Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Slow Build 17127 - Mar. 23 Insider

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  1. martyfelker's Avatar
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    Triple Boot Windows 10 IP Build 17711/Windows Server 2019 IP Build 17692/Debian Unsttable
       21 Mar 2018 #70

    This upgrade was a complete disaster. Booted to a Black Desktop that was non-functional - even in safe mode.
    I will try to install from the ISO I made. Fortunately Build 17623 of what is now known as Windows Server 2019. I could restore a backup image of an earlier build but I'm not sure why I should bother. I'll need to wait until the end of April while Fast ring catches up with Skippy. Debian Unstable is doing fine.
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  2.    21 Mar 2018 #71

    I noticed that when its starts installing, the windows setup installer only uses one core, and it was maxing out that core.
    I think it would be alot faster if the installer was multi threaded.
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  3.    22 Mar 2018 #72

    citrixscu said: View Post
    Quick and easy here. Google Backup & Sync still resets after a build upgrade -- not sure if it's because I have my libraries moved into the G Drive folder since it does not seem that everyone has this issue.
    Yes, it happens with me as well. Note, this build, didn't just reset Google backup and sync, it completely removed it, and I use default settings, so moving it is not a cause
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  4. slicendice's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1809 Build 17763.134 (Branch: RS5 Release Preview)
       22 Mar 2018 #73

    dskiller said: View Post
    I noticed that when its starts installing, the windows setup installer only uses one core, and it was maxing out that core.
    I think it would be alot faster if the installer was multi threaded.
    Yep, this is the reason why there exist 3rd party tools for manipulating Windows images. They are a lot faster, because they are multithreaded. The MS DISM application is REALLY slow. :)
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  5.    22 Mar 2018 #74

    These last few builds installed very quickly without any issues during installation and during daily use. I guess that Microsoft will be releasing the RTM version VERY soon.
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  6. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       22 Mar 2018 #75

    Rocky said: View Post
    These last few builds installed very quickly without any issues during installation and during daily use. I guess that Microsoft will be releasing the RTM version VERY soon.
    Shawn indicates it may be April 18th.

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  7.    22 Mar 2018 #76

    but when is it released for insiders?
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  8. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       22 Mar 2018 #77

    dskiller said: View Post
    but when is it released for insiders?
    If I'm understanding you correctly, you're asking when is the "locked-down" version released to Insiders. Generally in the past, the final (to be RTM) is released to the Release Preview Ring (one step down from Slow) about a week, week and a half, prior to general release (RTM). It's then updated/fixed/corrected/polished/etc. with cumulative updates until everybody in Redmond has had their say. Then, popped to the public. That's how we got 16299.15, not 16299.0. That .15 was a cumulative to the base that was set in concrete and became FCU. Hope I explained that ok.....
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  9. tracit99's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 17763.134
       22 Mar 2018 #78

    You explanation is on target. Microsoft boxed them selves in with the release of 16300 for skip ahead builds for RS4. Otherwise FCU would have probably been released as a 163XX.0 build. The only alternative left was to increase the delta number. Hence 16299.15 which was a new build not a CU. Usually RTMs have 0 as the delta and then CUs increase the delta. 16299.15 is unique in that respect. That will most likely not happen again, but with Microsoft who knows. Note that skip ahead build for RS5 started at 17600 which gives Microsoft more numbers to use.
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  10. johngalt's Avatar
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    WinX Pro x64 IP current
       22 Mar 2018 #79

    Going to DL and build .ISO in a few minutes.

    I've gotten my old Dell back in working order, and am throwing an 80 GB SSD into it so it can stay on Fast ring instead of Skippy builds. I'll install FCU on it by the end of the weekend and throw it up, hopefully just in time for the Spring Creator's Update to be released.
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