posted on May, 1 2015 @ 05:48 PM
a reply to: FormerlyConfused
Great thing about op-systems is you can modify them to your liking.
The bad thing about op-systems is you can modify them to your liking...
Doesn't mean they'll WORK correctly once you do. After all...they were made to work with their own parts. We buy them, start changing this, adding
that, partitioning off those, change over this...then wonder why its not doing what you want it to. Why did you buy it in the 1st place if 1/2 of it
wasn't how you wanted it?
Im all for modifications (a rock guitar player-I always started tearing apart brand new ones the second I got them home, so I do get it)...but I
wouldn't buy a new Ford Mustang with the intent to put in a Corvette engine and Lamborgini wing doors, then wonder why the damn engine doesn't fit,
and that the doors wont fully close.
Just sayin...I edit a newsletter, write music, novels, process video and music...and don't know or have barely HEARD of half the things you mentioned.
I have a simple HP Pavilion G Series laptop-Windows 7, use everything for everything...so don't quite....get all the changes others find
I do get it though at the very least....but never have any issues with anything either operations, ease of use, speed, processing whatever....
Good luck though!
edit on 1-5-2015 by mysterioustranger because: "When the light is "ON"...it is!