Enabling 1366×768 resolution in Windows 10

I have been struggling for a while to set this up: enabling  Display Settings so that they would support the 1366×768 resolution of my TV screen, after I connected my laptop with Windows 10 installed to my TV.1) In Display Settings this resolution simply was not offered.

Until I figured out this setting in Display Settings –> Advanced Display Settings –> Display Adapter Properties –> Monitor:

Removing the check mark from this check box revealed the resolution I was looking for. Apparently Windows didn’t have much of a clue about the connected monitor. OK, I admit, I connected it via a simple VGA cable.

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1)I gave up on ubuntu, too many things didn’t work out of the box ( like sending laptop to sleep when closing the lid ), too much googling and obscure hacking needed, and then display driver started crashing when laptop woke up later on. I do complain about Windows a lot, but Linux systems can be worse, and with Windows 10 Microsoft made a great move towards good quality.

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What Causes Side Pain When You Run (and How to Prevent It)

Interesting article on Lifehacker today for the runners among us: “What Causes Side Pain When You Run (and How to Prevent It)”.

According to the explanation provided this side pain has to do with some internal muscle strain and organs bumping around while running. How to deal with it ? Of course don’t run after heavy meals, and when it occurs take a break, and ensure your are sufficiently hydrated.

I usually don’t have that problem but I learned a different technique how to avoid and treat that problem, and I am not sure though how this is related to the explanations given in that article: breath in through your nose, and breath out through your mouth. It definitely works for me.