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Screen size: 15.6 inches
Model: suit for Flex 4 1580 Touch Screen LCD Replacement
Resolution ratio: 1920px*1080px FHD
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Contain: LCD display and touch panel and frame
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For Flex 4 1580 Touch Screen LCD Replacement, brand new condition.
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Every item will be tested before delivery and carefully and packed with individual plastic bubble bag, braced with stiff cardboard, and final ship in carton.
3-6 months warranty, return, refund, repair is acceptable in policy.
All demand or complaint will be replied within 2 hours
Q1: How dose the RMA process works.
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Q2: How could I buy products if there is no price on the website?
A: Buyers need to send required product details via e-mail, Then a reasonable quotation as request would be provided.
Q3: How long could I get reply of my enquiry?
A: Buyers will get a reply within 24 hours.
Q4: If I bought large quantity, would you provide discount ?
A: We are doing wholesale business here, based on different quantity, the unit price will also be different, This is a sure thing.
Q5: What if I want to sell them online through Ebay or Amazon, will that have conflict with your company?
A: There will be no conflict between your store and our company guaranteed.
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How to personalize your PC
What makes your house your home? Is it the furniture? The art? A few favorite collectibles arranged on the shelves? Your PC doesn’t have to be any different. If you’re new to Windows 10, we’ll show you how to personalize your PC to make it feel, well, yours.
From the moment you first power on your PC, you’ll be asked to choose how to manage your privacy and security. But once you complete that short process, the fun begins: you’ll be able to select backgrounds, configure your Start menu, and select apps and shortcuts. Think of this story as a complement to our previous tutorial on how to set up your new PC efficiently and effectively. This is the fun stuff.
The Windows 10 Out of the Box Experience
Any time you buy a new PC, you’re almost certainly going to walk through what Microsoft calls the “Out of the Box Experience,” or OOBE. While the OOBE is simply a series of setup screens narrated by the voice of Cortana, Jen Taylor, they may differ a bit from PC to PC, and be affected by your choices. Generally, you’ll be able to handle most questions without any hand-holding; you’ll be asked for your preferred language and keyboard layout, to connect to Wi-Fi, and so on.
Your major choices boil down to these: whether to enter or create a Microsoft password, whether to enable Cortana, and choosing your privacy settings. Entering (or creating) a Microsoft account allows your preferences to “follow” you from PC to PC, create a OneDrive cloud-storage account, and more. Creating an account is recommended, though you can use a local account and password instead.
Likewise, it’s up to you whether you want to enable Cortana, though you’ll still find the icon lurking about the search box on your desktop when setup is completed. You’re free to fiddle with the privacy settings, though you also have the option to change these within Windows proper. We’ll talk about these a bit more later.
After a few minutes the setup process will complete, and you’ll see the Windows 10 desktop.
Begin personalizing your PC with Themes
Assuming you’ve never logged in with a Microsoft account, you’ll see the default desktop wallpaper. It’s time to start making this PC yours! And the easiest way to do this is to right-click anywhere on the desktop, and then select Personalize.
Doing so will open up the Windows 10 Settings menu, specifically Settings > Personalization > Background. You’ll see a list of background pictures to choose from, as well as an example of how it will look. If that’s good enough for you, fine. But it shouldn’t be—there’s so much more! And for that, navigate the menu options on the left-hand rail all the way down to Themes.
Windows 10 Themes are a collection of background images, virtually all of which use the sounds and mouse cursor that ships with Windows. But the reason we’re here is to click the link in the center of the page: Get more themes in Microsoft Store.
Clicking the link opens the Store, and the available Themes—and there’s literally dozens, the vast majority for free. There’s an enormous emphasis on architecture, animals, and nature photography, and a distinct lack of (copyrighted) sports and pop art. Oddly enough, some of Microsoft’s videogame Themes aren’t published to the Store, but appear in this list of Themes that come with custom sounds, such as Halo:Reach, Angry Birds, Eerie Autumn, or the French Riviera.
Downloading Themes from the Store places them in your list of Themes; downloading the Themes with sounds from the second page requires downloading them, then clicking the downloaded file to install it. Note that on the Themes page of the Settings, you can click the Sounds icon, which will open up the Control Panel. That's handy if you want to use one of the Themes with custom sounds, but eventually tire of them and want to switch back to the traditional Windows sounds, instead.
Feel free to download as many Themes as you want, then select which Theme to use in the Settings > Themes menu. Under Settings > Background, you can select how frequently the individual backgrounds in the Themes cycle through. I prefer one per day, but you can refresh them as frequently as one per minute.