Windows 10: 14352 never resumes from sleep

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  1.    03 Jun 2016 #11

    I did and I don't regret it.

    I am having fun playing with the Ubuntu bash thing and I would not go back to 10586 if you paid me. The new builds are just better than the old November update in many ways.

    I do my work in a Hyper-V VM (which is still on 10586 as I use Cisco VPN to connect to clients which doesn't seem to work yet on latest build) and as long as that works I'm happy. There was a build a couple of months ago that screwed up Hyper-V networking but recently it has been absolutely fine.

    I think a reinstall will get rid of the resume from sleep issue but really if I'm testing insider build I have to use it all the time. If I just installed them in a VM I would not know if I covered what I do (if you see what I mean).
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       03 Jun 2016 #12

    lx07 said: View Post
    I did and I don't regret it.

    I am having fun playing with the Ubuntu bash thing and I would not go back to 10586 if you paid me. The new builds are just better than the old November update in many ways.

    I do my work in a Hyper-V VM (which is still on 10586 as I use Cisco VPN to connect to clients which doesn't seem to work yet on latest build) and as long as that works I'm happy. There was a build a couple of months ago that screwed up Hyper-V networking but recently it has been absolutely fine.

    I think a reinstall will get rid of the resume from sleep issue but really if I'm testing insider build I have to use it all the time. If I just installed them in a VM I would not know if I covered what I do (if you see what I mean).
    Yep, I too am using the Insider Builds for my day-to-day work; however, I save all data to an external drive, which makes it much less dangerous to use.

    I also have a dual boot system with the Insider Builds and 10586 Retail. I seldom go to 10586 except to occasionally check for cumulative updates.
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  3.    03 Jun 2016 #13

    lx07 said: View Post
    I should do that, I know. Unfortunately I got a bit carried away and upgraded my main PC to insider build (I thought it was stable and mostly it is). I'm too lazy to do a clean install today - perhaps over the weekend. It has been 6 months so it is due for a refresh anyway - I think you are correct

    Wynona said: View Post
    Yep, I too am using the Insider Builds for my day-to-day work; however, I save all data to an external drive, which makes it much less dangerous to use.

    I also have a dual boot system with the Insider Builds and 10586 Retail. I seldom go to 10586 except to occasionally check for cumulative updates.
    Pretty much the same with me But it is main "home" computer. I'm with enterprise on work and should deal with admin to get to insider.
    It is more than 6 months of upgrades here in I've been thinking of it since last build.
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