When I received my 32" lcd screen it had an extremely large amount of Styrofoam. Dell is working to be environmentally friendly, maybe they should consider a better packing material at least one that will biodegrade. Status Update: Dell's latest strategy on better packaging for the environment can be found here and here.
Hi, ist it possible to provide a "save cart" option, which simply stores the current cart?To get the price, I add everything to the cart, see how much it costs. I tell my boss what it costs. Now I need to order a few cables quickly. I have to empty the cart, buy the cables, and add everything back to the cart again.A "save cart" button (similar to lists) would be a huge time saver.Regards, F. Esche
Hi, if I want to make a new order but haven't sent the old one, I have to remove every single item by hand. A "clear cart" button which removes everything from the cart would be a fantastic tool to speed up that process.Regards, F. Esche
I live in Belgium and bought the XPS 13" for its touchscreen HOWEVER the reflective screen drives me nuts when i sit near a window at home or in the office with the lights on. Simple request: please make XPS 13" models that have an anti-glare touchscreen (FHD or QHD+) and also make it available in countries like Belgium. Please give this idea a vote up if you support it. Thanks.
I would love to see XPS 15 models with a numeric keypad like 15" Asus, HP laptops have. I work alot with numbers so a laptop with keypad is important to me.
I'd like to see island-style keyboard on Alienware Laptop , I think it could give much more appeal to the product, and a better feel when it is used by bigger hands
I work a lot with SCCM OSD task sequences, and I have some ideas for the cctk component of Dell Command.1. Create some way to modify the UEFI boot order without knowing the ID numbers, like we were able to do in legacy mode. This is needed for automation in OSD. For example, if I want to prevent the machine from automatically booting to a USB drive, IPv4 or IPv6, I would have to know the ID numbers of those to do it in UEFI.2. Create a way to disable SecureBoot by command line, so we can do this for machines that have SecureBoot enabled by default but need to have Windows 7 installed. I realize this could be considered a security issue but you could require a BIOS password like you do for activating TPM.3. Similar to the above request, having a way to clear TPM ownership in WinPE would be very useful for machines that already have a TPM ownership but need to be rebuilt. I noticed there is a --tpmclear command now in the latest version of Command but it does not appear to work, even with using a BIOS password.4. If possible, create a way to perform multiple commands but require only one reboot. For example, these are things I do in my task sequence: Enable TPM, clear TPM, disable legacy roms, enable UEFI, enable SecureBoot, update TPM 1.2 to 2.0, and update the BIOS. It would be nice to not have to do a reboot after each one of those.
Create your own Optimized Version Linux in order to Increase performance and reliability on your devices
I am Windows and Mac user from several years, I work with both daily. I know the advantages / disadvantages of both in function of the workflow and I experienced their evolutions. But never with Linux. Because of the lacking of PRO applications. BUT with this experience I think that THE FUTURE will need an OPEN OS. With the advantage that any computer company, like Dell, could sell its machines with an optimized OS for that specific hardware. In this way instead to have 3 (or n) totally different OS, there will be just ONE and OPEN, but with several version (optimizations of any specific big company). This will trigger the competitiveness that is needed for the continuous improvement of the industry, with the advantage of having a single standard adopted by everyone. In fact the benefits will be: Higher performance and response for all the machinesSimpler coding for the programmer, no huge porting work anymoreEach Computer Company focusing on particular target groups can create the best Ecosystem Hardware/Software optimizing the user workflows.More secure investment for the Computer companies, for the Application Software Companies and the end users, because everybody knows that the OS is solid and everybody are investing in the same OS.Evolution proof, being Open OS everybody can contribute to implement the OS and any Computer Company can develop their best OS version.The % of the current PC price, instead to go to Microsoft, goes to Dell… in order to implement the Open OS. So my input is to start this discussion with the other big computer companies and force all together in this direction. In the moment that one big Software name, like Adobe, will release their version for the Open OS, then the adoption from the user will be very fast. Thank you,Luca
For Dell, the IdeaStorm is a great tool to interact with the clients and anybody interested in Dell.However, when IdeaStorm members have specific questions about the contest, there is no information about a contact person on Dell's side - for example, with questions regarding the IdeaStorm or the ideas.The provision of contact details would help the customers that they do not feel like interacting with an anonymous homepage - but also with Dell's employee.
Better image quality and better battery life.