TITLE

Problems Solved

PUB. DATE
February 2020
SOURCE
Computer Act!ve;2/12/2020, Issue 573, p64
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Are W10 updates affecting my laptop? Generally, such quirks are ironed out over time but you can steal a march on Microsoft's roll-out schedule and your laptop manufacturer's machinations by forcing a check for new drivers. If your laptop has a touchscreen and you're using the touch keyboard, then click Start followed by the Settings cog and then Devices. In Chrome, for example, press Control (Ctrl)+Shift+Delete (Del), then tick "Cached images and files" and click "Clear data".
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141575765

 

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