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  1.    02 Aug 2016 #51

    Updated here in the UK. The downside is with Edge extensions as none I've wanted will install; each on says it needs reinstalling to repair.
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  2.    02 Aug 2016 #52

    Got the update as well. For me it was like upgrade from 8 to 10 - same folders with old stuff created, same problems with deleting their content. Even though the programs were preserved I've lost a lot of settings, surprisingly in MS applications and Windows itself (nearly all customization is gone). All services & similar settings previously set up are now back to defaults. Definitely disappointment here - I was hoping the config will be preserved at least in its major part. Of course no warning was displayed on that.

    One good thing though :) - sfc /scannow finds no corrupted files. For my Windows 8, 8.1 and TH2 it constantly identified corrupted files on the clean just-made install.

    It looks all programs tied to the system configuration / state (e.g. Kaspersky Total Security, Process Lasso) need to be reactivated as the former activation settings are gone.

    So far I can see only problems with applications not quite adjusted to use high dpi (I use 4K display) - surprisingly those that worked in last Win 10 build 1511, now malfunction - e.g. T-Clock Redux is only half-visible in tray.
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       03 Aug 2016 #53

    Mine was slow when I upgraded around 2 pm Seattle time. After Midnight it was a lot faster when I did my wife's laptop. I only had one issue with mine and that was the Windows update not working. Now if they would allow us to get rid of that stupid lock screen again.
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