I truly love my Find 5 but having to clear data in several apps just to be able to update other apps, is really getting to me. I know there is a hack to increase the system storage from 2gb to 3gb but it shouldn't be necessary when you buy a 32gb phone. It has reached a point where I'm thinking about buying a Nexus 5 instead...
Wonder how the +OnePlus One will handle internal storage. Really no point in having a 64Gb version if the system storage and most app data is crammed into a small partition, like for instance on the Oppo Find 5. Hopefully the OnePlus will have a unified storage similar to the Nexus line. Really curious to find out!
Hur kan jag få engelsk stavningskontroll i Chrome på min Acer C720P? Det gick hur bra som helst att lägga till danskt tangentbord och dansk stavningskontroll. Men på den Engelska står det att stavningskontroll inte kan utföras. Kör jag Alt-Shift kan jag inte heller få EN utan bara SE och DA.
Tasker !?, Sam,-devices are new to me, i don't know. But i never accept unnecessary app ! Force stop, any apps !. (I really like note pro 12 with games) No lag ! Big and easy with everything ! I Hate root for life, troubles !
Is the D-LINK DIR-810L a good choice for a wireless home network? From the looks of it, only my phone (Oppo Find 5) can use the 5 GHz band. Maybe my laptop too. Chromecast apparently only runs on the 2.4 GHz band, which is a shame because they are the ones that are sometimes choppy with my current setup. Any other wireless router that would be beneficial to streaming movies to Chromecast?
Anyone interested in Chromebooks should read this piece by +Ken Hess. I think we will see a huge increase in Chromebooks in the business segment this year and even more so in 2015. I have a pretty nimble Windows 7 laptop at work, but if I could, I would trade it for a Chromebook in a heartbeat. I'm sure the IT department would too.
"You'd better get ready for the personal computing, BYOD, and corporate computing revolution. Linux is coming to a desktop near you. But not like you think or had hoped. It's coming in the form of the Chrome OS on Chromebooks."
Would it be possible to build a Silverlight emulator in Chrome that could play Silverlight enabled content in a confined space? I have read somewhere that Google decided not to allow Silverlight in Chromebooks due to potential safety hazards. But if it couldn't execute potentially harmful scripts, then it wouldn't be a problem, right?
+Eric Morgan We had that problem where I work as well - the portion of the corporate extranet used for property listing maintenance used Silverlight to power the mapping feature for some unGodly reason.... but last week Realogy announced the system would soon work on all major browers under any OS. Yay!
MMO-player (I've played Asheron's Call, Everquest, Everquest 2, Star Wars Galaxies, Guild Wars, Lord of the Rings Online and Warhammer Online).Currently playing Guild Wars 2 and The Secret World. Currently playing Everquest Next: Landmark