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OK, I have missed chart.Commercial licensing - accidentally part of my daily job - covers servers, various CALs (client access license), applications and Windows Enterprise Edition desktop OS licensing, which can be purchased only through Volume Licensing. In my experience, it is quite common for large environments (government and enterprises both) to adopt it - it has some useful benefits around deployment rollouts and others, compared to Pro.Devices and consumer...
I think not. I think free Win 10 is their attempt to make their Store more attractive to devs, by providing large number of users from the start. Since they also are pushing for Universal Apps and platform integration in general, they hope that Windows phone will benefit from renewed devs' interest in Windows.They will still be making good money from licensing Dell, HP, Lenovo and other OEMs with Win 10. Historically, existing users were always the most resilient, and this...
I'm from New Zealand. Outdoors is our second nature, and rarely any gets lost. Unless large quantities of beer and spirits are involved
That's normal - software cannot upgrade hardware in phone, and quite a few phones have only 512MB of RAM - that must limit some features. Back in the days, my iPhone 3Gs really only got speed downgrade with iOS6 - all of fancy features didn't transfer. The most pointless "upgrade" I have personally experienced so far. I'm not blaming 3Gs - it was already 4 years old at that time - but I do feel that Apple should of made iOS5 the last one applicable on 3Gs and call it a...
I'm finding some difficulties understanding how something that you would, or would not do, has to make any impact on Mr. Nadella. Beside that... I actually love my Win phone, and definitely warming up for Surface Pro 3. Not love yet, maybe, but in the air.
Their phones - especially recent ones - are good value for the money, too. The hardware is good for asking price, and OS is so much smoother than anything-Android, and runs well on very old and very limited hardware. In this case, their downfall is not in poor software and hardware, but late appearance to the scene and, subsequently, limited apps choice. It will be interesting to see if their Win 10 efforts with universal apps, continuum... will improve their position...
I was under impression that on these eInk readers, major power consumption comes from changing pages. Showing same page on screen is very easy on power. Most of my readers actually do show static image while sleep - apparently it doesn't make difference if it is blank screen or, say, a book cover. Considering that, their battery life should be described in number of pages one can turn, rather than reading time..?Back to the topic - 300dpi, I'd like to see how that looks on...
That pretty much describes it.
They usually are significantly higher, pesky prices. Australian government made a big fuss out of pricing disproportion and had some intimate chats with Adobe, Apple and Microsoft... not sure what came out of that. I live in New Zealand, unfortunately - from pricing perspective - and our government, well, let's say they had different priorities. Like making a deal to export some sheep and cattle to refresh Mexican livestock... lucky us.
I was under impression that Lightroom is still available at retail, but I don't know if it is digital download only or you can still get a boxed version. Acrobat is the only other application that can be purchased - others are subscription only, to my knowledge.That being said... for AU$10 a month there's cute little deal for photographers: Lightroom and PhotoShop. I had a chat with Adobe rep and apparently both apps can be installed on one desktop and one laptop/tablet....
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