Recently, I needed to install Windows Live Writer and Windows Live Movie Maker on my Windows 10 machine.
As can be seen in the above image, one of the setup requirements is Microsoft .Net Framework v3.5. However, setup fails when you try to do it via the built in installer.
Microsoft introduced a handy new command in Windows 7 to help you figure out your battery health.
To use it, do the following:
• Open a command prompt (as ‘administrator’)
• Type the following:
• Give it time to run for 60 seconds
• An html file will be created in your Profile directory. In my case, I get the following output from the screen”
C:\Users\hschoeman>powercfg -energy Enabling tracing for 60 seconds... Observing system behavior... Analyzing trace data... Analysis complete. Energy efficiency problems were found. 25 Errors 9 Warnings 23 Informational See C:\Users\techedemic\energy-report.html for more details.
The part in red above shows the location of the output file. Sad but true, my battery is dying – it only charged about 39% on the last charge:
Battery ID LGC06L09L6D16 Manufacturer LGC06 Serial Number Chemistry LION Long Term 1 Design Capacity 64069 Last Full Charge 25186