Last edited by Jody Thornton; 07 Aug 2015 at 19:59.
Windows Updates - Hide or Show in Windows 10
You may need this.........
After testing out Windows 10 on my laptop I decided it was time to upgrade my Win 8 desktop since I found nothing with the laptop to make me gun shy.
This time though I decided to use GWX (Get Windows 10), as opposed to the media creation tool used to upgrade the laptop. And just like the laptop everything went smoothly and without issue - no weird device manager notices, no "this isn't working warnings", no sound or video issues. Not even any weird OneDrive issue like I experienced when I updated my laptop (though that was the only issue).
Anyway the entire process took about an hour, maybe less. Now I'm sure I'll discover something down the line, it is early, but I honestly don't expect any major issues.
BTW I've not even had to update any drivers yet, though that's coming soon as there are some new Win 10 drivers out for my MB, mouse & keyboard, and I'm sure a few software updates here and there, but thus far, I've had no issues, and my major programs are working just fine as is. Now I'm off to do some gaming through both Steam and Origin.
Bah. My previous build win 10 crashed--completely corrupted. It was on a partitioned drive and never yet updated to the last build. Oh, well. It was fun while it lasted. Fujitsu T732.
So I am just reading this article on the update to VLC, and noticed this:
The biggest new feature is the mini-player that's been included in the VLC app. Nigro says, "Click the button on the right of the repeat button. Works best on Windows 10, of course." As far as a new Windows Phone VLC update, Nigro says, "Coming at the end of next week if Microsoft releases a new build to the Windows Insiders."
Sounds like Windows Phone may get a new build next week?