1. Eren68's Avatar
    Apologies if any of these questions have been asked before, but searching and reading doesn't conclusively answer my questions:

    Can I install apps to an SD card?

    Is there an app in the store that is 'similar' to dreamweaver ? I just need something to design basic one page websites.

    If there is nothing available in question 2, is there a remote desktop app so I can remotely use a nearby laptop running Dreamweaver ?

    I'm not a gamer so I don't feel I need a Surface 2 and will be using the RT mainly for work/productivity. I can't afford to shell out for a Pro, so given the research I've done so far, I'm leaning towards a Surface RT64. If I can install apps on SD card, then I'd only need the RT32

    Thanks in advance
    12-21-2013 08:45 AM
  2. HarisA1's Avatar
    Yes you can install apps to an SD card but it's not done natively you would have to do a few things before that is possible can be found here http://wrtapps.com/2013/01/installin...o-the-sd-card/
    Regarding your next question for remote connect there are quiet a few apps, one being called remote desktop, splashtop 2, and teamviewer. These are all solid apps I have used and show barely any sign of lag when used.
    Eren68 and Guytronic like this.
    12-21-2013 09:12 AM
  3. Eren68's Avatar
    HarisA1, thanks for your reply. You've sealed it for me and I'll grab one after the holidays.

    Thankyou
    12-21-2013 09:35 AM
  4. HarisA1's Avatar
    No problem, enjoy the surface! :)
    12-21-2013 10:21 AM
  5. RT USER 1962's Avatar
    Thjanks for that tutorial. ANy other apps to reccomend for productivity or games>
    01-07-2014 02:51 PM
  6. wiseguywood's Avatar
    Flipboard for an all around, magazine style news and information app. Halo Spartan Assault is a great game as well.
    01-07-2014 08:30 PM
  7. hotphil's Avatar
    For me, OneNote is a must-have app I'd recommend to anyone. It's well worth the time to learn how to use it.
    Now instead of dozens of doc, xls, ppt, txt and other files scattered around in various folders I have single places for information that integrates so well with SkyDrive and Office apps. There's a few exceptions for complex spreadsheets etc, but day-to-day I now live in OneNote across multiple devices. It's how I always imagined computing - get your info, have it stored nicely together.
    I like it.
    Guytronic and WillysJeepMan like this.
    01-08-2014 12:58 AM
  8. WillysJeepMan's Avatar
    For me, OneNote is a must-have app I'd recommend to anyone. It's well worth the time to learn how to use it.
    Now instead of dozens of doc, xls, ppt, txt and other files scattered around in various folders I have single places for information that integrates so well with SkyDrive and Office apps. There's a few exceptions for complex spreadsheets etc, but day-to-day I now live in OneNote across multiple devices. It's how I always imagined computing - get your info, have it stored nicely together.
    I like it.
    It's also available for iOS devices. Microsoft's official app is a bit limited but Outline+ works great. And using the SkyDrive version in Chrome browser on OSX helps access the data for those of us who own Macs.
    calfee20 likes this.
    01-08-2014 07:33 AM

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