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New Windows operating system just around the corner.


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Check power consumption and condition battery With AIDA64 Extreme

It could be that something in the background is preventing you from going into power saving mode.

In idle mode CPU utilization shall not exceed 5%.

 

I think the screen stays on (the truth is, I did not notice if I woke it up or it was on before I touched the touch).

I'll call tomorrow to check with If this is supposed to be the case because just yesterday I turned it on for the first time (the screen is big then maybe because of that. The laptop is a Legion 5 with a 17.3 screen).

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I think the screen stays on (the truth is, I did not notice if I woke it up or it was on before I touched the touch).

I'll call tomorrow to check with Lenovo If this is supposed to be the case because just yesterday I turned it on for the first time (the screen is big then maybe because of that. The laptop is a Legion 5 with a 17.3 screen).

Gaming computers with a 17.3 screen, especially those that come with processors , Consume electricity, even in simple operations. Oh because of the big screen and because the processor it comes with a TDP of 45W

So it is not unreasonable that it holds only 3 working hours. And that does not mean that there is necessarily some kind of malfunction.

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Gaming computers with a 17.3 screen, especially those that come with processors Intel, Consume electricity, even in simple operations. Oh because of the big screen and because the processor it comes with a TDP of 45W

So it is not unreasonable that it holds only 3 working hours. And that does not mean that there is necessarily some kind of malfunction.

 

A very big bass. The alternative was another computer with a Reisen 5700u and I see that the data there is significantly lower:

https://www.amd.com/en/products/apu/amd--7-5700u

Unfortunately no one answered me in the specifications, so I had to choose based on my knowledge.

 

Anyway, It is recorded that it is supposed to hold 8 hours and that the network has a double-digit number of hours.

I did a bios update and it improved the time displayed. Since it's constantly changing, I need to let it run from 100 to 0 and see how long it will take (I'm pretty sure more than three hours after the update).

 

A very big drawback is that it is really but really heavy

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And back to the topic of discussion ...

 

Here's a tap of what's expected in the new version of Windows - 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMHgM_hTzlw

 

 

Of course like any new version, do not rush to install it on a computer 

It is important, and if possible, to try it on a "versatile / non-critical" computer.

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Lol

 

Do you want an intelligent or wild guess?

In fact, the two are not worth much.

Niall wait for the date.

Much more than cosmetics, it is important to see / know

If there are real improvements in terms of MH itself -

File system, Etc. etc'.

If they just "improved" a user interface, they didn't do much about it.

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By the way, for those who are really burning, there is an ISO network of 11,

Not exactly the final finite (if there is such an animal), but close.

 

Again, not for a work computer.

Only on a system designed for testing / impression, if any.

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There does not say everything.

The child is the thing.

The image of what "leaked" is 21996,

And what will be officially announced, is 22000.

 

There could be many more changes.

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for example

6.0.6002.18005.lh_sp2rtm.090410-1830_x64fre_client-b-hb--u_retail_ja-jp-FRTMCXFRE_JA_DVD.iso

It's a particular group's build

The 21996 does not have any additions other than ISO NAME

And not in REGS

So there will be no such difference that he presents in the video

I hope so

Because this operating system does not renew anything and is really inconvenient to work

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I installed the current beta version that was leaked as a virtual machine. This is what she looks like at first. (Yes, the Start button is in the center by default, but you can change it)

image.thumb.png.bd28430ab8accaedba5e202781b8899e.png

 

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