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I woud suggest Dell to come up with a device and software that can synchronize the sound of speaker and play music according to the pulse rate,heart rate and body temparature recevied from the device like Smart phone.Suppose smart phne will send person's data like if he is low in calorie now or pulse rate etc. via bluetoth to Dell Laptop/Speaker or earphone then the receiving device would manipulate the data and will figure out what emotion he is going through right now and it would play music accordingly to refresh hs moods. Concepts used IOT,Data Mart
search engion ......almost every one have a vedio uploaded to internet,what if we can design a tool, to grab all vidios that have same music from internt, and see how many different visual contants has been assoiated to same music.is it possible ?
Dell could try to add the additional layer of recaptcha, with the question and answer to eliminate spam.
Dell has pre-installed McAfee for years, and now I think it's high time to end that partnership and partner with AVG to pre-install their software on new Dell systems. AVG offers a free antivirus that never expires, and it's better than Windows 10's built-in Windows Defender (i.e. you can't schedule scans in Defender, but in AVG). When you purchase a Dell system, you can select either the free edition of AVG, or a paid subscription. Most people would want the free edition, but to get more features (such as Firewall), you would have to purchase a subscription. I think pre-installing AVG would be a good option for Dell, because it would be inconvenient for people to uninstall McAfee and install AVG.
I love to travel but at the most economical prices though. I would like an app that one could enter specific hotels and/or cruises with exact dates. The app would search back one year from date for price comparison and alert one to the lowest price possible so one could book. In addition, the app will continue to monitor those dates for any lowered prices and obtain an adjustment for the client and send an update of said changes. Currently, I book my trips sometimes a year out, but keep following for price drops. As one can imagine, this can be very time consuming and likely missed opps.Thanks,Chiquitta
Apple's iPhone has a popular feature known as AirDrop where individuals can transfer files between their phone and laptop without attaching the two electronic devices physically with a cord. Instead, the information is transferred electronically when they two devices are near one another. I think that this idea could be very useful if it were applied to the battery life of devices. There are times when my phone battery is dying and I transfer my files to my laptop to continue working. However, I would like to discover a way to electronically charge/transfer battery power from my charged laptop to my dying mobile device. Although the idea is vague, I believe it would be very beneficial to all mobile device owners.
Hi All,My suggestion is, Create new software for updating drivers. That software scan dell computer and install updates from internet automatically.
Hi, This is a fairly simple idea....and that is simply to create your own Audio equilizer/management software/suite or whatever you want to call it. Hopefully you could colaborate with klipsch... basically, instead of having a third party software, integrate your alienware audio experience into alienware's Command Center....that way you can control driver releases/updates and overall compatibility I know you currently have an application that controls certain features...but I'm reffering to a comprensive suite - Intelligent Eq/Profiles/Bass boost/etc That's the ideaLove to hear what you think Thanks : )
I don't know about you but I really like keeping my system up to date...granted, I'm not obsessed with it; but it's nice to have an up-to-date system. This becomes even more important when reinstalling windows...etc. I'm not sure if this is already implemented or not but I thought I'd throw it out there. Currently Dells/Alienware updating (drivers) process is like this (on their support page): And you simply select the drivers you want. However, If you notice there are (in some of the options) 2 file formats that Dell make you choose from...now if you view the details of them you'll find out that the difference is that one is a zipped file and the other is an executable. However, this can be quite confusing.....combining the cryptic driver names with the fact that you have 2 almost identical looking options can make updating a little bit messy. So here's the idea: Automate updating. Like I said this may already be implemented...Similar to how windows has scheduled updating, do the same with your systems. Alienware have the command center so why not have a centralised location where the computer can determine, based on the service tag or however you want to implement it, which software/drivers need updating...basically centralise and automate updating. It's not like Dell release a new update every day...so it's definitely not going to be frequent. GPU updating is done via Nvidia's updating tool....so no need to worry about that...but say a problem arises with a driver, Dell simply release (automatically) the new driver and it's distributed and updated across all the machines...without people panicking