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    Ztruker said: View Post
    I get the same Kari reported.

    Does this require a local Administrator account? I don't have one, only a Microsoft administrator account.
    Definitely a bug. It worked previously.
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       #201

    flybynite said: View Post
    Definitely a bug. It worked previously.
    You mean you could get to a Command Prompt after creating a local admin account?
    Didn't work for me.
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       #202

    neveready said: View Post
    Windows Insider Service shows stopped on both of mine.
    Yes, it goes back to stopped, but that's after it's done its damage from when you run/open something. It doesn't stay stopped unless disabled.
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  4.    #203

    Ztruker said: View Post
    You mean you could get to a Command Prompt after creating a local admin account?
    Didn't work for me.
    No, I use MS accounts which are administrator, and the previous builds did not have this problem.
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       #204

    Kari said: View Post
    Upvoted.
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  6.    #205

    CountMike said: View Post
    Is it possible that SUPERFETCH is missing ? When did they kill it ?
    It has been renamed - I forget what.
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  7.    #206

    Am I the only one who is totally underwhelmed by 1903. I cannot think of a single new feature or improvement that makes me remotedly excited.
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       #207

    cereberus said: View Post
    Am I the only one who is totally underwhelmed by 1903. I cannot think of a single new feature or improvement that makes me remotedly excited.
    Nope. Me too.
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       #208

    I would agree, but they still do trot out a torrent of changes somehow. It's just natural that, short of a near-complete reboot like Windows 8, we notice these things less and less.
    What's new in the Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds (19H1) | Microsoft Docs
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       #209

    rseiler said: View Post
    I would agree, but they still do trot out a torrent of changes somehow. It's just natural that, short of a near-complete reboot like Windows 8, we notice these things less and less.
    What's new in the Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds (19H1) | Microsoft Docs
    When it's laid out like that it's quite a list.
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