My laptop is Dell Vostro with i7 and 8GB Ram. Fairly new one (less than 1 year) But even with a simple operation (like opening Skype) it starts to level up fan noise and mouse starts to flicker, lag from time to time.
I formated everything on my computer (because this was not the case until very recently) but even that didnt help.
What can be the reason?
I made the new PC discoverable and not pwd-protected, just like the other three. I set up the Documents folder in the new PC to be shared by Everyone with Full permissions. All four PCs are running Win 10 (ver. 2004). All are wired Ethernet desktop PCs except one existing PC is a Wi-Fi laptop.
This situation is weird because everything works fine when I go to the Search box (next to the Start icon) on any of the other PCs and type \\NewPC\Users\UName\Documents\. The same good result occurs when I set up a shortcut targeting \\NewPC\Users\UName\Documents\.
There is no hardware/connectivity problem because the new PC is seen by all the others and I can access the shared Documents folder\files in either of the two ways just described above.
Am I missing a setting, or something else? Thanks for any help.
I've bought a WD My Cloud Home. The device states that from a storage of 7 TB there is only 1.4 TB available, although I have only stored 3.5 TB on the drive apparently it is using hidden folders for a backup process but as I also have a MyBook installed I can't find any of the settings to disable the backup process.
its been a while my brightness doesnt work at the 2 and 3 level i will experience this issue every time when i sign in with a microsoft account doesnt matter what windows laptop it is in every laptop when i sign in with microsoft the brightness doesnt works on 2 and 3 level
My desktop PC can no longer receive Windows 10 updates.
Below is the error message that has come up over and over again, for the past 2 months:
2020-06 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1909 for x64-based Systems (KB4560960)
Status: Download error - 0x800700c1
Currently, I have Windows 10 Home (64-bit) v. 1909, build. 18363.720.
I also have another computer (a laptop) with Windows 10 Home (64-bit) and all the Windows 10 updates have worked fine, including the latest "May v.2004" update.
Can you help me with my desktop computer? I'd like to be able to continue installing new Windows updates on it.
Myron Achtman (Canada)
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