I am one of those who prefer to work at a computer a great time. I do not like to buy computers / new laptops without upgrading the old ones and be sure that I have done my maximum to those whowerefaithful until recent times.
That is why we have multiple devices, each with a certain age, some older, some newer but none fresher than 3years :).
The equipment in question are:
Laptop – Dell Inspiron 1501 – purchased in 2007
Laptop – Dell Latitude D630 – received for use in 2008 and acquired in 2014
EE-PC – Asus – acquired in 2010
Desktop – HP Compaq dc5700 PC
My problem is that … they’re getting old and all recent operating systems make them make true fans of hurricanes and speeds leave desirable for most of them.
Who isintestswithWindows 10 knows thatappeareda newupdate –Build10074.
StartonBuild10074–Windows 10–whenupgrade fromthe previous version,no longer works. Press the start button, “Windows” keyor anykeyand do not function. I thoughtinitially thatended withtestingand searchedifthere wereuserswho hadthe same problem withmine.
I found thisdiscussion–link–and Iamusedat thepeakofthe resolutionthere.To fixthe Start buttonto doan update fortheWindowsguyshavefixed the problemwithan update–it seems to havefailed tointegrateinbuild –andyou must goto SettingsUpdate–Update …
The funny partis whenyou complainthat you do not have a Startbuttonand someonerecommends youto pressthe Start-Settings
Nowfor thecurious ones, there is another wayto get toSettings and that isright-click onDesktopand selectPersonalize:
Then it’s simple … is seeking the update and install – restart and ready – you have a Start Button Functional
I always liked to write about open source and …. I always liked to test operating systems. This means that starting with Windows Vista I took part in the testing of closed source operating system (hehe) – owner – to give a critical eye on this operating system.
As you know I like to use free software development. In this period, the Windows version came out with Windows 10 (so easy) which, it seems, it will be free. Reaching such a creative power that it allows you to create something free on your money seems absurd but unknown are the ways … and probably not difficult to predict.
To test this version of Windows you need a Microsoft account (whether it’s live, hotmail or outlook) to prove that you test this operating system. I have a tester account for some time and my account is Gmail .
DVD image is downloaded somewhere here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/preview-iso
The “burn” on a DVD and then installed on a computer. We recommend testing a computer, not a production, being vulnerable sensitive data on the disk because the state is the operating system.
After installation follow updates and upgrades. Many “bugs”, especially after upgrading to version 10041, which wants the latest version. After this upgrade “dies” application “Mail, Calendar, and People” only marks.
What I like to repair is that it appeals to the console 😀 . Open a powershell (or administrator account “run as administrator”) and enter this command:
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