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  1. Posts : 37,567
    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       01 Jan 2018 #490

    CountMike said: View Post
    Only during my bat stage, happy new year everybody !
    LOL! Happy New K Year to you, Mike. :)
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    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       01 Jan 2018 #491

    LEOPEVA64 said: View Post
    I also have the bug in the WD icon in the system tray, and speaking of WD, I don't remember having seen this animation before in any other part of the system or in some UWP app:

    It's nice, I like it :).
    Yes I see what you mean. It's the same in the Settings app. Instead of highlighting the category, they place the colored line next to it. It's that way in FCU as well. I thought I remember it was highlighted with a box in earlier builds?
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    WinX Pro x64 IP current
       01 Jan 2018 #492

    doriandiaconu said: View Post
    Does anyone have issues with Windows Defender? It keeps showing me "Actions required" warning symbol in the task bar, but when I open it everything is fine.
    Yes, I posted about it extensively several pages back. What I have found is that, on my Desktop build, an older BIOS based machine with the system drive formatted as an MBR disk, disabling Fast startup in CControl Panel\Hardware and Sound\Power Options\System Settings made that warning icon go away and stay away after a reboot.

    HTH

    Kari said: View Post
    I always use virtual hard disks for dual boot. Absolutely the easiest and hassle free method to dual & multi boot. Your post quoted above made me think I need to show how easy it is. Posted this a few minutes ago in TF Video thread:
    Very nice, thanks Kari, as always a well produced video.

    Fabler2 said: View Post
    Except for the warning icon on WD everything has been running fine until now. Malwarebytes pro can't turn on Web protection any more. I've rebooted, shutdown and restarted, changed settings for Acion centre , quit and restarted it. Next step it to use their removal tool and reinstall.

    When trying to install application updates manually I get this,

    Attachment 170252
    Yeah, use the latest tool from their website to clean install. Also, the latest βeta components (Specifically Component Update (aka CU) 1.0.273) are causing issues around the board, and many of us have reverted to using the default stable install instead of βeta components. If you were using the βet components, you might want to consider not enabling them in settings after the reinstall to see if things run more smoothly for you.

    doriandiaconu said: View Post
    Are you guys updating to the latest provider drivers? (especially GPU).

    The latest Intel driver for my GPU (Intel 4400) gets rewritten with the older version on every update.

    Should I stick to the one provided by WU or the provider one?
    When I first got 17063 (within a day of release), it did not try to update my nVidia driver because the latest version out there was the same that 17063 installed. However, a few days later, a new version was released.

    With my GAs (GTX 970 + GTX 560 Ti 446 Core) I always tend to use the latest driver directly from nVidia - and most times, the latest IP build tends to overwrite that with an older build (17063 notwithstanding, almost every time an IP upgrade happens the drivers are over-written by older WHQL certified drivers). My issue with the IP builds doing that is that they add in the 3D Vision components which I never use - I don't have the appropriate hardware for it, other than the relevant GAs, so upon a completed IP build upgrade, I go back and install the nVidia drives using the Custom option, selecting clean install and deselecting all the 3D vision components, as well as the GeForce Experience (which is utterly useless to me, since I manually check for drivers and other software updates almost daily).

    I realize that you may not be talking about nVidia drivers, but I am just relating my experiences, especially since I like only particular components installed.

    HTH

    Kari said: View Post
    Preparing for an all-nighter year change here on TenForums, I as the 1st party am prepared with three bottles of 2nd party cheap Lidl (local supermarket chain) whisky to tackle with 3rd party Windows Insider issues, armed with 4th party frozen pizzas (from Konsum supermarket), dreaming about my neighbour's wife (5th party).
    Hilarious!

    At this rate I hope the relevant 6th has nothing to do with any issues that arise from your lust....

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    You're gonna need both medals for all that!
    Indeed he does!

    Wynona said: View Post
    If it ain't broke, don't fix it? However, if you don't think it's up to par, try the provider ones; you can always roll back if they don't work.
    Ahh, it depends upon what the definition of broke is. Most people won't go looking at the installed driver that gets installed by the IP build when upgrading because it 'works' - but, for example, with nVidia drivers, unless you actually have the 3D vision hardware to make use of that, the installed 3D Vision-related drivers not only take up space, but are actively running as services on your machine, using (admittedly very very little) resources that have no bearing nor use on your system.

    So, technically, while not broken, being utterly useless and using system resources is a good reason to revert to the latest driver.

    In addition, I've also noticed that, after an IP upgrade, sometimes when I run the nVidia installer in Custom mode, it reports that there is no actual driver installed when the IP upgrade has installed its own driver. And many, many builds ago (Around the original TH2, IIRC), I also noticed that there were a lot of idiosyncrasies that were seemingly solved by installing the OEM drivers for my GAs. Hence, I've made it a point to always do so after an IP upgrade.
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       01 Jan 2018 #493

    HippsieGypsie said: View Post
    Yes I see what you mean. It's the same in the Settings app.
    It's that way in FCU as well.
    Nope, I mean the animation of the blue line, look at the difference:
    In Settings, that blue line does not have animation, in the WDSC the blue line does have an animation when it goes down and up.


    In FCU It's not that way.
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       01 Jan 2018 #494

    LEOPEVA64 said: View Post
    Nope, I mean the animation of the blue line, look at the difference.
    In Settings, that blue line does not have animation, in the WDSC the blue line does have an animation when it goes down and up.

    In FCU It's not that way.
    I see. One slides and the other not. The teams ought to get together on that, eh?

    You like make those dizzying GIFs, don't you?
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    WINDOWS 10 Pro x64 builds 17134.251, 17754.1, 18234.1000.
       01 Jan 2018 #495

    HippsieGypsie said: View Post
    You like make those dizzying GIFs, don't you?
    Yes, when it comes to showing new animations and that kind of things, I love making those kind of gifs, in Disqus I'm pretty well known for those gifs, some examples:
    http://disq.us/p/1i8wwdm
    http://disq.us/p/1i8wwdm
    http://disq.us/p/1nhl9c8
    http://disq.us/p/1ohglz2

    And people like it a lot judging by the amount of positive votes some of those comments have...
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  7. Posts : 37,567
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       01 Jan 2018 #496

    LEOPEVA64 said: View Post
    Yes, when it comes to showing new animations and that kind of things, I love making those kind of gifs, in Disqus I'm pretty well known for those gifs, some examples:

    And people like it a lot judging by the amount of positive votes some of those comments have...
    I see. I'm not knocking them whatsoever and think they're a good tool. I just find them a little dizzying is all. Could be me. I'd like to see the movements a little slower.
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       01 Jan 2018 #497

    HippsieGypsie said: View Post
    I see. I'm not knocking them whatsoever and think they're a good tool. I just find them a little dizzying is all. Could be me. I'd like to see the movements a little slower.
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  9. Posts : 37,567
    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       02 Jan 2018 #498

    WDSC systray icon has been green check-marked for a few days. Seems that has worked itself out....hopefully.

    F4 shortcut key for drop-down history menu does not show today's history, which means as a keyboarder I have to reach for the mouse to navigate to a page. Edge tabs sometimes freeze on heavy-laden video/ad sites. I hate these first-world problems.

    Working on getting quests finished little at a time.

    Overall, it’s a stable build for me yet, though.
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       02 Jan 2018 #499

    Also wanted to mention that Cortana is keeping track of items and dates, which show up in notifications to ask if I want to add to Collections. That's handy if I forget to mark a date or an item.

    And to mention that while navigating with the keyboard, items are highlighted with a box.

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