Sep 12, 2015
I find Aeroshake to be an incredibly annoying feature of Windows. So, it's best to disable it.
How to guide:
- Hit the Win key and type "edit group policy" and click on the first option.
- On the left side tree bar go to: User Configuration, Administrative Templates, Desktop.
- Scroll to "Turn off Aero Shake window minimizing mouse gesture"
- Double click on it and select the "Enabled" radio button on the left side.
- Click Apply and OK buttons.
You should see this:
Labels: Software Tips
Aug 15, 2015
There are several digitizer options for the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 12. Below you can find some information about the two options.
The Yoga 12 units that have a glossy panel, according to some documents by Lenovo, are compatible with the Wacom Active Pen. This Wacom technology is more recent and goes by the name of Active Electro Static (Active ES), and does use batteries. I have NOT yet tested a Yoga 12 unit with Active ES, so my assumption of compatibility is based on the Lenovo document.
The anti-glare version of the Yoga 12, according to the same Lenovo document, is compatible with the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga Digitizer (4X80F22110). This pen uses Wacom Penabled technology and does not require batteries. I have used this technology with a Yoga 12 and know it works fine.
It is important to note that both of these pens are NOT compatible. Therefore, if you use an Active Pen on a Penabled device (like the ThinkPad X230T) the device will not respond to the Active Pen. Likewise, if you use a Penabled pen on an Active ES device (like a Toshiba Encore 2 tablet) the device will not react to the pen.
There may be models of the Yoga 12 that do NOT support digitizer pen. So just because you have a certain screen version does not guarantee that either of the pens will work. But, at least knowing the screen version may increase your chances of getting the pen option that you want.
Which one is better? I have mostly used Penabled devices, but my experience with a Toshiba Encore 2 tablet that uses Active ES was very pleasant. So as of right now I have to say that either of them is fine.
Do note that the 1366x768 is multi-touch version only, and therefore it does NOT support either the Wacom Active Pen nor the Wacom Digitizer Pen technologies.
Note: Both of these pen technologies seem to be better than N-Trig DuoSense 2 (as seen in the Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablet).
Aug 9, 2015
These are keyboard shortcuts in Windows.
Text Editor (test with Notepad++)
Key Combination : What it does.
Home : move to beginning of line.
End : move to the end of line.
Pg Up or Pg Down : moves the cursor up or down one "screen" at a time.;
Shift + Home : selects text left of cursor to the end of the line.
Shift + End : selects text right of cursor to the end of the line.
Shift + (Left or Right) : selects one character at a time.
Shift + Up : selects text from current position all the way to above the cursor.
Shift + Down : selects text from current position all the way to below the cursor.
Ctrl + A : selects all text.
Ctrl + C : copy text.
Ctrl + V : paste text.
Ctrl + X : cut text.
Ctrl + Z : undo.
Ctrl + Y : redo.
Ctrl + N : new document.
Ctrl + S : save document.
Ctrl + O : open document.
Ctrl + P : print.
Ctrl + (Left or Right) : moves the cursor left or right one word at a time.
Ctrl + Shift + (Left or Right) : moves and selects text one word at a time.
Ctrl + Shift + (Up or Down) : move the current text line up or down.
Ctrl + W : closes the current tab or window
Alt + (a alphanumeric key) : opens the menu item who's label text starts with the alphanumeric key.
Win + (Left or Right) : place the window left or right.
Win + Up : maximize window.
Win + Down : restore window, then minimize window.
Alt + Tab : switch window (note that holding tab key keeps the preview windows open, releasing tab closes the preview window).
Ctrl + Alt + Tab : switch window and keep it open until a selection occurs.