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  1.    28 Jan 2017 #201
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    Quote Originally Posted by magilla View Post
    But when I change font size, the graphics are also changed in size and are still clear. I changed font size to 150 and it changes graphics to corresponding size.
    Yes, it does...which is what I *don't want.* Obviously some people's eye-monitor combinations are less "sensitive" than others, but I cannot scale to 120% before the image blur becomes too ugly to use... (See "edit" below, however...you gave me the idea to try the preset instead punching in a custom value.)

    When you use the scaling option you are *not* "changing font sizes"--you are *scaling* all screen elements by the same percentage--scaling them up. Big difference. With the old settings, I could leave my scaling set to 100% and separately change most Windows fonts from 9 points to 11 points, which is what I've done in every build since 10/2014. Can't do that any more--so I hope they put it back...doesn't make sense to remove a perfectly viable option like that. "Scaling" doesn't do the same thing at all.

    Edit: In working with the scaling option, however, I have found that using the presets (125%,150%, etc.) seems to be far less objectionable in terms of image-element blurring than using a "custom" size (like 115% or 120%, etc.) So I'm going to stick with the preset of 125% for the time being and see how that works...before I roll back to 15014.
    Last edited by waltc; 28 Jan 2017 at 12:25.
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  2.    28 Jan 2017 #202

    I see the extensions in Microsoft Edge has been disabled in this build and all my "need to recover website" have gone with it.
    So looks like extensions was the problem after all
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  3.    28 Jan 2017 #203
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    I killed it again
    Then went into BIOS, because I did a BIOS upgrade last week, I have been slowly resetting everything to it's correct settings this week, including my overclock. Seeing virtualization takes place mainly in memory, I just cranked up my RAM from 2333MHz to 3008MHz(BCLK @ 100.25 and RAM frequency @ 3000MHz), lousy latency timings for games, but good frequency for video rendering and for virtualization.
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    So now I'll start the update process once more, go shopping, and see what I have when I get home.
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  4.    28 Jan 2017 #204
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    Quote Originally Posted by GunnzAkimbo View Post
    That happens to me too, no sign of any activity in system monitoring, but then it's ready to install after a short while.
    Brief observation....

    When all appears to be doing nothing, taskmanager > Delivery Optimization is churning away. Here at around 14-15% cpu. No disk I/O, but the column "Other I/O" is quite active. "Other I/O" is basically IPC activity... Inter-process
    communications. It's talking to itself and other system functions....occasionally TiWorker. It gets a mouthful of data and chews on it determining what pieces really need to be downloaded and applied. Eventually ( ), it downloads a little more and takes off with initializing. Quite a bit of time is spent in a state of "hurry up and wait".
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  5.    28 Jan 2017 #205
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    Quote Originally Posted by f14tomcat View Post
    Brief observation....

    When all appears to be doing nothing, taskmanager > Delivery Optimization is churning away. Here at around 14-15% cpu. No disk I/O, but the column "Other I/O" is quite active. "Other I/O" is basically IPC activity... Inter-process
    communications. It's talking to itself and other system functions....occasionally TiWorker. It gets a mouthful of data and chews on it determining what pieces really need to be downloaded and applied. Eventually ( ), it downloads a little more and takes off with initializing. Quite a bit of time is spent in a state of "hurry up and wait".
    Problem is. On a less capable machine that 14-15% becomes 90-100% for many hours.
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  6.    28 Jan 2017 #206
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    Quote Originally Posted by f14tomcat View Post
    Brief observation....

    Quite a bit of time is spent in a state of "hurry up and wait".
    That was my life style as a Cannon Fire Direction Specialist, in the Artillery
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  7.    28 Jan 2017 #207
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    How the new custom scaling works in build 15019


    I do not know if this has always been there since I used to only use the "Make text size larger or smaller" settings, The two custom scaling screens:
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  8.    28 Jan 2017 #208
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    Quote Originally Posted by waltc View Post
    Yes, it does...which is what I *don't want.* Obviously some people's eye-monitor combinations are less "sensitive" than others, but I cannot scale to 120% before the image blur becomes too ugly to use...

    When you use the scaling option you are *not* "changing font sizes"--you are *scaling* all screen elements by the same percentage--scaling them up. Big difference. With the old settings, I could leave my scaling set to 100% and separately change most Windows fonts from 9 points to 11 points, which is what I've done in every build since 10/2014. Can't do that any more--so I hope they put it back...doesn't make sense to remove a perfectly viable option like that. "Scaling" doesn't do the same thing at all.
    Yuppers!
    Can't get to this any more!

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    Gotta use Winaero Tweaker.
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  9.    28 Jan 2017 #209
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edwin View Post
    Yuppers!
    Can't get to this any more!

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    Gotta use Winaero Tweaker.
    Thanks for the screenie, Edwin... You nailed it.

    In working with the scaling option, however, I have found that using the presets (125%,150%, etc.) seems to be far less objectionable in terms of image-element blurring than using a "custom" size (like 115% or 120%, etc.) So I'm going to stick with the preset of 125% for the time being and see how that works...before I roll back to 15014.

    Also, "game mode" seems to be nothing more than the framework to allow people with computers that are far more powerful than an xBox to stream xBox games...as if that might be something they'd really want to do... Don't think so! But who knows? At any rate, there is certainly nothing present that actually seems to run my win32 games any better than they ran on 15014, or previous builds...
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  10.    28 Jan 2017 #210
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    Yeah, I just went shopping and got back, 15-20 minute round trip, and now have this:
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    OCing the RAM to match the CPU & Cache multiplier settings worked!
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