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A Windows 10 USB-C bug is causing some PCs to take a long time to shut down

If your Windows 10 PC is taking an unusually long time to shut down, check to see if you have a USB Type-C device plugged into it. That could be your culprit, depending on which version of Windows 10 you are running. Advertisement. “A bug in the USB …Read more





A Windows 10 USB-C bug is causing some PCs to take a long time to shut down

If your Windows 10 PC is taking an unusually long time to shut down check to see if you have a USB Type-C device plugged into it That could be your culprit depending on which version of Windows 10 you are running A bug in the USB Type-C Connector
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Windows 10 USB-C glitch is causing sluggish shutdowns

MICROSOFT HAS FESSED UP to a bug in the Windows 10 USB-C peripheral charger or some other device when the machine youre using is powering down or going into sleep mode Doing that on an affected machine will cause its to take 60 seconds longer to
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Windows 10 A guide to the updates

Release date May 29 2019 This build addresses two dozen minor bugs in the just-released version of Windows 10 including one in which a File Share Witness does not remove Server Message Block SMB handles which causes a server to eventually stop
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Windows 10 Fall Creators Updates most common user problems and complaints

However this is not a bug with OneDrive or Windows 10 Microsoft simply had a communication problem with users As it turned out the real issue is that the company is just rolling out Files On-Demand slowly and itll just take some time to reach every
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Worried Windows 10 will crash your PC Heres how to dual-boot with your existing Windows install

Windows 10 is available to anyone who wants to try it but it still represents an early build meaning the slightest bug can unexpectedly cause your system If it doesnt install the first time you may need to download some extra utilities based
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The Windows 10 October Update Is Still Breaking Things You Can Deal With It Or Opt For A Chromebook

The afternoon of the day before Thanksgiving Microsoft announced that a driver problem was causing some systems with Intel graphics to lose audio if they included a monitor or TV connected by HDMI USB-C Windows 10 and MacOS machines usually take
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