If Samsung and Apple can make a decent cell phone, why can't Dell?
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I would like to see a 2-in-1 Convertible Chromebook with a similar form factor as the new XPS. Chrome OS is a very touch and pen friendly OS so it would be nice to see a 2-in-1 Chromebook from Dell. Dell's Chromebook 13 is a great high end Chromebook but it's high end competitors (Google's Pixelbook and Samsung's Chromebook Pro) offer more versitility by being convertible and giving the option to use with a stylus.
I've had the idea for a couple of years ot creating a software or feature that allows the consumer to show and electronic copy of their driver's license and social security card. It can be damaging if the wrong person got their hands on your personal identity information. Some consumers, as dangerous as it may be, carry their social security cards in their wallets etc. But rather than do this, why not show it electronically via a software that's been approved by the federal government that deems this technique as valid. I hope this idea becomes reality! It can help save someone's identity from being stolen.ThanksQuinn
It is surprising to me that no one has invented a silent mouse yet. Keyboards are relatively quiet, but I know that it would be great as a graphic designer to not hear the constant click, click, clicking. I would suggest that Dell create a silent mouse accessory.
Presently, Solus OS is one of the best, if not the best, linux distribution.Please give it a try on a Dell Latitude.It is far better than Ubuntu.
It strikes me that today's routers provide pretty good protection against a lot of non-user-initiated attacks against the OS. They're also very inexpensive. That sparked an idea:How about building the firewall portion right onto the motherboard of today's laptops and desktops.It should be possible to bundle that into a single chip. It should sit between the motherboard and any built-in network connection, like wired Ethernet and Wi-Fi cards. (3rd party devices, like a USB Wi-Fi dongle would have to fend for itself.) It could be configured to act almost like a separate component. Most of the configuration could be done through a browser, just like today's routers. There should be an option to bypass the firewall on some of the connections, for maximum performance when necessary.This would provide the ability to plug in/log in to any network without exposing the OS to potential attack. Say, a laptop being used on a poorly-configured coffee shop Wi-Fi that exposes the customers' computers to each other. Or, attending a LAN party and plugging your desktop into a new network.This would also give Dell an opportunity, for a while, to advertise that their computers are better protected than the competition.
One of the most frustrating parts of owning a laptop is, after a coupla years, the filter to the cooling has gotten so clogged with dust that the laptop starts shutting down randomly.The frustating part isn't that it happens. What's frustrating is that simply cleaning the filter involves nearly breaking down the entire laptop. Usually from 20-40 screws, often removing the keyboard, and once, I had to remove the monitor. One time, I had to go get some thermal paste because there was no way to get at the filter without removing the entire radiator assembly, including the heat sink on the CPU.So, my request is, please provide very simple one- or two-screw access to the filter in front of the radiator. No special tools required.
I'm a web developer, wannabe game programmer and game player. My ideal monitor would be:30", 16:10, IPS, LED backlighting, narrow bezels, 4k at 60 Hz and capable of 144 Hz at 2k.Nice to have: I am currently running nVidia, so GSync would be nice, but I'd like the flexibility of a Freesync version.Also, I can envision that some people might prefer 27", and, of course that would be less expensive. But, these old eyes would have a very difficult time reading anything at 4k on a 27" monitor.
Here's an idea... how about Dell or a Dell rep acknowledge the threads on this site?Yes, I see that the status is "Acknowledged", but that looks scripted to me - automatic server process.We're taking time out of our day to give Dell free ideas, when we actually don't even know if our posts are being read.Perception is everything.
3 s – stability security save A new concept for smart people Ordinary people use computer for different goals- use computer to play games or navigate to internet and to use social media- use to write, to draw or to calculate tax- use to make shopping and payThe specialist use computer at work for different and special jobs But all this need 3 s 1.stability at operation system and have a button or a key combination to revert at a stability version of software when take a virus2. security for date who use and for work who made3.save periodically the work For example, an account makes and write everyday thousand of operation and he is needing to save his work. Maybe if the computer has an additional hard disk who save the accounts work - the account is happier – this is a computer for accounting – your data is save automatically A parent want that the children make safety when navigate to internet and maybe if parents receive a data report (make a simple software) and have possibility to block some address … a intelligent parents choose this product who have a little software When your computer receives a virus is a bad day and is must to go to a specialist to fixes ..but if I have a key combination… PS. a account search for a solution to save daily work, a parent search a solution to control internet navigation