I was recommended to press F5 every single time in order to ...
Eun-Yeop Lee, Amazon
27 November 2014
Summary: I've had this laptop for a year however, difficulties were identified right away. The cursor is variable skips all over the page when writing. I was recommended to press F5 every single time in order to make sure that this does not happen, however then I cannot move the arrow to other parts of the...
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