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Advanced Gpu Scheduling isn't avalible on DCH intel
Why does this matter? Because I want my Surface Pro 7 to have increased performance on multiple tasks. I know this might sound akward, but one of the most important features of windows 10 2004 in my opinion, is Advanced Gpu Scheduling. But regardless, intel still hasn't given a update for Advanced Gpu Scheduling, and it's really annoying how we have to wait for this feature to come, yet nvidia has it and it's great. Espically on the first generation ryzen, where it can become a hassle when multitasking to a extreme.(Multiple videos out, spotify, other things out, and perhaps a game in the background.) (There are a few issues with it though, sometimes it can causes some freezes temporarily.)(Also using a RTX2060 Super, with a ryzen 1600cpu, M.2. SSD OS drive.) I'm just wondering how many people want this to come asap, espically on intel graphics.(I think it would help signifcantly and offload the reliance on intel turboboost.) https://www.windowslatest.com/2020/07/07/windows-10-hardware-accelerated-gpu-scheduling-explained/
All Detected Networks Stuck on Connect Automatically
Several days ago I got a new router from Xfinity (Arris TG1782g). My brother noticed immediately on his laptop (running Win 7) that when he clicks the Internet Access icon in the Task Bar, every single detected network in the area has Connect Automatically checked. We live in a densely populated city and there are a LOT of detected networks. I noticed a few moments ago that my PC running Win 10 Pro also has very single Connect Automatically box checked. Most are secured networks but some are not. I can uncheck them all but they revert back to checked immediately. There is no option to 'forget' any of the networks listed and I can't find a setting to uncheck or remove them. I also cannot find a user manual anywhere online for the new router, nor can I find anything in the router's settings that covers my issue. I do not have this issue with my Apple and Android devices. It's only Windows.
The Continuing Hardware Mystery
Perhaps there is a sleuth within our community who can shed a light on a vey peculiar issue. Background:-I have a HP Touchsmart 300 (All-In-One} bought in 2009 - operating system Windows 7 Home Premium. Naturally I jumped at the opportunity to upgrade to the new Windows 10 in 2015. Yes I am aware that my HP 300 is 10 years old and that some of the issues may be put down to age, however It has been well maintained and is still in perfect physical condition so I am hesitant to say age has caused certain devices/hardware to stop functioning. In a nutshell after an Insider Preview update a device/hardware suddenly no longer works. The first to go was the microphone array and to date this no longer works and I had to install a external device. Other devices/hardware that suddenly stopped working which I thought was linked to the sound problem although the sound problem is now resolve. Sound issue resolved after further insider updates. At the moment I have to continually change the display drivers after each Insider update back to the original agreed Microsoft/AMD 2015 drivers which work perfectly with my display hardware. The new drivers they install each time they update OS results in a display out of focus, stretched and overall it looks very dull and wrong. The resolution is far lower than the capabilities of the display. Has anyone else encountered the above issues or perhaps have an explanation?
How to setup and configure Wi-Fi for home
Set up a secure and efficient Wi-Fi network for home.
Want to make 4k hdr for movie.
How to move 40 GB's from the D drive to C drive that is ful
Hi, my name is Michael. I am a simple-minded auditor with shallow computer skills. I have a 2016 HP laptop with windows 10 Pro and 120 GB C drive that if full. Now I cannot update or add programs. I have a D drive with 650 GB's of free space. How can I move free formatted GB's from the D drive to the C drive. I found one you-tube video that used "shrinking volume" to move the GB's but the confusing instructions were incomplete!!! The step by step procedures on the video did not match the step by step windows procedures on my laptop. Can anyone help me make the right moves so I don't end-up in the deep end of the pool. Video procedures: Open File folder Select this PC C drive and right click Select computer then open Select Disk management right click Select D drive right click Select Shrink Volume open Enter number of MG.s to shrink Select shrink Now shows unallocated GB's But THIS IS WHERE I GET CONFUSED ABOUT HOW TO PROCEED OR IF THIS WILL ACTUALLY WORK ON MY LAPTOP. ANY ADIVCE WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED
Nokia Lumia users-success stories upgrading to a new phone?
For Nokia Lumia Windows/Microsoft users needing to upgrade to a new phone, any suggestions, any positive experiences with a new phone in this circumstance? Samsung or Google pixel experience & success stories anyone? Perhaps an I Phone, or a basic phone (abandon smart phones)? Thank you in advance for any success stories - positive experience moving from Nokia Lumia to a new phone.
When do you use the touchscreen on your PC most?
Working in a Microsoft Store, I tend to use my touchscreen a lot because of the convenience. Once I got passed the fingerprints on my screen, I found it to be beneficial in my daily tasks. I am curious, in what ways have you used it?
Add a drive for backup setting
I wanted to use file history to backup after watching the Backup Video. I have a 2 TB USB drive with some file directories but it has 1.2 TB free space. I clicked the 'Add a Drive' and it searched and returned with a 'No usable drives found.' Does the external drive must be completely empty?
I am a HUGE Minecraft fan and was super excited when the "Microsoft Rewards" program introduced me to Minecraft Dungeons. I watched the trailer and wanted to play it REALLY bad, but I was wondering if it was worth it. I really wanted to try something Diablo-like that wasn't rated "M", but overall didn't know much about it. My final question is: Is Minecraft Dungeons any good?🦊
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Review title of General Hodges Windows 10 Pro crashed. I have been quite happy with Windows 10 Pro after receiving the free upgrade from Windows 8.1 Pro last year on a relatively new Dell Laptop. However, on my last Windows 10.0 Pro update, the system crashed, and took with it the restore points.
Before upgrading to Windows 10 Pro, make sure your device is up to date and running the most recent version of Windows 10 Home. For more info about how to keep your PC updated, see Windows Update: FAQ. To upgrade from Windows 10 Home to Windows 10 Pro and activate your device, you'll need a valid product key or a digital license for Windows 10 Pro.
Upgrade the Windows 10 Home PC to Windows 10 Pro now through Microsoft Store. After the device is upgraded to Windows 10 Pro, follow below steps to join a computer to a domain; Connect to your company network via VPN or on-premises. On the Start screen, type Control Panel, and then press ENTER. Navigate to System and Security, and then click ...
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