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  • Forrest Smith

    Hey Moo!

     

    Welcome. Glad things are mostly working for you!

     

    To address your concerns in order:

     

    • I have seen this bug elsewhere as well. I think you might gind it is resolved in v67.1. It's on our Dev Channel right now, so if you're willing to put up with some potential instability, you can switch and see if that helps.
    • I don't have a good answer here - the display, gpu, or something else  - if you go look at these specs, can you confirm which CPU/GPU you have in your version? Maybe one of them is not properly supported on CloudReady
    • This issue is probably related to the info above- there may just be some variation in hardware that we need to quirk and haven't yet.

    We really appreciate you sharing your findings - whether we can workaround/fix them or not, you're right that the collective knowledge about stuff like this is helpful when available.

     

  • Moo Eiselstein

    Hello Forrest,

    Thanks for your response!

    • When a version is on the Dev Channel, approximately how long does it take for it become a stable version? The problem is minor,m so I will probably just wait for the new version to become stable
    • I have an Asus X407MA and the CPU is: Intel® Celeron® N4000 Processor, (4 M Cache, up to 2.6 GHz). As I mentioned, I’m not a computer guy, but my computer says that I have two of these in there

    Thanks again for your help! If there is anything that I can do to help by providing information or whatever, please let me know.

  • Moo Eiselstein

    I just wanted to follow up and say that I am really enjoying this CloudReady! I did not anticipate using this laptop this much over my iPad Pro, but I can't seem to stop doing work on it. 

    It's an amazing experience. Thanks to everyone that put work into this, I am really appreciative.

  • Joseph

    Thanks for the update man. By Dev. Build it usually takes about 2 weeks or so to become stable or if that longer. For your other question, what you mean by your pc mentioned it has two? Two cpus. Your cpu has 2 cores/2 threads

     

    Look/Read https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyper-threading

  • Moo Eiselstein

    Hi Joseph,

    Thanks for your response. I can't remember where I saw the information, but when I looked up the CPU information on my computer, it said that I had two at 1.1 each. I imagine that's what you posted with the Wikipedia article. 

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