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Unlikely. Microsoft has a competitive moat around Office and Windows, its two core products.
That makes absolutely no sense, given the general knowledge from consumer experience based on hundreds of millions that have been sold, the many hundreds of reviews on tech and consumer-reported websites, the numerous discussion boards (try searching for a phrase such as "iPhone screen break" and you'll get hundreds of millions of hits), and insurance that can be purchased to cover such a contingency. If a consumer can't be bothered to inform and protect himself/herself,...
....and the consumer has the responsibility to not buy the product as it is offered, at the price and quality at which it is offered.
Oh yes. Except for the occasional blowhard internet jerk....
This works! (On any of the top menu icons except the top row, as you say. But even if on the top row, continuing to press and hold the Menu button takes you to one of the rows right below, and that, in turn suffices.). Thank you.
No, it does not. See Post #34 above.
I am sure rules/values differ from one household to another, and are very subjective, but in mine, the kids have been taught from a young age to turn off/put to sleep all electric/electronic devices after use. No exceptions.
Ah.... that's what the problem was. And yes, annoying.
Pressing the Play/Pause button to make it go to sleep does not work. Mine are 3rd gen. I will try this out. Thanks. (Add: The software is fully updated).
Am. v. Br.
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