[DISCUSSION] Win 10 Insider Preview Build 18362.100XX 19H2 (PC) [SLOW - 19h1_release_svc_19h2_rel]

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  1. endbase

    endbase MDL Guru

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    Not yet I guess installed it and there is at wu a notification about missing important update that it would not fetch :p
     
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  2. endbase

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    Same here
     
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  3. wavemaster76

    wavemaster76 MDL Member

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    Lol I thought that they didn’t release 18362.100XX releases anymore.... but 18362.10019 got released
     
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  4. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    RTM? it's a SSU/CU combination. afawk atm.
     
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  5. RanCorX2

    RanCorX2 MDL Addicted

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    what's the deal with 18362.100XX and 18363.XXX ? what is the newest ?
     
  6. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    18363.xxx = RP ring
    18362.100xx = SLOW ring
     
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  7. RanCorX2

    RanCorX2 MDL Addicted

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    thanks.
     
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    Mine went away this morning.
     
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  10. maddogster

    maddogster MDL Member

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    difference is latest 19h2 is the 10019 and the 18363.xxx is still 1903 but the flipside of 19h2 testing for future upgrade to 1909 but i probably consider them both the same as i am not using any new features or have much hope for 1909 until 20h1 anyways :) stability and speed with optimization for hardware with OS is what i look for on any fairly new machine
     
  11. EaglePC

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    i'm real liking 18362.10019 reason they handle CPU cores a lot better especially with my 12 core CPU which i don't see it in 18363.329

    so what will it be MS September /October update RTM 18362.xxxx or 18363.xxx ?
     
  12. bfoos

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    It'll be a 18363 build with whatever features and fixes from the 18362.100xx builds they decide to include.
     
  13. maddogster

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    it will be 1909 :) but yes 18363.xxx; yes i agree when OS optimizes cpu/gpu cores, memory, i/o pipes and different types of storage mainly ssd and allows us control over utilizing those whether in upcoming powertoys, ms utilities, third party utilities or intel/hardware maker utilities will be another option going forward similar to how servers and enterprise software and workloads can be controlled
     
  14. endbase

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    #275 endbase, Sep 7, 2019
    Last edited: Sep 7, 2019
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  15. BlackScout

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    May you elaborate on the improvements? What kinds of applications or tasks seem to have benefited the most?

    Any numbers? Benchmarks? What's your CPU Model?
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    I haven't noticed anything major myself. But I have a 4 Core / 4 Thread CPU, so I guess that's why.
     
  16. deadock

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    My guess is that the updated CPU scheduler is for Ryzen 3000 CPU. I Also noticed some improvements with 19h2 (since 10013) on my r5 3600 compared to 1903.
     
  17. EaglePC

    EaglePC MDL Senior Member

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    i9-9940X seems the cores start at 0 running applications instead of using 2 cores 4 and 7 on previous windows
     
  18. endbase

    endbase MDL Guru

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    Dunno man check for yourself ?
     
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