[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16288 (PC) RS3_Release

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Sep 12, 2017.

  1. MrMagic

    MrMagic MDL Guru

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    Only if the big red button runs on iOS :D
     
  2. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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  3. Rearis

    Rearis MDL Member

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    Hey thanks dude, I'm looking foward for the next RTM :yeahyeah:
     
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  5. s1ave77

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    Code:
    [HEADER] CHECKING WINDOWS INSIDER FAST ACTIVE
    
    [  04  ] Architecture: amd64
    
    UUP dump/fetchupd v2.2.1
    
    [  OK  ] Fetching information from the server
    [  OK  ] Checking build information
    [ INFO ] Windows 10 Insider Preview 16291.0 (rs3_release) amd64
    [ WARN ] This build is NOT in the database. It will be saved now.
    [  OK  ] Parsing information to write
    [  OK  ] Writing new build information to the disk
    [  ID  ] a773a289-8aad-46b9-ba3c-5673731bccc5
    
    
    [  05  ] Architecture: x86
    
    UUP dump/fetchupd v2.2.1
    
    [  OK  ] Fetching information from the server
    [  OK  ] Checking build information
    [ INFO ] Windows 10 Insider Preview 16291.0 (rs3_release) x86
    [ WARN ] This build is NOT in the database. It will be saved now.
    [  OK  ] Parsing information to write
    [  OK  ] Writing new build information to the disk
    [  ID  ] f5dfe6d4-9bea-4259-bcc0-04858f992862
    
    
    [  06  ] Architecture: arm64
    
    UUP dump/fetchupd v2.2.1
    
    [  OK  ] Fetching information from the server
    [  OK  ] Checking build information
    [ INFO ] Windows 10 Insider Preview 16291.0 (rs3_release) arm64
    [ WARN ] This build is NOT in the database. It will be saved now.
    [  OK  ] Parsing information to write
    [  OK  ] Writing new build information to the disk
    [  ID  ] 21202532-672f-40fd-9799-2e23fc057cfe
    
     
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  6. beppe_7

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    sorry i am not a benchmark junky i am just talking from real world use. i notice a difference and nothing was broken in my "old install" because my old install is usually a fresh install that's not very old.
     
  7. nicktorn

    nicktorn MDL Member

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    If you notice significant performance improvements then something was off with your old install (likely) or MS has a known severe issue with your specific hardware (less likely), as the performance difference between these builds of Windows is barely outside the realm of margin of error. Using benchmarks to gather data would tell you if you were now getting the level of performance out of your system that you are claiming, what you should typically expect or if you still had some areas to work on.

    Glad you got whatever problem you were having sorted! Remember, if you feel that any current build you are running could use some improvement there are programs and resources out there with info and baseline numbers for you. :)
     
  8. beppe_7

    beppe_7 MDL Junior Member

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    there was nothing wrong with my old install. no offense but i do not need benchmarks for me to see a diff in day to day use.. i can do clean installs with the older build. and it would still be the same. when you are on a build long enough which i do clean installs quite often. i can just tell the newer build is more responsive. my day to day tasks never change. i never said there was a "significant performance" increase. just more snappy from day to day REAL world use. not a benchmark. and that's more important. when you can feel a diff from day to day use from the old build and not some kind of benchmark to tell me my score went up so it must be a faster build.
     
  9. nicktorn

    nicktorn MDL Member

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    If you aren't interested in knowing what you fixed with your old install, that is perfectly acceptable. I concede.
     
  10. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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