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       #340

    DooGie said:
    Does it give any advantages Brink ?
    It appears to be similar to "High Performance" but with everything cranked up to as high as it will go.

    You probably could watch the battery meter drop on a laptop with this setting. LOL
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       #341

    Brink said:
    It appears to be similar to "High Performance" but with everything cranked up to as high as it will go.

    You probably could watch the battery meter drop on a laptop with this setting. LOL
    Thanks for the fast reply :) Sounds an interesting addition to the power options.
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       #342

    Scottyboy99 said:
    I agree system restore is nowhere on the level of an image but it has got me out of a hole a few times. Most commonly when one of the native apps hoses up for some unknown reason. I canít believe with each feature update it gets switched off by default by MS. it should be on by default even if only using 1%. Or MS should at least respect the users choice and not turn it off when doing a major update.
    I agree. I've also been saved by System Restore, but that was many, many moons ago. For me, since Microsoft turns off System Restore with every update, I don't think there's anything there to restore to, so why bother with the hassle?
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       #343

    Brink said:
    It looks like Windows 10 build 17083 comes with a new Ultimate Performance power plan.

    Choose Power Plan in Windows 10 Performance Maintenance Tutorials

    Attachment 175770
    Hmmm, wonder why that wasn't brought out when the Build was released? Oh, well, you found it, Shawn. Good work!
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       #344

    cereberus said:
    What is exact status of HomeGroups now?

    According to 17063 blogs, it is going to be retired for next release except looking in this build, they are still seem to be there looking in network and sharing menus.
    Do we need it?

    The Quick Launch Bar was "retired" too, but I can still create it with every clean install.
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       #345

    Brink said:
    It looks like Windows 10 build 17083 comes with a new Ultimate Performance power plan.

    Choose Power Plan in Windows 10 Performance Maintenance Tutorials

    Attachment 175770
    Huh...it's not there for me. I still only have Power Saver, Balanced and High Performance.
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       #346

    Wynona said:
    Do we need it?

    The Quick Launch Bar was "retired" too, but I can still create it with every clean install.
    I was asking more out of curiosity. I use conventional networks shares. Now if that was to be deprecated....
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       #347

    blackroseMD1 said:
    Huh...it's not there for me. I still only have Power Saver, Balanced and High Performance.
    Same here.
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       #348

    Brink said:
    It looks like Windows 10 build 17083 comes with a new Ultimate Performance power plan.

    Choose Power Plan in Windows 10 Performance Maintenance Tutorials

    Attachment 175770
    Never saw this on my desktop that I was trying to troubleshoot why 17083 killed my Overclock.
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       #349

    Brink said:
    It looks like Windows 10 build 17083 comes with a new Ultimate Performance power plan.

    Choose Power Plan in Windows 10 Performance Maintenance Tutorials

    Attachment 175770
    Not for everybody apparently:
    Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17083 for PC Fast+Skip-image.png

    As for System Restore, it would be enough to just leave setting as it was individually set in previous build/update.
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