Windows 10: Reporting bugs as both a developer and consumer electronics manufacturer

Discus and support Reporting bugs as both a developer and consumer electronics manufacturer in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; I have a paid developer account and work for a consumer electronics company that makes Windows-compatible devices. A recent Windows 10 update has... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by TravisJHicks, Sep 16, 2019.

  1. Reporting bugs as both a developer and consumer electronics manufacturer


    I have a paid developer account and work for a consumer electronics company that makes Windows-compatible devices. A recent Windows 10 update has broken our device compatibility due to erroneous driver selection. How am I supposed to report this to Microsoft? I've reported through the Feedback Hub app, but I feel like there must be a better channel for higher-priority issues like this.

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    TravisJHicks, Sep 16, 2019
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  2. Lenovo is the Greenest Electronics Manufacturer

    Greenpeace has produced a new report in which it ranks Chinese-based computer manufacturer Lenovo as the world’s most eco-friendly electronics firm, beating other environmentally friendly companies such as Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Dell and Samsung. Out of the fourteen different companies detailed in the report, Apple Inc. came last. The companies are ranked according to the amount of toxic chemicals that are used when producing their electronics, not how energy efficient the devices themselves are, something that is beginning to become a major problem in countries such as China where many of these electronic devices are manufactured. Unsurprisingly, Apple responded by saying “We disagree with Greenpeace's rating and the criteria" as part of a statement.

    Here’s the list in whole, with each company’s score out of ten:
    • Lenovo – 8
    • Nokia – 7.3
    • Sony/Ericsson – 7
    • Dell – 7
    • Samsung – 6.3
    • Motorola – 6.3
    • Fujitsu/Siemens – 6
    • Hewlett Packard – 5.6
    • Acer – 5.3
    • Toshiba – 4.3
    • Sony – 4
    • LG Electronics – 3.6
    • Panasonic – 3.6
    • Apple - 2.7
    Source: BBC News
     
    Jimmy 2004, Sep 16, 2019
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