Last Friday, I received my new laptop, a Toshiba M2, with a Centrino chip, 1.6GHz, 1GB RAM, DVD/CD-R, an 80GB laptop and the best feature by far, the 64MB nVidia video card. My last laptop, a Toshiba Tecra 9100 had serious hardware issues. I had to replace two screens, had a broken fan and had lots of “unknown” driver issues. The driver issues were so bad that I would blue screen (or randomly restart) on average every five days. I have to give serious credit to the people who designed Windows Error Reporting. Why? Well, frankly I would have blamed Microsoft for my blue screens, but they turned out to be all hardware related. Anyways, here's some helpful tools and tips for configuring your new machine.
Laptop Best Practices
That's all I can think of now, did I miss something? Are these valuable tips? Let me know