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  1.    10 Jul 2017 #281
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    A Finnish expat in Germany
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  2.    10 Jul 2017 #282
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    Triple boot - Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Pro Insider (2) - (and a sprinkling of VMs)

    Quote Originally Posted by dencal View Post
    I find Outlook best opened in Windows Mail on Start.
    I tend to agree, @dencal - I modified my post above to show both.
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  3.    10 Jul 2017 #283
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    Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16281

    Quote Originally Posted by LEOPEVA64 View Post
    Do not exaggerate, it is simply a bug of a beta build, will be solved when Fall Creators Update is released to the general public.
    Hmmm, so, we have this bug and that bug and the other bug, but don't exaggerate about 'em? They're only little bugs that will be solved when the Fall Update is released?

    What am I not understanding here?

    I've seen folks complain about bugs in new Builds, and others chastise them because they dare to mention the bug, telling them they should remember this is a beta.

    Ummm, I thought that's what our job is supposed to be about. It's my understanding that we're supposed to find bugs and report them. I also thought further that if we're not really sure it's a bug, that we should ask each other . . . kind of like, "This is what's happening to me; is it happening to anyone else?"

    If we're forbidden to find, mention or report bugs, then what are we all doing here?
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  4.    10 Jul 2017 #284
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    Quote Originally Posted by waltc View Post
    ... I talked with a guy in another forum who had the same problem with Reader that I had, and he fixed it the same way I managed to do it. Uninstalling/reinstalling Reader in your case ought to be enough to take care of the printing problem, hopefully! Yes, probably something to do with carrying the older installation into a new build upgrade, I'm guessing. But, as I said this has only happened twice to me--in *all* of those upgrades...!
    Thanks, Walt. I didn't think of the uninstall/reinstall with the print problem. I'll try that later.
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  5.    10 Jul 2017 #285
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wynona View Post
    It's my understanding that we're supposed to find bugs and report them. I also thought further that if we're not really sure it's a bug, that we should ask each other . . . kind of like, "This is what's happening to me; is it happening to anyone else?"
    Not only supposed to find bugs. It is guaranteed that there will be bugs in these pre-release builds, and we will find them. Some of them we know and are told about even before upgrading or clean installing a new build, some others we will find later on when using a new build.

    That's something each and every of us agreed upon when opting in to be an Insider. Windows Insider program is a public beta / pre-release test program, keyword being public; we are not only free from any non-disclosure agreements forcing us to keep our mouths shut whatever our experiences are, we are instead if not obligated but at least encouraged to share the experience, be it sharing with Microsoft using Feedback Hub where anyone can see it or with fellow geeks on our forums.

    I have been really surprised seeing how some of our members have posted things like "This and that is not working, I'm done being Insider". What did these members expect? An issue and bug free new build every week, continuous new features, problem free Windows installation?

    Being a Windows Insider means that you are prepared to get challenged. Sometimes there's a winning streak, several builds without any major issues, sometimes it feels as if Allah, Buddha, God, Shiva & the rest of the heavenly geeks had all together cursed Microsoft and us Insiders by offering a build that is almost impossible to install and crashes as soon as you reach desktop. That's part of the game, that's what we agreed when opting in.

    It's OK to complain, of course. It's OK to share your disappointments and issues, however small and minor that bug that annoys you is according to another geek. But, in my sincere opinion, each of us should remember that it was I myself / you yourself who agreed to test a pre-release build. The cause for your inconvenience might just be The Bug, the one Microsoft is keenly awaiting feedback from. Therefore, logically, you should share it.

    Kari
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  6.    10 Jul 2017 #286
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    well said Kari - Microsoft really do appreciate the Feedback, and have said so on many occasions..
    in fact it is mainly due to the persistence of some determined testers that MS find the solutions..

    BTW, Kari - belated congrats on the MVP award..
    Jolly good show and well-deserved..
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  7.    10 Jul 2017 #287
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugMeister View Post
    well said Kari - Microsoft really do appreciate the Feedback, and have said so on many occasions..
    in fact it is mainly due to the persistence of some determined testers that MS find the solutions.
    I bookmarked this blog post on Microsoft Windows Insider blog as soon as I read it, it puts the Insider program in nutshell. I wholeheartedly recommend every Insider geek out there read it. It tells a real life example what this is all about:

    Insiders are the millions who represent the billions – Dona Sarkar

    This is absolutely true. Each and every Windows Insider out there is an individual who represents not only themselves, but also – to varying degrees – countless others who don’t participate in this amazing program. One area where the Windows Insider Program excels is in gathering broad coverage on the holistic Windows experience. We receive feedback and insights on every aspect of the OS – from app usage and core OS functionality, to usability and accessibility, from each of the primary languages around the globe. Windows Insiders represent the world in a microcosm.

    One of the things we as a team have learned along the way is that at times the voice of one or two Insiders can be representative of hundreds of Windows users. Or thousands. Or even hundreds of thousands. Data from a handful of Insiders can truly be the “needle in a haystack” we’re often looking for while trying to squash bugs during a development cycle. The fun and challenging part of our work is when a small number of users – even just one or two – report an issue. Is this signal weak? Did so few people experience this issue that only one or two found a unique scenario (commonly referred to as a single-user or one-off issue), or is it because these users are a tiny number representing the proverbial tip of a “bug iceberg?”* How do we tell the difference between these two categories?
    Full blog post: A Tale of Two Kernels - Windows Experience BlogWindows Experience Blog


    Quote Originally Posted by BugMeister View Post
    BTW, Kari - belated congrats on the MVP award..
    Jolly good show and well-deserved..
    Thank you
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  8.    10 Jul 2017 #288
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    I bookmarked this blog post on Microsoft Windows Insider blog as soon as I read it, it puts the Insider program in nutshell. I wholeheartedly recommend every Insider geek out there read it. It tells a real life example what this is all about:



    Full blog post: A Tale of Two Kernels - Windows Experience BlogWindows Experience Blog




    Thank you
    Thank you for this Kari. We are here to do and be the eyes and ears of all those who rely on us to find, report problems so they can be fixed.
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  9.    10 Jul 2017 #289
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    I bookmarked this blog post on Microsoft Windows Insider blog as soon as I read it, it puts the Insider program in nutshell. I wholeheartedly recommend every Insider geek out there read it. It tells a real life example what this is all about
    Thanks for sharing that and your previous post, Kari. Just read it all. That certainly puts it all in perspective.
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  10.    10 Jul 2017 #290
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    In case you missed it:

    Starting with Windows 10 build 16237, you can now reset the password of your Microsoft account on the sign-in screen in Windows 10.

    Reset Password of User Account in Windows 10 Windows 10 User Accounts Tutorials
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