New Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast Build 18361 (19H1) - March 19 Insider

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  1. sgage's Avatar
    Posts : 1,065
    Windows 10 Pro (Build 18362.418)
       #30

    WEKJR said:
    1. Type Regedit and press Enter key
    2. Expand the sections below Computer to navigate your way to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop
    3. Making sure you've selected Desktop in the left pane, next, look for PaintDesktopVersion in the right-hand pane of alphabetical entries
    4. Double-click on Desktop
    5. Type 0
    6. Press Enter
    7. Exit regedit and use 'Restart' computer. (Most times you don't need to reboot)

    WEK
    That's the registry entry for the desktop watermark - I want to get rid of the banner at the top of Settings that shows links for things like Rewards and Windows Update and OneDrive management. It's useless to me and jarring visually.
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  2. Posts : 1,118
    Windows 8.1, Win10Pro
       #31

    This upgrade went very well! 32 minutes from starting download to working desktop!
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  3. WEKJR's Avatar
    Posts : 470
    Win7 SP1 Ultimate and Win10 19635.1 64bit Pro
       #32

    sgage said:
    That's the registry entry for the desktop watermark - I want to get rid of the banner at the top of Settings that shows links for things like Rewards and Windows Update and OneDrive management. It's useless to me and jarring visually.
    Sorry, don't have that registry entry...I misread your request.

    WEK
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  4. waltc's Avatar
    Posts : 626
    Win10x64 v2004 build 19608.1006
       #33

    Downloading now...! Reading the "known issues" I'm beginning to feel for people with Creative X-Fi cards--Creative is taking its sweet time with the drivers--and here every RealTek driver published has worked with every Win10x64 build I've installed, somehow. People sometimes forget that Microsoft doesn't do hardware drivers for custom devices, Microsoft depends entirely on the OEM (Creative in this case) to give them a driver that works. The drivers that Microsoft does itself are rudimentary, designed to get you booted so you can access the Internet and install the complete OEM drivers for your custom hardware--like GPU, sound-card, printer, etc. Years ago, I owned an X-Fi, myself--and I recall it taking an enormously long time for Creative to ramp up Vista x64 drivers that worked--but they finally did, and they were very good drivers at that point. It just took them long enough! I actually use OEM drivers for every hardware custom component in my system for which a Win10x driver exists, as a matter of personal policy--eliminates a number of possible problems, I've found.
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  5. Bench Virgin's Avatar
    Posts : 167
    win 10 pro
       #34

    Same as last two , no issues for my system .
    Last edited by Bench Virgin; 19 Mar 2019 at 17:21.
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  6. Posts : 90
    Windows 10
       #35

    Anyone else unable to enter safe mode with this build - system ignores keys "5" and "F5" and timesout to shutdown. Tried a wired and wireless USB keyboard but no luck yet both work in the UEFI and with Windows desktop. Any ideas please?
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  7. Posts : 152
    WIndows 10
       #36

    MUser said:
    Anyone else unable to enter safe mode with this build - system ignores keys "5" and "F5" and timesout to shutdown. Tried a wired and wireless USB keyboard but no luck yet both work in the UEFI and with Windows desktop. Any ideas please?
    I got this from a MS web site a while ago. It takes me into safe mode.


    1. Press the Windows logo key + R.
    2. Type msconfig in the Open box and then select OK.
    3. Select the Boot tab.
    4. Under Boot options, select the Safe boot checkbox.


    Uncheck safe boot and restart to get out of safe mode.

    you can check this link for more options to get into safe mode.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...c-in-safe-mode
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  8. Posts : 90
    Windows 10
       #37

    Looey said:
    I got this from a MS web site a while ago. It takes me into safe mode.


    1. Press the Windows logo key + R.
    2. Type msconfig in the Open box and then select OK.
    3. Select the Boot tab.
    4. Under Boot options, select the Safe boot checkbox.


    Uncheck safe boot and restart to get out of safe mode.

    you can check this link for more options to get into safe mode.

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...c-in-safe-mode
    Thank you!
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  9. DemolitionDan's Avatar
    Posts : 48
    Windows 10 Pro
       #38

    Is this the final build now?
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  10. kado897's Avatar
    Posts : 32,736
    Windows 10 Home 64bit v1909 and insider builds
       #39

    No.
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