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  1. Posts : 486
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       #221

    I'm still getting two profile pics when it's set to login without a password.
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  2. gregrocker's Avatar
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       #222

    Thanks but I can't get rid of those spacings between the apps even if I try deleting, add Title and delete, try to click the three dots which are on the right side of each. If I move the tiles the spaces persist.

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  3. gzt7d8's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
       #223

    cyberrufus said:
    I'm still getting two profile pics when it's set to login without a password.
    Me too. I wondered if I applied it wrong or what. I saw it in 9879 too.
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  4. gzt7d8's Avatar
    Posts : 318
    Windows 10 Pro
       #224

    One thing I did notice, even though it is not just for this build but the previous one, which is the only other one I've used, is that when you close a Windows App (aka from the Windows Store) it doesn't stay in memory any more: it actually closes it down.

    Thank you!
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  5. AddRAM's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2
       #225

    gzt7d8 said:
    cyberrufus said:
    I'm still getting two profile pics when it's set to login without a password.
    Me too. I wondered if I applied it wrong or what. I saw it in 9879 too.
    Same thing here on the early build, but the last 2 I just switch to the local, do not create a password and it auto logs in and only 1 pic.
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  6. Edwin's Avatar
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    Windows 10
       #226

    gregrocker said:
    Thanks but I can't get rid of those spacings between the apps even if I try deleting, add Title and delete, try to click the three dots which are on the right side of each. If I move the tiles the spaces persist.
    Drag the tile, make sure it leaves the 'group' it's in, if applicable, then drop it close to the desired spot. The three dots are for moving the whole group at once.
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  7. caperjack's Avatar
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    insider build 10586.3 win10 pro 64
       #227

    gregrocker said:
    Thanks but I can't get rid of those spacings between the apps even if I try deleting, add Title and delete, try to click the three dots which are on the right side of each. If I move the tiles the spaces persist.

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    oh those 3 dots , I just typed a name in the box to split the different categories
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  8. Dude's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #228

    AddRAM said:
    gzt7d8 said:
    cyberrufus said:
    I'm still getting two profile pics when it's set to login without a password.
    Me too. I wondered if I applied it wrong or what. I saw it in 9879 too.
    Same thing here on the early build, but the last 2 I just switch to the local, do not create a password and it auto logs in and only 1 pic.
    I have that too, kind of annoying but I can live with it.
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  9. Phone Man's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 1909 64 bit
       #229

    In previous builds I dual booted W10 and W8.1 on same disk and worked OK.
    This time I installed my new SSD, disconnected all other drives and installed W10.
    It did just fine and was able to play with and add a few programs. I then reconnected my other drives so I could dual boot through my Bios. As the two OS had different drive letters when I set it up, everything was looking good.
    Then the sh-t hit the fan. After booting back and forth and accessing the other drives all my drives got corrupted.
    So I deleted W10 and formatted my SSD. Then cleaned up my drives and back to normal.
    I will try again in a few weeks but this time I will unplug the other drives when using W10 and unplug the W10 drive when using W8.1
    This will be a minor PIA but not taking any chances on screwing up my system again.
    I believe someone else mentioned corruption of drives when using W10 and W7.

    Jim
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  10. alphanumeric's Avatar
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    Windows 10 IoT
       #230

    Phone Man said:
    In previous builds I dual booted W10 and W8.1 on same disk and worked OK.
    This time I installed my new SSD, disconnected all other drives and installed W10.
    It did just fine and was able to play with and add a few programs. I then reconnected my other drives so I could dual boot through my Bios. As the two OS had different drive letters when I set it up, everything was looking good.
    Then the sh-t hit the fan. After booting back and forth and accessing the other drives all my drives got corrupted.
    So I deleted W10 and formatted my SSD. Then cleaned up my drives and back to normal.
    I will try again in a few weeks but this time I will unplug the other drives when using W10 and unplug the W10 drive when using W8.1
    This will be a minor PIA but not taking any chances on screwing up my system again.
    I believe someone else mentioned corruption of drives when using W10 and W7.

    Jim
    Similar thing happened to me. Installed 10 on its own drive with my 8.1 drive disconnected. Plugged my Windows 8.1 drive back in and tried to boot from it. I got a "repairing volume" or something similar message. I don't remember the exact wording. It slowly went to 100% and then booted into 8.1 OK. A few reboots latter my Windows 10 install had a BSOD on boot up. It rebooted automatically and then blue screened again. I gave up and booted into 8.1. I then did a clean on the windows 10 drive and unplugged it again. Now I'm back to just 8.1.
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