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  • Re: Microsoft Surface

    I think I understand. I do not use the Logos app at all. I only use the full blown Logos Bible Software on my SP3. In that regard, I am quite happy with having the ability to use all the features of the software on a my computer in tablet form. :-) Here is my one suggestion for Logos though. The software started off in the Windows OS platform, and I
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Russell E. Hixon on Fri, Aug 22 2014
  • Re: Microsoft Surface

    Jeremy wrote: "My SP3 has really been revolutionary for me. Getting to use full blown LOGOS without having to haul my laptop, and experience the awkwardness of using my laptop while sitting in an armchair at Starbucks, has been wonderful. What has not been wonderful is the very lousy Windows app for LOGOS." I don't think I am tracking with you. If you
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Russell E. Hixon on Thu, Aug 21 2014
  • Re: Microsoft Surface

    I have a Surface Pro 3 and did not see anyway to use the pen to write in Logos notes. I would be more than happy for someone to correct me.
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Russell E. Hixon on Wed, Jul 2 2014
  • Re: Microsoft Surface

    Todd, it will require you to use an external USB DVD drive. You can pick one up from Amazon for between $15-45. This is a good investment if you have a Surface Pro 3 since many programs still require a DVD drive to install.
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Russell E. Hixon on Wed, Jul 2 2014
  • Re: Microsoft Surface

    Thanks. I think I will like it as well. I think the new 12" screen size along with the new configuration options will provide a nice mobile device that I can use for serious development work, research and reading (including my Bible study using Logos software). I am not a fan of apps (usually too limited), but I love the battery life, size and ease
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Russell E. Hixon on Tue, May 27 2014
  • Re: Microsoft Surface

    The best thing about the Surface Pro 3 is that we can now have full blown Logos running on a mobile tablet form factor. No limitations of an app! Yes, I am aware that previous Surface Pros could do this as well, but the weight, size, hard edges, and heat kept me from making the leap. Surface Pro 3 seems to answer all of my previous complaints, so I
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Russell E. Hixon on Wed, May 21 2014
  • Re: Microsoft Surface

    Here’s the most important thing: The much-awaited Microsoft Surface Pro 2 is a long battery-life variant of the real Microsoft Surface Pro (the one you are complaining about). Added to that, the laptop is enhanced with present-generation Haswell CPU and an improved backlit keyboard. This makes the tablet one of the best gadgets ever crafted from Microsoft
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Russell E. Hixon on Mon, Feb 24 2014
  • Re: Microsoft Surface

    Waiting for the market share to hit 10% or greater? News came out yesterday that might provide a slight glimmer of hope. "The IDC recently revealed that the market share of Windows-based tablets has risen from 1% in 2012, to 3.4% in 2013. Whilst this is still a small percentage of the market, that number is predicted to rise to 10.2% by 2017." http
    Posted to Windows Store Apps by Russell E. Hixon on Sat, Jan 25 2014
  • Re: NASB77 vs NASB95

    How do I get the NASB77 in my library? I have been using Logos since Version 2.0 Level 3, but can not find it in my library. Any ideas?
    Posted to Logos 4 by Russell E. Hixon on Wed, Jan 5 2011
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