Defrag: Windows 10 on UEFI, 32 vs 64 Windows for Tablets, Auto hide taskbars and more...

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    Brian Catlin

    The misbehaving toolbar autohide problem appears on straight out-of-box systems. I have found that it is frequently caused by tray icons, especially OneDrive

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    mikenone

    My aunt gave me her new  Windows 8.1 laptop, and  I cannot find Windows Media Center nowhere in it. what happen to it?

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    figuerres

    , miknone2009 wrote

    My aunt gave me her new  Windows 8.1 laptop, and  I cannot find Windows Media Center nowhere in it. what happen to it?

    It's not part of the default windows install, if the o's is windows 8.1 standard then go get an 8.1 pro upgrade, you can get it with media center make sure it's that one.

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    Jeff_Birt

    I just bought/installed the same Asus router two days ago. Very nice unit, much better wireless coverage than my old one (Cisco).

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    Dax1792

    My router started powering down simultaneously the day after this show was posted. You saved me a lot of reading specs for a new router. 

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    Philip Saunders

    How about a tour of Gov house :-) to see it all in action lol.

    I used to love the home tour videos you did, shame they stopped.
    Also the history of microsoft videos stopped :(

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    jtzabecki

    What about Windows 10 upgrade for Windows RT.  I have searched the internet continually and I am still seeing a back and forth of alive and dead on RT devices.  However, since Windows 10 is supposed to be the operating system that connects all devices.  I am wondering what will be happening to the larger than 7" ARM based Tablet family.  What is to happen to them?  Do you have an answer?

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    Magic​Andre1981

    , jtzabecki wrote

    What about Windows 10 upgrade for Windows RT. 

    I read that RT gets an update to bring some functions to Windows RT. I gues this is like WP7.8 only a small update

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