Facepalm: In a totally unexpected turn of events, a Windows 10 update has broken one of the OS’s major features. On this occasion, the bug is affecting some machines' Sleep Mode, with cases of computers repeatedly waking up for no reason, or the low power state not working at all. But there is a temporary fix. Windows Latest reports that the issue first appeared with the Windows May 2020 update, which introduced a slew of glitches to many PCs. Windows 10 KB4568831 fixed the borked Sleep Mode, but the problem has returned for some users who’ve installed the September 2020 optional update. … [Read more...] about Windows 10 update is breaking Sleep Mode
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According to the site, 60 percent of buyers stuck with Windows 10 S upon purchase. If a user does decide to switch to Windows 10 Pro, it happens almost immediately – within the first 24 hours of ownership for 60 percent of those that switch. Should a user not jump ship within the first week of ownership, they’ll stick with Windows 10 S 83 percent of the time. … [Read more...] about Windows 10 S will become a “mode” of Windows 10 next year
The company on Monday also revealed a handful of new Windows 10 S commercial devices from Acer, Fujitsu, HP and Lenovo. Described as simple, secure and easy to manage, the new systems for firstline workers include the HP Stream 14 Pro, the Acer Aspire 1, the Acer Swift 1 and the Lenovo V330. The cheapest of the bunch, the HP Stream 14 Pro, starts at $275 and launches next month. … [Read more...] about Microsoft 365 Education and F1 subscriptions announced alongside new Windows 10 S devices
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 vs. Note 10: Which should you buy? The Note 20 may not be the everything-but-the-kitchen-sink, fully maxed out phone longtime Note fans have come to expect, but save for the plastic backing, it doesn't make any downgrades coming from the Note 10. That doesn't necessarily mean you should upgrade if you already have a Note 10, especially considering most of the Note 20's new software features will eventually make their way to the Note 10, but if you're considering either option, the Note 20 is far from the worst choice for a great Android phone. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note 20 vs. Note 10: Should you upgrade?
My main laptop, a Dell Latitude 7400, has a built-in infrared camera that supports Windows Hello facial recognition, as does my Surface Book 2. Both devices can recognize me and sign me in to Windows in two seconds or less. My Lenovo Yoga C630, running Windows 10 on Arm, has a fingerprint sensor that also eliminates the need to type a password to sign in. It's not quite as convenient as facial recognition, but I'll take it. … [Read more...] about My seven favorite Windows 10 features