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For the record, what is the official way to source the ISO file for burning to DVD?
Microsoft seems to do a great job of making this as difficult as possible to locate from numerous previous experiences.
When I buy/refresh a PC, I like to do it properly and blow away all the partitions and start with a fresh HDD and vanilla windows. From experience DVD is still the best way to achieve this vs the USB stick alternative, correct?
You guys don’t seem to have covered this as yet. Big announcement..
HP has released a 14” version in between the 13/15 which is now in the 3:2 display format like Surface.
General tech community consensus was this was the last change needed before declaring this as close to perfect as it gets for laptops. I’m seriously considering the upgrade..
With the HP Spectre x360 being impressively refreshed heading into 2020, and using the Surface series as a benchmarking comparison on design & spec, it seems the last big purchasing hurdle between the two is the screen ratios of 16:9 vs. 3:2.
So why exactly is this an issue for people? Both in theory and in real world scenarios?
Interested to hear peoples takes on this. And noting that this is from a typical consumer perspective excluding business or niche usage requirements.
Why is the general sentiment towards 16:9 as being inferior to 3:2?