Please have a look in Device Manager and identify (and post here) what your graphics is (i.e. Intel HD 4000?). Try highlighting it, right-click and select update drive>search automatically for updated driver software.
Last edited by Alphamale; 10 Apr 2016 at 22:27.
Backup and Recovery is useless on an upgraded system, wouldn't you?
Cyberlink suite 1.34gb
That's the only thing unstalled. Everything else is ok.
Last edited by Alphamale; 11 Apr 2016 at 09:43.
I never got a response back from Microsoft but the CPU usage is fixed now, I did a clean install of Windows 10 to see if that would fix everything. The brightness button that was grayed out wasn't grayed out anymore but when I clicked it to change the brightness the percentage would change but the screen would not go dim. And eventually the button was grayed out again. The display driver is Intel(R) HD Graphics. Tried updating it but it's already up to date. It might be an issue with Dell.