• @teawrecks
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    256 months ago

    Just because you won’t use a feature doesn’t mean the feature shouldn’t work for anyone ever. That would be like Windows having a bug where it’s stuck in colorblind mode, and a colorblind person comes along and says, “that’s fine, I want it that way”.

    • @MJBrune@beehaw.org
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      66 months ago

      First, you can shutdown completely. You can either issue a command line “shutdown /s now” or you can go uncheck the option “Turn On Fast Startup (Recommended)” It’s not a removal of a feature.

      Second, this is a default option and Microsoft is choosing the one that works for most humans. You are demanding the thing that inconveniences the most people be the default. So it’d be like a colorblind person demanding that the colorblind mode that works for them be the default way because they are slightly inconvenienced by going to the settings.

      • mayooooo
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        136 months ago

        Having an option to choose s3 inconveniences most humans? Wtf? And the clearly broken option is good? Are we on reddit?

      • @teawrecks
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        You are demanding the thing that inconveniences the most people be the default

        Please quote me where I demanded this.

        Your colorblind example is literally my example.

        I do not care what the default is. Ffs, I don’t even use windows except when I have to for work. My ONLY request is for a feature to work, at all, period.

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          16 months ago

          You can shutdown completely, you can hibernate, or you can edit the power plan settings for sleep and remove the network component. Depending on what you want to do.

          • @teawrecks
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            16 months ago

            It’s like you didn’t even read the article we’re all talking about.