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NoelC

Windows 10 Regressions

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NoelC    1,364

At this point I don't know the detail of what's sending it into these conditions, and it miffs me that I can find no log or error message that describes what went wrong.  It may be there, but to be honest I've grown weary of trying to make Windows 10 work right (and by right I mean with the configuration and disabled parts I want).  Every new version that comes out I decide I don't want it on my actual hardware, so I think for now I'll just ignore this and continue to run .520 or whatever it is stuck at for testing and whatnot.  They have a few more years to make it attractive enough to adopt in place of my Win 8.1 setup, which still works quite well.

-Noel

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Tripredacus    286

Lack of error logging (actual regressions) is one thing I do not like about Windows 10. One example is the change in OOBE made it so half of that phase is not logged into the setupact.log in Panther or UnattendGC anymore, making it impossible to troubleshoot some first-time boot scenarios.

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BudwS    94

Windows Update should not start even if a user is not logged on.  Update should be controlled by a user.  User control/security of computer is asserted by power down of computer.  It seems the only way to stop invasive software.  But then, if it is powered down, why do you need it?

Just a dedicated test computer for Win 10.

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