Category Windows 10


Next Windows 10 will increase laptop’s battery through a smart system

As we have become accustomed to, short time after Creators Update, Microsoft has begun the finishing efforts of the future Windows 10 update. Apple systems have more autonomy than most PCs, and this is in the same time due to the quality of batteries and due to operating system optimizations. If they cannot do anything about laptop batteries, Microsoft has decided to smooth as much as they can the operating system. An important step in this direction is called power throttling and will be integrated in the next major update for Windows 10.

As you can see in the above capture of task manager, soon we will see a new column in Task Manager. It was introduced in Windows 10 Preview Build 16176 and will be smoothed until the net upgrade that will reach the vast mass of users...

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How many Windows 10 versions will appear and when you can download them

Windows 10 is likely to be Microsoft’s latest operating system, but it will often have important security and functionality updates. In the past, operating systems like Windows XP or Windows 7, before they lose market relevance, they had one or more service packs. These update packages, among others, have been very helpful in facilitating the upgrade system.

Practically, instead of installing 100 little security updates that included, among other things some new functions, you can resolve the case with a service pack. As expected, the installation was not one of the fastest, but solved the problem.

In Windows 10, the service pack concept was replaced with major updates coming with the package with a suggestive name...

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How to uninstall a universal application in Windows 10 without accessing Control Panel


Although you are tempted to believe that there is a way to uninstall a universal application using Control Panel, just like in the old days, you are so mistaken. No downloaded application from Windows Store appears in Add/Remove Programs or in Programs and Features. Those must be eliminated different if you want to do it in the right way.

The first and easiest solution involves finding the application you want to remove in Start bar. Click Start, type its name and as you can see in the capture above, you right click its name and choose Uninstall. The second solution and the one that suits you in the situation in which you want to uninstall multiple programs in a relatively short time involve accessing Settings through Start menu...

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