If I install the drivers using NVidia from dell that might give me something. I will post as soon as i'm done and this can be a benefit for everyone reading by the way
Yes, that's it. Use the one from Dell written specifically for your model, even if Dell says it's for Windows 8 only. If a Windows 8.1 driver exists, download it but keep it for later (just in case the Windows 8 version does not work). If the Windows 8 driver works, Dell's update program will update that driver version sometime in the future, when you've updated to Windows 8.1 Update 1.
As for the screenshots, I'll check them later back home. Images (and image hosting sites) are blocked here at the office.
If you're intending on light productivity work, either Celeron-powered ultraportable will work.
Despite their shared name, these two dual-core processors are based on two different architectures. The Celeron 1019Y is based on Ivy Bridge of the Core family; the N2810 is based on the Bay Trail-M of the Atom family. Therefore, even while the N2810 is clocked twice as much, the 1019Y leads slightly ahead in performance.
Also, because it is based on the Ivy Bridge, the 1019Y sports a richer feature set than the N2810, like supporting more RAM (though you're unlikely to take advantage of this due to technical limitations).
Style is subjective and widely open to taste, and it's your interpretation that matters. The tech scene is less about fashion when other facets -- such as function, utility and power -- matters.
Despite the affinity for current generation gadgeteers to lean toward touch-capability and portability, results for the local market are mixed. Ultrabooks are still rather new; the last revision to their specification was made during late 2013. Because of the high cost of adoption, it has not proliferated the gadget scene of the Philippines as much.
As for MS Office, free versions exist that perform just as well. OpenOffice (as pointed out by Grooveless) and LibreOffice work as good substitutes.
If you're looking for Ultraportables that offer a full Microsoft Office suite for free, a few models of the ASUS Transformer T200TA comes bundled with Office (365 or Student 2013). The T100TA -- if you can still find one -- always comes with Student 2013.
Oh and please refrain from discussing piracy here; it is against the forum rules to do so.
Edit: Grammar = 2; Me = 0.
-- edited by Nelko on Oct 21 2014, 01:15 PM