Just like other Lenovo notebooks, the Yoga 910 comes with Lenovo Companion. Lenovo Companion offers high-level software features to control the many aspects of the product. Most of what Lenovo Companion can do can be found in Control Panel, but not all of it. Updates are one feature of the application; it will also include Lenovo software updates.
It's always good to know your warranty and service information. If you think something is wrong with your hardware, a built-in scanner will review the system.
You can turn your notebook's connection into a mobile hotspot as well. Paper display will turn down certain colors and use the camera and light sensors to determine and provide the best reading conditions.
There is also a battery manager built into the program. High-level tweaks to the keyboard and touchpad are also available.
Location awareness and some audio settings are also available.
The camera's contrast and brightness can be tweaked, and you can tweak the display's brightness settings.
Lenovo's account portal is also pre-installed. Realtek's HD Audio Manager and Dolby Audio program are also present.
Lenovo's BIOS is extremely basic and does not offer many performance-tuning options. You will probably never have to enter the BIOS.
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