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June 17, 2017

Win10 check battery loss

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 6:29 pm
The new Windows 10 system has many improvements over the previous version of the Windows system, such as the Windows 10, which allows users to easily check battery performance.
If your laptop runs on Windows 10, you can periodically generate detailed battery reports to determine the current performance of the battery.
As of Windows 7 and windows 8, Windows 10 also has a balanced mode and high performance mode is convenient for users to switch, while the high performance mode typically consume more battery power, shorten the life time of notebook computer.
The new Windows 10 system has many improvements over the previous version of the Windows system, such as the Windows 10, which allows users to easily check battery performance.
If your laptop runs on Windows 10, you can periodically generate detailed battery reports to determine the current performance of the battery.
As of Windows 7 and windows 8, Windows 10 also has a balanced mode and high performance mode is convenient for users to switch, while the high performance mode typically consume more battery power, shorten the life time of notebook computer.
Windows 10 will record the detailed use of the battery and allow the user to produce reports. Here are the methods of operation:
1, Win+X+A or mail, click the start menu, and select the command prompt (administrator);
2. Enter at the command prompt
CD%userprofile%\Documents and carriage return;
3. Continue to enter at the command prompt
Powercfg /batteryreport and carriage return.
At this point, your laptop battery report has been generated. You can enter the document in the user folder and check the battery report in HTML format. The name is report.html.
Tips: how do you change the generated folders for battery reports?
If you don’t want to put the battery in the user report generation folder in the document, then it can be changed into the path of the root directory of C, i.e. input second step commands into CD C:\.

June 16, 2017

Win10 looks at the IP address

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 6:20 pm
How does the Win10 system view its IP address? Right click on the network connection icon in the lower right-hand corner of the taskbar and click on the network and share center;
In the network and share center click on the current connection network, and then click the “details”, you can see the IP address of the network.
How does the Win10 system view its IP address? Right click on the network connection icon in the lower right-hand corner of the taskbar and click on the network and share center;
In the network and share center click on the current connection network, and then click the “details”, you can see the IP address of the network.
External network IP address view is more simple, open the browser, in the search engine input “IP” can be, the same router under the computer is using the same external network IP.

June 15, 2017

INSTALL WINDOWS 10

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 10:23 am

After you upgrade to Windows 10, you can reinstall or do a clean installation on the same device. You won’t need a product key to reactivate Windows 10 on the same hardware. For more info on how to create your own Windows 10 installation media, see theMicrosoft software download website.

Go to buy windows 10 product key >>
Can I go back to my old operating system?

There are several ways for you to go back from Windows 10 to a previous version of Windows:
  • You’ll be able to go back to an earlier version by going to Settings>Update & security>Recovery.The time you have to go back depends on what version of Windows 10 your PC is running after the upgrade. For example, if your PC is running Windows 10 Version 1511, you have a month to go back to your previous operating system. If your PC is running Windows 10 Version 1607, you have 10 days to go back. (To see what version of Windows 10 your PC is running after you upgrade, select the Start button, then select Settings>System>About.)
  • If your PC manufacturer provided the option, you might be able to restore your device to factory settings.
  • If options to go back and restore factory settings aren’t available, you can use installation media and a product key to install an earlier version of Windows.
  • For more info and requirements, see the Go back to your previous version of Windows section of Recovery options in Windows 10.
  • Note:If the manufacturer set up your PC to run from a compressed Windows image file (also known as Windows image file boot or WIMBoot) and included the option to restore factory settings, that option will no longer be available after you upgrade to Windows 10.

June 14, 2017

How does win10 clear the DNS cache?

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 6:03 pm
Sometimes, you may encounter such a situation, the computer suddenly can not go up the net, or there are some sites can not open the situation, but other sites can open. In this case, many DNS cache delays result. Before a Pepsi computer network “website open solution” in a detailed example, solutions need to clear the DNS cache, so how to clear the DNS cache, the most commonly used method is to use DNS cache command to complete, because many friends are not here for everyone in detail introduction.
Using the command to clean up the DNS cache method
1, open the computer command dialog, method is to use the shortcut key combination: Windows + R (winXP computer can click Start – run “), open operation box, and then open the back of the input CMD, is completed, click OK to open the CMD command operation box.
2, empty the DNS cache command: ipconfig/flushdns
We just enter this command in the CMD command box and press the enter key. It starts emptying the DNS cache automatically. Of course, if your system is win7, it is recommended to clear the Win7 system DNS cache.
Sometimes, you may encounter such a situation, the computer suddenly can not go up the net, or there are some sites can not open the situation, but other sites can open. In this case, many DNS cache delays result. Before a Pepsi computer network “website open solution” in a detailed example, solutions need to clear the DNS cache, so how to clear the DNS cache, the most commonly used method is to use DNS cache command to complete, because many friends are not here for everyone in detail introduction.
Using the command to clean up the DNS cache method
1, open the computer command dialog, method is to use the shortcut key combination: Windows + R (winXP computer can click Start – run “), open operation box, and then open the back of the input CMD, is completed, click OK to open the CMD command operation box.
2, empty the DNS cache command: ipconfig/flushdns
We just enter this command in the CMD command box and press the enter key. It starts emptying the DNS cache automatically. Of course, if your system is win7, it is recommended to clear the Win7 system DNS cache.

June 13, 2017

Where are the win10 help and support?

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 6:16 pm

Where are the Win10’s help and support? Users using XP and Win7 know that there is local help and support, but after upgrading to the Win8\Win10 system, but can not find help and support. In order to successfully use the system to help and support services, the following Xiaobian to introduce Win10 start “help and support” of the three methods of operation.

Win10 opens the methods of operation for help and support:
Method 1: F1 shortcut key
Traditionally, F1 has always been a built-in help file for Windows. Win10 inherits only half of this tradition; if you press F1 in the open application and the application provides its own help function, it opens.
Instead, Win10 calls the user’s current default browser to open the Bing search page to get help information in the Win10.
Method two: ask Cortana
Cortana is a virtual assistant Win10 own, it can not only help users search for files, one of the arrangements for the meeting, answering user questions, but also its function, so the problem for Cortana is also a good choice. When we need to get some help information, the quickest way is to ask Cortana to see if it can give some answers.
Method three: use the portal application
Win10 has a built-in application that helps users get help in Win10. The application is somewhat like the previous version of the help documentation that was exhaled by F1, but in Win10 it was provided with a App application, and through it we were able to get help and configuration information on all aspects of the new system.
On the operating method of Win10 opens the help and support to you here, everyone in the process of using the computer, if they do not understand the place, you can use the above method to open the help and support, so as to get help.

Win10 opens the methods of operation for help and support:

Method 1: F1 shortcut key

Traditionally, F1 has always been a built-in help file for Windows. Win10 inherits only half of this tradition; if you press F1 in the open application and the application provides its own help function, it opens.

Instead, Win10 calls the user’s current default browser to open the Bing search page to get help information in the Win10.

Method 2: ask Cortana

Cortana is a virtual assistant Win10 own, it can not only help users search for files, one of the arrangements for the meeting, answering user questions, but also its function, so the problem for Cortana is also a good choice. When we need to get some help information, the quickest way is to ask Cortana to see if it can give some answers.

Method 3: use the portal application

Win10 has a built-in application that helps users get help in Win10. The application is somewhat like the previous version of the help documentation that was exhaled by F1, but in Win10 it was provided with a App application, and through it we were able to get help and configuration information on all aspects of the new system.

On the operating method of Win10 opens the help and support to you here, everyone in the process of using the computer, if they do not understand the place, you can use the above method to open the help and support, so as to get help.

June 22, 2015

Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users

Filed under: windows 10 — admin @ 7:26 am

It’s official, folks: Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for existing Windows users—as long as you claim it quickly.

Kicking off the consumer-focused Windows 10 event in Redmond on Tuesday, January 21, Microsoft operating system chief Terry Myerson announced that current users of Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows Phone 8.1 will be able to upgrade to the new operating system for free as long as they do so within one year of Windows 10’s launch. Once you’ve claimed the upgrade, it’s permanent, and Microsoft will keep you updated for the supported lifetime of the device.

“We think of Windows 10 as a service,” Myerson said.

UPDATE: Windows 10 will be available to download July 29, and existing Windows 7 and 8 users can “reserve” their copy today.

Here’s the fine print from the Windows 10 page on Microsoft’s site:

“It is our intent that most of these devices will qualify, but some hardware/software requirements apply and feature availability may vary by device. Devices must be connected to the internet and have Windows Update enabled. ISP fees may apply. Windows 7 SP1 and Windows 8.1 Update required. Some editions are excluded: Windows 7 Enterprise, Windows 8/8.1 Enterprise, and Windows RT/RT 8.1. Active Software Assurance customers in volume licensing have the benefit to upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise outside of this offer. We will be sharing more information and additional offer terms in coming months.”

Did you catch that? Windows RT tablets won’t be upgraded to Windows 10—though they’ll get some of the new features—and business users will have to pay to upgrade and receive continued support.

The decision to make Windows 10 a free upgrade for existing users makes sense. Windows 8 users have vocally expressed their displeasure with the operating system, prompting happy Windows 7 users to stay put on that OS. That hinders Microsoft’s ability to execute its vision for a service-centric, cloud-connected future for Windows; making Windows 10 free could spur more users into embracing a modern Microsoft operating system.

And hey, it’d be weird to charge for Windows 10 after Windows 8 flopped so hard and Apple started giving away OS upgrades. Right?

Here’s how to give the Windows 10 Technical Preview a test drive today, if you’re the adventurous sort. Once you’re in, you’ll want to check out these killer new features first, and once you’re feeling comfortable, dive deep into the myriad tips, tricks, and tweaksburied under the hood.

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