I like simplifying things.
And making things simple has changed my approach to computers.
More and more, I have switched to smartphones for most of my computer activity. Initially I hesitated to do more complex tasks, but as time goes by I have disciplined myself to give it all a try, such as with maintaining my website and for preparing a presentation
I turn to the smartphone because it is easy at hand. It is there when I need it. I can do a lot with voice input.
However, I find myself going to larger and larger smartphones!
An old tiny smartphone still holds all my music. I have no calling plan on it.
A 5 1/2 inch smartphone now handles just about everything and has all my books and music stored aboard on its SD memory.
On its home screen I now have only a single page with a few folders for easy navigation. These folders are: phoning, reading, writing, listening, media, accounts, Google, and Amazon. If an app needs to be in two different folders for ease of navigation I put it in both places.
A few taps then get me quickly to where I want to go.
I do keep everything on a 10 inch Android tablet for when I will mostly be reading. I also keep all my reading matter there on an SD card. I do not lug it around as many do with their iPads.
I see that there is a development in which you plug your smartphone into a device which works like a laptop when you need a large screen and keyboard. Combines both into one, a further simplification.