New Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast+Skip Build 18895 (20H1) - May 10 Insider

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  1.    #20

    I'm with Kari. I'm going to pass on this build. I'm not going to waste time and chance breaking a working build just to fix a feature I'm not going to use.
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  2. Kari's Avatar
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  3. scoopjeff's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Enterprise "Skippy Insider"
       #22

    Hoping this one is better than 18894 build but not expecting it!
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  4. Brink's Avatar
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       #23

    Brink said: View Post
    GSOD and failed on 1st attempt. Trying again.
    Success on 2nd attempt.
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       #24

    Took 2 hours and six minutes. First reboot to 'don't turn off'... screen showed 79% loaded then rebooted to 68% loaded? Straight to desktop. Will try System File Checker later on. Strange that this was faster than the previous 16.3 GB skippy update as this was 25.5 GB.

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    SFC ok.
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  6.    #25

    Updated the first try. However, the last two versions it gets to the desktop with the "HI" and then another statment "getting things ready" or something like that, then the screen goes blank (black) for about 2 minutes or so and it makes you wonder if something went wrong, then finally a notice about just about there.
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       #26

    Removing Windows.old was fast again via Settings, system, storage, temp files.
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  8.    #27

    Second attempt successful.
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       #28

    Well, all done. For something I can't possibly use! My Android phone would need to updated to at least 2 levels up from an S4 to S6 or better to have the OS that is supported. Not bloody likely.......
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  10. rseiler's Avatar
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       #29

    Skipping this one, too.

    Wondering if anyone can settle a bet, while it's freshly in mind for most of you. A friend insists that the post-first-reboot screens (all the ones once you leave Windows) are green for him. I say they're blue. Who's right? And can we both be right? That is, setup takes some color setting in Windows as a cue and uses it?! I kind of hope that's the answer, since otherwise, one of us has a problem.
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