I like many others have been having a problem getting my Windows Update set up to get insider builds. Even though I had signed in using my Microsoft account, I kept getting the "Fix me" button which gave me a message about stopping insider builds. I think I identified the problem. I did a clean install of 10162 on a spare drive as a stand alone system. Update told me I was all set to get insider builds. Then I reattached my drive with Windows 8.1 and set it up for dual boot. As soon as I did this I got the infamous "Fix me" button. I then disconnected the Windows 8.1 drive and update told me I was once again all set to get insider builds. Strange - when Update sees another windows install on my system, it disables insider builds. Maybe there is something stored in the MBR. When I dual boot, I boot from a different drive and use Easy BCD to boot the Win 10 partition.
since it was a big topic just recently on this thread, if anybody wants to change their TITLE BAR COLOR and size, i can show you how. you can choose a dedicated color, or have the title bar change colors as one of the accent colors. anyone who hasn't figured it out yet, and is interested in doing this, let me know and i'll post the steps.
What happens if you Restart and go back to that screen?
For many of us, when we updated to Builds 10158, 10159 and 10162, Office 365 gave three errors:
1. A never ending loop telling the user to sign into his/her O365 account.
2. Another error having the user sign into his/her O365 account that was just a bit different that #1.
3 And finally, the one I got; Microsoft Office cannot verify the license for this product. You should repair the Office program by using Control Panel.
This is a Known Issue that doesn't seem to be confined solely to Windows 10 or solely to Office 365. I have just learned that both the Windows 10 and the Office 365 Teams are working together toward a solution to this problem.
Since this concerns both Windows 10 and Office 365, I will post this info in the Office thread also.