Creators Update - Discussion of new changes and quirks

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  1. Posts : 14,577
    Windows 10 IoT
       #81

    kipper said:
    Thanks Alpha

    I seen that post also........figured it would work if I did the Win 7 install and then did the upgrade........not sure if I want to go through the hassle installing Win 7 on the new ASUS CrossHair VI X370 board which can be done but several hoops to jump through to get it done........
    You don't need to install 7 first, clean install 10 and then just enter the Win 7 key. If Microsoft does block them they will be blocked regardless of how you do it.
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  2. Posts : 445
    Win 10 Pro 64
       #82

    alphanumeric said:
    You don't need to install 7 first, clean install 10 and then just enter the Win 7 key. If Microsoft does block them they will be blocked regardless of how you do it.
    Thanks I am gonna try it.......I do have a new OEM 10 Pro key just in case......
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  3. Posts : 31
    Windows 10
       #83

    Did the update and it totally broke iCloud. Uninstalled iCloud and reinstalled and still broken I can see it in Outlook 2016 but it wont access the folders (address book, calendars etc.)
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  4. Posts : 2,216
    Windows 11 Pro 64bit
       #84

    idainc said:
    Did the update and it totally broke iCloud. Uninstalled iCloud and reinstalled and still broken I can see it in Outlook 2016 but it wont access the folders (address book, calendars etc.)
    If you're referring to your Apple ID email do you have two-factor authentication on your account? If so then you may require another app specific password entering into Outlook 2016.
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  5. Posts : 725
    Windows 10 Home - Version 21H1- Build 19043.1266
       #85

    I updated two laptops and two low memory netbooks to the creators update.
    Very smooth update with no problems at all.

    A few things I've noticed.

    1). The settings icon (medium) when pinned to start no longer has "Settings" written on it.

    2). Windows defender now does a device performance and health scan which apparently one has no control over. If it finds something as simple as you have the brightness on all the way (while plugged in) it will note that this can lower battery life and put an exclamation warning on the defender icon in taskbar. No way to manually remove the warning. It will go away on restart. I've read of others complaining it will not go away if it is a driver warning and for some reason you cannot update it. My past few starts has not brought back this warning as no scan was done again yet.

    3. Not sure if this is new, but Edge now offers an easy popup to allow one to always play flash on a particular site so you don't have to manually play it each time.

    4. The wireless display media viewer has no icon image and doesn't seem to do much when clicked.


    Working very well otherwise.
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  6. Posts : 725
    Windows 10 Home - Version 21H1- Build 19043.1266
       #86

    Also, I think powershell (instead of command prompt) is now listed by default when you right click on start button. Can be turned on and off via taskbar settings.
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  7. Posts : 14,577
    Windows 10 IoT
       #87

    Yes, power shell is now set as default.
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  8. Posts : 5,478
    2004
       #88

    tomseys said:
    A few things I've noticed.
    @tomseys,

    2. You can turn off those notifications here:

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    4. It is a bug I think. You can't uninstall it either. Uninstall Wireless Display Media Viewer - - Windows 10 Forums
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  9. Posts : 725
    Windows 10 Home - Version 21H1- Build 19043.1266
       #89

    Yeah I tried those settings but they had no effect. It was only restarting that made it go away (until it scans again).
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  10. Posts : 31
    Windows 10
       #90

    Bastet said:
    If you're referring to your Apple ID email do you have two-factor authentication on your account? If so then you may require another app specific password entering into Outlook 2016.
    Thanks for your reply. Nope. no two factor authentication.
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