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Is the surface pro fanless?
I don't know. I haven't open it. It does have openings for it.
Is the keyboard back lit?
The keyboard does have back light, so you can type more or less in low light. Thouhg, it would not be advisable.
Will the battery decrease if you get Windows pro 10?
The battery life depends on many different factors, like the light of the screen and all the background processes. Usually, newer is better.
Does Office come with the computer, or do I have to get it separately?
Microsoft office only lasts for a year, like most of Microsoft computers. You can buy it, or pay a monthly fee for using the programs, and their future updates.
Is this computer down gradable? I don't like the new windows OPS?
Most Microsoft computers can be upgraded and down graded as one desires. You can even put windows 97, if you have nostalgia for old OPS, wouln't recommend it, however.
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- This Microsoft surface laptop is 7th generation. It comes with an Intel Core i5 processor. It comes with 128 GB, 4GB Ram, and 14 hours of video playback.
- It has what Microsoft considers its best software. It comes with both Window and Office.
- It has a nice sleek, design, and light enough to fit in your bag.
- The keyboard lights, up if you are into that sort of thing.
- It has a 3.5 mm headset jack, and an aluminum outer shell.
- The computer was designed for Windows 10.
- It focuses on speed and security.
Hardware Platform: Unknown
Operating System: Windows 10 S
Release Date: 2017-06-15
Warranty: Warranty on Parts and Labor
This is the Microsoft computer that my brother bought for me. I only get it because my Lenovo was dying on me. I had my old laptop since 2008. So, needless to say it lasted for a pretty long time. After long usages, my old computer had gotten way to slow. This is in part due to all the updates. Douches keep coming up with malwares and the companies need to come up with patches. So far the computer has worked the way I expected.
However, I have not used any of the gimmick aspects of it, like Microsoft's answer to Photoshop. Frankly, I still prefer Photoshop. The computer comes with facial recognition software, so you do not need a password. I have seen the computer fooled by a recent portrait photo, so be careful. The facial recognition is not fool proof. I still prefer the old password system. My family has been a Microsoft user since 1999, when we bought our first computer.
I have used Apples, mostly in school. I got to say that Apples have not changed much since the Macintosh. They had a couple of those in my primary school. They were pretty annoying, mostly because they had no right click. I also have a couple of pet peeves to pick with Microsoft, but nothing is perfect.
As of now, I only bother to use Microsoft Word, and Excel. The rest of the power of this PC is only noticeable in the internet. It can handle a lot of open tabs without freezing on me. I do not do too many crazy things with my computer. So in a sense, you could say I am not using it to its full potential. However, this is a work computer. If I wanted a play computer, I would get an Xbox. There is a lot of play features in this computer, I have not bothered to tamper with. As I said before, I only do serious things with my computer.