Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by Extraordinary, Mar 28, 2019.
Thats beautiful mate
That is what internal testing is for. Not the public guinea pigs.
18362.295 released today
Didn't have any issues here, thank god!
Looks like it's safe to jump on the 1903 bandwagon knowing that the DPC issue has been fixed.
Update (1): no problems during the update, but my start menu didn't want to open (a restart may be required)... (bug)
Update (2): i've enabled "show recently used files", but nothing shows up (windows settings overriding the folder settings)... (bug)
Update (3): not able to open my audio settings (right click on your audio symbol on your taskbar -> audio settings -> sound control panel)... (workaround)
Update (4): the start menu only shows square tiles by default (windows settings again overriding my folder settings)... (bug)
Update (5): DDU came to my rescue, many thanks to the developers (AMD drivers being a pain in the ass)... (bug)
Update (6): night lighting stops working after changing the slider (another restart may be required)... (bug)
Update (7): it's already enabled, but night lighting stops working when unlocking my pc (have to cycle through the button)... (bug)
Update (8): all of my old backup files and folders are for some reason sorted by "group" by default (right click in your folders and sort your files by "none")... (bug)
Update (9): i want to postpone upgrades for 365 days, but now it's mandatory after 35 days (linux might be the answer for me)... (workaround)
A lot of new shenanigans, but I was able to work through most of them.
Windows 10 Pro (x64) 1903-18362.295
relativity speaking? it also safe to matador so long as you know what you doing, till you get tramped by it even if this a bad analogy