New Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast+Skip Build 18898 (20H1) - May 15 Insider

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  1. martyfelker's Avatar
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       #50

    Downloading from UUPDUMP - I'll update over the next few days may try multiple WU sessions. I do like the disk type enhancement - I'll be interested in how that manifests in VMs.
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  2. Bench Virgin's Avatar
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    win 10 pro
       #51

    Up and running on second take.
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  3. meebers's Avatar
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    W10 1909 & W10 Insider
       #52

    It took me 2 times for 18895 and only once on 18898. First time I noticed this on task manager/CPU view, 2 tones?? Not showing on the intro shot for the new capability? (one of 4 logical processor shown)
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  4. WEKJR's Avatar
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    Win7 SP1 Ultimate and Win10 19631.1 64bit Pro
       #53

    45 minutes to 18898 on the first pass with ISO created.

    WEK
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  5. Bree's Avatar
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    10 Home x64 (1909) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #54

    meebers said:
    It took me 2 times for 18895 and only once on 18898. First time I noticed this on task manager/CPU view, 2 tones?? Not showing on the intro shot for the new capability? (one of 4 logical processor shown)
    I can get that in 1809, it's the 'Show kernel times' option. It's off by default in 1809, but can be turned on with a right-click.

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  6. f14tomcat's Avatar
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    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)
       #55

    Steven Campoli said:
    Only because I have a nice start menu layout with the tiles working.i guess it's personal preference, it looks good when they all work. I appreciate all the responses. The most I can do is a system image and see if reinstalling works. Thanks guys!
    Have you considered making the ISO with UUP Dump, and doing an In-Place Repair? It's internally not quite the same as upgrading from WU, like you probably did. From ISO, setup.exe will rewrite all components, not just those deemed necessary via WU and it's UUP method. Just a thought. It would save everything you have, no loss of data or apps.
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  7. meebers's Avatar
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    W10 1909 & W10 Insider
       #56

    Bree said:
    I can get that in 1809, it's the 'Show kernel times' option. It's off by default in 1809, but can be turned on with a right-click.

    OK...understand. Tx Bre
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  8. Ztruker's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro X64 1909 18363.815
       #57

    9:43PM just started 18898.1000 on my laptop.
    Installing 18895.1000 on my VM, will then do the update to 18898.1000 unless I fall asleep first.
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  9. Fisher Mann's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro x64 19631 Fast
       #58

    Again configuring updates took over 20 minutes for me but remainder of install went fine.
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  10. Posts : 300
    W10 Pro x64. W10 Pro x64 Fast Insider Preview
       #59

    A couple of days after a successful 18995 install I 'cleaned up' my system using "Storage Sense/Configure .. / Free up space now." That 'clean up' appeared to damage something (maybe related to Mouse Without Borders, as I saw a number of error messages related to MWB.) My system was slow to respond, even though CPU load was small. This slow response was not present prior to the 'clean up.'
    So I was glad to see an update was available this morning (AU) and initiated the download.
    But everything was still very slow, it took over 2 hours to get to asking for a restart.
    The restart sequence was different to previous updates (as well as taking at least twice as long as usual.) I saw the usual restarts at about 30% & 75%. after the restart at 75% it progressed to 85%, then restarted again back at 75%. Then progressed to 100% and restarted as normal.
    I now have Build 18998.1000, and it appears to have fixed the slow response. I didn't have to run update the 2nd time, as others have. But the whole update procedure took nearly 3 hours, more than twice as long as usual.
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