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  • Re: NIV 1984 - When will we be able to purchase?

    [quote user="Kevin Olson"] You can still buy the UK version. It looks like the NIV2011UK version will soon be available, which might mean that the 84 version will disappear. [/quote] I suspect that if you already have the NIV84UK you won't lose it once it is taken out of circulation. At least that is how it worked with the US version. I still have the
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bob Schlessman on Mon, Jan 20 2014
  • Re: How Extensively Do You Use Logos 5 in Your Pastoral Ministry?

    Well, I haven't posted on the forums in quite some time, but here is my two cents worth. I first began using Logos with version 2 over 7 years ago. I can't recall the last time I used a paper book in my sermon prep. I have the Logos copies of all my favorite commentaries and bibles. The languages tools are unparalleled and I have a three monitor setup
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bob Schlessman on Mon, Nov 18 2013
  • Re: Is 16 GB enough for a tablet?

    [quote user="alabama24"] (Wow. For a 32 GB device, you have a lot of "free space!") [/quote] I know, right? I was surprised by that myself. But none of the apps I have installed take up a lot of space. Total space used by apps is 368 Mbytes. The largest are Kindle - 52 Mb and Logos 41 Mb.
    Posted to General by Bob Schlessman on Thu, Mar 21 2013
  • Re: Is 16 GB enough for a tablet?

    [quote user="alabama24"] Bob - The issue isn't memory (ram), but storage space.The number of programs "running" isn't an issue. A 64 GB device won't let you "run" more apps than a 16 GB device… but it will let you install more. (16/32/64 refers to the storage space on the device, not the ram). [/quote] True enough Alabama. In my desire for brevity I
    Posted to General by Bob Schlessman on Thu, Mar 21 2013
  • Re: Is 16 GB enough for a tablet?

    [quote user="Bruce Dunning"] I'm in the middle of deciding which new tablet I'd like to get which will be primarily used for reading books and not serious study. From experience I'd be interested in hearing whether people think that 16 GB is enough for that purpose or what thoughts they had on this subject. FYI - I'm pretty sure I'm going to go with
    Posted to General by Bob Schlessman on Wed, Mar 20 2013
  • Re: Multiple Monitors and Logos set-ups

    [quote user="abondservant"] Pixel Depth is important, but All I care about is that I cannot see the pixels. So long as when I look at a display model someplace, I can't see jagged text, or the shape of the pixels themselves, then its all good. High pixel depth is only a benefit in so far as you can see the difference. Once you reach a certain point
    Posted to General by Bob Schlessman on Thu, Mar 14 2013
  • Re: Multiple Monitors and Logos set-ups

    [quote user="David P. Moore"] Ever since then, I've always paid attention to pixels-per-inch when it comes to monitors (I go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_displays_by_pixel_density as they are all calculated out). My latest purchase was a ASUS N56VJ-DH71 with a 15.6-Inch display, and it gives me 141 ppi--not iPhone sharp but very good text
    Posted to General by Bob Schlessman on Wed, Mar 13 2013
  • Re: Multiple Monitors and Logos set-ups

    [quote user="John"] One big monitor is better than 2 or 3 smaller ones (my opinion). I[/quote] John, I can't envision a scenario where this would be true for me. I have found my three 21.5" monitor setup quite efficient and highly preferable to a single monitor, not only for Logos but especially for multitasking. Here is a picture of my setup: I can
    Posted to General by Bob Schlessman on Tue, Mar 12 2013
  • Re: Benchmarking

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"] Putting in re-indexing as one of the tests was not a good idea! It's taking about 15 hours to reindex on the slower disks, so I'm still waiting for that figure. Once I have it, I'll post up the results of the drive tests, and do the RAM/CPU tests later. [/quote] Wow! That is a long time Mark, even for a mechanical hard drive
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bob Schlessman on Tue, Feb 12 2013
  • Re: What would be the Ideal specifications for a Computer to run Logos?

    [quote user="Unix living in celibacy"]It's true that You should be careful about the SSD wear.[/quote] [quote user="Unix living in celibacy"] A 256GB SSD to install Windows & Logos on for a huge speed boose (see again Mark Barnes post above) and a large HDD to use for data files and other applications (as well as temporary files and swap file to minimize
    Posted to General by Bob Schlessman on Tue, Feb 12 2013
  • Re: What would be the Ideal specifications for a Computer to run Logos?

    [quote user="The Redlines"] One of the first things I'd make sure to consider is adding a second equal sized monitor beside the first. It sure is great to have extra desktop space and LOGOS allows you to use both so you can drag and drop between both windows. Also allows you to search the web while still having the ability to physically see what you
    Posted to General by Bob Schlessman on Tue, Feb 12 2013
  • Re: Does Video Card effect on Logos performance?

    [quote user="alabama24"] [quote user="Slava Novik"]EDIT: How does it affect on performance if Logos is 32 bit program?[/quote] If you are ONLY running Logos, it won't. If you multi-task (as I do), it would be beneficial. [/quote]
    Posted to General by Bob Schlessman on Tue, Feb 12 2013
  • Re: Does Video Card effect on Logos performance?

    [quote user="Slava Novik"] Hi to all, I have i7 2600k processor, SSD (read/write about 500mb/s), 8gb Ram, integrated video (HD300). I never play games. Do I have to upgrade video card, or there is no need to throw $$. Will it improve performance on Logos, or Win 8? As well, is there a need to add more ram? [/quote] Hi Slava, I too have a Sandy Bridge
    Posted to General by Bob Schlessman on Mon, Feb 11 2013
  • Re: CPU heats ups

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"] PC's are not under as much stress as I rarely see more than 50% when indexing [/quote] I agree Dave. My laptop is an older dual-core Acer that tends to run fairly warm even under normal conditions. When I upgraded it to Logos 5 it handled the install and subsequent indexing without getting much hotter than with normal daily
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bob Schlessman on Thu, Dec 27 2012
  • Re: Logos 5 and Windows XP

    [quote user="John"]I think I will just stick with Windows 7[/quote] That's nice John. Good for you. Have a good life my friend
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bob Schlessman on Wed, Dec 26 2012
  • Re: Logos 5 and Windows XP

    [quote user="John"] You have a turkey installed on your computer too. Enjoy your turkey [/quote] Once again, merely your opinion.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bob Schlessman on Tue, Dec 25 2012
  • Re: Logos 5 and Windows XP

    [quote user="John"]Windows 8 offers zero true benefit to any traditional computer with a keyboard and mouse, and no touchscreen device .[/quote] In your opinion. But I have found numerous benefits and none of my systems are touch screen devices. [quote user="John"]And XP has yet to be "supplanted" by Vista, Win7 or Win8. According to cnet XP still has
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bob Schlessman on Tue, Dec 25 2012
  • Re: Logos 5 and Windows XP

    [quote user="John"] You just described the new Windows 8 start screen ... an add-on that isn't even necessary! In my opinion, Windows 8 isnt necessary. Windows 7 is the new XP [/quote] The Windows 8 Start Screen is much more than that John. It provides several features not available from Windows 7 and the old Start Menu. And the boot time improvement
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bob Schlessman on Mon, Dec 24 2012
  • Re: Logos 5 and Windows XP

    [quote user="Dave Hooton"]It's a brave new world for MS seeing they have to appease the business world as well as compete with modern apps on phones and tablets. I poked around in the corners, used the Windows-key shortcuts and typed program names into the Run box for quite some time before deciding it was too unproductive for how I prefer to work on
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bob Schlessman on Mon, Dec 24 2012
  • Re: Logos 5 and Windows XP

    [quote user="Keep Smiling 4 Jesus :)"]User Interface quirks: e.g. move mouse pointer to lower right corner, then right click for a hidden menu. [/quote] Or press Windows Key + X and pull up the same menu.
    Posted to Logos 5 by Bob Schlessman on Tue, Dec 18 2012
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