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moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

 

On Thu, Jan 30, 2020 at 09:19 AM, Mario wrote:
/hibernate off just disables hibernation, and /h off disables both hibernation and fast start up
It's absolutely false.  The /H and /HIBERNATE switches are the same thing.  There are a number of switches to the POWERCFG command that can be specified just by their first letter.  If you want to see what those are, open a command prompt, do a CD  DOCUMENTS to put you in your documents folder, then enter POWERCFG /? > POWERCFG.TXT

You can then open the POWERCFG.TXT file with notepad and review all the options of the POWERCFG command at your leisure.
 
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Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363  

Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting them.

        ~ Joshua Liebman


moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

 

As I said earlier, Fast Startup is just a special variant of system hibernation.

In normal hibernation, both the OS state of Windows itself and the user(s) state(s) of those logged in at the time of hibernation are written out to disk.  These are retrieved when the system is next powered up.

In Fast Startup, only the OS state of Windows itself is written out to disk.  It is, of course, retrieved on power up.  The reason this can become problematic is if someone does not restart their system every once in a while, and uses Shutdown almost exclusively, corruption can creep in to that special OS state hibernation file, and if it does you can get some very, very bizarre behaviors that are almost impossible to fathom unless you know about this possibility and try doing a Restart.  Restart forces a complete shut down, with absolutely nothing about the OS state saved to disc, and when the machine comes up again it loads Windows 10 from scratch from disc.

If hibernation is disabled, it's disabled.  It's an all or nothing affair, and since Fast Startup is a special case hibernation, it is automatically disabled when hibernation is disabled.
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Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363  

Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting them.

        ~ Joshua Liebman


moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

Mario
 

I read a post on a forum discussion that using the /hibernate off just disables hibernation, and /h off disables both hibernation and fast start up, but I don't know enough about hibernation to say that is true. sounds a little far fetched.

-------- Original Message --------
From: Dave Durber [mailto:d.durber@...]
To: <main@jfw.groups.io>
Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2020, 3:50 PM
Subject: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?
Hello Brian:
If you turn off hibernation, is the fast start up option also turned off
along with hibernation or, is it still there, but hidden?
If it is hidden because hibernation is turned off, would it be a good
idea, to first turn off fast start up, before turning off hibernation.
Dave Durber

----- Original Message -----
*From:* Brian Vogel <mailto:@britechguy>
*To:* main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
*Sent:* Thursday, January 30, 2020 1:02 AM
*Subject:* Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

From what you describe it does appear that you have hibernation
fully disabled, which would make Fast Startup an impossibility
(which is a good thing, in my opinion).

If you want to reenable the ability to hibernate for the machine,
you'll need to open an elevated command prompt (admin privileges)
and enter the following command:

*powercfg /hibernate on

*After exiting, and restarting your system, then see what shows up
in the Power Options dialog.

-

Brian *-*Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363

*/Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand
another's beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing
or accepting them./*

~ Joshua Liebman


moderated Re: 2 Issues while using JAWS in Word

Leo
 

Hi Rahul,

I got my reasons to suspect that what's happening to you is more related to the version of office you are using than anything else. I had problems working with office 2016.

Currently, I'm working with word 2019 and jaws 2020 and I'm able to reply to any comment. Besides, Whenever jaws comes across a footnote, it verbalizes it correctly. Footnote one, etc.

As for replying to the comments, you can try this:

First of all, be sure to go to the comment whether listing the comments, (control plus shift plus semi column) or listing the virtual items, (hold down windows key plus column).

However you do it, arrow down to find the comment you want to reply to, and hit enter.

Presently, press separately and one key followed by the other, alt plus r plus n.

I repeat, do not press this combination simultaneously, but one after the previous one.

Jaws now should announce that you're in the comment pain. All you have to do now is bringing up the context menu, and hopefully, you'll find the comments related options to reply, etc.



Best,
   Leo
On 1/30/2020 7:05 AM, Jason White via Groups.Io wrote:

The comment-related options are present if the cursor is inside the text of the comment (e.g., Alt+r, n), and you use Shift+F10 to access the context menu.

On 1/30/20, 04:16, "Rahul Bajaj" <main@jfw.groups.io on behalf of rahul.bajaj1038@...> wrote:

    Hi, All,

    I use Word 16, through office 365, and JAWS 2019. Have also tried
    2020, and the following 2 issues persist. They are:

    First, The option to edit, delete and reply to a comment with shift+f
    10, or the applications key, has now gone. Even if you are at the spot
    where JAWS says 'comment', pressing these keystrokes does not allow
    you to interact with the comments at all.

    Second, when there are footnotes in the documents, instead of reading
    out their number, JAWS sometimes says 'superscript'. I know for a fact
    that it is a footnote and not a superscript, but JAWS does not say so.

    Thanks.

    Best,
    Rahul


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    --
    Rahul Bajaj
    Candidate for the MPhil in Law
    Rhodes Scholar (India and Linacre 2018)
    University of Oxford










moderated Re: 2 Issues while using JAWS in Word

Jason White
 

The comment-related options are present if the cursor is inside the text of the comment (e.g., Alt+r, n), and you use Shift+F10 to access the context menu.

On 1/30/20, 04:16, "Rahul Bajaj" <main@jfw.groups.io on behalf of rahul.bajaj1038@...> wrote:

Hi, All,

I use Word 16, through office 365, and JAWS 2019. Have also tried
2020, and the following 2 issues persist. They are:

First, The option to edit, delete and reply to a comment with shift+f
10, or the applications key, has now gone. Even if you are at the spot
where JAWS says 'comment', pressing these keystrokes does not allow
you to interact with the comments at all.

Second, when there are footnotes in the documents, instead of reading
out their number, JAWS sometimes says 'superscript'. I know for a fact
that it is a footnote and not a superscript, but JAWS does not say so.

Thanks.

Best,
Rahul


--
--
Rahul Bajaj
Candidate for the MPhil in Law
Rhodes Scholar (India and Linacre 2018)
University of Oxford


moderated Re: 2 Issues while using JAWS in Word

david
 

See if the notes below help:

From: Tim Ford
There is a very handy JAWS method to more easily accomplish the task of reading comments imbedded in a Word document.

When in the document, hold down the Windows key, and press the, semicolon key. That brings up a nice and clean JAWS box in which you can arrow to and
press enter on any of the four options, comments, footnotes, endnotes, or revisions. Pressing enter on comments will give you what you want, a nice clean
box in which the author of the note is shown, and the full text of the comment is displayed, and you can easily read the text with the usual arrow reading
commands. (You can copy and paste any of that material, which is what I would do to put together a document back to the commenter, as opposed to trying
to enter your own comments directly into the base Word document.)

For each comment, there is a link you can press, and that takes you to that part of the document.

The above works the same for the four categories, comments, footnotes, endnotes, revisions.

The above works for me, and I cannot imagine an easier system for use with JAWS. Good luck.
Tim Ford

The impossible is the untried, Never under estimate the power of a dream.

-----Original Message-----
From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rahul Bajaj
Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2020 4:16 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: 2 Issues while using JAWS in Word

Hi, All,

I use Word 16, through office 365, and JAWS 2019. Have also tried
2020, and the following 2 issues persist. They are:

First, The option to edit, delete and reply to a comment with shift+f
10, or the applications key, has now gone. Even if you are at the spot
where JAWS says 'comment', pressing these keystrokes does not allow
you to interact with the comments at all.

Second, when there are footnotes in the documents, instead of reading
out their number, JAWS sometimes says 'superscript'. I know for a fact
that it is a footnote and not a superscript, but JAWS does not say so.

Thanks.

Best,
Rahul


--
--
Rahul Bajaj
Candidate for the MPhil in Law
Rhodes Scholar (India and Linacre 2018)
University of Oxford


moderated 2 Issues while using JAWS in Word

Rahul Bajaj
 

Hi, All,

I use Word 16, through office 365, and JAWS 2019. Have also tried
2020, and the following 2 issues persist. They are:

First, The option to edit, delete and reply to a comment with shift+f
10, or the applications key, has now gone. Even if you are at the spot
where JAWS says 'comment', pressing these keystrokes does not allow
you to interact with the comments at all.

Second, when there are footnotes in the documents, instead of reading
out their number, JAWS sometimes says 'superscript'. I know for a fact
that it is a footnote and not a superscript, but JAWS does not say so.

Thanks.

Best,
Rahul


--
--
Rahul Bajaj
Candidate for the MPhil in Law
Rhodes Scholar (India and Linacre 2018)
University of Oxford


moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

Dave Durber
 


Hello Brian:
 
If you turn off hibernation, is the fast start up option also turned off along with hibernation or, is it still there, but hidden?
 
If it is hidden because hibernation is turned off, would it be a good idea, to first turn off fast start up, before turning off hibernation.
 
Dave Durber
 

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2020 1:02 AM
Subject: Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

From what you describe it does appear that you have hibernation fully disabled, which would make Fast Startup an impossibility (which is a good thing, in my opinion).

If you want to reenable the ability to hibernate for the machine, you'll need to open an elevated command prompt (admin privileges) and enter the following command:

powercfg /hibernate on

After exiting, and restarting your system, then see what shows up in the Power Options dialog.

-

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363  

Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting them.

        ~ Joshua Liebman


moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

Mario
 

I was right. since I disabled hybernation off in Windows 7 before I
upgraded to 10, the fast start up check box isn't available.

-------- Original Message --------
From: Mario Brusco [mailto:mrb620@...]
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2020, 7:47 PM
Subject: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?
Brian, after step #3, this is what JAWS says (copied from JAWS's speech
history, and all I'm doing is tabbing):

Search box Edit
When I press the power button: (Plugged in) Combo box
Shut down
3 of 4
Sleep check box not checked
Show in Power menu.
Lock check box checked
Show in account picture menu.
Cancel Button
Tool bar Back to Power Options (Alt + Left Arrow) Button
Tool bar Recent locations Button
Tool bar Up to "Power Options" (Alt + Up Arrow) Button
Tool bar All locations split button
Search box Edit

-------- Original Message --------
From: Brian Vogel [mailto:@britechguy]
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2020, 6:47 PM
Subject: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?
First, before I go any further, I strongly suggest that Fast Startup be
turned OFF.  If you have a machine with an SSD you will not notice any
difference whatsoever in boot time whether it's off or on, and for
machines with HDDs the difference is not all that great and not worth
the problems that can occur from Fast Startup being enabled.  When I'm
setting up a Windows 10 system one of my standard steps is turning Fast
Startup off secondary to some of the really bizarre issues I've
encountered on systems with it activated and that disappeared once it
was turned off.

The above being said, Mario, did you follow Step 3 in Bill's
instructions, which presume you're already in the Power Options dialog
of Control Panel, that reads:

3. In the new window [which refers to the Change what the power button
does dialog]; click on Change settings that are currently unavailable.

If you do not do this you will never have the Fast Startup checkbox
available.  I have never seen it not be available, but since Fast
Startup is a special form of hibernation, if you did set up your system
to forbid hibernation entirely (as opposed to just not showing it as an
option) then Fast Startup would not be possible since it is a form of
hibernation.


moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

 

From what you describe it does appear that you have hibernation fully disabled, which would make Fast Startup an impossibility (which is a good thing, in my opinion).

If you want to reenable the ability to hibernate for the machine, you'll need to open an elevated command prompt (admin privileges) and enter the following command:

powercfg /hibernate on

After exiting, and restarting your system, then see what shows up in the Power Options dialog.

-

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363  

Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting them.

        ~ Joshua Liebman


moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

Mario
 

Brian, after step #3, this is what JAWS says (copied from JAWS's speech
history, and all I'm doing is tabbing):

Search box Edit
When I press the power button: (Plugged in) Combo box
Shut down
3 of 4
Sleep check box not checked
Show in Power menu.
Lock check box checked
Show in account picture menu.
Cancel Button
Tool bar Back to Power Options (Alt + Left Arrow) Button
Tool bar Recent locations Button
Tool bar Up to "Power Options" (Alt + Up Arrow) Button
Tool bar All locations split button
Search box Edit

-------- Original Message --------
From: Brian Vogel [mailto:@britechguy]
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2020, 6:47 PM
Subject: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?
First, before I go any further, I strongly suggest that Fast Startup be
turned OFF.  If you have a machine with an SSD you will not notice any
difference whatsoever in boot time whether it's off or on, and for
machines with HDDs the difference is not all that great and not worth
the problems that can occur from Fast Startup being enabled.  When I'm
setting up a Windows 10 system one of my standard steps is turning Fast
Startup off secondary to some of the really bizarre issues I've
encountered on systems with it activated and that disappeared once it
was turned off.

The above being said, Mario, did you follow Step 3 in Bill's
instructions, which presume you're already in the Power Options dialog
of Control Panel, that reads:

3. In the new window [which refers to the Change what the power button
does dialog]; click on Change settings that are currently unavailable.

If you do not do this you will never have the Fast Startup checkbox
available.  I have never seen it not be available, but since Fast
Startup is a special form of hibernation, if you did set up your system
to forbid hibernation entirely (as opposed to just not showing it as an
option) then Fast Startup would not be possible since it is a form of
hibernation.


--

Brian *-*Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363

*/Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's
beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting
them./*

        ~ Joshua Liebman


moderated Re: update Thunderbird

Mario
 

thanks Steve.

-------- Original Message --------
From: Steve Matzura [mailto:number6@...]
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2020, 6:21 PM
Subject: update Thunderbird
I updated to 68.4.2 earlier today with no operational difference.


On 1/29/2020 3:04 PM, Mario wrote:
I recently got a message that there is an update to Thunderbird, but
someone on this ML mentioned that maybe it's not something to do.  I'm
wondering if I should or not.  I'm currently using 68.3.1 and am
concerned because it mentions it includes some important security
updates but am also concerned about screen reader accessibility and
being able to continue to use TB.  what do those using TB think I
should do?
.






.


moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

Steve Matzura
 

This may apply to some. On my systems, I get an additional dialog that has combos for time to turn off display or go to sleep, after which is a link labeled "Additional power settings" that must be activated to reveal the Step 2 screen.


On 1/29/2020 5:41 PM, Richard B. McDonald wrote:

Thanks Bill!  That did it!

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Bill White
Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2020 11:51 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

 

Hi, Richard.

 

To enable Fast Startup, do the following:

 

1. Access Windows 10 Power Options. This can easily be achieved using several methods:

a. Right click in the lower left corner of the screen (or simultaneously press the Windows + X keys). This will bring up an 'Admin' menu. Simply select Power Options from that menu.

 

b. From within the Desktop; navigate to Control Panel>Power Options. Or

c. From within the Start Screen; type "power", click on Settings, and select Power Options from the list of results:

 

2. In the 'Power Options' window; click on Choose what the power buttons do (from the left hand panel):

 

3. In the new window; click on Change settings that are currently unavailable.

 

4. Check Fast Startup.

 

Bill White

billwhite92701@...



moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

 

First, before I go any further, I strongly suggest that Fast Startup be turned OFF.  If you have a machine with an SSD you will not notice any difference whatsoever in boot time whether it's off or on, and for machines with HDDs the difference is not all that great and not worth the problems that can occur from Fast Startup being enabled.  When I'm setting up a Windows 10 system one of my standard steps is turning Fast Startup off secondary to some of the really bizarre issues I've encountered on systems with it activated and that disappeared once it was turned off.

The above being said, Mario, did you follow Step 3 in Bill's instructions, which presume you're already in the Power Options dialog of Control Panel, that reads:

3. In the new window [which refers to the Change what the power button does dialog]; click on Change settings that are currently unavailable.

If you do not do this you will never have the Fast Startup checkbox available.  I have never seen it not be available, but since Fast Startup is a special form of hibernation, if you did set up your system to forbid hibernation entirely (as opposed to just not showing it as an option) then Fast Startup would not be possible since it is a form of hibernation.


--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363  

Tolerance is the positive and cordial effort to understand another's beliefs, practices, and habits without necessarily sharing or accepting them.

        ~ Joshua Liebman


moderated Re: update Thunderbird

Steve Matzura
 

I updated to 68.4.2 earlier today with no operational difference.

On 1/29/2020 3:04 PM, Mario wrote:
I recently got a message that there is an update to Thunderbird, but
someone on this ML mentioned that maybe it's not something to do. I'm
wondering if I should or not. I'm currently using 68.3.1 and am
concerned because it mentions it includes some important security
updates but am also concerned about screen reader accessibility and
being able to continue to use TB. what do those using TB think I should do?
.


moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

Mario
 

Unfortunately, I don't find a fast startup checkbox. could it be that
because I upgraded to Windows 10 from 7 that the fast startup was
automatically disabled? I had previously turned off hybernation in
Windows 7.

-------- Original Message --------
From: Richard B. McDonald [mailto:richardbmcdonald@...]
To: <main@jfw.groups.io>
Date: Wednesday, January 29, 2020, 5:41 PM
Subject: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?
Thanks Bill!  That did it!

*From:* main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> *On Behalf Of *Bill White
*Sent:* Wednesday, January 29, 2020 11:51 AM
*To:* main@jfw.groups.io
*Subject:* Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

Hi, Richard.

To enable Fast Startup, do the following:

1. Access Windows 10 Power Options. This can easily be achieved using
several methods:

a. Right click in the lower left corner of the screen (or simultaneously
press the Windows + X keys). This will bring up an 'Admin' menu. Simply
select Power Options from that menu.

b. From within the Desktop; navigate to Control Panel>Power Options. Or

c. From within the Start Screen; type "power", click on Settings, and
select Power Options from the list of results:

2. In the 'Power Options' window; click on Choose what the power buttons
do (from the left hand panel):

3. In the new window; click on Change settings that are currently
unavailable.

4. Check Fast Startup.

Bill White

billwhite92701@... <mailto:billwhite92701@...>

*From:*main@jfw.groups.io <mailto:main@jfw.groups.io>
[mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] *On Behalf Of *Richard B. McDonald
*Sent:* Wednesday, January 29, 2020 11:28 AM
*To:* jfw@groups.io <mailto:jfw@groups.io>
*Subject:* How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

Hi!

I am using JAWS 2019 and Windows 10.  Previously, with FS in “Tandem,” I
got to the checkbox for “Fast Start” and unchecked that option.  Now, I
want to get back to it and check it (i.e., turn it on).  But, I cannot
figure out how to get back to it.  So, how do you get to the “Fast
Start” option?

Thanks,

Richard


moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

Richard B. McDonald
 

Thanks Bill!  That did it!

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io <main@jfw.groups.io> On Behalf Of Bill White
Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2020 11:51 AM
To: main@jfw.groups.io
Subject: Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

 

Hi, Richard.

 

To enable Fast Startup, do the following:

 

1. Access Windows 10 Power Options. This can easily be achieved using several methods:

a. Right click in the lower left corner of the screen (or simultaneously press the Windows + X keys). This will bring up an 'Admin' menu. Simply select Power Options from that menu.

 

b. From within the Desktop; navigate to Control Panel>Power Options. Or

c. From within the Start Screen; type "power", click on Settings, and select Power Options from the list of results:

 

2. In the 'Power Options' window; click on Choose what the power buttons do (from the left hand panel):

 

3. In the new window; click on Change settings that are currently unavailable.

 

4. Check Fast Startup.

 

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Richard B. McDonald
Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2020 11:28 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

 

Hi!

 

I am using JAWS 2019 and Windows 10.  Previously, with FS in “Tandem,” I got to the checkbox for “Fast Start” and unchecked that option.  Now, I want to get back to it and check it (i.e., turn it on).  But, I cannot figure out how to get back to it.  So, how do you get to the “Fast Start” option?

 

Thanks,

Richard


moderated update Thunderbird

Mario
 

I recently got a message that there is an update to Thunderbird, but
someone on this ML mentioned that maybe it's not something to do. I'm
wondering if I should or not. I'm currently using 68.3.1 and am
concerned because it mentions it includes some important security
updates but am also concerned about screen reader accessibility and
being able to continue to use TB. what do those using TB think I should do?
.


moderated Re: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

Bill White
 

Hi, Richard.

 

To enable Fast Startup, do the following:

 

1. Access Windows 10 Power Options. This can easily be achieved using several methods:

a. Right click in the lower left corner of the screen (or simultaneously press the Windows + X keys). This will bring up an 'Admin' menu. Simply select Power Options from that menu.

 

b. From within the Desktop; navigate to Control Panel>Power Options. Or

c. From within the Start Screen; type "power", click on Settings, and select Power Options from the list of results:

 

2. In the 'Power Options' window; click on Choose what the power buttons do (from the left hand panel):

 

3. In the new window; click on Change settings that are currently unavailable.

 

4. Check Fast Startup.

 

Bill White

billwhite92701@...

 

From: main@jfw.groups.io [mailto:main@jfw.groups.io] On Behalf Of Richard B. McDonald
Sent: Wednesday, January 29, 2020 11:28 AM
To: jfw@groups.io
Subject: How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

 

Hi!

 

I am using JAWS 2019 and Windows 10.  Previously, with FS in “Tandem,” I got to the checkbox for “Fast Start” and unchecked that option.  Now, I want to get back to it and check it (i.e., turn it on).  But, I cannot figure out how to get back to it.  So, how do you get to the “Fast Start” option?

 

Thanks,

Richard


moderated How do I get to the "Fast Start" option in Windows 10?

Richard B. McDonald
 

Hi!

 

I am using JAWS 2019 and Windows 10.  Previously, with FS in “Tandem,” I got to the checkbox for “Fast Start” and unchecked that option.  Now, I want to get back to it and check it (i.e., turn it on).  But, I cannot figure out how to get back to it.  So, how do you get to the “Fast Start” option?

 

Thanks,

Richard