wow this is impressive. SP2 is such a letdown in every regard. photoshop CS crashes the intel driver if you let the tablet sleep constantly and neither adobe nor MSFT wants to own up to it. the Wacom driver as many have said, makes your corners worthless. The battery management on SP2 is downright garbage. And the tearing when using clone on an external display is a fatal flaw. DP 1.2 just plain doesn't work with multiple screens, and the list goes on.
so the fact you managed to calibrate that pen is going to fix one of my MAJOR problems. I've been in touch with adobe about the driver but it seems you can't upgrade the surface driver straight from intel....and MSFT off course doesn't care.
I feel cheated by having bought an SP2. not the device, but the low quality of the drivers. You fixing this in lieu of MSFT has to be proof the surface team just doesn't care for us customers! thanks so much!
I'm wondering if I need this or not. Having to ask the question, lends me to think, "no".
I'm just not entirely sure what this does but it is a busy thread so I'm intrigued.
While I agree Intel could do better, I disagree with your post, as Nvidia can do MUCH better as well... I'm quite happy with the Intel solution in the SP2 (and was quite impressed Intel released Titanfall drivers as fast as they did to solve a rendering issue), and I love the Optimus solution in my laptop that shuts down the totally not needed most of the time Nvidia power guzzling GPU. If Nvidia was so power efficient like you are saying, why would Optimus exist that allows us to use the Intel iGPU to save power? Simple: powering the Nvidia GPU uses significantly more power than the IGP, and yes, I have done battery tests on multiple generations of Optimus laptops to test the difference, and every time it equates to hours of additional life. Intel needs improvement, but so does Nvidia and AMD.Consumer must demand dedicated GPU. Intel is not good enough. Hence the old saying: "Friends don't let friends use Intel integrated graphic solution".
But I knew all this when I got the Surface Pro 2. It's no surprise and I expected all of it.
Anyway this is off topic.
Same with me. Not sure why I need this but intrigued. How easy is it to uninstall? Has anyone had any negative experiences. I'm hesitant to introduce issues when I don't really have any. What to do, what to do???