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What is your favorite kind of PC?
There are desktops, tablets, laptops, workstations, and more. Mine is a standard office workstation with a lot of installed RAM (16GB or more) because I tend to use 40 applications at a given time, most running in the background, with a large hard drive (1tb or more) to fit all my files and software on it. I also like tablets for when I need to go somewhere other than home and they can run flight simulator fine on them so its all I need for a few days. Laptops though. I do not like most as they tend to heat up no matter how good the cooling system and I have to actually keep internal and external fans running for a long time on the highest power setting to stop this. Desktops will always have better cooling.
Hi, my laptop shows Bluetooth device but there is nothing like turn on or off button. What can I do to fix it?
Know when and how to reset your PC
If your device has issues that make it hard to use, don't give up on it. A system reset, which gives your computer a fresh start with a new copy of Windows, might clean out the problems. Windows has the tools to handle it for you.
How to disable Notifications while Screen Sharing ?
I want to Disable all the pop-up notifications (like slack messages, chrome notifications etc.) from the windows action center only when I am sharing my screen during online meetings. The application can be anything like Google meet , cisco webex , Bluejeans , Skype etc. What I want is : When I am in meeting and sharing my screen, the notifications should not pop-up. It should not interrupt while meeting. I know I can turn on "Focus Assist" in windows 10 to do the same but I want to automate it . How can I do that ?? Any suggestions ? Thank You !!!
Assistance Requested - Desktop Computer
zybraxis Hi, I have a on going, project and on 4-22-20, I hope to have the final components to my endeavor of constructing my new desktop computer. I have resisted the urge to start the assembly, since I have already acquiring most of the parts. I am astounded at the possibilities, given what potential the items I have amassed, when assembled, entail. I would appreciate, any input as to something pertinent, to the pre-assembly. Materials: 1 - i9-9900K processor - Thermal Paste 1- ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-E Gaming mobo SATA 6Gb/s 4 - G.SKILL ( Ripjaws V ) DDR4-3600 16GB 1.5v Intel XMP 2.0 Ready 1 - CPU >Cooler Master HYPER 212 Black Edition 4 pipe. ~ Better to return the air cooled and go with the water cooled? 2 - EVGA - Nvidia GEFORCE GTX 1070 Ti 8GB GDDR6 - RTX Enabled - DirectX 12 They come with jumpers, but are they the right SLi coupler for linking the GPU's? 2 - Samsung V-NAND SSD 860 Evo 1TB SATA 6Gb/s 1- WD HDD 1TB w/SATA 64MB Cache 1- WD HDD 250 GB 1- Seagate HDD 500 GB 1- Seagate HDD 320 GB I have several config. for setting up vhd Raid etc... but any preferences vs Cloud DB I am tempted to obtain 1- EXPRESS M.2 PCI, Should it be a 3D-NAND? For start up, it need not be big, right? 1 - COUGAR Panzer Max Black ATX Full Tower Gaming Computer Case, I haven't ever set up a case, so if any addon I should be concerned with getting or other considerations ? 1 - Thermaltake SMART SERIES 650W Power supply ~ How much would it be to my advantage, to get a 1200W? Tips on setting the processor, torx on the cooler or other possible mega-fails. A MOBO is a terrible thing to waste when they can so easily corrupted or bricked. 1 - 2 Bay Dock
I can't login after waking desktop from sleep mode
I can login with my pin when I press the power button to start the day. When brand-new Lenovo desktop (1903 build) goes to sleep and I try to wake it, the login screen appears as it normally does, but the login box will not take my pin, even though the cursor blinks. If I restart the PC, I can login as normal. Please do not advise to disable login upon waking as this will not work for me. This is extraordinarily frustrating. Thanks for any help.......
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Can I install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10?
Yes. You need to make sure that your current PC's hardware that works with Windows 10 is compatible with Ubuntu. Also, you need enough disk space on your hard drive. Installing Ubuntu alongside Windows 10 depends on your current UEFI start-up and Secure Boot settings, which can be found in your BIOS/UEFI firmware setup. Before you install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10: - Disable the fast start-up option, which can be found in Control Panel's Power Options. - Only hibernate your PC if you still plan to use Windows 10 for compatible apps and want to use Ubuntu for something else occasionally. - Turn off BitLocker. BitLocker can be found in Control Panel. Once you've confirmed the information above, boot your computer to your Ubuntu installation media. Then, follow the instructions until you get to a screen where you can choose to install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10 or configure additional partitions. To keep Windows 10 intact, choose to install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10. After you've installed Ubuntu alongside Windows 10, you will get a GRUB boot loader, where you can switch between Ubuntu and Windows 10 every time that you start your computer. NOTE: If you're using a computer that uses UEFI, you will see "Windows Boot Manager" when you see the GRUB boot loader. Selecting it starts Windows 10. This is by design.
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how do i disable wifi timeout sessions, per windows 10/microsoft edge?
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.
Other power settings on your console (1) You can also choose to turn off the console after a specified period of inactivity, how you want to wake up your Xbox, and other power setting options: Press the Xbox button to open the guide.
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.