1. activated windows spotlight, no pictures changed;
2. when win+L manually locked screen, cannot login anymore, just reboot(happened occasionally）;
3. installer with uac enabled, cannot load, just click second time;
nerdgeek I would start with
I would install windows again - clean install.
Sometimes in the first install of new OS (even new rtm build is new OS) there are weird bugs.
Has there ever been a Microsoft product that was without bugs?
I just finished my totally awesome count of six upgrades using the anniversary update and all went very smoothly. Aside from not being able to bypass the lock screen, yet, it's proven itself to just be another aggravating OS like all the rest. Privacy setting were reset to Microsoft's default in many cases, but I was expecting that.
Lots of new things to have to consider and many old things are in new locations. In short ... business as usual in the upgrade business.
They’ll rarely change what needed changing, they prefer to change what was good to start with.
Actually, there haven’t been any changes to my privacy settings, but I only used the on-board facilities for doing them. So I guess, and its only a guess, that those who experienced resetting of their changes used registry hacks and third party tools for carrying them out, and probably implementing more than what’s doable by Settings/Control Panel alone.
It was easy to see what was changed since I turned EVERYTHING off that was related to privacy, sharing, connecting and etc. My philosophy is turn it off until you need it. Apparently Microsoft knows more about what I need than I do.
Some issues I've experienced so far:
- Start menu: When you setup an application, like VLC, for example, and the installer creates a shortcut in the Start menu, sometimes it does not work immediately (clicking it has no effect). It works after a reboot.
- Edge: Sometimes "Close all tabs" on exit does not work. The dialog just disappears and Edge keeps running.
Apart from that, it runs pretty stable. I just had to realize again what a hell lot of work it is to configure the Windows 10 image the way I want. Their release cadence is too fast IMO. Once a year would be enough.