Windows 10 bug that can cut laptop battery life to be fixed by Microsoft and Intel
With just five days to go before Windows 10 begins its rollout on July 29, Microsoft and its major hardware partner Intel are working to fix some last-minute bugs, including one that can cut the battery life on some laptops by almost 10%.
PCWorld got a statement from Intel on their efforts to fix this Windows 10 battery issue:
While Microsoft is not expected to release new builds of Windows 10 before the launch date of July 29, it continues to fix bugs in the current 10240 build, including one that was released late on Thursday. PCWorld says there are rumors Microsoft could release a big "day 0" update for Windows 10 on July 29, along with updates for several of its Windows 10 apps. Microsoft would not confirm these plans, saying only, "A benefit of delivering Windows 10 as a service means we continue to offer ongoing innovations and security updates, continuously improving Windows 10."
Thanks to WPit for the tip!
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