Re: A weird problem with NVDA and Windows 10
You should do a reboot of Windows after awhile if you either leave it on, or use hibernate or stand by. Just as you should do a full reboot of
Windows after awhile if you leave the computer on, using hibernate or stand by stops, or mostly shuts down the actual computer, depending on the option you use, but it doesn't reboot Windows. but leaving on a machine or using stand by or hibernate for many days or perhaps a week or even longer shouldn't result in bad performance. After awhile, it will cause problems. You can experiment if you wish to see how long it takes. It varies depending on how you use the computer and perhaps on other things. Some people may have to reboot every four or five days, some people may be able to go for seven days or longer. Or you may just want to arbitrarily pick a number of days such as four or five and then reboot. As with memory, there is an enormous amount of inaccurate information passed around on this subject.
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Yes indeed, it allows windows to do a reasonable job of deleting temp files
and other stuff that way. I used to leave my machine in hibernate, and at
first this seemed to be good, but after a few days it was slowing down and a
complete restart fixed it. Not the issue here but a lesson learned.
I agree with Gene that its most likely to be power settings or an nvda
misconfigure or just something odd in the software of that particular laptop
maker which we are unaware of.
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From: "Shaun Everiss" <sm.everiss@...>
Sent: Tuesday, April 03, 2018 12:16 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] A weird problem with NVDA and Windows 10
>I have this with a user with an older system, which is at least for now
> He seems to like to leave it with windows open locked ofcause, and well
> its on all night.
> The system is often locked up or really sluggish till I restart it.
> My general rule is if I am gone for a few hours at home say 2 of them or
> less is to leave it on but if I know I will be gone for longer than 30
> minutes I tend to shut the entire box down. Unless I am doing something.
> On 3/04/2018 9:23 a.m., marcio via Groups.Io wrote:
>> Hi guys,
>> My NVDA is having a strange and very annoying problem.
>> It happens that when I stay too much time far from my computer, when I
>> come back my screen is totally frozen and there's nothing I can do about.
>> Mouse and keyboard aparently don't receive my commands, my computer just
>> stays there, out of any action.
>> The only thing I can do, obviously, is to manually restart it and then
>> all seems to back to normality.
>> How I can resolve this problem? I'll really appreciate if there's a
>> solution for my cyber nightmare haha