Windows 10: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 15063 for PC and Mobile Insider

  1.    27 Mar 2017 #550

    Dave44 said: View Post
    15063.2 added to build feed surely the zero day patches more proof 15063 is official RTM

    https://buildfeed.net/build/85a0f7fb...-e68b3d4797ec/
    Based on previous rtms, this follows same pattern ie in build updates released on build that was intended as RTM (rare for non RTM builds).
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       27 Mar 2017 #551

    Dave44 said: View Post
    15063.2 added to build feed surely the zero day patches more proof 15063 is official RTM

    https://buildfeed.net/build/85a0f7fb...-e68b3d4797ec/
    All the more reason why M$ need to use telemetry.
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       27 Mar 2017 #552

    Just updated my Dell Venue Pro 8 3845 tablet from 15025 (I think) to 15063. Update went smooth but on the first boot, before you get the first Hi I realized that the touch screen was not working. Fiddled a bit, then hooked up a USB mouse (I had previously purchased a USB Mini to standard adapter), reinstalled the chipset driver and after the reboot, touch was working again.

    This is the first problem I've had with touch since the initial upgrade from 8.1 to 10 several years ago.
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  4.    27 Mar 2017 #553

    I updated my Teclast X98 Plus tablet to 15063 and the touchscreen functioning turned inverse. I removed the Intel HD Graphics driver and few minutes works normally but suddenly turns inverse again. Given feedback. But no problem, I use another devices and hope if is coming solution.
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       27 Mar 2017 #554

    Zardoc said: View Post
    Hi Dick,

    Since this is still preview (I know might be official) and only subject to this version and any other insider builds, this is why i posted here to see if any other user of Office 2016 had this issue.

    Thanks for the reply.
    Hey Zardoc,
    This issue isn't happening for me with Office 2016. I've both just copy/pasted and manually inserted hyperlinks without issue.
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       27 Mar 2017 #555

    blackroseMD1 said: View Post
    Hey Zardoc,
    This issue isn't happening for me with Office 2016. I've both just copy/pasted and manually inserted hyperlinks without issue.
    Thank you very much BlackroseMD1. I don't understand were the problem is.

    Clean install same issue.
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       27 Mar 2017 #556

    Zardoc said: View Post
    Thank you very much BlackroseMD1. I don't understand were the problem is.

    Clean install same issue.
    That is odd. I hope you get it figured out.
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       27 Mar 2017 #557

    Am I seeing things due amount of my favourite beverage consumed, or are you geeks seeing this, too:

    I have my reasons to test a scenario where Windows will be installed using a generic Windows 10 key then activate it with an MSDN key (I know you can't activate Windows with a generic key released by Microsoft). Clean install on machine without existing digital license.

    Example: Windows 10 PRO generic key, valid for install only: VK7JG-NPHTM-C97JM-9MPGT-3V66T

    Whatever I try, installing any edition of Windows 10 from official Microsoft Build 15058 ISO images, Windows setup is no longer asking me to either enter a product key or select I don't have a product key.

    Is this true or caused by booze? Windows installation does no require longer a product key?



    EDIT:

    Please ignore this post. It seems that Home and Pro are still asking keys, it was just Education and Enterprise not doing it which makes sense.

    My apologies.
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  9.    27 Mar 2017 #558

    Kari said: View Post
    Am I seeing things due amount of my favourite beverage consumed, or are you geeks seeing this, too:

    I have my reasons to test a scenario where Windows will be installed using a generic Windows 10 key then activate it with an MSDN key (I know you can't activate Windows with a generic key released by Microsoft). Clean install on machine without existing digital license.

    Example: Windows 10 PRO generic key, valid for install only: VK7JG-NPHTM-C97JM-9MPGT-3V66T

    Whatever I try, installing any edition of Windows 10 from official Microsoft Build 15058 ISO images, Windows setup is no longer asking me to either enter a product key or select I don't have a product key.

    Is this true or caused by booze? Windows installation does no require longer a product key?
    Just finished a clean install of 15063 and it did ask for a key. I'm only having a beer....


    Cheers,
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       27 Mar 2017 #559

    fdegrove said: View Post
    Just finished a clean install of 15063 and it did ask for a key. I'm only having a beer....


    Cheers,
    Thanks. I already edited my post.
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