Hey guys. I'm looking to build a new PC since I moved to US and a laptop is just not cutting it in terms of work (I'm used to desktops).
1. What is the purpose of the computer? What all applications and games are you going to run? (Stupid answers like 'gaming' or 'office work' will not work...
No. I've not installed additional drivers. I just have the default synaptics driver. I did change the sensitivity a bit and unchecked circular scrolling and it seems slightly better but a little below expectations.
Is anyone elses trackpad slightly unresponsive? My cursor sometimes doesn't move only and I have to life my finger up and then do it all over again. Which sucks. Is there some sensitivity setting I can access?
I got a recovery disk. I specifically asked the dealer for a disk and he said any reinstallation/recovery can be made from a recovery disk. Samsung doesn't provide a retail OS disk. (Which I thought was the case for most laptops).
EDIT: The disk I have says:
SYSTEM RECOVERY MEDIA
I have to format it using a new win-win DVD or the recovery disk allows you to do that without the crapware.
If I can't with my recovery disk, does it mean I lose genuine windows forever (don't have a retail disk of win7)?
I'm new to this whole laptop stuff.
So I bought the i7 version today. Haven't done any really testing as such. Just browsing and stuff. Trackpad seems a little unresponsive (or is it just me being new to it?) compared to other laptops I occasionally use. Have updated the bios and removed some crapware. What else should I be doing...
1) What is your budget? (INR or USD)
2) What size & weight consideration (if any) would you prefer?
Mainstream; 15" - 16" screen
3) Are there any brands that you prefer or any you really don't like?
First laptop, so don't know
4) What are the primary tasks will...
I'm also looking for a full hd monitor. After reading this thread I've shortlisted Dell and BenQ. Now which one should I go for? Both look good. Dell doesn't come with DVI cable though and I have a 460GTX which doesn't have a VGA port. Although I have a DVI to VGA converter which I'm using right...