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Each time I would space bar, I was thrown back to the beginning.
Not a big deal but a real pain in the (you can pick what ever body part you desire)
Here is how you turn off the background apps. First, press windows key + I
to open the settings area. Next, go to privacy and press enter. Now, down arrow
until you get to background apps and press enter. Now, start tabbing. As you
tab, you will hear a different background app each time you tab. If it just says
button, it is already turned off and you don’t need to do anything. However, if
it says button check, you need to press the space bar to turn off that app. Just
keep tabbing and pressing space bar on each one that says checked to uncheck the
app. You will end up at the home button. Just close out of settings and you are
done. Let me know how this works. Have a great one.
Sent: Wednesday, December 2, 2015 4:32 AM
Subject: Re: [win10] Windows 10 and turning off background
wow, that is one I sure did miss. how is it done?
At 11:59 PM
11/15/2015, you wrote:
I'm not sure if it's
this list now or another one, but someone shared a tip to turn off all
background apps as they are not needed. Until now, I left them alone because
didn't know what would happen if messed around in there. Now I have turned
them off, the laptop has suddenly sped up from the start. Thanks to whoever
shared this tip, very much appreciated.