Announcing Windows 10 Insider Fast Build 16257 PC + 15237 Mobile  


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       #420

    on laptop, I notice that the update continues to search for update, never stopping. No problems with build but continues to search for updates and will not stop even when shut down computer.
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  2. Posts : 2,491
    Windows Insider Fast Ring LatestKUuuntu 20.10
       #421

    Just posted to buildfeed 10.0.16261.1000 (rs_prerelease.170803-1629)

    I'd definitely say that build 16262 is likely to be released Wed. Hope everybody has had I great weekend
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    Dual boot Windows 10 FCU Pro x 64 & current Insider 10 Pro
       #422

    magilla said:
    on laptop, I notice that the update continues to search for update, never stopping. No problems with build but continues to search for updates and will not stop even when shut down computer.
    Oh? Did you try to reset WU?
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       #423

    martyfelker said:
    Just posted to buildfeed 10.0.16261.1000 (rs_prerelease.170803-1629)

    I'd definitely say that build 16262 is likely to be released Wed. Hope everybody has had I great weekend
    Had a great weekend. Hope you did as well.

    Thanks for the update. You moved your estimate up to Wednesday from Friday.
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       #424

    HippsieGypsie said:
    Had a great weekend. Hope you did as well.

    Thanks for the update. You moved your estimate up to Wednesday from Friday.
    Actually no. 16262 was compiled Friday. It should be released this coming Weds. If so this follows the pattern that occurred with 16257which I also called. I think the Insider team is in a groove - would you not say, Dona?
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       #425

    Anyone remember that you could Ctrl/Select and mass Unpin tiles from the Start Screen in Windows 8?

    Be nice if that was possible here!
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       #426

    Edwin said:
    Anyone remember that you could Ctrl/Select and mass Unpin tiles from the Start Screen in Windows 8?

    Be nice if that was possible here!
    Well, most wanted Start menu back, which is different. Highly disappointing IMO.
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  8. Posts : 14,619
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       #427

    HippsieGypsie said:
    With the Metric system you have a much better numbering system than here. You canít move the decimal point over one digit? You should use/try the American system. Divide inches by 12 for feet in your mind. Archaic!
    16 oz to lb
    2000 (us) or 2240 lb (old uk) t
    to tonne

    1000 grams to kilogram

    1000 kilograms to tonne

    hmmm which is easier.

    I am always how amazed the US is so prehistoric on their measurement system.

    The only important imperial measurement in UK is the Pint used in pubs.
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       #428

    cereberus said:
    16 oz to lb
    2000 (us) or 2240 lb (old uk) t
    to tonne

    1000 grams to kilogram

    1000 kilograms to tonne

    hmmm which is easier.

    I am always how amazed the US is so prehistoric on their measurement system.

    The only important imperial measurement in UK is the Pint used in pubs.
    The mile is still used. All road signs are in miles.

    It was even worse in the UK before our currency was decimalised.

    £ - Librum (pound)
    s - Solidus (shilling)
    d - Denarius (penny)

    12 d - 1 s
    20 s = 1 £

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C2%A3sd
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       #429

    kado897 said:
    The mile is still used. All road signs are in miles.

    It was even worse in the UK before our currency was decimalised.

    £ - Librum
    s - Solidus
    d - Denarius

    12 d - 1 s
    20 s = 1 £

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C2%A3sd
    Actually, the old system had some pluses as 240 d/£ which meant you could share exactly with 3 persons for example.

    Interestingly bookie odds were all designed to always return an exact whole number of pence for each whole pound wagered. Since decimalisation, they often have to round up or down to nearest new pence.
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