couple of questions

Compusmurf

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Looking for 2 things.

Win 10, for the Balanced power profile, you had a slider to go from better battery, to performance. Where did THAT get hidden?

Also when I click NOTIFICATIONS, the darn calendar always pops up. How can I make THAT stop?

These might be obvious and maybe I'm working too hard and my brain got mushy. :)
 
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NtSFstEddie

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It's probably because I'm on a desktop pc that I have never seen the slider.I read somewhere that he slider had been removed.If that was official or not I can't say.

As for notifications,are you sure you're clicking on notifications and not on the calendar?Right now,I have no notifications to view so if I click in that area the calendar pops up.When I do have a notification to view,another tab appears next to the calendar,I click on that and the notification pops up.Are you sure that you actually have a notification to view?
 

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Compusmurf

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Ok, yes, it's confirmed on laptops, the slider is gone. They buried it in settings as a dropdown. How stupid. :(

As far as the notifications, if I hover and/or click the counter, the notifications AND calendar both pop up. I can minimize the calendar, but it's still there EVERY TIME. An annoyance.
 

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It's gone from being a slider to being a choice of 3 items.

System --> Power --> Power mode - your choices are as follows:

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Compusmurf

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Yeah, I found it. How stupid. The slider was much more convenient.
 

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Eh. Some would say otherwise - this way you only see the option that you are actually using at any given moment, so it's less confusing for some.

Others, like me, probably don't care - as we never use it to begin with lol.

Glad you found it though.
 

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Compusmurf

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I'll live without it. My new laptop is friendly with Throttlestop and you can do the actual "hidden" performance and battery saver profiles with it. Always a "workaround". When I'm on power I don't allow it to sleep anyway. Only care on battery.
 

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Indeed. I'm the opposite - I use desktops and go flat out on them, not letting them sleep (much, anyway). Hence my lack of need for that setting.
 

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    SanDisk Ultra SDSSDHII-960G-G25 960 GB SATA III SSD
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  • Operating System
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    Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6300U CPU @ 2.40GHz, 2501 Mhz, 2 Core(s), 4 Logical Processor(s)
    Motherboard
    Dell
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    16 GB
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    Intel(R) HD Graphics 520
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    Intel(R) HD Graphics 520 + RealTek Audio
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    Dell laptop display 15"
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