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About Deftlizard

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  1. I would personally avoid any tablet(android included) unless it runs full Windows 8 like the HP Stream 7. Of course there is the obvious limitation of the Stream with only a 1 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage but for $99 you get a lot.In the higher price ranges there is the Dell Venue 8 pro and the Asus transformer T100 and the Acer Switch 10. The last of which I do own and will say I am quite fond of it. However I am not into social media and I barely play any games on my phone, Nexus 5, and I do on occasion play asphalt 8 on the Switch but I still mainly use it for office.
  2. Thanks for the help guys, really appreciate it.
  3. I just purchased the Acer Aspire Switch 10 and it came with McAfee installed. The program hasn't caused any major issues but I would like help in getting rid of it. Any advice?
  4. I use Hangouts because when I only had a S3 with no service (hand-me-down wifi only) it let me send pictures and see if someone read the message.I now own a Nexus 5 with hangouts as the default messaging app. I do use the desktop client acctionally but I many use my Nexus or S3.
  5. I think the case is probably my favorite part. I really like minimalistic design on cases but this one has the aggressive angles and is minimal, but aggressive without being "gamer high performance red" or something to that effect.
  6. My favorite thing is the settings. I use an old semi broke hand me down S3 (Small crack in the glass above the screen and broken usb port) and one of the things that drives me mad is the settings menu on touchwiz.
  7. About a month ago my notebook was stepped on and the screen broke. I recently replaced the screen but when I turned it on it took almost an hour to boot windows. Now my notebooks hard drive is making a whirring and clicking sound and know that it the read head clicks but I can hear it from about a foot away and the notebook is not detecting it. I had ubuntu boot disc and it detects it but when I try to benchmark it gives me an error saying that the operation failed. What I really want to know is can the data be recovered. The drive looks fine on the outside but I don't know what the inside looks like. I am willing to take apart the drive if I have to. I should also mention that the warranty has expired.