Why I Ultimately Dumped my Surface Pro 3
There comes a time when enough, is just enough…
Its hard to know where to start with this one. I’ve been a Windows guy for so long – nearly 20 years – that in the end… I feel like I abandoned my post, or something. However, there comes a time when you know you’ve fought the good fight and that you just can’t fight any more. I never thought I would ever say this, but personally, I really think I’m done with Windows and Windows 10. So much so, that I’ve sold my Surface Pro 3.
Over the past year, I’ve written a bit on how much of a problem OneNote and Windows 10 can be together. Funny thing is, I thought it was limited to Office 2013. Unfortunately, its not.
Even with OneNote 2016 ink still disappears on all Surface Pro tablets running both Windows 10 and OneNote.
I’ve also noticed that while things should be getting more and more stable on Windows 10, they aren’t. They just aren’t. Not on my Surface Pro 3.
And to be quite honest, I was willing to live with it. I was going to figure out some way to work through it. I wasn’t going to be easy, but I was resigned to it, in a sense.
That is, until I found this thread.
This problem is not going to end during the life cycle of this device. Period.