Results for: power settings
Absence of a beautiful feature once found back in windows 98
When I use windows explorer in windows 10, I miss not only the beauty of windows file explorer of windows 98 but also miss the visual power of explaining the levels or depths of folders or folders within folders with the help of guiding lines i.e. a folder at the level of my grand father then to my father then to me then to my son then to my grand son and so on. See the images about windows 98 file explorer on internet to understand what I mean. Such as below like this image -----> http://www.wincorner.com/home/images/FmLfnsFM.gif
Manage virtual desktop like a pro in Windows 10
Looking to divvy up daily projects to better focus on what you need to accomplish? Virtual desktop in Windows 10 to the rescue!
Windows 10 cannot start!
I have a Dell desktop running Windows 10. Three days ago, when I turned on the computer, first it showed a blue window with white dots circling around beneath. A few seconds later, the blue window disappeared, and only the white dot(s) circling for hours. The screen is in black. I tried to roll back the update and failed. I even tried to reset the PC, it still could not finished. I tried Microsoft support or Internet search, and I cannot find any solution. Can someone help me to resolve this extremely difficult problem? Thanks.
Windows 10 display is flickering
When I am on my main PC running Windows 10, I get display flickering. I kept installing the display driver but it kept going back to the Basic VGA driver then the Microsoft driver for AMD Radeon, even if I deleted the driver completely and changed Windows update's service to manual. Anyone know how to fix this? Here are my PC specs: Graphics card: AMD Radeon R9 255(according to Windows)/Asus RX290(according to my cousin who used to it in his main PC which is pre built) Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 390X Motherboard: Asus Tuf gaming B450M-Plus Gaming RAM: 32 GB Drive: Seagate Barracuda 510 M.2 NVMe Power Supply: Deepcool DA700 Case: CoolerMaster Masterbox 5 with RGB OS: Windows 10 LTSC 2019
Windows 10 S May 2019 Update?
So I have had some security issues recently. I bought a new laptop PC specifically with windows 10 S. I see a lot of threads downplaying it’s functionality/usefulness - but for me, in this moment, the more secure the better. When I went to update my new laptop, it stopped updating at the 1809 windows update. Is there a 1903 windows update coming for S or is that only if I convert to windows 10 Home? I’d like to avoid conversion until/if I feel it truly necessary .. but would also like the latest windows features and updates. Any news/info? Thanks for any reply!
How to get Windows Feature Updates
Windows engineer Cedric Strickland explains Windows feature updates and how they're different from regular monthly updates.
what to do in order to boot my pc immediately
to boot windows 10 pc faster what can I do i tried all tweaks but it dosen't work
Win. 10, Ver. 20H2 Install Fails, Disk 100%, Restore Fails
I tried to install the October 20, 2020 Windows 10 update, version 20H2. The installation failed. I believe it was due to the HDD being maxed out at 100%. Following the failed installation, the computer continued to run with HDD at 100%. Following virus scans, I attempted System Restore. Only 2 prior System Restore points were available. Multiple System Restore attempts were made. Anti-virus and firewall settings were turned off following failed System Restore attempts. Following the final, failed System Restore attempt using the oldest System Restore date, the HDD problem seems to have been resolved, even though the System Restore failed. Regarding the failed System Restore, I received the following message after each failed attempt: _______________________ "System Restore did not complete successfully. Your Computer's system files were not changed. Details: System Restore could not access a file. This is probably because an anti-virus program is running on the computer. Temporarily disable your antivirus program and retry System Restore An unspecified error occurred during System Restore. (0x80070005) You can try System Restore again and choose a different restore point. If you continue to see this error, you can try an advanced recovery method." ______________________ HISTORY: This i5, 8GB, HP computer was purchased in 12/2018. It encountered a problem following purchase that required a System Restore. At that time, System Restore crashed the operating system, which became unusable. This required returning the computer to HP for warranty repair. The repaired laptop computer that was returned to me had an updated BIOS and the HDD partition was removed. I am currently running Win-10, Version 1909. The current HDD problem seems to be resolved. However, System Restore is not working properly. 1) Does anyone have any thoughts as to how I can get System Restore to work? 2) HDD at 100% seems to be a problem with Windows 10, Version 20H2. Any thoughts?
Capture and share videos with Game bar
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When returning to my PC and finding the monitor in 'sleep' mode, moving the mouse always wakes it up. However, occasionally it immediately goes back to sleep and stays there. I find that I can't switch the tower off either, so have to resort to switching both off at the wall sockets, waiting 30 seconds and switching back on. Then all is well until the next occurrence. Any advice to clear this annoying glitch would be appreciated.
To adjust power and sleep settings in Windows 10, go to Start , and select Settings > System > Power & sleep.. Under Screen, select how long you want your device to wait before turning the screen off when you're not using your device.. Under Sleep, select how long you want your device to wait before going to sleep when you’re not using it.. For more power saving options, select Additional ...
To configure the power settings, you will first create a provisioning package using Windows Configuration Designer. You will then edit the customizations.xml file contained in the package to include your power settings.
The OEM-generated Power provisioning package needs to be excluded from the PBR migration to avoid duplicate entries, see Exclude Files and Settings. To test that the exclusion file was successful, you will need to have a factory image with PBR implemented.
Exclude Surface devices from any existing power management policy settings. Background. The way Surface implements power management differs significantly from the earlier OS standard that gradually reduces and turns off power via a series of sleep states; for example, cycling through S1, S2, S3, and so on.