After taking delivery of my new-to-me (refurbished) Linksys WRT 3200ACM router, I was excited to see how fast my wireless network would be when compared to my very old D-Link wireless router. It didn’t take long before the air was let out of my balloon, unfortunately. For reasons I couldn’t understand, it seemed that all my wireless devices were now ridiculously slow in loading web pages that once worked just fine. Not what I expected from a $300 wireless router.
I’ve been using a Wacom Intuos 2 tablet for many, many years and Wacom has stopped creating drivers for it quite a while ago. Due to the high cost of Wacom tablets, I’ve been trying to get the most out of my investment by trying to keep the tablet working with each new Windows operating system update. So far, that’s been relatively easy to do. However, in Windows 10, I started having this pesky issue of the “press and hold” feature in Windows causing the equivalent of a right-click to happen every time I pressed down the pen tip. Fixing this issue is easy, but finding the setting to fix it in Windows 10 is not!