1. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    I understood, but because of that limitation, i assume it won't be supported to keep the apps in general:)
     
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    MS_User MDL Guru

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    same build different version makes no sense.
     
  3. oilernut

    oilernut MDL Senior Member

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  4. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    What is this 8 GB NTFS PortableBaseLayer partition that shows up on Disk Management? Is it related to Sandbox (which isn't even working)?
     
  6. gdeliana

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    I think i will stick with 1809. I think 1903 has severe issues with kernel and driver interaction, something is off, don't know exactly what, but it feels more sluggish the entire experience. And my laptop is from 2018 with new HW and ssd drives.

    I think microsoft has this wrong by doing constantly featuer updates like this. They should really move back to windows 7 update cycle, much more robust experience.
     
  7. slayer62

    slayer62 MDL Junior Member

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    That is exactly related to the weird ntoskrnl.exe dpc latency issues this build has still but god forbid you bring it up trolls from near and far come and laugh at you for using such a specific tool to check dpc latency which apparently is frowned upon here. But in all seriousness run LatencyMon and see if ntoskrnl.exe is spiking to 800+. If so welcome to the club no one wants to be in with 1903.
     
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    bfoos MDL Guide Dog

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    Yes it is indeed related to Windows Sandbox. Disabling Sandbox will get rid of it.
     
  10. ols

    ols MDL Novice

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    :D phew, the third time was the good one.
    update done successfully, by the updated wizard and not by the update iso:(
     
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    600415 MDL Member

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    Shouldn't they be releasing a CU for 19H2 now?
     
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    don't think so, because is an Insider Preview build, and I guess they will release a new build later as CU.
     
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  14. abbodi1406

    abbodi1406 MDL KB0000001

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    Slow Ring builds used to get security updates
     
  15. rodrigo.dc.vieira

    rodrigo.dc.vieira MDL Novice

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    one more update without the correction for the sandbox in other languages !!! Amazing how MS still has not solved it !!
     
  16. farmers

    farmers MDL Member

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    I must confess I've found simple things like opening File Explorer very laggy at times (sometimes instantaneous, sometimes 5-10 seconds just to open it). I've reinstalled, tried various Antiviruses, all seemingly no difference.
     
  17. Enthousiast

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    Must be something local, never experienced any lag opening explorer.
     
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