The Maximum processor state is the maximum percentage performance your CPU will automatically increase to save energy and battery life when CPU demand increases. You would want to keep this percentage the same or higher than the Minimum processor state setting.
This tutorial will show you how to add or remove the “Minimum processor state” and “Maximum processor state” setting under Processor power management in Power Options for all users in Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.
Ainsi donc, il nây aura plus de ConfĂ©rence SharePoint. Microsoft a dĂ©cidĂ© de la remplacer par une confĂ©rence beaucoup plus large, avec en plus de SP2013 et de Office 365, Lync, Exchange, ProjectâŠ
Comme si on nâĂ©tait pas dĂ©jĂ assez nombreux Ă la SP Conf. Mais bon, la raison de MS a parfois des raisons que la raison ignoreâŠ
Donc, bloquer dĂ©jĂ la semaine du 5 mai 2015 et rendez-vous Ă Chicago pour la premiĂšre grand messe du genre.
Toutes les infos disponibles Ă ce jour sur : http://blogs.office.com/2014/07/21/microsofts-unified-technology-event-for-enterprises/
Forty-five years ago, on July 20, 1969, astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin accomplished a feat considered impossible for much of human history. Escaping the gravitational pull of the earth, and soaring beyond its atmosphere, they were the first persons to set foot on the moon. Their successful mission was the crowning achievement of NASAâs space program. Similar to space explorers, leaders desire to expand the frontiers of their industry, to reach higher levels of influence, and to go beyond what has been previously accomplished. For them, the primary challenge isnât defying gravity but denying the self. Journeying to significance means going beyond the limitations of self-interest by way of servanthood.
Going Beyond Yourself MeansâŠ
1) Seeing Beyond Yourself 2) Growing Beyond Yourself 3) Giving Beyond Yourself 4) Gathering Beyond Yourself
Aside from that, a leader has to offer others a vision that
1) compellingly solves a significant problem 2) expresses a sense of urgency 3) is bigger than any one person 4) is connected to a realistic strategy 5) is infused with passion.
Even so, people wonât stick with the vision unless you stand by themâsupporting their needs, empowering them with responsibility, and sharing the credit for success.
Oracle, the maker of Java, has released a flood of security patches affecting a wide array of its products.Â In all, Oracle has released some 113 security fixes in its July Critical Patch Update, addressing holes in a plethora of products and services. But what most computer users are likely to be interested in are the newly-released security patches for Java.Â In total, Oracleâs security update is said to fix 20 vulnerabilities in Java, all of which can be exploited by remote hackers
Event Viewer errors..
I have four of them, all appearing in the last 24 hours, all ongoing, and all are the Kernel-Power ID137 type. The Kernel-Power error occurs when there is what the system sees as a sudden shutdown, and is not the type of error which causes problems. It is always the after effects of a problem. I am not concerned about it.
The errors always start with me putting my computer into hibernation, and quite why it sees hibernation as an error, I honestly donât know, but it does.
The error itself has no bad effect on the computer from a user standpoint and other than putting an entry into Event Viewer, there is no outward indication. No further investigation is requires, and I take no notice of it other than to tell you.
There are lots of errors recorded in Event Viewer sometimes, but what you might not realise is that many of the errors are rectified as Windows gets into step. What Windows doesnât do is erase reported errors even though the issue may be fixed in the next part of the boot sequence.
My advice: Use Event Viewer sparingly. Itâs results can be confusing and need to be seen in conjunction with other entries. It offers no one click or multiple click fixes. For the most part, it confirms what the user already knows, that being the computer is working well or not working well..
Itâs just a little black window, and typing in a command and pressing <enter> to execute the command can see lines of unintelligible stuff flow by very quickly indeed. This is itâs downfall for the uninitiated and computer illitertati.
There are not too many dangerous tasks which Command Prompt can host in its default state, but when initiated in ârun as administratorâ mode, it can be lethal and unstoppable.
My advice: Unless you understand consequences, have the knowledge, and know how to extricate yourself and your computer from the depths of despair, do not go near Command Prompt because you have heard that you can force changes by using it..
If you want to tune something, buy a guitar. Do not attempt to tune up your computer. Despite what you might hear from some computer users, Windows knows far more about âbest settingsâ than you will ever know, and considerably more than any suite of utilities making the claim that it can make your computer run better.
In commercial use, a computer may be altered to run one specific task, but this scenario is a long way away from a computer used for a range of differing tasks
If you find that a program or application will not run or runs badly, it is either incompatible with the operating system in some way or the hardware resources available are simply not enough for best case performance.
My advice: If you want good performance, do not buy a budget computer, do not change Windows settings, and never ever use anything which promises a one click fix..
Heat sensing utilities..
Ask me how hot your computer should be at rest and when doing tasks, and I will come back at you and ask how long a piece of string should be. There is no correct or right answer, but one thing is for sure. When your computer starts to cut out suddenly because it is getting too hot, you have a problem.
I use Speedfan to tell me what is happening, and I know that computer is running well. Presently, this is what is happening inside..
- CPU (AMD) = 33Â°C. This can rise very quickly indeed, but in a clean state, it will drop back very quickly too. Mine has a huge twin fan and large heat sink attached. Expect an Intel processor to hover around 50Â°C or more on a standard manufacturer supplied fan/heat sink assembly
- GPU (video) = 41Â°C. This is a 3rd party card with no cooling of its own, just fins. However, my case has a special fitment that allows for an 80mm fan to blow directly across the video card. If I was playing a game, I would expect to see it peak in the high 50âs, low 60âs at times..
- HD0 = 31Â°C. This is the primary drive (boot). Hard drives are not designed to work in environments beyond 45Â°C, and neither of mine do. The drive enclosure has a 120mm fan on either side, one pushing and one pulling. Laptops are not like this and the drive can often run at over 50Â°C. In cases like this, place your laptop on a cooler base and get the main and only fan cleaned out.
- HD1 = 30Â°C. As above..
- Northbridge chipset = 31Â°C. This shows ambient temperature in the case really, and laptops do not record this, only desktops
- Southbridge chipset = 29Â°C. As above
Note that my tower has ample cooling, is not in a particularly enclosed space, and is not doing very much at all. Were I to start an intensive game, the first two would shoot up. If I was to run a disk check, 3 and 4 would rise, and if I was pushing the machine to its absolute limits, all would rise.
Laptops see temperature changes fluctuate far more because there is little free air around them, are expected to work with the air intakes partially or completely blocked. With only one fan, it is amazing that they stay as cool as they do.
My advice: By all means run Speedfan or similar, but only pay particular attention if temperatures stay high. Peaks are fine and to be expected. It is when the peaks level out like a high altitude plateau that you should start to worry..
In conclusion: Utilities which run checks are great, but donât let them get to you. Use the results at any one time as a benchmark, and if the numbers start to rise and stay there, it is time to do something about it. Donât lose sleep and donât install anything which promises to fix everything. Ask people who know, and I mean âwho knowâ, not those who think that they know..
When your antivirus software is nicely installed and integrated with Windows, it has lots of chances to prevent malware infestation. It can block access to the malicious URL, kill the download before it executes, eliminate known malware based on its signature, detect and avert malicious behavior, and so on. But if the malware has already dug in its heels, that’s a different story. An arduous, months-long test by AV-Test Institute evaluated which products do the best cleanup job. Note that even if your antivirus is installed and running, it might miss a brand-new zero-day attack. If later on it gets an update that can detect that zero-day malware, it’s in the same situation as a product installed on an infested system. Well, it’s not quite as bad; at least the malware can’t fight back to prevent the initial antivirus installation.
Have any of the readers of this blog that have found Â your way to the new blog site that use surface’s for travel, have you had issues whereby the unit works great on a desktop, but if you are sitting in a airport seat, Â and trying to use the keyboard with the unit, it flops over?
Maybe I need a stiffer set of muscles in my leg to balance the keyboard on?
Blog migration status: Â Images still broken, categories a disaster, still migrating content, sitting in the Las Vegas airport and about to fall asleep waiting for my airplane…..
Facebook announced this week that it’s testing a âBuyâ button feature on the site that would allow users to make purchases without leaving Facebook. While it’s a good idea, and an inevitability, to combine online retail and social media, many users are likely to be put off by the thought of trusting Facebook with their credit card information. Facebook preemptively addressed those concerns in its press release announcing the new feature, saying: âWe’ve built this feature with privacy in mind, and have taken steps to help make the payment experience safe and secure. None of the credit or debit card information people share with Facebook when completing a transaction will be shared with other advertisers, and people can select whether or not they’d like to save payment information for future purchases.â Of course, the site’s move into e-commerce will have plenty of detractors, and Facebook will have to prove it belongs on the same stage as industry giants such as Amazon and eBay. However, with Facebook’s already-massive user base growing every day, there’s no denying that the move will be a hugely profitable one for Facebook. It remains to be seen, however, just how users will react to the potential privacy ramifications.
You may also want to turn off your Windows phone as needed. For example, before entering a court room.
This tutorial will show you how to completely turn off and turn back on your Windows Phone 8 or 8.1 phone.