Users who are testing the final version of Windows 10, you reported an error Windows operating system 10, in which the battery life of the devices is reduced. Microsoft confirmed the existence of a problem.
Once installed on the laptops of the final version of Windows 10 users have noticed fast battery discharge. The duration of the work away from the outlet is reduced by about 10%. According to Microsoft, it is about failure, over which we are working. The update will be released in conjunction with Intel. The release of this update should return the index of autonomy of laptops on the Windows 8 experience.
“We expect that the time for Windows 10 will be about the same as on Windows 8.1 after the update of the final drivers for the operating system,” – said in a statement Intel.
The impact on the power consumption of laptops also has voice assistant Cortana, awaiting commands from the user. Running in the background process consumes about 1 MB of memory. Voice commands for a few seconds, raise the CPU Core i5 laptop HP Spectre x260 to 6%.
Meanwhile, journalists portal Softpedia has tested the operating system Windows 10 on a netbook Acer Aspire One, released 7 years ago. This device runs on the Intel Atom N450 processor with a clock frequency of 1.66 GHz, RAM size is 1 GB hard drive holds 320 GB.
“On Windows 10 netbook seven years ago looked better than the seemingly more suitable for operating system Windows XP”, say the journalists of the resource. For Microsoft, which wants to see Windows 10 on a billion devices and sell a subscription to their services to their owners, this can be great news, but manufacturers are working on the already declining market computers, it is unlikely that this will please.
The next version of the Microsoft operating system on 29th July 2015. The first public version of Windows 10 will be left without Russian version of the voice assistant Cortana, but will please the owners of analogue Apple Music — music streaming service Groove. Free upgrade to Windows 10 to July 29, next year will be users of computers on Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 “home” and “professional” versions. Windows 8 users will have to first install version 8.1.