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The ultimate question, AMD or Intel? (ARM fans also)
I'm experiencing AMD for the first time, and I was wondering how many other people have a preference, and why? I think both have their pros and cons, and the judgement is still out in my head, can you help me decide?
I'm not technically inclined.
I rely on my Microsoft Windows ten 🔟 to solve most problems and 99% hasn't let me down. I will not insult the Technician's intelligence by presuming to suggest how to better the system. I do want "people-friendly" included in the future. People such as myself are not Technicians.
Preventing Shut Down From the Sign-in Screen
In order to prevent users from using the sign-in screen to shut down whether users are signed in or not, you can use Local Security Policy or the REG command. Here's how: Method 1: Local Security Policy NOTE: This method only applies to Windows 10 Pro. 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + R. 2. Type "secpol.msc" (without the quotes) and press ENTER. 3. Double-click Local Policies. 4. Click Security Options. 5. Scroll down until you see Shutdown: Allow system to be shut down without having to log on and double-click it. 6. Click Disabled and click OK. Method 2: The REG command WARNING: Incorrectly using the registry editing tool can cause serious, system-wide problems that may require you to reinstall Windows 10 to correct them. Microsoft cannot guarantee that any problems resulting from the incorrect use of the registry editing tool can be solved. Use this tool at your own risk. 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + R. 2. Type "cmd" (without the quotes) and press CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER. 3. Provide confirmation or type in the password if you see the User Account Control dialog box. 4. Type REG ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v shutdownwithoutlogon /t REG_DWORD /d 1 and press ENTER. 5. Type EXIT and then press ENTER. Now, whenever you press WINDOWS LOGO + L or you're not signed in yet, the Power icon that normally appears at the bottom-right corner of the screen will not be seen.
WMI Host provider CPU and lsass.exe Memory utlization high
We are using Windows Server 2016 Datacenter build 10.0.14393.3297 We have observed CPU utilization of WMI Host provider and Memory utlization of lsass.exe process is very high due to which system is getting slow. In our application logs which queries to WMI, we have found "enumeration operation may not execute." We found below link which mentions some bug related to WMI host provider: https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/help/4096063/new-wmi-arbitrator-behavior-in-windows-server [^] The bug mentioned in above link seems fixed in below patch: https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/4088889/windows-10-update-kb4088889 1) Could you please let us know if the bug is still exist in Windows Server 2016 Datacenter build 10.0.14393.3297? 2) What could be reason for CPU utilization of WMI Host provider and Memory utlization of lsass.exe process is very high Thanks & Regards, Bhushan
Prior to 2004, I used a Windows-based computer. I was unhappy with Windows because of constant "blue screens of death", hackers planting viruses, etc...When I became a truck driver in 2004, I mainly used a mobile phone and started using Google products. I like their products and they all work seamlessly with each other. Now, I am a full-time Care-Provider for my mother and just purchased a new computer with Windows 10 Pro installed. I decided to give Microsoft apps a try once again because I do like their products. On my PC there are no problems, but on my Android phone, I just can't seem to get Cortana to work hands-free, and with certain apps. I do understand that there is a war between Microsoft, Apple, Google and any other companies that are out there, but, the customer (that would be you and I) should be able to use whatever Assistant we choose to work with any apps that we like and use. Case in point: the Google Assistant comes on automatically when I say "OK Google" (hands-free), and I can set a timer, ask about the weather, play my favorite music in the Google Play app, etc....no problem....Today I downloaded Cortana to work with all my apps and I cannot even get it to turn on without tapping the microphone button. I made it my default app, turned on all the permissions, etc...and I am discouraged with Microsoft again. I haven't given up yet, but I had to switch back to the Google Assistant just so I can do the things I need to do hands-free, which comes with a cost of not being able to use some of the Microsoft apps unless done manually. I like Microsoft's To-Do List, but Google Assistant will only open Google's Task app. It just defeats the whole purpose of downloading all of Microsoft's apps if I can't use everything seamlessly. I use Amazon Music now, and neither Assistant will open it. I would really like to use whatever Assistant I choose with the default apps that I select. Now, am I doing something wrong or does this sound about right?
How to setup and configure Wi-Fi for home
Set up a secure and efficient Wi-Fi network for home.
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?
Encrypting or decrypting from the context menu
NOTE: The information in this conversation only applies to Windows 10 Pro. You can quickly encrypt or decrypt files or folders from the context menu. To do this, open File Explorer, and then right-click a file or folder. There, you can either click Encrypt to encrypt it or Decrypt to decrypt it. WARNING: Incorrectly using the registry editing tool can cause serious, system-wide problems that may require you to reinstall Windows 10 to correct them. Microsoft cannot guarantee that any problems resulting from the incorrect use of the registry editing tool can be solved. Use this tool at your own risk. 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + R. 2. Type cmd and press ENTER. 3. Type the following command: REG ADD HKCU\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced /v EncryptionContextMenu /t REG_DWORD /d 1 and press ENTER. 4. Type EXIT and press ENTER. Now, when you open File Explorer, navigate to the folder, and then right-click a file, you will now see the Encrypt option. It is also seen when you right-click the folder. TIP: You can also use BitLocker to encrypt your hard drive to prevent access from unauthorised users.
Want to make 4k hdr for movie.
Fix common Surface problems with the Surface Diagnostic Toolkit
The Surface Diagnostic Toolkit is an application that helps Surface users diagnose and resolve issues quickly and efficiently. Surface engineer Aaron shows you how to get and run this toolkit when your device doesn't work as expected.
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.
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