Well, here we are in the last third of January, 2016. It's been almost a month since my last post and a lot has transpired since then.
In this post I only intend to address an issue that I've experienced, and apparently, from what I've seen in YouTube (University), there have been many others who have experienced the same.
I downloaded Windows 10 on January 10th - no, I was not working with numerology, I was waiting till the last few days before Service Pack 1 expired, which was the 13th. What I thought would be easy, turned out to be... well, not so. Without going through all the gory details (a wee bit of exaggeration there), I finally got Windows 10 installed and running. Before I continue, I should say that I'm not a programmer, tech geek, or anything of the sort. I'm just your ordinary guy that looks for things that suits my needs and finds out what I can do with what I have.
After installing Windows 10, with my external monitor still plugged into my computer, and operating, Windows 10 wouldn't recognize the screen on my laptop - only the external monitor. In short, I:
So, for a short time, I got used to working with one screen again, while waiting for a friend who is a programmer to work on it.
One day, while multitasking, I had to walk away from my computer, and when I returned less than a half-hour later, the computer was off. I didn't shut it down, nor did we have a brown or black-out. I restarted it, and while restarting, the screens went black, so I tapped the "Start" button on my computer... nothing. So I did it again - both screens came on!
I still can't adjust my computer to just come online with both screens as with Windows 7, but I can live with two extra clicks before signing in to Windows 10 to get both screens working.
Making the above short:
Worthy of note:
I have a Dell N5050. It's a basic computer, but I like basic computers. I can add programs and apps which I like and I'm familiar with.
Hope this helps!
Well now, I'd love to tell you about all of the work I've had recently, but translating an academic paper for a grant, and editing other material is not something I can share, however I've just completed the major portion of creating a new website and integrating many things that make it functional for the user/owner; we even created his new logo and business card. To view this site, just click the link below. It's not a "fancy" site, but the owner is happy with it.
How can we help you?
It's been a LONG time since we've put our attention here in K WAVe 6 Productions, but only because the majority of our attention has been spent on K WAVe 6 Radio, our sister company.
Today, the website has been updated and modified a bit, mainly in the navigation menu. The navigation menu has been shorted a bit and categorized according to the name of the company, "WAVe" which is now explained in the "About" page.
Please visit us often for more updates that are coming soon, for example:
There are a lot of additions, changes and upgrades coming to serve your needs.
Kirk (the "K" in K WAVe 6) is the person behind, and in front of the K WAVe 6 name. Kirk has several independent contractors that work well with him, all with the same standard of excellence.