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    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
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       #150

    Update:

    LOTS of feedback pouring in from #WindowsInsiders & our team for the #WinBugBash. No new builds today.
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  2. Posts : 7,128
    Windows 10 Pro Insider
       #151

    Kari said:
    Why decimals? Officially they are already using quite logical naming policy, next feature upgrades will be version 1709, version 1803, version 1809 and so on.



    Half serious, half joking:



    Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 is The Last Windows and that in the future feature upgrades will be published twice a year in March and September. Decimals would end quite soon; original release had been 10.0, November Update 10.1, Anniversary Update 10.2, Creators Update 10.3, coming so called Fall Update in September 10.4, meaning 10.9 would be version 2003 (March 2020) in less than three years from now, forcing them to go to Windows 11 in September 2020.

    Just being curious. Why would they have to stop at 10.9? Couldn't they just continue with 10.10 and up?
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  3. Posts : 17,638
    Windows 10 Pro
       #152

    Winuser said:
    Just being curious. Why would they have to stop at 10.9? Couldn't they just continue with 10.10 and up?
    What?

    In decimal system, as well as in software / OS versioning, isn't 10.1 and 10.10 the the same? Ten and one tenth. Maybe if they had started from 10.00 and continued with 10.01, 10.02 and sow on they had covered versioning for 50 years,
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    Win10x64 v2004 latest build fast ring
       #153

    magilla said:
    WaltC, My Radeon RX480 8GB has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 and looks like it does with Win 10 Release. Sorry you have problems. Is your driver from AMD or WU?
    How about when you fire up a game? As I said, the *desktop* works correctly and I can switch the desktop to any VSR--as in my screen shot. It's only that inside a game--when I use the *game options* to switch resolutions just for the game--those resolutions now longer show up as available in my games--and they used to just a couple of builds back.

    I only use AMD-direct drivers, in this case the 17.5.1's and all of the 17.4.x drivers--I even went back to the 17.3.x. Crimsons to try those--no go--I had to use the "Disable Windows Driver Signing" for the the 17.3.x drivers, as those had a signature problem with Win10 when they were current--so I've put quite some time into testing here. BTW, Windows drivers come from AMD, too--not from Microsoft--AMD used to send them to Microsoft for inclusion into new builds. I don't know if they still do as I haven't seen a case of Windows installing the wrong driver for my GPU in many months, thankfully... I'm aware that other folks, especially with laptops, are having a driver problem with Windows 10 installing a older driver over a newer one, etc.

    VSR isn't critical, of course. It's simply a different method of supersampling FSAA, but it's a nice method that I have grown fond of and would like it to work *correctly* (meaning "at all")--I'm sure it will once AMD & Microsoft get to the bottom of it...
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    Win10x64 v2004 latest build fast ring
       #154

    dencal said:
    Anyone else having problem opening Feedback Hub?
    Whenever I get that particular warning I've found that the best thing to do is to simply leave Feedback on in the background and go do something else for 10-20 minutes, come back, and try loading Feedback from inside the running application--if you can load the Feedback from others you can then add your own. I've used it recently and found that I always have to wait a while after accessing the site before I can load and then add Feedback, even if I don't get that particular warning. It's something to do with the way their Feedback engine refreshes--as they've mentioned in the known-issues stack (used to be mentioned almost every build in the beginning, but I haven't seen it in known issues lately, even though I still have to wait a while.)

    EDIT: I'm wrong...the site is definitely down! Lol... I just made some Feedback yesterday! Haven't seen this one before...!
    Last edited by waltc; 16 May 2017 at 14:31.
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  6. Posts : 807
    Win10x64 v2004 latest build fast ring
       #155

    Kari said:
    What?

    In decimal system, as well as in software / OS versioning, isn't 10.1 and 10.10 the the same? Ten and one tenth. Maybe if they had started from 10.00 and continued with 10.01, 10.02 and sow on they had covered versioning for 50 years,
    Lol... Yes, I'm certain that Microsoft would have no problem with Windows 10, stepping 11.0, version 1808, build 1001, etc, and etc, ad infinitum!
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  7. Posts : 10,256
    Wndows 10 Pro x64 release preview channel
       #156

    Kari said:
    What?

    In decimal system, as well as in software / OS versioning, isn't 10.1 and 10.10 the the same? Ten and one tenth. Maybe if they had started from 10.00 and continued with 10.01, 10.02 and sow on they had covered versioning for 50 years,

    Come on Kari don't get me going on that one again as I was proved correct last time. Yes in maths 10.1 and 10.10 are the same but not in software versions. Maths 10.10 is ten point one 0, software it's ten dot ten.
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  8. Posts : 17,638
    Windows 10 Pro
       #157

    DooGie said:
    Come on Kari don't get me going on that one again as I was proved correct last time. Yes in maths 10.1 and 10.10 are the same but not in software versions. Maths 10.10 is ten point one 0, software it's ten dot ten.
    Having not a faintest clue when or why you have been proven correct last time and what are you referring to, here's a simple request:

    Please provide a version history link to any application showing that for instance version 10.10 is later / newer version than version 10.9, or for instance that version 2.30 is later / newer than version 2.5.

    Thank you in advance.

    Kari
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  9. Posts : 10,256
    Wndows 10 Pro x64 release preview channel
       #158

    Got to concede Kari. I've searched this forum for the thread I had in mind but can't find it.
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  10. Posts : 3,245
    Windows 10 and windows insider
       #159

    waltc said:
    How about when you fire up a game? As I said, the *desktop* works correctly and I can switch the desktop to any VSR--as in my screen shot. It's only that inside a game--when I use the *game options* to switch resolutions just for the game--those resolutions now longer show up as available in my games--and they used to just a couple of builds back.

    I only use AMD-direct drivers, in this case the 17.5.1's and all of the 17.4.x drivers--I even went back to the 17.3.x. Crimsons to try those--no go--I had to use the "Disable Windows Driver Signing" for the the 17.3.x drivers, as those had a signature problem with Win10 when they were current--so I've put quite some time into testing here. BTW, Windows drivers come from AMD, too--not from Microsoft--AMD used to send them to Microsoft for inclusion into new builds. I don't know if they still do as I haven't seen a case of Windows installing the wrong driver for my GPU in many months, thankfully... I'm aware that other folks, especially with laptops, are having a driver problem with Windows 10 installing a older driver over a newer one, etc.

    VSR isn't critical, of course. It's simply a different method of supersampling FSAA, but it's a nice method that I have grown fond of and would like it to work *correctly* (meaning "at all")--I'm sure it will once AMD & Microsoft get to the bottom of it...
    @waltc - I am not much of a game player, so they only game I have is MS Solitaire. I played it with full screen, checking my resolution and it is the same. The game mode is on, also. Sorry I don't have more games to play to check further. Good luck.
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