Windows 10: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14316 Insider

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  1.    11 Apr 2016 #460

    I just used the Mail app and it works fine there as well.
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  2. AndreTen's Avatar
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       11 Apr 2016 #461

    OK, perhaps it is not for everybody :)
    Or perhaps you just didn't received that mail yet (scary laugh)...
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       11 Apr 2016 #462

    AndreTen said: View Post
    Both. If I'm clicking on links in webmail app, all is fine.
    So, what is webmail? Is it like Yahoo Mail? What I'm thinking is that you're already on the web, so that may be why it's working there?

    So now we have Outlook x 2 and Windows 10 Mail x 1.
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  4.    11 Apr 2016 #463

    Wynona said: View Post
    So, what is webmail? Is it like Yahoo Mail? What I'm thinking is that you're already on the web, so that may be why it's working there?

    So now we have Outlook x 2 and Windows 10 Mail x 1.
    It's using a website for email.. gmail.com rather than an email client.
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  5. AndreTen's Avatar
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       11 Apr 2016 #464

    Wynona said: View Post
    So, what is webmail? Is it like Yahoo Mail? What I'm thinking is that you're already on the web, so that may be why it's working there?

    So now we have Outlook x 2 and Windows 10 Mail x 1.
    BunnyJ said: View Post
    It's using a website for email.. gmail.com rather than an email client.
    Yes, Gmail and also exchange webmail from my office. Another user in another thread also reports Thunderbird causes same trouble or even worse: doesn't even trigger the choice.

    Webmail works in FF and in Edge without problem.
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  6.    11 Apr 2016 #465

    On my Preview Build I use Thunderbird as my email client and Edge as my default browser.
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  7.    11 Apr 2016 #466

    So far I've had 4 problems with build 14316.
    1.Links in some emails not working.
    2. In the start menu some of the text is cut off on the bottom.
    3. The Feedback Hub doesn't always work.
    4. I just had to do a hard shut down because Windows 10 froze. Control-Alt-Delete wouldn't work.
    I reported the first three before the freeze up.
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  8.    11 Apr 2016 #467

    Well got my build 14316, Everything working but having problem with DPKG in bash -_-
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       11 Apr 2016 #468

    I can go to Outlook.com by typing hotmail.com in the address bar, and in Chrome, or FF or IE or Edge, It will first go to live mail, and sign me in as they all remember my login and PW, and open Outlook.com webmail with a xxxxmail.live.com address, and because I am in a browser already, links open fine, either in the same page, or in a new tab. It's where my Insider mail goes,Microsoft community, technet flash, anything like that.
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       11 Apr 2016 #469

    Windows 10 Insider build 14316 adds QR codes to bluescreens of death


    Windows 10 Insider build 14316 adds QR codes to bluescreens of death

    One of the more frustrating aspects of using a personal computer–any computer, in fact–are the inevitable bugs and crashes. Every modern operating system suffers from the same, and sometimes those crashes can be catastrophic, requiring hard reboots to resolve. Windows has its own version of these sorts of crashes, once called the black screen of death (BSOD) and more recently evolved into the blue screen of death (also BSOD).

    BSOD’s have always presented sometimes arcane bits of information on what problem caused the crash, and in the past, the information sometimes flew by so quickly that no normal person could jot down error codes and other information fast enough to help with troubleshooting. It looks like Microsoft might be working to help with this specific issue, according to forum visitor at BetaArchive, who posted a screenshot from Windows 10 Insider build 14316 showing a QR code embedded in a BSOD.

    Read more at source
    Windows 10 Insider build 14316 adds QR codes to bluescreens of death
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