I even thing that it can make you grow as a person.Technology is the mainstay for progress and development.
Some short questions…
What operating system do you prefer or use the most?
In your opinion, which is the best mobile operating system?
What application is a must on your computer?
And on your smartphone?
Gmail, WhatsApp, Telegram, Twitter, Instagram, a few browsers, a couple of cooking recipe apps and online shopping applications... Couldn’t cut the list any shorter.
Do you have a favourite game?
The graphical adventure Broken Sword.
Fond of social networks? Which is your favourite?
Yes, I like them. I think they’re an essential tool for modern-day communication. Twitter is my favorite as I use it to keep up with the latest news.
If you had to choose, which would you say has been the greatest technological invention of the last century?
The Internet. No doubt about it.
Who do you consider has contributed most towards the development of software?
Richard Stallman, free software movement founder and programmer.
Emulate the best Wii and GameCube games on your PC
A private browser with VPN
Google's notes application
Write down and remember your tasks and jobs
Simulate X-ray vision on your Android
Organize your pending tasks
Work with spreadsheets from Android
Prepare for imminent shelling
An excellent task manager
Identify plants and flowers just by taking a photo