Windows 10: Announcing Windows 10 Insider Fast Build 16257 PC + 15237 Mobile Insider

  1.    14 Aug 2017 #1000

    kado897 said: View Post
    I'm in agreement with you Wynona. Use the best product for the job that you can afford.
    Lol, that's why I use freeware predominantly, I can afford it.
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       14 Aug 2017 #1001

    CountMike said: View Post
    Lol, that's why I use freeware predominantly, I can afford it.
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  3.    14 Aug 2017 #1002

    Cliff S said: View Post



    Mine is halfway between the two. Does that mean I am transgender?
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       14 Aug 2017 #1003

    cereberus said: View Post
    Mine is halfway between the two. Does that mean I am transgender?
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       14 Aug 2017 #1004

    waltc said: View Post
    Actually the above captions should read, in this order, Experts, n00bs... There, fixed it for you. (BTW, I don't do repeat shortcuts, either.) I have maybe 500 3rd-party programs and games, installed. For me, an OSes highest and best value is in how well it supports the third-party software and hardware I wish to buy.

    The reason I don't like shortcuts on my desktop, is, they are then hidden anyhow when I have a window open, so I hide them and like I said earlier, just use the desktop toolbar in the taskbar(after placing them in folders), or I use the ones on Start, what ever I'm in the mood for.

    I use to use the desktop, but since it became the "Superbar"(anyone remember this term for it?), I have use the desktop toolbar, where others always recreate there own quick launch toolbar.
    But with the desktop toolbar, you can slide out the recycle bin and have a functioning on with out jumping through hoops and creating one from scratch, as it is already on the desktop.
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  6.    14 Aug 2017 #1005

    Cliff S said: View Post

    The reason I don't like shortcuts on my desktop, is, they are then hidden anyhow when I have a window open, so I hide them and like I said earlier, just use the desktop toolbar in the taskbar(after placing them in folders), or I use the ones on Start, what ever I'm in the mood for.

    I use to use the desktop, but since it became the "Superbar"(anyone remember this term for it?), I have use the desktop toolbar, where others always recreate there own quick launch toolbar.
    But with the desktop toolbar, you can slide out the recycle bin and have a functioning on with out jumping through hoops and creating one from scratch, as it is already on the desktop.
    There's also Taskview and virtual desktops.
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       14 Aug 2017 #1006

    Update:

    #WindowsInsiders : no new builds today, we'll have more info on the state of our Canary build's bug fixes this afternoon.
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       14 Aug 2017 #1007

    Brink said: View Post
    Update:



    Awwww Crap!
    I had early shift today, and tomorrow is a holiday in my part of Bavaria, so I'll be off.
    A new build would have been just the right thing
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       14 Aug 2017 #1008

    Cliff S said: View Post

    The reason I don't like shortcuts on my desktop, is, they are then hidden anyhow when I have a window open, so I hide them and like I said earlier, just use the desktop toolbar in the taskbar(after placing them in folders), or I use the ones on Start, what ever I'm in the mood for.
    And besides, I don't want to be running around closing windows to search through a few gazillion icons. I like the Quick Launch Bar for all my most used files and apps.

    Cliff S said: View Post
    I use to use the desktop, but since it became the "Superbar"(anyone remember this term for it?), I have use the desktop toolbar, where others always recreate there own quick launch toolbar.
    I don't like anything in my "Superbar" either, except for my Quick Launch Toolbar.

    Cliff S said: View Post
    But with the desktop toolbar, you can slide out the recycle bin and have a functioning on with out jumping through hoops and creating one from scratch, as it is already on the desktop.
    I keep my recycle bin at the bottom right instead of where Microsoft placed it. That way I don't usually see it unless I really want it. And, I don't like any icons on my taskbar either. :)
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       14 Aug 2017 #1009

    CountMike said: View Post
    There's also Taskview and virtual desktops.
    Too many extra clicks to get my program then.
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