Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Feb 12, 2020.
This should answer your question
My mistake, I hadn't realized people were running it on hardware
I feel like I've read conflicting info on MS's blog, are the current rs_prerelease builds essentially a merging of skip ahead & fast ring for 20H1, or just a development branch tied to no specific release?
20H1 builds are in now in the VB_RELEASE branch. It has already been signed off at 19041.1, and already has a couple cumulative updates released for it.
RS_PRERELEASE builds are no longer tied to any particular release of Windows 10. They're pretty much an independent test build coming straight from a development branch where all 100+ internal branches are release integrated (RI) into, getting your hands on the freshest code from Microsoft engineers. This means that you'll start to see features for future releases of Windows 10 that may not even ship in production builds.
Right now, the features from the RS_PRERELEASE branch is NOT guaranteed to be in the next release of Windows 10 which is 20H2. If a particular feature is coming to 20H2, it'll be clearly stated in the blog post. This has been already said by Brandon LeBlanc on Twitter.
That's exactly how one of the insider blog posts described it, but docs on the "ring" system seems to be outdated (or maybe I'm just misunderstanding them). Never really considered MS to have a rolling release, but it makes sense for dev use. Thanks for the succinct info!
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"Work week" already exist in the old calendar.
It was nice to print the yearly calendar.
Maybe there is a way to return it in the calendar settings ? I don't have this calendar to check.
yearly calendar is useful.
Go to Task Manager and make sure no instances of OneDrive are running, if so, then end them.
In File Explorer, navigate to “C:\Users%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\OneDrive\logs” (without quotes) and delete all folders in the logs directory (Business, Common, Personal, etc…).
Run OneDrive and the problem should be fixed.
Note: This is only a temporary solution so you may need to repeat the process after a start up/restart.
what problem are you talking about???
Today, after 01 pm at Redmond time, build 19569 will probably be given.
So, i have time to go out and get some takeout food?
And I have time for a nap!
a bit early dont u think
Three hours of sleep make me wobbly
This worked for me. Other that need to close is "FileCoAuth.exe".
That was a good night sleep, were is the new build?