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@haroldpI can get the Exif on my iPhone 6 Plus, so, I suspect I do not need to examine it on my Macbook at present.... as to letting El Capitan cook a bit longer.....agree
@epthomas: How do you find the mail app? Also I am unable to use twin screens with my laptop, Xrite's advanced calibration process doesn't work right and the second screen doesn't render correctly consistently. Grrr!
I have now stripped my one Windows 10 system of all the crapware possible - as well as removed a dozen or so attempts by MS to sneak similar functionality into Windows 7. So far, so good - but it is a sad indictment of my trust in Microsoft that I have now disabled automatic updates and research each patch before applying it.
Windows 7 is good until January 2020 - so hopefully by then Ubuntu 20.04 will be a solid replacement!
10 went in 10 went out,
you shake all about
do the hokie pokie
you turn yourself around
No joke it's been in and out of several systems. I'm back with 7, 10 missing too much unless you setup an account and play their game. I don't want cloud computing.
Meantime, apparently there is a free download called 'Classic Shell which gives Win 10 a more classic Win 7 look. I'll probably try it as it can be de-installed if no good. The same guy also recommended a free MS download called Windows live mail which give the bonus of off-line availability of one's emails.
Not Windows10 related but something you may find intereresting ... Some friends were flying in from Europe to stay with us. An airplane icon appeared on top of wife's Samsung phone. Clicked it and it said such'n such flight is delayed for 40 minutes. None of us in the house had checked airport arrival times for that flight nor added anything about it to our calendars. So how on earth did the Android know our friends were on that delayed flight ?
Turns out our friends sent us an email a couple of months ago with their flight details/ numbers ... Gmail apparently has such a feature - reading through itineraries @-) !
Seems the more features I have on a computer, the more I think someone is in the shower with me....LOL
Oh, yes, El Capitan on the Mac..... now I cannot find the full Exif data on my photo viewing program Preview. No ISO is shown......who knows?
I am on yosemite 10.10.1 .
It sounds like I should let El Capitan cook a little longer.
Nikon N90s, F100, F, lots of Leica M digital and film stuff.
I do have a Dell Windows 7 Pro build that installs on any Dell without requiring a key, even those originally shipped with Windows 8 (it uses the SLIC), which is useful as I have swapped out a number of disks.
Interestingly, Windows 7 can still be sold by Dell - the end of sales is October 31, 2016 (same as Windows 8.1) - and I have had no drivers issues although my systems are not the very latest.
As for speed - I do not know whether my Windows 7 systems are significantly slower than a Windows 10 install would be. I guess it would be due to the tweaking and patching that is added to the base build to bring it up to date.
I can get the Exif on my iPhone 6 Plus, so, I suspect I do not need to examine it on my Macbook at present.... as to letting El Capitan cook a bit longer.....agree
A window called "more info" should pop up, in there click on the "i" with a circle tab at the top. You will see "Exif" and "Nikon" and lots of other goodies there. LMK if this helps. What app are you using for exif on the iPhone?
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