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  1. Vladimir's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Build 14267
       #441

    Services with unknown states...
    ~edit~
    Taking 67% of my CPU
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  2. Dave44's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #442

    cant sign in on yahoo messenger on new build
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  3. CountMike's Avatar
    Posts : 18,332
    W10+Developer Insider + Linux
       #443

    Vladimir said:
    Services with unknown states...
    ~edit~
    Taking 67% of my CPU
    I don't have any like that.
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  4. Vladimir's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Build 14267
       #444

    My shortcut to "PC Settings" went away.......
    ~edit~
    ok now...

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  5. caperjack's Avatar
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    insider build 10586.3 win10 pro 64
       #445

    new settings screen


    The new settings screen reminds me of the control panel when it changed many years ago ,and one had to click on classic view from a dropdown to see everything . whats the new settings screen needs i think .at least till i get use to the new one
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  6. Slartybart's Avatar
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    Win_8.1-Pro, Win_10.1607-Pro, Mint_17.3
       #446

    caperjack said:
    The new settings screen reminds me of the control panel when it changed many years ago ,and one had to click on classic view from a dropdown to see everything . whats the new settings screen needs i think .at least till i get use to the new one
    I thought the same thing about CP and Settings evolution. They're getting close!
    The next release might have an option on how Settings are presented, the same way CP had the Classic view choice.
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  7. John Pombrio's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Fast Ring
       #447

    caperjack said:
    The new settings screen reminds me of the control panel when it changed many years ago ,and one had to click on classic view from a dropdown to see everything . whats the new settings screen needs i think .at least till i get use to the new one
    I looked and looked to see if I could find the new "Check for Updates" program from the new PC Settings window so I could throw a shortcut into my TLB shortcut folder. No luck whatsoever. Wherever MS put these new settings, it is not obvious.
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  8. caperjack's Avatar
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    insider build 10586.3 win10 pro 64
       #448

    the click to run ,check for updates ,is in update and recovery in all settings ,but I don't know where it would be that you could make a shortcut of it
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  9. Kari's Avatar
    Posts : 17,434
    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #449

    John Pombrio said:
    caperjack said:
    The new settings screen reminds me of the control panel when it changed many years ago ,and one had to click on classic view from a dropdown to see everything . whats the new settings screen needs i think .at least till i get use to the new one
    I looked and looked to see if I could find the new "Check for Updates" program from the new PC Settings window so I could throw a shortcut into my TLB shortcut folder. No luck whatsoever. Wherever MS put these new settings, it is not obvious.
    You can start Windows Update directly from Run dialog ( key + R) with command WUAPP.EXE. Accordingly, you can also create a shortcut for it to desktop (C:\Windows\System32\WUAPP.EXE).

    Kari
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  10. John Pombrio's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Fast Ring
       #450

    ou can start Windows Update directly from Run dialog ( key + R) with command WUAPP.EXE. Accordingly, you can also create a shortcut for it to desktop (C:\Windows\System32\WUAPP.EXE).

    Kari

    No longer... This just brings up a listing for "The Internet". All my old "check for updates" shortcuts now error out with this:

    Windows 10 bugs-2015-01-26_144531.jpg
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