Well, here we are in the last third of January, 2016. It's been almost a month since my last post and a lot has transpired since then.
In this post I only intend to address an issue that I've experienced, and apparently, from what I've seen in YouTube (University), there have been many others who have experienced the same.
I downloaded Windows 10 on January 10th - no, I was not working with numerology, I was waiting till the last few days before Service Pack 1 expired, which was the 13th. What I thought would be easy, turned out to be... well, not so. Without going through all the gory details (a wee bit of exaggeration there), I finally got Windows 10 installed and running. Before I continue, I should say that I'm not a programmer, tech geek, or anything of the sort. I'm just your ordinary guy that looks for things that suits my needs and finds out what I can do with what I have.
After installing Windows 10, with my external monitor still plugged into my computer, and operating, Windows 10 wouldn't recognize the screen on my laptop - only the external monitor. In short, I:
So, for a short time, I got used to working with one screen again, while waiting for a friend who is a programmer to work on it.
One day, while multitasking, I had to walk away from my computer, and when I returned less than a half-hour later, the computer was off. I didn't shut it down, nor did we have a brown or black-out. I restarted it, and while restarting, the screens went black, so I tapped the "Start" button on my computer... nothing. So I did it again - both screens came on!
I still can't adjust my computer to just come online with both screens as with Windows 7, but I can live with two extra clicks before signing in to Windows 10 to get both screens working.
Making the above short:
Worthy of note:
I have a Dell N5050. It's a basic computer, but I like basic computers. I can add programs and apps which I like and I'm familiar with.
Hope this helps!
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