Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast/Slow/RP Build 17134.5 - April 27 Insider

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  1. sgage's Avatar
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       #30

    All done. The post-restart phase lasted 15 minutes. More reboots than usual, or so it seemed to me. Maybe i was just paying more attention than usual. Anyway, let's see how this 17134 thing flies...
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  2. JGToy's Avatar
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       #31

    sgage said:
    All done. The post-restart phase lasted 15 minutes. More reboots than usual, or so it seemed to me. Maybe i was just paying more attention than usual. Anyway, let's see how this 17134 thing flies...
    Good to know you're back on!
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  3. JGToy's Avatar
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       #32

    OMG! Finally, rebooting now... See y'all on the adventure road.
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  4. sgage's Avatar
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       #33

    One thing that has always bugged me about Windows 10 (indeed, Windows anything) is the seeming inderterminate nature of upgrades and even normal operation. Nothing ever seems to go the same way for any two installations. It sometimes feels like a crapshoot just to take an upgrade. What will get broken this time? I understand the there are a gazillion different hardware configs out there and all that, but still, something seems so random and chancy.

    Similarly, if you are experiencing a bug, and go online to search up a solution, you will get 10 different recipes for fixing it, none of which work, but replete with 'this worked for me' comments. This has happened to me countless times. WTF? It's like black magic or something. There seems to be no real troubleshooting or understanding of the issue. It's try this, try that - no one knows what the problem is, but this particular incantation has been known to fix it. For some people. I include, especially, official MS help channels.

    I wonder if anyone at MS knows what's going on. And I mean that seriously.

    End of unintended rant - it just came out
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  5. cereberus's Avatar
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       #34

    All done, working fine. Took about same time as before. I have to say now the offline phase is relatively short, I am now using WU rather than manually upgrading with iso.
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  6. linw's Avatar
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       #35

    Up and running. Only 10 min from restart to desktop. So not much downtime now.
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  7. Josey Wales's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro 19041.264
       #36

    A complete change list would be nice.
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  8. Posts : 384
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       #37

    WU took around 29 mins here.
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  9. JGToy's Avatar
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       #38

    Back on... It took 107 minutes 'till reboot. Another 3 auto reboot afterwards.
    And 30 minutes to complete.
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  10. sgage's Avatar
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       #39

    JGToy said:
    Back on... It took 107 minutes 'till reboot. Another 3 auto reboot afterwards.
    And 30 minutes to complete.
    Exhausting, isn't it :)

    But at least you made it through! Hopefully this is really the 1803 (1804?) build. I'm gonna take a vacation from Insiders for a while after this...
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