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Device performance & health: Checkup for your PC's wellness
Monitor four key areas that impact your device's performance on Device performance & health.
Device performance & health
Why my PC device performance & health no green right at security systems?🤔🤔
My device is occasionally too slow.
Dear Community. My device VASTRO 15-3568 is occasionally too slow. It is veery difficult for me to do something quickly, it irritates me all the time. Can you help me out from this problem. I wanna increase my device's performance.
Device security: Security that comes built into your device
Windows Security protects your device all the way down to the core hardware and software that make it run. Please check the latest device security settings in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. If you are using previous versions of Windows 10, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/device-security-protection-for-your-most-central-systems/6V8ah4LnDFc
Tips and Tricks for Windows Performance
Let's limit it to the aspects of operating system and software, not hardware. Everyone knows that upgrading memory, SSD, graphic card will certainly improve performance. What will you do (tinkering or setting) to improve Windows performance on the devices with average specs. Let's share together (your tips and tricks or advice). Thank you ! UPDATE 10 December 2020 : What is shared here is more intended for computer used to support daily activities at home or office, to utilize its potential. User having a high-spec computer designed for heavy gaming might less feel the difference. Nonetheless I think some tips will also be useful for gamers.
Discover the advantages of Safe Mode in Windows 10
Stop frozen computer screens. Learn how to use Safe Mode in Windows 10.
PC Temperature and Performance
Hello, How can I view the temperature and other performance of my laptop at present on Windows 10 Home ? Regards, Tomislav
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?
Device security: Protection for your most central systems
Device security helps you monitor protection of your device's core software and hardware. If you are using the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/device-security-security-that-comes-built-into-your-device/fadv4TuMOnc
Memory Use in low-memory devices
With each feature update (since 1607, at least), Windows 10 uses more memory (and disk space, but that's another day). It's getting to where 50-60% of RAM in a tablet/2-in-1 (2GB RAM, Win10 Home 32-bit) or older laptop (4GB RAM, Win10 Home 64-bit) is taken for a multitude of services and other tasks most of which just site there - seldom actually using CPU cycles after system startup. Yes, we should buy new computers with more RAM, on a never-ending cycle. Sorry, not going to happen in the real world where budgets are tight. What Windows needs is to be more cognizant of what the machine it's running on has available, and adjust its running footprint to match. A good rule of thumb might be: 50% of RAM when not running apps explicitly opened by the user is probably too much. If I don't have a lot of RAM, load those services only when they're needed and unload them afterward. Yes, that would slow down things when the services are needed and have to be reloaded, but the overuse of RAM is slowing things down anyway by pushing things into swap when any significant app is opened. Using swap is a real pain with spinning rust, but not great with eMMC or slower SSDs either. Look in Task Manager sometime and note how much is sitting there at the bottom of the process list nearly all the time, using no CPU once the system has stabilized following startup; those tasks and services should be candidates for killing during normal use. At minimum (assuming a reasonably-sized C: drive), those should be swapped out after a certain amount of "dead" time without waiting for something else to be loaded that forces the issue (and slows the load of a task that is actually needed). ??? Mike B Plain Olde (Power, sometimes) User, from mainframe and pre-IBM PC days
In the search box on the taskbar, type Windows Security, and then select it from the results. Select Device performance & health to view the Health report. Note: If your device is part of an organization, your administrator may not have granted you permission to view Device performance & health.
The Device performance & health section contains information about hardware, devices, and drivers related to the machine. IT administrators and IT pros should reference the appropriate documentation library for the issues they are seeing, such as the configure the Load and unload device drivers security policy setting and how to deploy drivers ...
This can help improve PC performance if you reduce the number of files that are synced to your PC. To see which version of Windows 10 your device is currently running, select the Start button, then select Settings > System >About. Open About settings. For more info on OneDrive Files On-Demand, see Learn about OneDrive Files On-Demand.
The device needs to be turned on and currently connected to the internet to check the real time device performance and health. I hope this clears up your concern. Report abuse Report abuse. Type of abuse. Harassment is any behavior intended to disturb or upset a person or group of people. ...
To check your device performance, you would simply need to add the device column into your preferred report. For instance if you wanted to break it down by campaign, you can go into the reports tab, set your settings and then expand Choose your columns You would then add in your device type and/or OS