|A&B) They don't have batteries as you so stated. But the feature is useful in other ways too. Having the screen adjust based on ambient light is actually better on your eyes. If it's generally dark, it's not a good thing to have a bright light in your face. On a laptop, it also happens to mean battery life goes up.
C) Time to sleep: 2 seconds. Time to wake: 1.5 second.
D) As in the time it takes me to physically move the screen to my desired position, the system is awake again.
E) Tell Microsoft that. I have gone over a month of usage on my Powerbook, sleeping and waking it up multiple times a day without a reboot. Let me know when Windows lets you do that for even a week. Hell, half the time the fans on my 9100 go into overdrive from a single sleep session.
CD: Hey hey guess what? My 6 year old P3 can do that too!
E: Whadayaknow. I havent turned my computer off once in the last month with Win2000 and it runs as smooth as ever. So Windows does work for 'even' a week. And about the 9100... its a 9100... a Dell... a Dell 9100... nuff said.
|I'm done with this discussion period. It serves no useful purpose
What? What about:
|Thanks for proving exactly why I will never attempt a logical discussion here about operating systems.
having a logical discussion here...