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You may have noticed that Edge will sometimes not work properly in the install that you created. If you try a Bing search in Edge, a service starts up that consumes near 100% of CPU time and it never stops. I don't recall the name of the service.
This issue apparently only occurs after a "clean" install, not after an upgrade. You can sometimes fix it by going to Settings and resetting the operating system, but that also only works sometimes.
Despite dozens of complaints about this issue on various Microsoft sites, the tool that you download has not been fixed so far. Very disappointing!
If you open a "blank" Windows explorer in the current (latest? I dunno, what time of day is it in Redmond?) version of Win10, it opens on "This PC" - and the (still stupid, still there) ribbon shows "Uninstall or change a program", "System properties", and "Manage" - all of which are actually useful but I don't remember seeing there before.
Is this new, or another sign of my forthcoming slide into senility?
Bad command or file name. Bad, bad command! Sit! Stay! Staaaay...
AntiTwitter: @DalekDave is now a follower!
unfortunately the driver is providing a server. I will code a server and client using socket. server will be an industrial computer if my client is a client. I will control the panties through this computer.