Chicago-One has been inactive for several months while much-needed equipment was restored and updated. The system here was Linux Mint, and is now Windows 7, with an update to Windows 8 coming in time, and eventually Windows 10.
Chicago-One will eventually expand to three more computer systems to handle to handle audio, video, and data processing. Those systems will be Windows 10 with capability to upgrade to future versions of Windows. With the Windows 7 system up and running, Chicago-One will resume daily operations.
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