Thank You, Microsoft, For Fixing This Nerve-Racking Bug in Windows 10

If you’re a long-time Windows user, you probably know there are bugs in there that have somehow made it to every new OS feature update, despite many people actually experiencing and reporting them.

While we’re not going to discuss the way Microsoft handles feedback, because this has already been a hot topic lately especially after the Windows 10 version 1809 fiasco, there are moments when small issues become incredibly frustrating.

And this happens mostly when you regularly encounter the same problem, which when spending nearly half a day working on a computer, as I do, is something that you can’t avoid.

One of the biggest annoyances in older Windows 10 versions was the way the operating system handled by screen brightness settings.

Not only that there was no slider to adjust brightness, as Microsoft removed it when it released Windows 10, but user settings were ignored when switching a device from battery power to a charger and the other way around.

In just a f... (read more)

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