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I have just updated windows with the creators update. I also updated my nvidia drivers.

When the nvidia drivers installed, my display switched into HDR mode.

Now i have a setting in windows to turn the hdr on/off and in the nvidia control panel i have a new option to use nvidia display settings or windows. If i choose nvidia settings, the screen sets to SDR mode, if i switch to use windows settings HDR is enabled in windows.

However, as i have no prior experience i am unsure as to leave the setting on or off. 

When it is on, i have noticed that colours are different. But this could be due to the contrast and oled brightness being locked at values not set by me.

I would like to use the HDR setting, but at the moment i feel that all i am doing is skewing the colours so they aren't represented correctly. But this could also just be me not knowing how things are meant to look.




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Wondering if anyone else has found this (re-pairing my watch at the moment...hoping there's a glitch in the software somewhere and not a hardware issue with my watch).


In testing whether the iPhone can actually disable Bluetooth or not (under Settings) I found the watch wasn't failing over to wifi when bluetooth isn't available to communicate with the iPhone. Restarting the devices, no change. 

Watch also wasn't showing up in the client list on my wireless access point.

Wondering if anyone else has seen this behaviour since upgrading.

please help!

thank you!


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Twitter on Tuesday announced yet another crackdown on abusers.


With the goal of making Twitter a safer place, it has come up with new ways to


Prevent the creation of new abusive accounts;

Make search safer; and

Collapse potentially abusive or low-quality tweets.

Twitter also pledged to persist in its anti-abuse endeavors, saying it would keep rolling out product changes, some more visible than others, and updating users on its progress every step of the way.




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Facebook on Monday moved to prevent spy applications from accessing its users' data.


The company has updated its Facebook and Instagram policies to prohibit developers from using data obtained from those platforms in surveillance tools, according to Rob Sherman, deputy chief privacy officer at Facebook.


Facebook already has taken enforcement actions against devs who created and marketed surveillance tools in violation of the company's previous policy, he noted, adding that "we want to be sure everyone understands the underlying policy and how to comply."




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McDonald's on Wednesday began testing new mobile ordering and payment functionality at 29 of its restaurants in Monterey and Salinas, California.


It will expand the pilot to another 51 restaurants in Spokane, Washington, on March 20.


The company will run multiple pilots to gather customer feedback, work out any issues that arise, and streamline integration with its IT systems before rolling out its updated mobile app to nearly all 14,000 restaurants in the United States -- as well as 6,000 others in Canada, the UK, France, Germany, Australia and China -- by the end of the year.




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