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The bcdedit makes often a lot of problems. I have to manage various computers (some with UEFI and some with BIOS) with the same windows installation. My way is, I maintenance a single UEFI/GPT installation in a VMWare Machine (free of charge). To install it on other computers, I boot this VM-machine in cd-rom mode, using a clonezilla iso. Clonzilla offers ...


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I used to keep a lot "explorer windows folders and sessions" active for usage and easy jump & accessibility to folder and workspaces; mentally and digitally. Since I was never able to do this with Windows Explorer/ File Manager directly I started looking at and using some alternative file managers and eventually stumbled upon the following ...


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Yep. Don't worry about it. You can always switch back. You'd probably have to set the settings as you've found them (secure boot on, and UEFI) to have it boot normally with the old disk.


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This fixed it for me on my Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga 3rd Gen with 500 nits Dolby display: Click Start > Settings > System > Display Uncheck "Change brightness automatically when lighting changes". ...This setting doesn't just automatically change what your current brightness is. It limits how bright your display actually is EVEN when you ...


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The solution here was to uninstall "Standard SATA AHCI Controller" in the Device Manager, then reboot the machine. With thanks to... https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/ssd-showing-in-bios-but-not-disk-management-or-device-manager.2928703/


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Late answer, but this may help people specifically trying to use Deluge in Windows. Which I think they stopped updating in 2017. Windows wants you to choose a magnet handler through a specific options screen, "Choose a default app for each protocol". But that screen doesn't have 'magnet'. The problem is that windows is missing some registry stuff ...


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For those who are using Windows 10, Go to Start button > Settings > Ease of Access > Display. Set "Make everything bigger" to 100%. See here the screenshot of above Settings page. (Note: However keeping it to recommended settings gives you more readable texts across different applications.)


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Use Task Manager (with full access to "Processes" tab by clicking "More details" if needed) and expand "Service Host: Local System" service. If the service has "Windows Update", it is likely that your PC is installing updates after refreshing.


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