Is Microsoft prepping for a post Windows 10 RTM Insider build? Insider

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  1. Posts : 889
    Windows 10 Pro x64
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    An new build means new things to learn and more discussions. Good for Tenforums!
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  2. Posts : 696
    Windows 10 Build 14267
       #11

    jyusa said:
    An new build means new things to learn and more discussions. Good for Tenforums!
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  3. Posts : 3,954
    64-bit Win10 Pro Insider Build 19569
       #12

    Mystere said:
    That is probably more to do with the recently released 10152 Build for Phones. There's no point in clogging the insider app with all that data from old betas.
    - optimisation being the current watchword at Microsoft, you could well be on to something there..
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  4. Posts : 187
    Windows 10 Pro
       #13

    jimbo45 said:
    ... and they need to sort out "Settings" and the old control panel. It's pointless to continue with BOTH. Just confusing. Also the Windows right mouse click on the Windows symbol throws up in the popup menu a load of items that are IN the old control panel anyway -- another bit of over duplication (or triplication in this case).
    I'm sure Control Panel will eventually disappear. They are going to put everything in the Settings menu of Windows 10, were it belongs. Control Panel is old and something from the past.
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  5. Posts : 3,954
    64-bit Win10 Pro Insider Build 19569
       #14

    Rudy Mas said:
    I'm sure Control Panel will eventually disappear. They are going to put everything in the Settings menu of Windows 10, were it belongs. Control Panel is old and something from the past.
    Having the right-click pop-up option is particularly useful if you use the Start menu in Full-Screen mode.. :)
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  6. Posts : 889
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #15

    BugMeister said:
    Having the right-click pop-up option is particularly useful if you use the Start menu in Full-Screen mode.. :)
    Agreed!
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  7. Posts : 135
    Windows 10 build 10122
       #16

    jimbo45 said:
    Currently also EDGE is a "Mega Mess" and they need to sort out "Settings" and the old control panel. It's pointless to continue with BOTH. Just confusing. Also the Windows right mouse click on the Windows symbol throws up in the popup menu a load of items that are IN the old control panel anyway -- another bit of over duplication (or triplication in this case).
    Couldn't have said this any better. Totally agree and my thoughts about where the next round of Win 10 improvements need to be focused...
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  8. Posts : 135
    Windows 10 build 10122
       #17

    Yes I also want:
    - Control Panel gone
    - The right click start menu options to be modernised. Why can't that right click menu look more modernised too, it still looks like the old school win 95/98 style bare bones context menu when we now have all these nicer touch friendly modern style contexts now. In this sense, Win 10 feels patchy and like all the right click menus all over the place need to be modernised
    - Edge needs some serious work
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  9. Posts : 93
    Windows
       #18

    I don't think the option to select the 'th2_release' branch was there yesterday? :)

    Is Microsoft prepping for a post Windows 10 RTM Insider build?-th2_branch.png

    EDIT: The store also just updated 3 apps:

    Is Microsoft prepping for a post Windows 10 RTM Insider build?-windows_store.png
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  10. Posts : 282
    Windows 10!
       #19

    dmex said:
    I don't think the option to select the 'th2_release' branch was there yesterday? :)

    Is Microsoft prepping for a post Windows 10 RTM Insider build?-th2_branch.png

    EDIT: The store also just updated 3 apps:

    Is Microsoft prepping for a post Windows 10 RTM Insider build?-windows_store.png
    I don't have the added info under "Insider Builds", but I did notice under regedit that I was changed to the
    TH2 Preview branch.
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