|Subject||Posted By||Forum||Category||Last Activity||Activity|
|WIndows 10 S on existing hardware||StevenLayton||Microsoft||Windows||2 weeks ago||3 Replies|
|Backing out of the insider W10 builds||StevenLayton||Microsoft||Windows||4 months ago||6 Replies|
|Nexus 6P Hot pocket||StevenLayton||Mobile||4 months ago||3 Replies|
Does anyone know if it will be possible to update existing computers to Windows 10 S? I work in a school and we have a bank of unmanaged Windows 8 laptops. Upgrading them to Windows 10 S, and managing them through the educational version of inTune is of interest to me.
Whats the easiest way of backing out of the Windows 10 insider builds, and go back to a clean 1607 build? Is it just a case of turing off insider builds from Settings > Windows Update > Windows Insider Program? What then? If I do a restore, will it be a 1607 restore I go back to, or do I need to do a clean install of W10?
A few months ago my Nexus 6P was updated to Android 7.0 and my battery life suddenly plummeted.
I’m a big Audible user and use it daily on my drive to and from work. After the 7.0 update my battery would drain by about 20% on my 35 minute drive to work. It didn’t do this before the update. At work the phone would often get really hot in my pocket, the MS Next lock screen would always be active, and once or twice Audible would spring to life in my pocket.
I tried resetting it and many other things, nothing seemed to work.
Just before Christmas, on a hunch, I removed the Next lock screen and I think that this has cured the issue. I’d been using the Next lock screen before the 7.0 update without issue.
Has anyone had this issue? I can only think that the Next lock screen was at fault here, though the Audible app springing to life was also odd. I'd still like to be able to use Next again, but don't want the battery issues or hit pocket. Thoughts?