Things broken after Anniversary update

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    Windows 10 Pro x64-bit
       #51

    kitpzyxmsir said:
    My favorite clock (the successor to my old favorite TClockEx), T-Clock Redux

    https://github.com/White-Tiger/T-Clock/releases

    For me, portable version works fine in Win 10
    THANK You!! :)

    This seems to have done the trick, but I had a bit of a problem to get it to start properly. There was an annoying API error message to start with, which I didn't get rid of until I had uninstalled all previous clocks, all left-over files from them and all registry entries. I really had to make a clean install of the T-Clock and I also made it compatible with Windows 7. Now it finally works and I have my nice, unobtrusive clock back in the tray with seconds, date including year and the day! Perfect!
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  2. Posts : 2
    Win 10
       #52

    Anyone stuck in Selective Startup? I have a Surface Pro 4 that got stuck in Selective Startup after installing the Anniversary update two days ago. When you try to select Normal Startup in MSConfig it will not take the change. My wife's Dell Laptop started doing the same prior to installing the Anniversary Update as well. I have read in number places that this is normal, but I beg to differ.

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