I recently bought a Dell Latitude e7440 to run Linux distros on, so here’s my overview of the laptop.
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Is that grey or white
Linux but i have same laptop with hackintosh on it lol
My Lenovo IdeaPad 130 15ast (AMD) has 1366 by 768 and runs Windows 10 but the display… The colors are right and it fits the screen
dear Americans..it is OOO-BOON-TO
Hi how to enable the backlight of dell lattitude E7440?? Pls help me.
Hey Bingocat, I know this video is a little old but my first time watching it. I recently fixed up a Dell Precision m4500. This seems to be one from 2010 with an i7-820qm and 8 gb ram and I have Windows 10 on it. I still feel that you can do more with Windows than Linux.
Good Video Bro. Does VM Virtual-Box Work Good
I love everything about the laptop lnfo.help/_dellInspiron especially the SSD and touchscreen features. I purchased it mainly for general usage and also have easy accessibility to Microsoft applications. I just wish that the laptop had a feature that makes the keypad turn bright when the laptop is being used at night.
Does anyone know how to MASTER RESET this thing
Sorry but wtf mine model e7440 has touchscreen
Gran video , creen que vale la pene en 2020 ?
Why some models of this laptop doeent have fingerprints?
So in my country used this laptop coast about 400euros can you please advice me is it worth of that money?
Dell still one of the best notebook for most of linux distros. 👍
Is there a way to upgrade the webcam to a better/higher resolution model?
Sound works correctly as in Windows?
I bought one for 274usd 8gb of ram with 256 ssd
I'm planning on buying this specific model with none touch screen i5, 8gb ram 128ssd, 1TBhdd for 276 usd. Do you think its worth it?
what the mean of modeal number
My middle school had these laptops
have windows10 installed on this machine and very often running puppylinux from usb stick. Touchpad is a bit slow and unresponsive in windows and working temperature is a bit higher on the other hand, puppylinux is stunning fast but for this fullhd display is better to test another distributive, like Ubuntu or Linuxlite with bigger fonts and icons.
How did u get it for 200 dollars? 😮
Talk to much
I recently bought the same sold by the company I work for. My company has policy to sell laptops used more than 3 years by employees on very good price. So I grabbed one and installed Linux Mint 19.1 on it but I had problems with going back from suspend. The problem is very well described on the Arch Wiki https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Dell_Latitude_E7440 and the suggested workaround works like a charm up to now. No other issues found.
6:54 now I know your super secret password… some random name with numbers and one symbol 😉
Alright, just kidding
I have a Dell e7440 (CPU: i7-4600u, 256 GB SSD, 4 GB RAM). I have installed Lubuntu on it. This is a very light-weight distro. Thus it boots very fast (8 seconds). The only problem i have is not getting audio from HDMI output, which I think there must be a solution.
You must check Dell website ( https://www.dell.com/support/home/de/de/debsdt1/product-support/product/latitude-e7440-ultrabook/drivers ) for recent BIOS updates. Even though this laptop is at least 4 years old, and even though it has EOL, firmware updates are still coming. Recent BIOS update A27 is 31 October 2018.
What about vPro? I've read a lot of users complaining about heat and performance issues because of all the garbage Intel put in these processors. I also read that is a pain in the ass to disable it, and it never really goes away. Yesterday I saw a benchmark and this model got up to 95ºC and started thermal throttling.
I have a 7470 and it's very good, my 5570 is a bit faster having dedicated graphics and a quad core. but for something portable, it's pretty good. I use Mint Linux as well, I am not bothered by updates, I run long term stuff anyway and so my main concern is with security updates. So not having each and every update the moment it comes out is certainly not a priority, in fact it can be a hindrance to productivity even being in the Debian branch of linux. but I know people who enjoy rolling releases and shun at the idea of a LTS. But the fact Mint doesn't bug you endlessly, or worse yet force it upon you is a plus in my book. True, I would rather know about them and I agree this should be improved and given open software it shouldn't be that tough. But I do a pretty good job of checking weekly.
Actually it would have shipped with windows 7 pro, with a free upgrade license for windows 8.1
I planning on getting a latitude E7450 from my Latitude E7240. Both very nice laptops. Great review bingocat!
Or you could've chosen Manjaro which is far more stable than Ubuntu and has a rolling release so you don't have to depend on Long Term Releases…