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Shutting down, restarting, or hibernating your PC
To shut down your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Shut down. To restart your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Restart. To put your PC to sleep: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Sleep. To hibernate your PC: > Click Start, click the Power button, and then click Hibernate. Notes and Tips: - If you enable Hybrid Sleep before putting your PC to sleep, it writes information to a disk, and then turns it off. If a power loss occurs, turning your PC back on will restore information that was written to a disk before it was put to sleep. - For fast start-up to work, your PC must have hibernation enabled. Check with Power Options in Control Panel. - You can also right-click Start and then point to Shut down or sign out. - You can use Power Options in Control Panel to configure your PC's power button or keyboard's sleep button to do other things like shutting down your PC or putting it to sleep. - If you have a laptop, it'll hibernate itself automatically after it's been to sleep for amount of time that you set in Power Options, found in Control Panel or Settings. - If your PC uses InstantGo (also known as Connected Standby), its screen will turn itself off if not used for a long time and continue performing background tasks like updating apps and syncing emails. There's no need to shut down your InstantGo-compatible PC, but if you wish to, hold the power button for four or five seconds, and then slide down from the top of the screen to shut down. - If any pending updates need to restart your PC, clicking Shut Down from the Power icon on the Start menu will configure updates in a first phase, restart your PC, configure updates again in a last phase, and then turn your PC off. - Some devices like keyboard and mouse may wake your PC up from sleep. To put a stop to this, go to Device Manager and check whatever device will wake your PC up from sleep.
Need help in finding the tricky folder with no folder name
I've a folder which have name with 5 characters. I'm not able to find which font or which language it was. If i'm trying to access from powershell, it's showing ????? or 5 boxes. I've screenshots from powershell also. I've tried google translator also by pasting the hidden text in it for checking whether it can detect the language. But, I've not satisfied. I think it is an arabic name. The actual folder name I'll paste at the end of this description because if i paste in between, it's misleading the typing also. You can copy the folder name and paste in notepad of somewhere and use arrows for checking how many characters are there in the text. The actual folder name is ""
Widows Update 2004 Problems 3 months OEM support+ no help
Problems with updating my Yoga C940-14IIL (Lenovo) from 1909 to 2004. Officially Lenovo premium support claims there should be no problems on there end for my device. Not driver related software etc. But i'm still stuck on the not device not ready screen. I Also tried to force the update like they instructed. Without being rude in my opinion there premium support is tier 1.5 at best. The conversation basically is them approving my suggestions or providing ridiculous extra information to them. Basically telling me which button i should click or explaining something in English i provided them by sending a screenshot etc. For example i ran the Intel driver support assistent and pointed out Intel has newer graphic wifi and Bluetooth drivers than the ones they provided. Asking if that might solve the issue but i pointed out Intel recommends OEM drivers not generic ones (It's in the screenshot). They replied its worth trying and that the lines i pointed out mean they are not officially tested. I'm thinking this is a bad joke or something i pointed it out and informed them and they reply with "might work and explain te words in a sentence i provided them" This is just one example out of dozens. Half of the suggestions or questions i made mentioned on the 2004 Official known issues/problems page (provided screenshots) they didn't understand i think. I attached the screenshot and even underlined the sentences i send them. Basically they told me to do the windows clean start or start over thing by holding a reset button (whatever it's called) . It's a brand new device with almost no software except for a single licensed office 2019 professional plus (not linked to a account) and mapped in my fairly complex new "secure"network and has things like SMB shares configured with my Linux and FreeBSD servers etc. It's also a wifi only device so it's on my IOT Vlan so it's a pain in the ... to setup again. Advice or answers would be appreciated before i do a clean install.
can anyone help with my camera problem
I Have an asus laptop and the picture is upside down have tried several remidies but none have worked
Is Feedback Hub really taking my answers?
MS Edge is not reacting
The last days, when I'm in a program, it blocks always, and I get the message 'MS Edge is not reacting. Then I click on 'close'where it's said, we'll transfer the info to Microsoft. But with what purpose ,because I get no reaction of Microsoft at all. This all came up after their last update.
My Samsung bluetooth Ear Buds will not pair with my Surface laptop. Any suggestion.
ive lost my integral camera on my laptop and ive a meeting in 5 mins
I have problems with updates on Seeker Notes Updates
Updates on Seeker Notes stops me from playing.
Hello, I need help, my camera doesn't work and I have to do a video conference please help thank you Ms. Yiota
Find settings in Windows 10 Find your Windows settings in a snap! Select the Start button, then select Settings. From there, browse the categories or use search to find what you're looking for.
Select Start > Settings > System > Display. If you want to change the size of your text and apps, choose an option from the drop-down menu under Scale and layout. Learn how to change just your text size in Make Windows easier to see. To change your screen resolution, use the drop-down menu under Display resolution.
If you turn on Other Windows settings, Windows also syncs some device settings (for things like printers and mouse options), File Explorer settings, and notification preferences. For a complete list of settings that Windows can sync, see Windows 10 roaming settings reference. Open Sync settings
Find app settings in Windows 10. Windows 10. More... Less. Most apps have their own settings—look for a gear icon in the app. Note: For some apps, you'll need to select the More icon before selecting the Settings icon.