Windows 10: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15025 for PC Insider

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  1.    04 Feb 2017 #470

    Kari said: View Post
    I was wondering that file size of Ztruker's ISO as well. My English (both UK & US) ISO images made from ESD are 3.94 GB, in bytes same than yours Slicendice.
    I wonder why the difference. My ESD created ISO is the same as Ztruker, 3,345,962 KB.
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       04 Feb 2017 #471

    Winuser said: View Post
    I wonder why the difference. My ESD created ISO is the same as Ztruker, 3,345,962 KB.
    ESD based (option #2 in ESDtoISO) or 32bit?
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  3.    04 Feb 2017 #472

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    I had issues with Edge in the previous builds but I also have found it working much better in this build.. with the exception of the random "*" and I hope the fix that soon!
    Have you tried to paste anything into Edge. For me when I paste it takes awhile before it shows. That and the asterisks is the only problem I've noticed so far.
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  4. Posts : 17,763
    Windows 10 Home 64bit
       04 Feb 2017 #473

    Right click on the taskbar doesn't do anything for me. Anyone else seeing this?
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  5.    04 Feb 2017 #474

    AndreTen said: View Post
    ESD based (option #2 in ESDtoISO) or 32bit?
    Thanks.*after reading a few more post that is definitely the reason for the size difference. I used option 2 to make my 64bit ISO.

    Edit: I forgot to capitalize the a in after and I see Edge inserted a asterisk. Is the asterisk Edges way to show that we made a typing mistake?
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  6.    04 Feb 2017 #475

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    From 15019 release notes. Not pertaining to UUP per se, but.... Depends, I guess.


    • Quicken 2016 will fail to run with an error stating .NET 4.6.1 is not installed. For Insiders familiar with Registry Editor, there is an optional workaround. Take ownership of the following registry keys and edit the “version” value to be 4.6.XXXXX instead of 4.7.XXXXX:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Client
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v4\Full
    Note: Please take caution when editing the registry. Changing the wrong value can have unexpected and undesirable results.
    I put a post here about how to implement this:
    Quicken 2017 and TurboTax 2016 win10 ver 15007 registry changes.
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  7.    04 Feb 2017 #476

    Whoa! I just re-read the whole thread (first 38 pages through which I'd read yesterday, plus the 10 pages added since then). This has been the wildest ride on the Insider Preview express for quite a long while. I'd say we'd have to reach back to pre-1507 days to see this level of mystery and mayhem. If they still want to hit the 1704 time window for the upcoming next major release, it's clear they have a LOT of work to do.

    After reading all the back'n'forth on UUP and how long somebody should be willing to wait for it to grind through to completion, here's my 2¢ worth on this subject. I've got two test machines. I'm willing to give 1 of them 6-8 hours to get through download and install, for the other no more than 2. My thinking is that anything that takes longer than 6-8 hours to install is an outright failure and I shouldn't have to devote the time necessary to keep checking on completion longer than that. Period. For the other machine, it's simply because 2 hours can slip into my working day without too much disruption, but having to ping-pong checking on 2 machines for longer than that *IS* a disruption, and I won't have it.

    And there it is! I totally get Kari's insistence that some people stick it out to the bitter end, because MS needs the telemetry data. I guess if I had more VMs stood up for this kind of thing I could let them run ad infinitum. But I haven't done that yet, though now I suppose I probably should...

    Thanks for all your input, observations, and ideas. Always a pleasure to see the community work things out. If only MS were as collegial with Insiders as we are with each other here!

    Best,
    --Ed--
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 v1803 Build 17134.1 (Branch: RS4 Release Preview)
       04 Feb 2017 #477

    EdTittel said: View Post
    Thanks for all your input, observations, and ideas. Always a pleasure to see the community work things out. If only MS were as collegial with Insiders as we are with each other here!
    I totally agree with this statement. That would be awesome!
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  • Posts : 19,511
    Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17083
       04 Feb 2017 #478

    Fafhrd said: View Post
    I've been checking out Tweaking.com windows repair,which basically puts back in place what should be there, using the catalog files, component store and and DISM, but invariably it finds problems with the Windows NTFS file structure, even with systems that are running nominally OK - broken simlinks and junctions - reparse points - that few people really bother about, or understand.

    It seems to think that 15019 x86 is a little bit broken with: <Snip>

    It's always been the case that the best cure for most of Windows' ills is a shutdown, a cup of coffee (and a fag "quick drag" in days long ago) then a reboot.

    There were 4 engineers in a car that was chugging along on the verge of breaking down. They were arguing from their own fields of expertise and speculating about the problem.
    The chemical engineer considered that the fuel mix was probably wrong, the electrical engineer that the alternator, plugs and distributor needed attention, and the mechanical engineer that it was wear on the bearings due to dirty oil, but the computer engineer considered the cure was simple, because he came across the problem every day.
    He said that all that was required was to close all the windows, turn everything off and wait for a few minutes, then start it up again, open the windows and everything would be fine.

    The old'uns are the best!
    So, at the moment, Tweaking.com shouldn't be visited by those of us who may be old hands at testing Windows (whichever version) until more is known, or those who are really almost novices but think they're gurus?

    Yes, sometimes the simple things are the best; however, I don't understand what happened with File Explorer's runtime, but I guess all I need to know is that a shutdown seems to have worked in this instance.

    BTW, as I took TC's advice about the shutdown and wait a minute, I figured that I'd just go watch some TV with my husband, then come back and reboot.

    Every problem I have tends to teach me something, so thanks to all you real gurus here to back us all up; you're very much appreciated.
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  • Posts : 19,511
    Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17083
       04 Feb 2017 #479

    kado897 said: View Post
    Right click on the taskbar doesn't do anything for me. Anyone else seeing this?
    Working fine for me, Keith. I've set up the Quick Launch Bar and added numerous apps to it; right click to lock/unlock all taskbars works fine . . .
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