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Because the only way for at lest me to enjoy a book is hearing it, or holding it in my hands. I don't read e-books so I have no tips :(
Thanks anyways :(
I have a question thou... Do you get like distracted? Or is it like: "My eyes hurt!"
Well, i get distracted.
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Off -topic question ya know.
Oh come on. He's asking a legit question... @Compassionate Has had more off topic things...
@amistre64 says and i quote. "If there is a question which does not belong to any section, post it in the OS feedback group" Thank you @uri for your concern.
ITT: Uri doesn't know that my topics are extremely off topic and I never get a warning.
Haha lol :P @Compassionate Can you answer my question ?
I can do that!
It is extremely difficult to read e-books, because it really depends on the type of the book you are reading. What are you working on right now?
Its a book on Computer science,I am read about Alogs.
1Download different readers, and try them out. All of the readers I have are free to download, and they usually come with at least one free classic text, so you can try out a few pages and see how the reader works for you. 2Try different setting within the reader – what you’re aiming for is as little light/glare coming off the screen as possible. If you can’t adjust the colour or brightness within the reader, alter your computer/monitor settings 3Have big text. When you open most ebooks, the text will be set at ‘medium’. Turn it up – you need much bigger text on screen that in a book (partly because you’re further away). This will mean less text on each page and more page turning, so… 4Figure out the various ways you can turn pages within the program. Does it have to be mouse wheel down? A click? A click in a specific part of the screen? Arrow keys? Most programs will have at least a couple of options. I use arrow keys if I’m leaning forward, mouse wheel if I’m sitting back. General rule: the less movement you have to make, the better, as you’ll be doing it a lot! 5Don’t be tempted into full-screen mode, either. Yes, it looks very impressive, and no, you won’t have to turn the page as often, but it’s very hard on the eye. What works best – unsurprisingly! – is a line length approximately the same to that in a printed book. It’s a length your eyes are used to, and they won’t get lost part-way along. Again, try out slightly different window sizes/shapes until you find a good fit for you. 6Take breaks! Yes, I know we’re all fully aware that we should take screen breaks, but somehow it is that much harder when you’re trying to find out whodunnit than when you’re collating stats or writing a report. Even looking to the other end of the room for 30 seconds at the end of each chapter will really help to rest your eyes.
It's actually easy to read e-books on the iBooks Reader. So I think that it depends on what you are using.
And it is very easy to read CS books in chunks.
It is probably easier to do CS books on the computer, in my opinion.
I guess the reason maybe a lot of distractions :/
Yes. That might be it! I also get annoyed when I am studying mathematics, and suddenly... chat pops up!
I've observed that when my internet has a problem, then I am much more dissolved into the e-books. So that might be right.
@ParthKohli My internet does not have a problem :(
I am just thinking of closing my wifi device and study someday. I would try different e-book readers as suggested by @Compassionate
This is the first time I have seen a sad face after that statement.
Well the reason is because i want to study but ya know :(
Learn from @TuringTest. No one can distract him!
Well i always distract him lol :P
Anyways Thanks for the help @Compassionate @ParthKohli