Missing Manuals

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Re: Missing Manuals

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bgille wrote:I bought a Dell laptop from Dell less than a year ago, and it is not compatible with Windows 10.
My Dell laptop I purchased several years ago works just fine with Windows 10. Otherwise, you would not be seeing this post.

If you are talking about running Gospel Library on a Windows desktop, that has never worked for me. Of course, I always thought GL was intended as an app for a mobile device, and not an application or program for a desktop or laptop.
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Re: Missing Manuals

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I and tens of thousands of others run Gospel Library on Windows. You should give it a try!
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Re: Missing Manuals

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BowmanDH wrote:I and tens of thousands of others run Gospel Library on Windows. You should give it a try!
I have found that I never have my laptop with me when I wish to use GL. I thought it might come in handy for showing videos at Church, but I quickly discovered that I can download the videos to my phone and just plug it into the TV.

My phone is easier to hold when I teach. It plugs into my car so that I can listen as I travel. In the morning when I wake it is on my nightstand as I begin the day reading scriptures. It works well for me as I bookmark thoughts, conference quotes, and handbook excerpts for leadership meetings.

I can see where it might come in handy to copy scriptures and other quotes as I prepare talks, but I never made the switch to use GL for that purpose, even when I prepared several talks a month. I do not speak as often now, but I may consider it for future use.

But I am glad if it works for you. Stay the course.
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Re: Missing Manuals

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Post by kathleendawald »

I bought a Microsoft Surface tablet a couple of years ago specifically for church use (gospel library in particular).
What's the deal? Cannot get the 2018 GL curriculum for Old Testament class. I can get it on my phone, but the print is pretty little for old people.
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Re: Missing Manuals

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I'll say here how grateful I am for a Windows GL. I upgraded from Win7 to Win10 solely to be able to use GL. I was not excited for the OS upgrade; in fact, I've customized as many settings as possible to keep it like Win7. But, wow, has it been worth it. GLWin10 is easily the best GL version, hands down.
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