12-29-2017 04:00 AM
I've been using my laptop for about 13weeks now, it was fine until yesterday the system updated and now the whole laptop seems slower, I can hear the fan going round ( there was no noise at all before) and the bottom bit is slightly warm?
Could this be due to the update? If so, is there a way of undoing the update
12-29-2017 04:22 AM
My Lenovo laptop thinkpad Product ID :42905BM accidentally had its screen crack a year ago, since then I haven't used it until yesterday I replaced its screen and tried to put on the power but it couldn't come on.I charged it for quite awhile now but still no power to the laptop
12-29-2017 05:38 AM
Unfortunately many updates to windows make it much slower, a way to leave a little faster and turning off system updates. See below
I'm from Brazil.
Disable Windows 10 Update
Step 1. Press "Windows + R" to open "Run" and enter the command "gpedit.msc" (without the quotation marks);
Step 2. On the left side of the window, expand the "Computer Configuration", "Administrative Templates", "Windows Components" and "Windows Up" keys;
Step 3. In the right part of the screen, double-click on "Configure Automatic Updates". Finally, check the option "Disabled" and press "OK";
Step 4. If you want to disable automatic updating and just be alerted about new updates, select "Enabled" and then below "Choose before you download and install any updates
Ready! With this simple tip, Windows 10 will not install new updates without your consent.