Fast Boot is another personal choice. Some say it's worthwhile and some don't.
I should have mentioned this earlier. The 10 Store is much different than the 8/8.1 Store in that if ever you have a problem with an app, open the Store, use the search box to find the app, and open its page. That will give you information on the condition of the app so far as whether or not the app needs repair or reinstallation.
So far as the forum not letting you post screenshots > It may be that you need a certain amount of posts or more time of membership. You will find general FAQ button on the header of any forum page. Windows 10 Forums FAQ
So far as inserting pics: Reading and Posting Messages But like I said, you may need more posts and/or time.
And while I'm at it and since you're new: Forum Rules - Windows 10 Forums The link is found at the bottom left on any forum page.
Good that you made a Restore Point. Of course, and just as a reminder, always back up important data.
That's all I can think of for now. Good luck to you, Marko.
Midding with registry is always some gray area, and not something I or anyone would recommend to someone new to computing. You have to have some or better to say a decent extent of knowledge of what you are doing, and then its maybe ok. Trial and error doesn't go hand in hand there.
CCleaner is my personal and only choice. I use dropbox for important data and onedrive for personal stuff so no worries there its all on the cloud.
Will complete uninstall and reinstall today and report back, store just says open facebook on the app page.
Great stuff and thanks for taking the time to reply.
Mail notifications are getting through.
Glad to be of some help, Marko.
I figured the Store would say as much. Just pointing out how MS is going about fixing WinRT Store apps. Ok on the rest and good luck!
will update and after that im officially done with it whether it works or doesn't work.
I'm looking forward to the new universal app, and hope this gets ironed out properly. As mentioned earlier I sell over FB so this is a must feature for me.
Calendar, Mail and other windows native apps work as intended.
That's it from me regarding this issue.
Any which way, good luck to you, Marko, both with tech and business.
Its not perfect, but I'll keep using it, and rely on an open browser window to do the work at hand till they, hopefully iron it out.
Thanks. You only live once. Gotta make the most of it. And you do need money for that :-)
I upgraded to 10 from 7 in August. Ten has run OK for me since then, but for a few things. I get freeze-ups for no apparent reason, which require a hard re-boot; I can't ctrl-alt-delete my way out of it.
The major thing, however, is that ever since Windows Update installed the latest "fixes" yesterday, October 14, 2015, all hell has broken loose, relatively speaking. I have no access to the Action Center, Edge won't start, and worst of all Start won't work. Right-click functionality is still there, but left-clicking results in a big error box popping up telling me that there is a problem with my start menu, and that they will attempt to fix it after I sign out and sign back in again. I sign out, sign back in, and the problem persists.