hpst Then in the next comment @AGI notes his experience with simply turning it down from a higher native resolution made the device usesable.
EDIT: For the moment I withdraw the statement, that replacing XP with Windows 10 has introduced eyestrain even at 1024 x 768 resolution on my 2007's Thinkpad. It was definitely so after the change of OS, but I remember that I had a lot of issues installing drivers, in particular having the ATI card to work, because I formatted all partitions, including the one containing the drivers. Then, because the computer is anyhow super-slow, I did not use it anymore. Yesterday I turned it on to pull out the specs, and did not feel any eyestrain. I will maybe check it further in the coming weeks. Apologies for generating additional confusion! Below are the laptop features.
System Manufacturer: LENOVO
System Model: 20076RG
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU T7200 @ 2.00GHz (2 CPUs), 2.0GHz
Operating System: Windows 10 Education 32-bit (10.0, Build 16299)
Card name: ATI Mobility Radeon X1400
Current Mode: 1024 x 768 (32 bit) (60Hz)
Native Mode: 1400 x 1050(p) (60.020Hz)
Driver Name: atiumdag.dll
Driver File Version: 7.14.0010.0503 (English)
Driver Version: 8.383.1.1000
Driver Model: WDDM 1.0
You guys need the Driver File Version and / or the Driver Version?
hpst As with other factors it seems we have no consistency in results.
I totally agree with you. Not a criticism to anyone.
That is why OnePlus 3 was my "last" test, I thought Paranoid Android could be what makes the difference, instead I didn't succeed installing it (yet). I am not gonna buy phones anymore reading that they work for others. I hope to hear soon of an indisputable breakthrough, something which is neatly different, otherwise all the phones are unusable for me at the moment, because they all share the same "offending" technology, as someone recently defined it. That is my conclusion, and it applies to all kinds of devices.
But it is also true that if we give up tests, we won't go anywhere...