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  • Re: Tablet for Logos?

    If you didn't see it on Faithlife, I have 2 GB ram.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Mon, Nov 23 2015
  • Re: Tablet for Logos?

    [quote user="David Taylor Jr"] What folder do we need to look at to see our current library size, and how much does the desktop app itself take? I'm looking into tablets as well. [/quote] local disk c > users >your name > app data > local > logos. Right click on the logos folder then properties. You will see the total size. I get by with 64 GB. But
    Posted to General by Paul C on Mon, Nov 23 2015
  • Re: Tablet for Logos?

    [quote user="John Goodman"] It sounds from the responses like running desktop logos on a tablet is going to need one beefy and expensive tablet anyways? [/quote] Not at all. The Venue 8 pro can be had for $150 - $200. The 11 pro with more ram and i5 processor for $400 or so on ebay.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Mon, Nov 23 2015
  • Re: Tablet for Logos?

    [quote user="John Goodman"]Is logos on windows 10 effectively desktop logos?[/quote] Yes, with the exception of touch screen functions. There are tons of options in this realm. I own 2. A Lenovo x220t. ...A convertible laptop/tablet hybrid. It handles Logos as well as my desktop in laptop mode. But it is very thick and clunky as a tablet and you run
    Posted to General by Paul C on Mon, Nov 23 2015
  • Re: Portable Logos

    Here's what I would recommend. It handles Logos full desktop software at more than acceptable speed. The upgrade to Windows 10 is painless. The others are right. If you foresee doing anything above casual reading on a tablet type device, You simply must have Windows. I do have this same model tablet and am very satisfied with it. http://www.ebay.com
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sun, Nov 22 2015
  • Re: Touch screen advice

    [quote user="Mark Barnes"]Paul's suggestion of touchmousepointer was the most useful[/quote]Thanks Mark. That was most kind of you. [quote user="Mark Barnes"]Of course, I'd like to see Logos more usable on touch devices, but until more people are using them I guess Logos are right not to make it a priority.[/quote]Yes. But I still don't see why it would
    Posted to Logos 6 by Paul C on Mon, Nov 9 2015
  • Re: Touch screen advice

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    Posted to Logos 6 by Paul C on Sun, Nov 8 2015
  • Re: Dubious books about origins. Why does Logos promote them?

    RHIP!
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, Sep 26 2015
  • Re: Anyone using Logos on a small inexpensive 8 inch Windows Tablet?

    I think you are being very logical. As you say, deleting the recovery partition will give you almost the same as a clean install. Sorry if my suggestion caused you any inconvenience.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Thu, Sep 10 2015
  • Re: Anyone using Logos on a small inexpensive 8 inch Windows Tablet?

    Thanks, John, for taking time to clarify this. I wasn't aware of the extra steps. Do you intend to do it anyway ... or just accept the upgrade?
    Posted to General by Paul C on Thu, Sep 10 2015
  • Re: Anyone using Logos on a small inexpensive 8 inch Windows Tablet?

    Microsoft and Dell team up to put Surface tablets in your workplace http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/microsoft-and-dell-team-up-to-put-surface-tablets-in-your-workplace/ar-AAe490U?ocid=spartandhp
    Posted to General by Paul C on Tue, Sep 8 2015
  • Re: Why have some Apple & Android tablets "lost" their dowmloaded volumes?

    [quote user="JohnB"] [quote user="Lee"]Last the cost of a windows 10 tablet.[/quote] £142.80 to my front door for a re-furbished one. [/quote]
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sun, Sep 6 2015
  • Re: Still waiting on that Logos coffee mug...

    They have announced a tentative ship date for the mug.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sun, Sep 6 2015
  • Re: Why have some Apple & Android tablets "lost" their dowmloaded volumes?

    [quote user="JohnB"]I hope to be moving to a Win 10 tablet in the next few weeks.[/quote] I don't understand why there is not a mass migration in that direction.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, Sep 5 2015
  • Re: Anyone using Logos on a small inexpensive 8 inch Windows Tablet?

    [quote user="JohnB"]I see that we have been traveling a similar path[/quote][quote user="JohnB"]Thanks again for your encouragement.[/quote]Glad to share. As you know, The pioneer's road can be a bit rocky. I only ask you share with the next pilgrim.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Tue, Sep 1 2015
  • Re: Anyone using Logos on a small inexpensive 8 inch Windows Tablet?

    [quote user="JohnB"]I was planning to take my (comparatively heavy) netbook but if this works it should do nicely if I can squeeze Skype in as well.[/quote] If You are patient enough to use Logos on a netbook with the early Atom processor, You will be ecstatic with the Venue. It literally runs rings around my netbook. Just as an aside. I managed to
    Posted to General by Paul C on Tue, Sep 1 2015
  • Re: Anyone using Logos on a small inexpensive 8 inch Windows Tablet?

    All refurbished units do not include office. If yours does, there will be a disk and product key in the box. Mine came with Office loaded but not activated. I guess the disk is for back up. If it is not found in the box, I don't think Dell keeps a record of the windows keys. W 10 includes a somewhat streamlined version of OneNote. If I didn't already
    Posted to General by Paul C on Tue, Sep 1 2015
  • Re: Anyone using Logos on a small inexpensive 8 inch Windows Tablet?

    Hi, John; I don't recall the specific size of the 10 upgrade. I do have a smaller library than you. ( https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 Having the disk pre-recorded will drastically reduce the time involved in installing 10. Be sure to get the 32 bit version. I am confident you will enjoy your new toy. Please keep us updated
    Posted to General by Paul C on Mon, Aug 31 2015
  • Re: External Storage Options

    Since your machine has adequate ram, it is possible to run an extensive library on it. I have a 64 GB tablet that functions acceptably. You might consider backing up the recovery partition, Then eliminating it from the machine. This should give you ample room. It will be much snappier if you can run Logos on the internal drive. If you dedicate it to
    Posted to Logos 6 by Paul C on Sat, Aug 22 2015
  • Re: Anyone using Logos on a small inexpensive 8 inch Windows Tablet?

    You are correct. Don't know how I missed it. This does make things simpler on the tablet. Wouldn't it be sweet if it worked in any window? Thanks again
    Posted to General by Paul C on Tue, Aug 18 2015
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