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  1. magilla's Avatar
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    Downloaded on 4 computers. Like so many comments, I don’t use phone app but appreciate the download of entire build rather than patchwork of another build already— maybe less broken this way???
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  2. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    magilla said: View Post
    Downloaded on 4 computers. Like so many comments, I don’t use phone app but appreciate the download of entire build rather than patchwork of another build already— maybe less broken this way???
    Something else, can't prove it, just a strong hunch. Every build (and CU's, as far as that goes), I believe has a wee bit more than is publicized. Minor things, or teeny tweaks, not worth mentioning. Google does it too, that's well known. When you get an app update on your phone, they toss is tweaks to the Android OS. Little mini-android-cu's.
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    rseiler said: View Post
    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.
    Blue for me.
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       #33

    rseiler said: View Post
    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.
    Green for me as this set-up,

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       #34

    My accent color is blue, so I see blue. Unless it croaks, then I see green.
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  6.    #35

    Finally done, but I don't have an accurate idea on how long it took to the finish line, since the machine was waiting for me to restart. I was also able to clean 18.2 GB from Storage Sense.

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    Did the ISO first this time, and used it instead of WU. 22 minutes from Setup>Desktop.
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  8. magilla's Avatar
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    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Something else, can't prove it, just a strong hunch. Every build (and CU's, as far as that goes), I believe has a wee bit more than is publicized. Minor things, or teeny tweaks, not worth mentioning. Google does it too, that's well known. When you get an app update on your phone, they toss is tweaks to the Android OS. Little mini-android-cu's.
    I suspect you’re right, f14tomcat. Special treats - like added toys for win 95.
    All 4 builds this time went fast with no download issues
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  9.    #38

    magilla said: View Post
    I suspect youíre right, f14tomcat. Special treats - like added toys for win 95.
    All 4 builds this time went fast with no download issues
    You are talking about this article I have just read from ZDNet. To tell the truth, I don't know what to make of this new idea from MS as of yet.

    Windows 10: Microsoft is bringing back one of Windows 95ís most popular features:
    Windows 10: Microsoft is bringing back one of Windows 95ís most popular features | ZDNet
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  10. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Shawn has a thread on it, too. MS trying to put some small 3rd party houses out of business?

    Microsoft PowerToys rebooted in open source for Windows 10
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