10240 aint RTM version if you believe on MS, however, its "one step closer to it"
Source? Or there will be no RTM now and in the future？
I have installed two hotfixes today. Here is my complete list of hotfixes, as shown after running systeminfo :
None of the issues (bugs) I have described in the post quoted above - more than a week ago, I think - has been fixed. None of them!
In addition, after installing the latest GPU (NVIDIA) driver through Windows update, for the first time ever I observe something like "flickering" in system. Specifically, when a window opens, for example "Notepad" or "Settings" or other windows, or even when my desktop background changes, I observe this flickering: I see something like a line on the screen or, in the case of a program window, the bottom of the application window is redrawn / re-rendered, or something. I have never observed such issue before. I think it's called "artifact-ing".
My (via Windows) updated GPU driver:
I am really sorry that none of the above issues has been fixed. I have reported them numerous times and other users (insiders) have reported them, as well. I really hope something from all this will get fixed until July, 29. At least the correct, appropriate, time format on the Lock Screen, for God's sake.... At least that!
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Just today, I did a clean install to a new 3TB disk drive with a Windows 10 Pro ver 10240 DVD I created from an .esd file. It was a clean install from ver 10240 to ver 10240. My windows is activated. So I also confirm that you can still do a clean install on a PC that previously had Windows 10 activated on it.
I bought this refurbished Dell Optiplex 790 DT a couple of weeks ago from Dell Financial Services. The pc came with a fresh copy of Windows 7 Professional 32-bit, which I immediately upgraded to Windows 10 Pro ver 10162 - 64-bit.
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Build 10240 now available for Windows Insiders in Fast and Slow rings | Blogging Windows
"101240 is one step closer of what customers will get in 29th" or so
- It is very disappointing that just a few days before the official release so many bugs exist. Honestly!
Personally, I do have lots of free time this period (this summer) so I do not mind all these bugs so much. But can you imagine a person who is working, who has a family and other important business to take care of, can you picture this man or woman upgrading to Windows 10 on the 29th or a couple of days later, and face all these issues?!
All of the sudden, now I have artifacts!
Each time my desktop's background image is changing, and I have it changing every one minute, I get a line or some squares on the screen, like the image is broken! What the f... is this?! Latest drivers, via Win update. Yes, yes, yes, I have downloaded them again, the .cab file provided in this very forum, yes I have clean-installed them 3 (three) times!! Artifacts! Jesus.........................
I hope it will get better. SOON! There's no time, you see! Unless we just make fun of each other here.... You, me, Microsoft, everybody making fun of each other! Hahaha...