Windows 10: Show Your Reliability History
Show Your Reliability History
Here's mine after clean install: I had to clean install due to stability issues after upgrading from 8.1. In the process I loat Windows DVD player app.
Windows explorer keeps crashing when a new app or programs are installed.
Even with clean install, Windows Store crashes after waking from low power standby network connected (S0).
Flash player also crashes both IE and Edge when using touch. It doesn't crash though when using a mouse. Not a show stopper but it's clear that Windows 10 store apps isn't as stable as 8.1
Here it is since 7/29 and not very pretty. The days with no errors correspond to the days it was not used much.
This is on a 6 mo HP Notebook (8.1 Before Upgrade). Better than average i3, 6GB RAM, 750GB HDD, DVD/CD, USB-3. Basically a backup PC but hardly any ad-on programs, fairly straight forward. PC worked flawlessly with no errors before upgrade with all updates up-to-date and no issues from SFC.
It seems fairly stable but generates tons of errors (40-50) with any restart but most not critical. Edge crashes a lot and have also had crashes from Settings, Windows Shell Host and Alarms & Clock. No problems with connectivity, Apps or Updates. I have not experienced many of the problems that have been widely reported. NO WAY will I upgrade my primary system any time soon at least until many of the issues are resolved. IMO, Windows 10 needs a lot of work but not on my time. I would love to see the Reliability History on many of the folks that are reporting no issues.
At this point in time I would not refer this as an Upgrade
True. In Windows 7, I was able to maintain a 10.0 reliability rating for months and I also find 8.1 to be stable as well (mostly 8-10). Windows 10 has quirks with explorer/shell host crashing more in tablet mode, and store apps crashing after waking from sleep, but at least they work fine after reopening.
This does not look good at all, but I am trying to see what crashes things.
Windows 7 held an almost perfect 10(save a random program crash).
Explorer and Shell experience tends to crap out allot too. It actually still runs quite well. This is not a clean install it was from the insider previews upgraded from one to the other.
After a couple of days of use:
2 BSODs from yesterday related to power management.
Windows 10 is now getting stable:
This is after update to the newest build 10547 on the 18th.
Looks Good. Can't wait for it to be as stable as 7 & 8.1
Scorched CPU Theory
OOOOOH! Now this'll be on of those threads I'll enjoy following/participating in:
Every red X has Groove, when I close the window it reports as a crash(I guess Microsoft expects us to use it 24/7)
p.s. Good job starting this thread @theveterans
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When I go to control panel > Security and Maint. > Maint. > View reliability history
nothing happens, and control panel closes.
This happened in the last build also.
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