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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In the end, a variety of smaller features and low-level system improvements didn’t sway most home users, who largely stuck with Windows 98 at home. Unless you were buying a new PC that came with Windows Me, why would you spend $209 for the full retail version or $109 for the upgrade version? Windows 2000 seemed like a big upgrade—but who wanted Windows Me? … [Read more...] about Windows Me, 20 Years Later: Was It Really That Bad?
Volgens Windows Latest zou een Windows Update proces genaamd "MoUSO Core Worker Process" de grondslag zijn voor het probleem. Volgens het verslag verstoort het de werking van de slaapmodus op toestellen die de Windows 10 versie 2004 hebben, samen met een optionele update die klaarstaat om te worden geïnstalleerd. … [Read more...] about Windows 10 update verstoort nog een belangrijke feature – maar dit is de oplossing
“Additionally, this update enables a single package design that incorporates the servicing stack update (SSU) into the latest cumulative update (LCU). Combining the SSU and LCU update into a single package provides a more seamless deployment and installation experience.” … [Read more...] about Windows 10 patches could finally be more reliable after Microsoft’s latest tweak
7. Progressive Web AppsProgressive Web Apps (PWAs) are a great way to turn a rich website (like Twitter, Spotify, or Gmail) into an app that runs in its own window, with its own notifications and data storage, alongside your more traditional apps. PWAs appear in the Windows 10 Start menu, and you can pin them to Start or to the taskbar. You can even manage them from the Apps page in Settings. … [Read more...] about My seven favorite Windows 10 features