Windows 10: Windows 10 Fall Creators Update coming October 17th 2017

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  1.    17 Oct 2017 #270

    davidhk said: View Post
    In the Cortana search box, type system protection > at the pop up box, click Create a restore point.

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    Thanks! I used to go to My computer and click on system proprieties and I could find this very place you said to go :)

    Don't know if i's system proprieties is the exact name since I'm using it in Portuguese but anyway thanks for the help!
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  2.    17 Oct 2017 #271

    davidhk said: View Post
    It is turned off by the new update.
    Hi David. For me, System restore was not turned off by the update but old System restore points were deleted, and a new one was created immediately before the update.

    Bo
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  3.    17 Oct 2017 #272

    Yeah thanks guys for all the help regarding system restore :)

    Also mine was not disabled either!
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       17 Oct 2017 #273

    bo elam said: View Post
    Hi David. For me, System restore was not turned off by the update but old System restore points were deleted, and a new one was created immediately before the update.

    Bo
    Needhelpwithwin said: View Post
    Yeah thanks guys for all the help regarding system restore :)

    Also mine was not disabled either!
    The member I initially replied to has build 16299.15 installed. System Protection is turned off.
    It does not apply to build 16299.19.



    ****adding....... My replies were based on what had happened to me today.
    I installed build 16299.15. System Protection was turned off.
    A few hours later, I checked the Windows Update , found KB4043961, installed build16299.19. System Protect remined active.
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  5.    18 Oct 2017 #274

    AndrewDG62 said: View Post
    I wonder what problems this update is going to deliver?
    Anniversary update - I lost autoplay.
    Creators update - I got back partial autoplay and lost automatic update checking.

    Perhaps if MS fixed things under the hood first before offering features many people won't even use.

    I can wait a while yet for this new update to see what issues other people will experience.
    Indeed - I like being one release behind to give MS chance to iron out the worst of the bugs. I just updated to the CU :)
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       18 Oct 2017 #275

    Both "C:" and "Image" were turned off. Other than that I can't find a problem.

    Anybody know if this update fixed whatever the Oct 10 update did to the sleep/wake process?
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  7.    18 Oct 2017 #276

    davidhk said: View Post
    The member I initially replied to has build 16299.15 installed. System Protection is turned off.
    It does not apply to build 16299.19.



    ****adding....... My replies were based on what had happened to me today.
    I installed build 16299.15. System Protection was turned off.
    A few hours later, I checked the Windows Update , found KB4043961, installed build16299.19. System Protect remined active.
    Perhaps the way this works is kind of random. I remember when I upgraded to Creators, after the update, System restore was disabled and all System restore points were deleted. With this update, all points got deleted but a new point was created before installing 16299.19.

    Bo
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       18 Oct 2017 #277

    Brilliant! I've just found a new way to get rid of the 'Windows.old' file which is a lot faster than Disk Cleanup....

    Settings/System/Storage/Storage Sense/Change how we free up space

    Although it tells you it will delete it after 10 days automatically! If this was available before I never noticed it.
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  9.    18 Oct 2017 #278

    Steve C said: View Post
    Indeed - I like being one release behind to give MS chance to iron out the worst of the bugs. I just updated to the CU :)
    Except it does not work like that - many existing bugs in CU are now fixed in FCU.
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  10.    18 Oct 2017 #279

    Debbie said: View Post
    Brilliant! I've just found a new way to get rid of the 'Windows.old' file which is a lot faster than Disk Cleanup....

    Settings/System/Storage/Storage Sense/Change how we free up space

    Although it tells you it will delete it after 10 days automatically! If this was available before I never noticed it.
    Storage Sense was there before. I'm looking at it right now on my non updated desktop....

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    And I know it was there when I bought my Lenovo Laptop in June, before the spring/summer Creator update. What has been added to "Windows Settings" is......

    Cortana - where you can set language and permissions, and Phone.
    Phone - Where you can link your Android or iPhone device to PC
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