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  • #31
    Originally posted by tomzarbo View Post
    I actually couldn't find the control panel, I had to do a search for it.
    That's a change with W10. Right click on the Window icon at the lower left of the screen, which brings up a different menu than a left click.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by billfitzmaurice View Post
      That's a change with W10. Right click on the Window icon at the lower left of the screen, which brings up a different menu than a left click.
      ​Assuming of course that the Windows icon is still in the lower left corner of the screen. On my computer it isn't, because I have repositioned (dragged) the Task Bar to the left hand side of the screen.

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      • #33
        Its an old thread, I know.. but..
        I just wanted to say thank you Hong for this thread.. I was about to throw my DATS in the garbage when I found this.
        With the level set to 20, I now get the cleanest readings ever on Win 10..
        It used to be a frustrating device that didn't work, now it is a frustrating device that sometimes work well.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Audiotorium View Post
          Its an old thread, I know.. but..
          I just wanted to say thank you Hong for this thread.. I was about to throw my DATS in the garbage when I found this.
          With the level set to 20, I now get the cleanest readings ever on Win 10..
          It used to be a frustrating device that didn't work, now it is a frustrating device that sometimes work well.
          You're welcome. Upgrade just the software to 2.0 and it'll run better in Windows 10.
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          • #35
            I remember when I received my first DATS called a Woofer Tester, and it was a huge box with a serial port to plug into the back of the desktop. How things change.

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