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  1.    12 Sep 2016 #321
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    Quote Originally Posted by Berton View Post
    Not for me, as I posted earlier have all blank things that should have text on the Start menu items, blank Tiles, can't use Settings as can't read any of the things needed, can't get to reset, requires fully reinstalling 14901 from disc. Have tried 3 times and 14915 is still not working, about to the point of giving up on it.
    Wasn't referring to my experience with the build. Was referring to the experience of the person I quoted, as was posted by him. Insider Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14915 for PC and Mobile - Page 32 - Windows 10 Forums
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  2.    12 Sep 2016 #322
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    Quote Originally Posted by f14tomcat View Post
    In what way? Thought it was working fine.
    For me.. well yes. But others are not having as much luck with it seems.

    I wonder when new features will start to come down??
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  3.    12 Sep 2016 #323
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    Quote Originally Posted by BunnyJ View Post
    For me.. well yes. But others are not having as much luck with it seems.

    I wonder when new features will start to come down??
    Luck may have some bearing on it, but not a great deal. Although it is not my main OS for personal and family business needs, I do spend most of the day using it. Don't know how else to test it out. There are bugs, quirks, annoyances, etc.. But just installing it and declaring "No issues" is pretty useless. Somebody, can't remember who, says "Right click everything". In essence, look under the hood, poke around, see what works and what doesn't. Try fixes. Invent your own. Listen to others that actually test the build. Give feedback. Without doing most or all of this, being an Insider is in name only.

    New features will come out for testing when the foundation is solid enough to support them. So, anybody's guess.

    TC
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  4.    12 Sep 2016 #324
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    Quote Originally Posted by f14tomcat View Post
    Luck may have some bearing on it, but not a great deal. Although it is not my main OS for personal and family business needs, I do spend most of the day using it. Don't know how else to test it out. There are bugs, quirks, annoyances, etc.. But just installing it and declaring "No issues" is pretty useless. Somebody, can't remember who, says "Right click everything". In essence, look under the hood, poke around, see what works and what doesn't. Try fixes. Invent your own. Listen to others that actually test the build. Give feedback. Without doing most or all of this, being an Insider is in name only.

    New features will come out for testing when the foundation is solid enough to support them. So, anybody's guess.

    TC
    Well said TC ....
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  5.    12 Sep 2016 #325
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    Quote Originally Posted by f14tomcat View Post
    Luck may have some bearing on it, but not a great deal. Although it is not my main OS for personal and family business needs, I do spend most of the day using it. Don't know how else to test it out. There are bugs, quirks, annoyances, etc.. But just installing it and declaring "No issues" is pretty useless. Somebody, can't remember who, says "Right click everything". In essence, look under the hood, poke around, see what works and what doesn't. Try fixes. Invent your own. Listen to others that actually test the build. Give feedback. Without doing most or all of this, being an Insider is in name only.

    New features will come out for testing when the foundation is solid enough to support them. So, anybody's guess.

    TC
    Well.. ok then. I think I've been putting in lots of miles as an insider.. like you. So comments like that are hardly productive(see highlighted).

    Time to move along.

    Jeff
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  6.    12 Sep 2016 #326
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    Quote Originally Posted by BunnyJ View Post
    Well.. ok then. I think I've been putting in lots of miles as an insider.. like you. So comments like that are hardly productive(see highlighted).

    Time to move along.

    Jeff
    It was not directed at you, Jeff. It was a general comment. If you took it personally, that is your issue and is regrettable.
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  7.    12 Sep 2016 #327
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    Quote Originally Posted by f14tomcat View Post
    Luck may have some bearing on it, but not a great deal. Although it is not my main OS for personal and family business needs, I do spend most of the day using it. Don't know how else to test it out. There are bugs, quirks, annoyances, etc.. But just installing it and declaring "No issues" is pretty useless. Somebody, can't remember who, says "Right click everything". In essence, look under the hood, poke around, see what works and what doesn't. Try fixes. Invent your own. Listen to others that actually test the build. Give feedback. Without doing most or all of this, being an Insider is in name only.

    New features will come out for testing when the foundation is solid enough to support them. So, anybody's guess.

    TC
    TC, I'm one of those who uses my Insider Build (14915) as my main OS. However, I have all my data backed up on external drives and I don't mind reinstalling programs and apps when things go awry. If things get bad enough, I can go back to an older Build or even go to the Anniversary Update until something more stable comes up.

    With "works for me" said, I will say that there are far too many issues being brought up to discard them as being caused by the "nut between the chair and the keyboard".

    We all use our computers differently; thus, Joe may discover a bug I would never have seen, or Jill may discover one that Joe would never see . . .
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  8.    12 Sep 2016 #328
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wynona View Post
    TC, I'm one of those who uses my Insider Build (14915) as my main OS. However, I have all my data backed up on external drives and I don't mind reinstalling programs and apps when things go awry. If things get bad enough, I can go back to an older Build or even go to the Anniversary Update until something more stable comes up.

    With "works for me" said, I will say that there are far too many issues being brought up to discard them as being caused by the "nut between the chair and the keyboard".

    We all use our computers differently; thus, Joe may discover a bug I would never have seen, or Jill may discover one that Joe would never see . . .
    Wynona, I agree with you...all use their systems differently, but I don't know what this means.
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  9.    12 Sep 2016 #329
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wynona View Post
    TC, I'm one of those who uses my Insider Build (14915) as my main OS. However, I have all my data backed up on external drives and I don't mind reinstalling programs and apps when things go awry. If things get bad enough, I can go back to an older Build or even go to the Anniversary Update until something more stable comes up.

    With "works for me" said, I will say that there are far too many issues being brought up to discard them as being caused by the "nut between the chair and the keyboard".

    We all use our computers differently; thus, Joe may discover a bug I would never have seen, or Jill may discover one that Joe would never see . . .
    I use the insider as a daily use OS as well and my data is on a separate HDD sort of like your setup. In addition, I have no issues in wiping things clean and reinstalling everything again. For me that's about a 3 hour process from start to finish.

    And I agree that everyone will use and check out the new builds differently. During my daily usage I might not encounter the same issues as others might. So far the only issue that I've encountered is with the color in the settings. Other than that when I use it to do my tasks it just seems to work fine. But I agree that there are bugs in the OS overall and they go beyond the user.

    Jeff
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  10.    12 Sep 2016 #330
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    No new build today. Maybe tomorrow?

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