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  1. swarfega's Avatar
    Posts : 7,087
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #130

    hawkman said:
    TOO those running a HDD, aka Spinner,

    Im finding that from a cold boot its getting longer and longer, as the builds progress, to get to a complete desktop
    anyone else??.

    However have not noticed DWM not refreshing so often.

    Roy
    I think WIndows 10 is geared towards SSD more than HDs.
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  2. LEOPEVA64's Avatar
    Posts : 2,029
    WINDOWS 10 Pro x64 build 19042.685
       #131

    CountMike said:
    Not here,
    If you refers to the settings, in my case, for example, when I set the update speed in "High", it is assumed that, when I reopen the task manager, it should be in "High", but no, it returns to "Normal", as I said, this only happens when the build has just been installed and the "Details" tab has not yet been clicked, after clicking on that tab, the settings and the size of the window are preserved when you reopen the task manager.
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  3. Wynona's Avatar
    Posts : 27,965
    Windows 10 2404 Build 19042.867
       #132

    hawkman said:
    TOO those running a HDD, aka Spinner,

    Im finding that from a cold boot its getting longer and longer, as the builds progress, to get to a complete desktop
    anyone else??.

    However have not noticed DWM not refreshing so often.

    Roy
    I'm running a dual boot system with Production (1803/1809) and Insider (Build 18262) partitions on a 500 GB SSD.

    If I've been running the Production (1803/1809) partition before I shut down, then boot back to it the next morning, boot time is pretty quick. However, if I boot to the Insider (Build 18262) partition, boot time is rather slow.

    So, now I shut down the Insider partition and the next morning, boot to the Production partition. As expected, the Production partition boot time is now rather slow.

    IOW, booting to the same partition I was on when I shut down makes boot-up fast. Booting to a different partition than I was on when I shut down makes boot-up slow.

    I generally change partitions only once a day (for backup purposes), so it's not a problem for me.
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  4. JGToy's Avatar
    Posts : 900
    Windows 10 Pro x64-bit Build Latest
       #133

    CountMike said:
    Not here, only actual window size defaults to small.
    We can still resize using that trick that someone else some build ago showed to us as follow:

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  5. CountMike's Avatar
    Posts : 18,356
    W10+Developer Insider + Linux
       #134

    Resizing window with arrows works fine stays same size after restart.
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  6. okecove's Avatar
    Posts : 42
    Windows 10 Pro
       #135

    CallMeSteven said:
    No one has!!! It green screens on this and last two builds when trying to mount (says something like 'drive no accessible', then throws a green screen with a stop code and reboots). See my post above.
    Re installed a Macrium image this morning and had no problems.
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  7. hawkman's Avatar
    Posts : 650
    10 preview 64bit
       #136

    @Wynona

    if you can see it on an SSD thats NOT good

    Roy
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  8. LEOPEVA64's Avatar
    Posts : 2,029
    WINDOWS 10 Pro x64 build 19042.685
       #137

    It seems that this build brings another pre-installed app, at least in my case, yesterday I made another inplace upgrade, making sure that this app was not installed, after updating, it appeared "magically" installed, I'm going to do a clean installation to check if it comes pre-installed with this build.
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  9. CallMeSteven's Avatar
    Posts : 488
    Windows 10 Pro Dev Channel
       #138

    okecove said:
    Re installed a Macrium image this morning and had no problems.
    Restoring is making images is fine, MOUNTING them within Windows 10, green screens. However mounting them via the WinPE environment works.
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  10. AndreTen's Avatar
    Posts : 23,316
    Windows 10 (Pro and Insider Pro)
       #139

    Wynona said:
    I'm running a dual boot system with Production (1803/1809) and Insider (Build 18262) partitions on a 500 GB SSD.

    If I've been running the Production (1803/1809) partition before I shut down, then boot back to it the next morning, boot time is pretty quick. However, if I boot to the Insider (Build 18262) partition, boot time is rather slow.

    So, now I shut down the Insider partition and the next morning, boot to the Production partition. As expected, the Production partition boot time is now rather slow.

    IOW, booting to the same partition I was on when I shut down makes boot-up fast. Booting to a different partition than I was on when I shut down makes boot-up slow.

    I generally change partitions only once a day (for backup purposes), so it's not a problem for me.
    @Wynona, I found out that changing default boot partition makes booting much faster - like when you boot the same system.
    If you restart in different system than default, Windows first boot to boot menu, then restarts again and boot to other system. Process could be visible, or hidden.

    I'm doing it via "Advanced system settings" from Control panel. Got it pinned to my taskbar, so only two clicks

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