According to Christian Today, the Surface Pro 4 release date has firmed up and will be in mid-2015 per reports from an unknown source.
In addition, a few new details have leaked out since the set of Surface Pro 4 rumors I passed along last month. So, I thought I’d fill you all in on the latest batch of info coming out about the Surface Pro release date and features/specs. Continue reading →
Is Your OneDrive Sync Choking Your WiFi Connection?
OneDrive Sync Problem – Ridiculously Long Sync Times
Note: this post assumes that there is nothing actually wrong with your OneDrive Sync (that’s a topic of another one of our posts, see OneDrive Not Syncing On Surface), instead it talks about the actual behavior of OneDrive and its effect on your network.
I recently discovered an interesting problem with OneDrive on our Surfaces: if you reload your Surface and you have a sizable amount of files on your OneDrive, the OneDrive sync will take hours – even days – to sync up your data between the cloud and your device.
Consider this scenario:
You’re traveling and your Surface is having a problem. Of course, this would be the most inopportune time to have a problem because you depend on your Surface for everything: navigation, work, entertainment. So, what do you do?Continue reading →
So, I just finished up several hours of hands-on with the Windows 10 January preview on my Surface Pro 2 and here are some of my thoughts…
First, let me start by letting you know that the January Tech Preview is far from finished. There are some bugs (information below) and incomplete features but, it seems to be a bit further along than the first version I reviewed a couple of months ago which felt a lot more like Windows 8.1 with a few additions for keyboard and mouse users.
As an added bonus, you can install it on top of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 and it includes a (hopefully fully working) rollback mechanism this time. The earlier version required a wipe and re-install to go back to a previous version of Windows. Continue reading →
There was a lot of interesting and exciting things outlined in the webcast, such as Windows 10, HoloLens, and Surface Hub which s lot of other tech sites are talking about.
However, being that this is Love My Surface, I’m going to focus on how these new technologies will affect the Surface line of tablets. As such, most (almost all, actually) of this post will be talking about Windows 10 and it’s associated features. Continue reading →