After 18 months of frustration with my D-Link DIR-890L, I took advantage of Amazon's Black Friday sales and upgraded to a Linksys AC5400 router and their AC1900+ (RE7000) Range Extender. The D-Link keeps dropping internal connections, even Ethernet ones.
After the last firmware update on mt Panasonic Lumix DMC GX-8 camera body, The auto review screen changed so that 3/4 of it was information, and 1/4 image. I could not figure out how to change this, so I went online and tried their online chat.
When the representative answered, she sent me instructions to reset the camera. I responded that this was not what I wanted to do, and that it takes forever to reset all menu items. She never responded and left me sitting there.
About a year ago, I bought a German program called Piccure+. In principle, this program does the best job at sharpening blurred images due to lens softness or to camera shake. But it has a very strange (very German!) user interface, and more important, even though they claim support for DxO OpticsPro (my favorite photo editing program), I could never get it to work with DxO.
This review will be evolving as I learn more about my LG G5
I recently added a Panasonic Lumix DMC-GX8 to my micro 4/3 camera collection for several reasons:
The saga of my attempts to make excellent recordings of the Oak Ridge Symphony Orchestra
Given the debate about the nuclear treaty with Iran, it is strange that no one has actually discussed what would happen if Iran used the bomb. I asked a friend who runs a code to do these calculations, to see what a 10-kiloton bomb would do if dropped on Tel Aviv. This is probably the optimum target because the winds flow from West to East. There are two issues: immediate bomb damage and fallout.
Windows 10 has been released now, and on the whole, I have been enjoying it since its first public release; and I still do.
But there are still a few kinks to iron out:
It is July 7, and I have already run out of my monthly Comcast data allocation. I get friendly e-mails every few hours telling me this. It will now cost me $10 for every 20 GB I use.
I decided that I have had it with Sprint. They just do not have any service despite their claims. I never get more than 1 bar of signal, and have never even gotten a 1 Mbps data transfer rate.