so I have a 3 monitor setup with dual NVidia cards.
I started my system and saw issues, had to shutdown it was bad.
turned off two displays and re-started, windows booted, back to a normal display.
turned on second display and let windows see it. ok.... tuern on third display - same deal.
ok all better now.
was that a pain; yes.
should it be fixed; yes.
was it the end of the world; no
was my pc bricked; no
rightfully a lot of users are angry that it happened .... but even with windows xp/vista/7 etc... driver updates to video cards often need a reboot and some fussing with the display.
Good. You've found a fix for this particular snafu. What about the next one? What happens when some buggy driver shuts down your machine with no way to bypass its installation?
This whole 'forced update' thing is poorly conceived. I'm assuming enterprise setups are not subject to this.
That's not the only Android app they're building. They're creating one that will migrate your contacts, bookmarks, calendars and music over to your new iPhone.
One question: once you have detected your neighbour's smoke, what can you do about it?
I think the point of a laptop is whatever you intend to use it for. A location film editor wouldn't have much use for this, but for web surfing or writing on the train? Ideal.
I would have liked a second port so you can plug it in from the other side of the case. Aside from that?
File transfers? Bluetooth/cloud services/Wifi.
External monitor? That will need an adapter (£65 😱)
I don't even know where my USB drives are these days.
By the time Apple revises this model, Skylake will have landed, so I'm not sure they'll feel the need to add a second port.
It's like someone offered Microsoft a glass of Apple kool-aid; MS stole the barrel and drank the whole damn lot.
There are two reasons for this:
- Battery life, apparently.
- Designers prefer a neutral UI as it makes it easier to work with colours.
I like like the idea, but the grey is really too much. A little bit depressing, I think
If you asked him he'd probably say, "Just ... just let it go, okay?"
The companies had a choice. They could roll over, or they could fight. They chose to roll over. And we're not talking the garage outfits here; we're talking the likes of Samsung
But yes, I wish more places I worked would adopt Typescript.