Any Other Surface Pro Forums Out there?

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  1. Intranetsites

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    What is the best way to connect, discuss and solve Surface Pro Issues??
    This Forum, Facebook, Twitter?

    I feel like I am talking to myself :)
     
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    You posted quite some questions. Give people some time to respond. You can try the Microsoft community but to be honest I never saw that lead to real solutions
     
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    Keep in mind that you are using a device that has just gone up for pre-order for consumers and up onto this point is targeted at Enterprise Customers. I'm getting to all of your threads...
     
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    When it comes to GPS you need to be aware that the apps written for Android and iOS are written with the availability of a GPS sensor in mind; a lot of applications for Windows that do use GPS expect a separate bluetooth or USB GPS device.
    And when it comes to Google maps etc you cannot compare it to Google maps on your Android device. On your Android device you're using an app; on Windows you're using the website.
    If you want to use something like Google maps to navigate you'll have to resort to Android and iOS devices. However they have other disadvantages that the Windows machines don't have.
     

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