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  1. Hi I am very keen on getting started with some graphic design based projects. Currently on a chrome book so that won't work. I am wondering if the affinity programs will work on a standard laptop such as the below : http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/dell-inspiron-15-5000-15-6-laptop-white-10157730-pdt.html Thanks
  2. Not sure if this is the appropriate place to post this, but Intel HD 510 integrated graphics won't power AD very well. As your project grows it'll start to lag and stutter when panning and zooming. Not a huge deal, but it'll get old fast. In the attached image, the spikes in "GPU load" are from zooming and panning repeatedly. I doubt many experienced users are running onboard graphics, but maybe this will help other noobs out there.
  3. I recently put forward a bug report about FFT Denoise, but having tried it out on a friend's newer macbook air it seems like it's probably just a bug on Lion or just on my old computer. It doesn't make that much of a difference, really; my Macbook Pro is woefully out-of-date, and I've been intending to get a new one anyway. Since I'm going to be buying a new Macbook Pro in the next few months, I thought I should ask about this. I read a recent thread on this forum where you said that the best computer for Affinity is the 15-inch Macbook Pro, and I was wondering how vital the 15-inch is. I mean, would a 13-inch with all the extra processing power you can get be passible, or does Affinity really need the 15-inch to work well?