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Shutting down, restarting, or hibernating your PC
To shut down your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Shut down. To restart your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Restart. To put your PC to sleep: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Sleep. To hibernate your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Hibernate. Notes and Tips: - If you enable Hybrid Sleep before putting your PC to sleep, it writes information to a disk, and then turns it off. If a power loss occurs, turning your PC back on will restore information that was written to a disk before it was put to sleep. - For fast start-up to work, your PC must have hibernation enabled. Check with Power Options in Control Panel. - You can also right-click Start and then point to Shut down or sign out. - You can use Power Options in Control Panel to configure your PC's power button or keyboard's sleep button to do other things like shutting down your PC or putting it to sleep. - If you have a laptop, it'll hibernate itself automatically after it's been to sleep for amount of time that you set in Power Options, found in Control Panel or Settings. - If your PC uses InstantGo (also known as Connected Standby), its screen will turn itself off if not used for a long time and continue performing background tasks like updating apps and syncing emails. There's no need to shut down your InstantGo-compatible PC, but if you wish to, hold the power button for four or five seconds, and then slide down from the top of the screen to shut down. - If any pending updates need to restart your PC, clicking Shut Down from the Power icon on the Start menu will configure updates in a first phase, restart your PC, configure updates again in a last phase, and then turn your PC off. - Some devices like keyboard and mouse may wake your PC up from sleep. To put a stop to this, go to Device Manager and check whatever device will wake your PC up from sleep.
2 Step Authentication Hmmm?
This morning I went to a site that required 2 step authentication to get in. Although I've noticed this behavior before, I never really paid much attention to the fact that if someone should walk away with my laptop computer, they would have access to any of my sites that use 2 step authentication, where they send me an access coed via text message, because that text message shows up in the Action Center. Scary Huh! I've thought about disabling those in the Notifications & Actions that I think need to be disabled but haven't tried it yet. I'd be interested to hear what you may have or haven't done.... George Orwell The more a society goes away from the truth the more they will hate those who speak it.
Upgrade Windows 10 version 1919 to Windows 10 version 2004
I'm ready to upgrade from Windows 10 version 1919 to Windows 10 version 2004. My question is, will I loose all my programs , and have to reinstall all my personal apps after upgrading to Windows 10 version 2004?
Windows 10 and the Internet of Things 🌐🛰🚀
Hello everyone - hope you are all keeping well 😀 These last few weeks I have been absorbed by the features and the artificial intelligence of Windows 10. This has led me to thinking about IoT and humanity's journey into space (Mars comes to mind as does the moon). This is not such a big leap of imagination. This may be another whacky idea of mine, but I have to think that some of Microsoft's 'smart inventions' will be part of this space journey. I for one hope so. With all the unpleasant and upsetting news coming out of the CoVid19 global state of emergency, it cheers me to think of possibilities. Keep well all
Hello everyone, I hope you are well health, my Windows is Windows 10 version 1909 64 bits, and my question is : should you upgrade to the 2004 version ?
Online classes for kids: knowledge gained > innocence lost?
Should kids have to care about login, password, account, zoom, TEAMS? I started thinking about this when a friend of mine was describing her "New Normal" few months ago - How she had to help her kids figure out school-supplied-equipments, online classrooms, accounts, logging in, figuring out passwords, online submission... Online learning or any kind of learning is great, but what's the right age to start. What's the right taxonomy, verbiage for kids? What do you think? I also wonder if anyone at Microsoft is thinking about this while designing their products. Disclaimer: I don't have kids (thank god!!).
Help!!!!! Laptop is freaking out!!!
I need help with my PC? Windows flashing. opening and closing, mouse stops working at random time. I tried trouble shooting, McAfee runs clean hard scans, fresh start didn't help. Any suggestion?
Can the Photo's app performance issue be "high severity"?
I was thinking about what was causing my surface pro 7 to have a static issue on the top right of the device, I think this is where the CPU is located, and I had two clues in which caused the device to malfunction with a excessive static and fan issue. -Photos app, this app has severe CPU Drain, it's completely unreasonable for it take 100% of the CPU, and the basic form of the app didn't have this issue, whoever optimized it needs to update it again with strict performance and battery life fixes. I'm thinking this app specifically takes soo much performance, it almost renders the device susceptible to internal damage, with the surface pro 7 the i7 can get quite hot, and such the fan blows. I'm wondering this has something to do with the overall usage -General Bad Motherboard, Some intel motherboards may have a bad CPU, the first one laptop I got had a issue in which a screen test would appear showing the colors RGB, and etc. Soo, is it possible that I can classify the performance of the photo's app, aka the new one as high severity? or is it just intel turbo boost that needs to be somehow turned off?
Windows defender stopped
I can see here that a lot of people are experiencing problems lately with windows defender, just as I have. What is happening? My laptop was in sleep mode for 4 days, working just fine before and now suddenly the windows defendeer isn't working and the threat protection can't be restarted. New tabs aren't working, I can only reach websites through those tabs that were alreay open when I left the computer 4 days ago. Seems to be some major problem, what do you suggest?
Registry Editor Can Damage Windows 10 Installation
WARNING: Registry Editor (REGEDIT.EXE) is a very powerful tool that lets you modify the registry directly. However, incorrectly using Registry Editor can cause serious, system-wide problems including hard disk corruption, general instability, or the inability to boot Windows 10. It may be necessary to reinstall the operating system to correct the problems. Microsoft cannot guarantee that any problems resulting from the use of Registry Editor can be solved. Use this tool at your own risk.
Just Facts: Did you Know? is the mobile app that shows you amazing facts from different areas of life, presented as colorful animated slides. Installed so many times by people from all over the world, it helps everyone better understand that things around us are beautiful.
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Just 1 dripping tap can waste 300 litres* of water a year. IoT smart devices are being used to detect and stop water leaks. Smart solutions like these are helping to drive 35% water conservation at
However, even if you use Outlook every day, you might not know some of the cool things it can do to help you be more productive. Did you forget to attach a file? Outlook can't remind you about a task you never entered or an appointment you forgot to write down, but it can prevent you from sending an email without an attachment.