Lenovo Settings App for Windows 10 Gets Updated

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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The Lenovo Settings app, just as the name pretty much makes it clear, allows you to manage a wide range of options on your Lenovo device. You have Smart Settings, options for power, input, networks, audio/media, camera, display and more.

The app has apparently received a small update for Windows 10 users, but we weren’t able to notice anything different, especially as there was no changelog provided by Lenovo for this update.

Lenovo Settings app updated for Windows 10

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The update comes in at a size of 16.7 megabytes, which might be considered as a hint that it’s a small update and doesn’t bring in any new features. And, indeed, when I checked the app, and while I don’t use it this often, I wasn’t able to spot anything different. If you did, then please leave your comment below and let us know what did you spot.

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If you still don’t have the app, but you want to give it a try, make sure you install it only on a system with a x86 processor. Many customers who’ve downloaded it have left a negative review, so I guess this update is meant to fix some of the problems which were causing these complaints.

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