The free Calibre application is indeed the way to go. During installation, be sure to indicate you're using a Kobo. Calibre will convert all of your non-epub books properly.
Given the number of inquiries Paul gets regarding stylus support for every tablet he reviews, I assume that digital ink has a bigger market than we think. Now, we could suppose that the same 10...
Impressive update in every way. No doubt someone will find something to complain about, but for me, this is a huge positive step.
Microsoft is moving from "Pleasing no one all of the time" to "pleasing some people some of the time."
This is progress, in a climate where MS is slammed no matter what they do.
I'm surprised no one has said "A new feature from Microsoft? How do I turn it off?" and "I liked it better when I couldn't print."
This is fascinating. In the same way no one predicted the demise of Blackberry, perhaps no one predicted the ascendance of WP. Or at least that's the fantasy I hold onto. ;-)
And since I...
(1) These are new settings, not settings moved over from Control Panel
(2) These settings pertain to Modern apps. Placing them in PC Settings is logical.
(3) The main thrust of recent...
The update didn't show up for me (here in Canada) until around 3pm. The changes are subtle but useful. I'm optimistic for Windows 9.
Indexing does seem to be a problem right now. I have 50,000 songs, and VLC becomes unresponsive for so long that I kill it. But I'm not stressed out. It's a beta, and I expect problems.
Some nice touches. Now, if 2 Modern apps are snapped together, I assume each will have a taskbar icon. Can I assume that clicking on one will bring up both, snapped side by side?