On 2015/04/25 2:10, M Henri Day wrote:
2015-04-22 17:17 GMT+02:00 Thomas Blasejewicz <email@example.com
Computer: just bought a new one, running Windows 8.1 (= a
8 GB RAM, 120 GB SSD = OS + 1 TB HDD
and probably a whole lot of fancy high-tech stuff I not capable of
So, I would LOVE to believe, that there cannot be any sort of
IS there a trick to convince the display to work smoothly???
Thomas, this is a tad off-topic, but since you mentioned that
(= a nightmare !!!)», I thought I'd suggest two simple steps to tame
the beast :
1. Install Classic Shell from *classicshell.net
<http://classicshell.net>* (elect the Windows 7 interface and
change the start button), and
2. Deactivate the superfluous Lockscreen by following the steps found
While not, alas, quite as good as dumping Windows altogether and
installing, e g, Linux Mint 17.1 instead, it should suffice to turn
those nightmares into relatively sweet dreams. I know it has for many
retirees here in Stockholm whom we help with computer problems....
Actually, I am trying already for more than 7 years to "get friendly"
with Linux and by now can install the OS.
Every further step results in trouble ...
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