Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number HP Envy 700-074 OS Windows 10 Pro CPU Intel Core I5-4430 CPU @ 3.00GHz Motherboard OEM Memory 12GB DDR3-1600 SDRAM Graphics Card Intel HD Graphics 4600 Monitor(s) Displays Samsung S27C230 Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080
Keyboard HP SK-2028 Mouse Logitech M510 PSU OEM Case OEM Cooling OEM Hard Drives Samsung SSD EVO 500GB Browser Edge Antivirus Windows Defender
Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Pi Foundation Raspberry Pi 3B OS Windows 10 IoT CPU ARM Cortex-A53 1.2 GHz 64 bit quad-core Motherboard Raspberry Pi Model 3B Memory 1 GB (LPDDR2 SDRAM) (shared with GPU) Graphics Card •VideoCore IV multimedia/3D graphics core @ 400MHz/300MHz Sound Card Combined 3.5mm audio jack and composite video Monitor(s) Displays 7 Inch Pi Foundation Touch Screen Screen Resolution 800x480 @60fps 24-bit color,
Keyboard Mini Wireless with touchpad Mouse FT5406 10 point capacitive touchscreen PSU 5V @ 10 A Case Pibow Midnight - Limited-Edition! Cooling 7.5 mm Heat Sink no fan. Hard Drives 8 GB SanDisk Ultra Class 10 Micro SD card. Internet Speed 10/100 Mbit/s Ethernet - 802.11n wireless - Bluetooth 4.1 Browser non Antivirus non Other Info •4 USB ports
•40 GPIO pins
•Full size HDMI 1.3a port
•Camera interface (CSI)
•Display interface (DSI)
•Micro SD card slot
Just installed as an upgrade from W8.1 on my Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro. Install was smooth and seemed a bit quicker than previous installs I had done on somewhat lesser hardware. This one is an i7/8Gb/256Gb configuration.
Even though the Y2P used to detect the 'modes', now it doesn't. IOW, when I fold the keyboard back it doesn't shift to tablet mode. But you can toggle that manually. That said, I don't see an advantage to having it switch to tablet mode. Frankly I didn't really like tablet mode as it is kind of a half-step between desktop and 'modern'.
Overall it works fine and a few applications and apps I ran all seem just fine.
Noted that it got an update immediately after the 1st new boot. No clue what the update was but it didn't break anything, which is always good!!
Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number DIY OS Windows 10 Pro x64 CPU Intel i7-4790k @ 4.7 GHz, 1.24v VID Motherboard Asus Maximus Hero VI Memory 32GB 2200 MHz G.skill Sniper Graphics Card MSI GTX 970 Gamer 4G Sound Card Onboard SupremeFX Audio Monitor(s) Displays NEC Spectraview 2490WUXi-SV Screen Resolution 1920 x 1200
Keyboard Cooler Master Storm Quickfire Rapid - Brown Mouse Logitech G602 PSU Seasonic X-850 (2012 KM3) Case Fractal Design R4 Cooling NH-D14, NF-F12, NF-A15; 2x NF-P14, NF-P12,2x NF-A14 PWM Hard Drives Samsung 850 Pro 256GB (OS), 2x Samsung 128GB 840 Pro in RAID0, Crucial 128GB M4, WD 2TB Black external USB 3.0, 3 x WD Blue 6Gb/s 1TB RAID0 Internal, 2TB USB 3.0 WD20EARS Green, 2x 500GB Seagate external USB, 1x 350GB external Internet Speed 126 Mb/s down, 24 Mb/s up Browser IE, Firefox Antivirus Defender, Malwarebytes Other Info USB 3.0 x6 , SATA III x8, eSATA x2, USB 2.0 x6. Samsung DVD R/W drive.
Microsoft is now letting everyone play with Cortana on the desktop and if you are trying to use the new 'Hey Cortana' feature and it is not working, we can help you out. This feature is turned off by default and you need to enable it so you can begin talking to the personal digital assistant.
To enable 'Hey Cortana', open Cortana and click the hamburger button in the top left of the window and go to settings. At the bottom of the window, you will see the 'Hey Cortana' setting that you need to enable.
After you enable this feature, you can begin to freely talk to Cortana but here are a couple tips to help you out.
Once you say "Hey Cortana" you need to say your question or statement right after you say "Hey Cortana", do not wait for the app to open. If you wait too long, Cortana stays open and does not respond to the next words you say unless you say "Hey Cortana" again.
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Windows 10 Enterprise and Pro/Windows 7 Enterprise/Linux Mint
I just finished the download, 3 hours and 30 minutes on my speedy internet connection. But, it's downloaded onto a USB, but not installed yet. Just wanting to see some reports. The other builds I had trouble with. I am clean installing it with Windows 7 (independent). I ran it in a VM but like the clean install better. But every time I went from 10 back to 7, it had to run disk check on every drive in my machine. I hope the new build will be better able to get along with 7. I also hope I can install the Nvidia graphics driver. I hosed 3 installations trying to install it. Just looking for some feedback before I install it. That will either be tonight, if I want to sit up all night, or tomorrow. Most likely tomorrow.
Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number essenbe custom build # 'I lost count'. Always under construction. OS Windows 10 Enterprise and Pro/Windows 7 Enterprise/Linux Mint CPU i7-5930K Motherboard Asus X99 Deluxe Memory 16GB G Skill DDR4-2800 Graphics Card EVGA GTX 980 Classified Sound Card On Board Monitor(s) Displays Asus 27" X 3 Screen Resolution 1920 X 1080
Keyboard Logitech G510s Mouse Logitech G502 Proteus PSU Seasonic X series 1050W Case Aerocool Strike X Cooling Corsair H105/ Noctua Industrial PPC 3000 RPM Fans Hard Drives 4X Samsung 850 500 GB, 2X Samsung 840 Pro 256 GB, 3X 2TB External Drives. Internet Speed Carrier Pigeon Speed Browser ie11/Chrome/firefox/Opera/edge Antivirus ESET and Mbam Pro Other Info Asus Z77 Maximus V Extreme-i7-3770K-16 GB DDR3-2400-EVGA GTX 780 CASSIFIED- 2X Samsung 256 Gb 840 Pro- Samsung 850 Pro 128GB-2 X 2TB Seagate Drives-Custom Water Cooling- 2X360MM RADS- PHANTEKS ENTHOO PRIMO.
HTPC - Asus Sabertooth-Corsair HX750-EVGA GTX 670 SC- 17-3770K- 2 X Samsung 840 EVO, 2 X 2TB Seagate, Corsair 600T.
Computer Type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Self-built using Gigabyte motherboard OS Windows 8.1, Win10Pro CPU AMD 1090T six-core 64-bit Motherboard Gigabyte GA-890GPA-UD3H Memory 12GB Graphics Card AMD R7 240 Sound Card Onboard Realtek ALC892 Monitor(s) Displays LG 24", Samsung 24" Screen Resolution 1920x1080, 1920x1200
Keyboard Corsair K40 Gaming Mouse Logitech wireless PSU OCZ 700W Case Antec Cooling Four case fans, one CPU fan Hard Drives Crucial SSD, Kingston SSD, WD 1TB HD Internet Speed 50MBits Browser IE v11, Chromium Antivirus MBAM
Windows 10 Build 10240 not coming through on Build 9926? I am currently running Windows 10 Build 9926 due to having issues installing Build 10162 using a USB. I had Build 9926 installed before and successfully updated to 10162 however a failed graphics driver install forced me to reinstall and since...
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Windows 10 Build 9926 Custom Theme Problem Hello everyone.
I tried to install custom themes on my laptop running W10 TP 9926. Firstly i tried to install this theme THEMECLICK
I did install uxstyle defined there. And used Ribbon Disabler. Than everything worked fine but after restarting...
Sound card problems? Windows 10 build 9926 Well, I installed Windows 10 build 9926 not to long ago and so far it's great. The only thing is their isn't sound. I've notice in device manager my sound card didn't install with the update. When I try "update driver" in the device manager, it'll ...
January Windows 10 build 9926 ISO now available Source: http://blogs.windows.com/bloggingwindows/2015/01/23/january-build-now-available-to-the-windows-insider-program/
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