New Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast+Skip Build 18912 (20H1) - June 5 Insider

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  1. kado897's Avatar
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       #90

    techquest said: View Post
    Yeah mine took ages last night to spring into action, it was very sluggish. But since I've been using it today it all seems to just work. Amazes me though the number of difficulties there seem to be between users across the forum and the world I guess.
    That's what we do this for. Insiders give a far greater spread of hardware & software than MS could test on it's own.
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  2. magilla's Avatar
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       #91

    techquest said: View Post
    All seems to be working okay search bar and all.
    Same with me on all 4 computers.
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  3.    #92

    I got rid of it long time ago and it never showed up again.
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  4. Wynona's Avatar
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       #93

    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    That's the problem with Insider builds, they have bugs. That is the way to go when you have problem with an update/upgrade; the best thing to do is to roll back. Like yesterday I was trying to upgrade my PC from 1809 to 1903. It was such a harrowing experience (Edge won't launch at all + one of my headphones a Sony one wouldn't pair with my system) that I had to roll back to 1809 where obviously everything is running super smooth. I have tried every trick in the book to fix the problem, but to no avail. I will stay on it (1809) for a while probably until 19H2.

    In your case, I would probably run the DISM.exe command-lines + sfc /scannow + chkdsk /R C:, before attempting to upgrade again to 18912 (20H1).
    Yes, they do, and that's why there's an Insider Program. And why we Insiders get the updates first; to test them for bugs. If a non-Insider gets updates through the various means available, such as UUPDump, Heidoc, etc., they're taking the life of their computer into their own hands and Microsoft is not to blame, since such an update isn't official.

    Unless the bug is a show stopper and Windows just doesn't work at all, Insiders report the problem through the Feed Back Hub. If we Insiders roll back the instant there's a problem, we're not doing the job we signed up for.
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  5. Steven Campoli's Avatar
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       #94

    Just wanna share...apparently theirs a feature where u can add events to your calendar from action center

    Windows 10 20H1 builds have a couple of hidden improvements - Neowin
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  6. LEOPEVA64's Avatar
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       #95

    Steven Campoli said: View Post
    Just wanna share...apparently theirs a feature where u can add events to your calendar from action center
    Yeah, this had already been shown on Reddit some time ago:

    New Option To Add Event From The Taskbar (Insider Build)
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  7. magilla's Avatar
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    linw said: View Post
    For the first time since whenever, the 'normal' disk cleanup didn't leave a deeply buried folder behind in windows.old.
    Mine left a folder in win .old and it won’t let me delete it. Go figure.
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  8. kado897's Avatar
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    magilla said: View Post
    Mine left a folder in win .old and it won’t let me delete it. Go figure.
    Try deleting it from an admin cmd. That's always worked for me when disk cleanup leaves anything.
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  9.    #98

    Me, too.
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  10.    #99

    Wynona said: View Post
    Yes, they do, and that's why there's an Insider Program. And why we Insiders get the updates first; to test them for bugs. If a non-Insider gets updates through the various means available, such as UUPDump, Heidoc, etc., they're taking the life of their computer into their own hands and Microsoft is not to blame, since such an update isn't official.

    Unless the bug is a show stopper and Windows just doesn't work at all, Insiders report the problem through the Feed Back Hub. If we Insiders roll back the instant there's a problem, we're not doing the job we signed up for.
    The wording of my phrase was not probably correct, but that is exactly what I meant (the way you describe it). When one signs up for the Insider Program, expect to have bugs. That is the purpose of this level of flight. Funny enough, since I have been on Fast/Skippy on my second machine, I have never encountered any big problem which would make me roll back.

    One thing, I have to mention though, is that if the machine is basically unusable, one doesn't have any choice but to roll back. Strangely enough, Fast/Skippy runs better than 1903 on my production machine where I had to roll back to 1809 after two attempts.
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