I like it. Nice one. :)
Hmm. It seems to be fussy with apps. I can get it to work on Maps on Android, for example, but not Gmail nor Drive...
Yep! Also a great way to do it. I’m just stuck in my habits, but Windows Key + P is a quick/easy shortcut.
August 2019 Windows update: good.
Surface firmware updates: bad.
Same re: Anker. But nothing would annoy me more than getting a supposedly perfect charger that doesn’t actually charge as fast as it said it would. :)
Happy to help. :)
Fair! It’s worth trying; I wasn’t able to do so myself, as my virtual machine is AFU after the 1903 update. You might be able to get away with plugging in a 7/8.1 key when Windows 10 asks for a key, but it also might not work at all — and if you’ve then wiped your 7/8.1 installation off your drive, there’s no way to…
Sure. I’m just happy enough that Apple doesn’t charge for OS upgrades anymore.
See: “It’s also worth writing down (or finding) your Windows 7/8.1 product key before you start this process, in case you need that to activate Windows 10 during or after your upgrade. You shouldn’t, but I’d have it handy just in case.”
No, no, no.
Because there won’t be microtransactions in games when you’re paying a subscription for the larger service. That’s the entire point.
Out of curiosity, what can I do to fix this for you? Are we not covering kind of content you prefer? The complexity? The quirkiness? Serious question. Always happy to hear feedback and adjust accordingly.
You’re correct! I was thinking one and wrote the other. Fixed that.
I know; I meant the “before you tweak it with all sorts of crazy upgrades” price. :)
Seriously. I didn’t find it to be as “automatic” as the name implies.
Absolutely -- Android is much worse.
Hmm. Would you mind expanding on your issues a bit more in an email? Shoot me as many details as you can (firstname.lastname@example.org), and I’ll see what I can do to help out!
I understand. I’ll crop the image to reduce confusion, if that helps. :)