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Adapt These Settings for a Faster Windows 10

Posted on November 19, 2019 in Articles | by

When Microsoft launched Windows 10 in 2015, the company set a goal of hitting 1 billion installed devices within three years.

Two years later, 500 million devices were running Windows 10. That’s a little behind Microsoft’s aggressive target, but half a billion installed devices is a tremendous footprint. Now that we’re approaching the January 2020 end-of-life deadline for Windows 7, Windows 10 will continue to gain steam in higher education and beyond.

As it does, IT professionals can take a few simple steps to tweak performance and improve the user experience. Windows 10 includes new features that provide better power management and troubleshooting. Those tools, combined with some traditional Windows techniques, can dramatically improve the end-user experience and stretch limited IT budget dollars by extending the usable life of endpoint hardware.

Published November 2019 in EdTech Magazine.
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