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  1.    18 Aug 2017 #30

    I updated my main install to Slow Ring 16251 which is quite stable.

    This has bought back placeholders in effect, do now you only use onedrive resources on demand, if you set it up like that.
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  2.    18 Aug 2017 #31

    Well then I have a problem somewhere b/c it is slow after settling in.
    My upload is 6 Mbps and the download is about 26 Mbps.
    I have Comcast as a PC carrier.
    I have an older Dell XPS 8300 with only 6 GB RAM and my HDD is 650 - WD. The Seagate failed about a year ago.
    Maybe the low ram could account for the sluggishness.
    I have a folder in OneDrive and it has about 40 photos.
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  3.    18 Aug 2017 #32

    cereberus said: View Post
    I updated my main install to Slow Ring 16251 which is quite stable.

    This has bought back placeholders in effect, do now you only use onedrive resources on demand, if you set it up like that.
    >>I am only an average user so do not understand that.
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       18 Aug 2017 #33

    cereberus said: View Post
    I updated my main install to Slow Ring 16251 which is quite stable.

    This has bought back placeholders in effect, do now you only use onedrive resources on demand, if you set it up like that.
    maranna said: View Post
    >>I am only an average user so do not understand that.

    This would be for turning on OneDrive "Files on demand" if you have at least build 16215 installed.

    Turn On or Off OneDrive Files On-Demand in Windows 10 Windows 10 Apps Features Tutorials
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  5.    18 Aug 2017 #34

    15063.50 is what I see when I 'run' winver.
    Unless I have the wrong build, I am all set with my system and thank you for your help.
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       18 Aug 2017 #35

    In that case, OneDrive "Files on-demand" wouldn't be available for you yet.

    If you haven't already, you might see if any of the options below may help some with performance.

    Optimize Performance of Windows 10 Windows 10 Performance Maintenance Tutorials
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  7.    18 Aug 2017 #36

    I see. Well thank you anyway.
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