Windows 10 laptop overheating solution

Max. processor state is the most key point for reduce overheating,  usually, this is somewhat like reduce CPU frequency.

Reference: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PZNRtRiLG-0

laptop overheating in Windows 10? Try this simple method to fix the overheating problem. Right click on Windows Start Button I Power Options I select your current plan I change plan settings I Change Advanced Power Settings I Processor Power Management I you have to do two changes here
1- Maximum Processor State: change it around 75 both on battery and plugged in
2- System Cooling Policy: Make it active both on battery and Plugged in
NOW RESTART your PC and check if it has minimized the heating

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OpenWrt : Setting auto re-dial with pppoe

Reference: https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=24719

check_ifup.sh

#!/bin/sh

INTERFACE=$1
[ -z “$INTERFACE” ] && exit 1

IFNAME=

# check for current and actually used interface from /var/state
[ “`uci -P /var/state -q get network.$INTERFACE.up`” == ‘1’ ] && IFNAME=`uci -P /var/state -q get network.$INTERFACE.ifname`

# bridge
[ -z “$IFNAME” ] && {
IFTYPE=`uci -P /var/state -q get network.$INTERFACE.type`
[ “$IFTYPE” = ‘bridge’ ] && IFNAME=”br-$INTERFACE”
}

# special protocol
[ -z “$IFNAME” ] && {
IFPROTO=`uci -P /var/state -q get network.$INTERFACE.proto`
case “$IFPROTO” in
ppp*)
for file in `ls -1 /tmp/.ppp-counter/ppp*`; do
[ `cat “$file”` = “$INTERFACE” ] && { IFNAME=`basename $file`; break; }
done
;;
esac
}

# fallback, use interface as ifname
[ -z “$IFNAME” ] && IFNAME=$INTERFACE

#echo $INTERFACE
# check if interface is connected
net_addr=`ifconfig $IFNAME 2> /dev/null | grep ‘\binet addr:\b’`

if [ “$net_addr” = “” ]; then
echo “Re-dial $IFNAME “
ifup $1
sleep 12
echo “Restart multiwan”
/etc/init.d/multiwan restart
sleep 10
echo “Check current route status…”
echo “`route`”
else
echo “$IFNAME is up “
fi

#ifconfig $IFNAME | grep ‘\binet addr:\b’

exit

auto_redial.sh

check_ifup.sh wan
check_ifup.sh wan2
check_ifup.sh wan3
check_ifup.sh wan4

Adding cronjob or using Luci > System > Scheduled Tasks, 

*/1 * * * * /sbin/auto_redial.sh

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