But one hint . . . I got this update yesterday:
"Security Update for Internet Explorer Flash Player for Windows 10 Insider Preview September Update for x64-based Systems (KB3087040)"
It fixed one or more issues I was having (not in any way related to IE) and so far, I don't seem to have your other problems. I'll describe one later in this post and another in a separate post.
I have Office 365 2016 installed. I use Defender and other security apps Microsoft has installed by default and no other security measures. <knocking on wooden haid> I have had very few security issues; the worst one was on Windows 8.1. As well, I install several other programs I need, which have presented no problems at all.I realize this is all part of being an Insider, but this build is stretching my patience. And I'm pure MS. Don't fool with the registry or cleaner. Use Defender. Haven't had to change or don't fool with drivers. Don't do customization except Bing Desktop. Have Office 2016 Preview installed and works great. No other 3rd party programs. All MS.
I do find that with Build 10547, bootup and login are taking closer to 30 seconds, rather than the 10 seconds prior builds took.
Since I did a clean install of Build 10547, I had to reinstall Office 365 2016 ProPlus, which wouldn't activate. I was given the following two links by a fellow Tech Previewer:
1. https://support.office.com/en-us/art...c-94959b222bd3 and
My issue on the desktop was fixed by using Options 1, 2 and 3 in the first link; however, when I installed O365 on one of my laptops, that wouldn't work. Once I had restarted my computer and completed the above IE Security Update, etc., I no longer got the request for activation. Go figure!
But, yeah, for me, except for a few niggles, Build 10547 runs great.