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Regarding a use of preposition.

 
 
Razer
 
Reply Mon 16 Aug, 2010 07:54 am
Sentence: "You have to tweak the settings to get best of/from the features."

My question: Which preposition would be correct in the sentence, of or from?

Thanks and regards
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Reply Mon 16 Aug, 2010 08:20 am
@Razer,
I'd say "You have to tweak the settings to get the best performance from the features."
Razer
 
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Reply Mon 16 Aug, 2010 08:37 am
@engineer,
Thanks, sir
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