New Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast+Skip Build 18975 (20H1) - Sept. 6 Insider

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    kado897 said:
    I wonder if they are doing A/B testing on the update.
    One never knows!
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       #21

    kado897 said:
    I wonder if they are doing A/B testing on the update.
    Yep.

    With the new conversational Cortana experience, we understand that you wanna keep the chat going sometimes, and the default position of the window isn’t always where you’d prefer to have it docked if you’re going to have a longer back and forth. That’s why we’re starting to roll out the option to be able to move the window (by dragging the title bar area), to anywhere you’d like on the screen–just like you can with other windows. You can also resize the window if you’d like. Currently, this change is rolled out to 50% of Insiders with the new Cortana experience, and we’ll continue the rollout as we validate the quality of the experience.
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       #22

    Now this is different for me, disk cleanup and the Windows.Old folder size. Build after build after build I always see just over 24Gb for this. Today's update reports only 16Gb to clean. The end result after cleaning looks in the right ballpark though.

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       #23

    Brink said:
    Yep.
    I was thinking of A/B testing the update process itself Shawn since some have the "Getting Things Ready" phase and others don't.
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  5. Posts : 626
    Latest Preview Build
       #24

    Word 2007 hadn’t been responding to close or minimize for the past 3 or 4 builds
    It’s fixed on this build responding to everything, I’m happy with this fix
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  6. Posts : 1,102
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       #25

    Update completed without any apparently problem but still a bit slow... 38 minutes.

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       #26

    kado897 said:
    I was thinking of A/B testing the update process itself Shawn since some have the "Getting Things Ready" phase and others don't.

    I'm not sure about that, but it wouldn't surprise me.
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       #27

    bordi said:
    Word 2007 hadn’t been responding to close or minimize for the past 3 or 4 builds
    It’s fixed on this build responding to everything, I’m happy with this fix
    Well good for you.... Word is an abomination (from a RAM point anyway) I would choose an alternative
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       #28

    downloaded and installed twice and on second it went to green screen and uninstalled it
    back to previous version now
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  10. Posts : 3,245
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       #29

    Cortana speaks and dialogue box moves around. Calendar and clock work, also.
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