Man, I really feel for the poor fellow!
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QuoteSmall Rant to Microsoft:
While I'm at it, if I had a second wish it would be: Store the operating system and programs on one partition and all my files on another by default so re-imaging is quick and easy, without affecting my files/data. I do this manually any time I get a new machine, but I still have to go through and change the default locations of things like My Documents, My Pictures, et cetera. Why mingle all my data on the same logical drive as the OS and programs? If something borks my registry or otherwise pollutes my operating system, I want to just re-image and move on with life.
Whew! Sorry about that, guys/gals. Just had to get that out of my system.
I agree with what you say/rant!
I manage computers in my department and I separate users' files in a different partition as well. On top of users files, I create "Desktop", "Favorites", "Documents", etc., in the secondary partition. This makes for an easy backup. With this, my boot partition with fully loaded programs can be imaged and re-installed without significant work, and also, my data partition is not (generally) touched.
Now MY RANT:
I feel like I work for software companies and receive no salary from them, what with their constant updates and patches; I have to attend to those or wait for these to download and install. Some of the installed updates require a reboot, and if you ignore them, it does it for you, making you loose your work.
If I deliver a piece of work that requires constant fixing, my boss would fire me. Why are computer users subjected to such a cycle of abuse?
I apologize for diverting away from the main subject of tethering. So, back to the feature theme.
For those using an iPad to shoot tethered via WiFi what are the downsides? Is it perfect 100% of the time there must be some problems?
Do you have to turn off back button focus settings with CamRanger? I'm intrigued for macro shooting.