Re: What notebook did you buy?
I think you meant Bryan. :-)
Another point: on any machine, you may well have a choice in the color
depth to display. Most people cannot tell much difference between
fifteen bit (32 thousand-odd colors), sixteen bit (sixty-four
thousand), and 24 bit (some millions). When your machine is "pushing
pixels" around, the smaller color depth number you are comfortable
with the faster the machine will respond.
Whether it's a good option to reduce the color depth depends on what you are doing. For straight writing, it's a good idea, but less practical, of course, if you're doing a brochure that will be sent to the printer.
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