H. I have a 2015 Dell laptop with a 32GB hard drive running the original 2015 Win 10 Home. I have never been able to update Windows 10 due to insufficient disk space. I only have 5 gigabytes of free disk space, whatever I do. I tried to clean the disk, deleted the unused programs, but I still see only a marginal improvement in disk space.
While the device was still under warranty, I spoke to Dell Support about this issue. They said they were just living with it, which is not a big deal. Do you have a solution to this problem? Or do I just have to be content with the status quo? The laptop works reasonably well, և I do not want to create a problem միջոցով to be dismantled by a non-working computer.
– Need. Niedham
aI’m afraid it’s a big deal. If you can not update Windows, you will not get any security fixes, your computer is vulnerable. So I was going to put in a fast external hard drive (SSD) եցի I moved as much of your data to that drive as needed to free up the 20 gigabytes needed to install the 64-bit version of Windows 10. will only release 16 gigabytes if you install the 32-bit version 🙂
H. I have an HP desktop computer running Windows 10. I mainly use Microsoft Edge browser. About a month ago, when I put my computer to sleep, it would go to sleep but wake up in a few minutes. I have a friend who has the same problem with his laptop. It may start after one of the Microsoft Windows updates.
– Low Ames Lunds, Renton
A: There are many possible reasons for your computer to exit your mode.
The first thing to do is check what Windows has woken up to. Start scrolling down the menu և the Windows system folder. Right-click on that command prompt in that folder, then select More / Run as Administrator. Finally, in the command prompt that appears, type powercfg -lastwake.
Of course, what you do next depends on what Windows reports. It could be a malicious device, a network adapter, or even malware.
H. Wow, last night I watched Netflix’s “Our Social Dilemma” show. It was shocking. I hope all social media users are watching this app, especially parents who allow their children to use social media. I immediately deleted my Facebook account, but I want to keep accessing the internet. I’ve been a solid Chrome user for years, but no more. Can you guide me when choosing a browser that does not track և does not sell my browser data և better protect my privacy?
– Lisa, bow