Oh..well, the first line there says it was depreciated. Whoops. Could of swore I've seen in there in this build.
I did two Updates to build 10041 today. The first to my H-P dc5800 (ethernet connection) was troublesome. It finally admitted problems and asked if I wanted to "RETRY". The retry proceeded farther into the process, but seemed to hang frequently. It did at least one restart and showed the 10041 watermark along the way, but hung again. I left it running and walked away after several hours. Don't know what the final status is yet.
On the other hand, updating my Yoga 13 was a thing of beauty (on a WiFi connection, no less). It proceeded smoothly, and everything I have looked at seems to be working perfectly -- @Wynona -- the office previews I have had so much trouble with are now working.
One thing I don't understand - the "transparency" that everyone seems so enamored with.. WHY? What's the benefit? Seems to me to make the top screen harder to see. I looked for a setting to reduce the degree of transparency, can't find one.
I've been on the fast tract up to now, but I'd like to have an ISO and move Windows 10 to another drive then the one I have it on now. So maybe I'll wait on this one.
Anyone have any idea if I would have problems installing Windows 10 to a new drive without removing my current build from where it is?
I'd like to dual boot them until I get the new build all set up and then remove the old build.
I've also wondered if I could restore one of my System Backup files to the other drive and move Windows 10 that way?
Oops, that's embarrassing I was in the middle of trying to write a glowing report, and my keyboard went away. No keystrokes at all. (maybe I forgot to use the function key I need to avoid the fat fingers (palms) thing on my Synaptics pad) The default for the pad is on, should be off.
Anyway, Cortana seems alive and well. I don't know about the new browser, never use IE.
Overall, I'm very pleased. So far so good!
Finally, I got the update to work properly!!
I've had to roll back to 9926, once I re-added my VPN's to the new build I couldn't get any of them to authenticate so I'll have to do any further testing of this build in a VM.
Control Panel > Sound > Playback shows no audio devices installed. Tried deleting the 'High Definition Audio Device' from Device Manager and rebooting hoping it might detect/install on a reboot but that didn't work either.
No problem on the previous build.