There is an issue with Intel-powered Surface devices and I want to actually get Microsoft to hear me out about this, I don’t want to just complain or talk into the wind. What is the best way to do this? Do you have to be a high profile person to get them to actually do something?
<p>actually if you've had no joy through the obvious support and feedback channels – you might consider emailing Paul here, might be an interesting article topic for him, I think there's plenty of MS people who keep an eye on his articles. </p><p><br></p><p>This is assuming your "issue" isn't part of the (ahem) known issues (or variant of) from the last few years. I personally think the biggest under-discussed problem is … well INTEL really.</p>
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