Hello today we have to repair the laptop interesting problem as you can see there is damage on the surface of the LCD Screen you can zoom in and see more the client sent a complaint to.
To resolve this the problem. We tried to find on the Internet solution but stumbled upon the situation that solution ready was nowhere to be found while Apple company is not you know, officially or not States that.
This is not a warranty case and we need to understand owner independently most service centers I propose to solve this issue by replacement of the lcd screen entirely which is very expensive we will try to solve it this problem its way it is now evident that half of the display.
Less normal that is fixed on half of the display now fixed this defect and now let’s show how it’s done just want to note what scratched the surface nothing wiped no cloth, no napkins, and even.
Alcohol nothing happens we hypothesized that the attack on the surface the display laptop protection glare and so on. And since it is a coating, it can eliminate fine.
Polishing material now clearly goes to show that that was before we started polishing that turned out now glare from the matrix lamp lighting and it is clear that the part is damaged.
Coating much different from the treated half of the screen and you can see that the matrix is almost like new now will do the same with the rest of the display With the help of Polywatch polishing paste, we were able.
Installing Windows 10 on 2015 Macbook Pro with Retina display
How well does Microsoft’s latest operating system run on Apple hardware? We’re going to find out as we install Windows 10 on a 2015 Macbook Pro. Stay tuned. Installing Widows 10 on a new Macbook Pro is actually very easy. You need two things to get started: a USB drive with at least 4GB of space, and the Windows 10 ISO. You should also backup OS 10 just in case. In OS 10, launch your preferred web browser and head to Microsoft’s website to download Windows 10. We’ll put the address down below, or you can just do a search for Windows 10 ISO. Once you have downloaded the files, you want to open up Boot Camp. Boot Camp will walk.
You through the process, including formatting the USB drive and installing the ISO files to it. Remember that your USB drive will be formatted during the process, so remove any personal files that you do not want to delete. During the process, you will also be asked to set the partition to where Windows 10 will be installed. This is your choice. You can leave the majority to OS 10 as your primary OS, or give 200 GB to Windows 10. You can also split it evenly. Remember: you cannot later resize the Windows 10 partition, so think this through. Otherwise, you will need to use a thirdparty app to adjust the partition, or through Boot Camp to lead the Windows 10.
Installation and start all over. Once a partition is setup, the computer will reboot. You’ll hear that famous Apple gong, and then a black display. Don’t worry it may take a little while, but you’ll soon see that Microsoft indicator as Windows 10 begins to load. Now we are getting into Windows. We need to first select a partition to install the new apps. This step is very important, as you could accidentally format your OS 10 partition if you are not careful. Make sure you choose the Boot Camp partition. In this case, it is easy and is the last one and matches the 200 GB I allocated in initial setup, and notice.
That the text is very tiny, due to the Windows drivers not yet scaling we’ll fix this later. The OS installer will walk you through the rest. Remember: if you do not have a Windows product key, you can skip entering it and it will still install the OS. You can use Windows 10 without buying it, you just cannot customize the look. You will have a watermark on the lower righthand corner. Installation can take upwards of 1520 minutes. Your computer will reboot as it installs drivers and configures the apps. Finally, we are now in Windows 10. Boot Camp will now install its own application that always sits in the taskbar area to the lower right. Here is where you can switch back to.
OS 10 and enable the rightclick for the track pad so that it behaves like a true Windows PC. Boot Camp will also install the WiFi drivers and other hardware support for the Macbook Pro. Let’s setup and update Windows before we start playing. The reason everything is so small is because the display scaling is off. This is an easy fix. Just head into Settings Systems Display, and move the slider to where you think it looks good. I find 200% is ideal for the retina display. We can logoff the system to finalize the settings. Next, go back to settings and select update and security. Although this is Windows 10,.
You will need the necessary Intel graphics drivers to get rid of that UI stuttering and to optimize performance. Window 10 will also grab all the latest security updates and antivirus file definitions for Windows Defender. Once completed, you can reboot the OS to install those updates. Now that the OS is in tiptop shape, you will still want to update the store apps, including some core components. Launch the store and tap the user icon, go to downloads and hit check for updates. You may see upwards of 25 apps that need to be updated, including the store itself. Don’t.
Be surprised if the store suddenly quits, as this is simply being updated. Windows 10 is now ready for the world. Surprisingly, everything works as it should with a Macbook Pro WiFi, audio, keyboard controls for screen brightness and volume also work. The command key rightly brings up the start menu. Even Cortana works as it should. You can even plug in an XBox One controller and play the latest Halo Windows game from the store. Battery life is also excellent, often pushing past 10 hours on a single charge. Additionally, for traditional PC users, you can download a thirdparty app from GitHub to reverse the trackpad scrolling. Apple’s trackpad scrolls one way, whereas PCs are.