10130 is available for PC's

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  1. surfaceproartist

    surfaceproartist Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    @cliffr39 I haven't seen brightness issues, but I can't get magnification changes to stick. Reverts to 175% no matter what I try.
     
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    JoeS I'm all ears Senior Member

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    I finally figured out the reason why they got rid of the Charms bar: it's so they could remap WinKey-C to Cortana.
     
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    No, it's not updating incrementally like that. Each new build is a complete new install of windows. But yes, I updated after reverting to 8.1, and then again immediately after installing 10130.
     
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    JoeS I'm all ears Senior Member

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    Unrelated to this build, but I posted my solution to the Win10 UI issues on answers.microsoft.com. As long as the default settings are desktop user friendly I think this would appease most people without confusing new users.

    Edit: and now you can discuss it on Windows Central.

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    Seriously, every day I find something that reminds me how ridiculously broken things are right now.

    Apparently Windows 10 lies to you about Bitlocker Recovery Keys. If you think you've saved your Windows 10 Bitlocker Recovery Key to OneDrive, think again. Despite the fact it tells you it was successful, it doesn't actually work. Because of that, make sure to save your Recovery Key to another source if you plan on using Bitlocker.
     
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    jnjroach Technology Strategist Super Moderator

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    Those of you who are having the Notification Center Not Opening Bug, it appears to be caused by High DPI Scaling, I switched my SP3 to 100% DPI and now works consistently.
     
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    jnjroach Technology Strategist Super Moderator

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    Today's update fixes the issue so I'm back to 150% DPI....
     
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    Can't remember who was upset about the Windows 10 Mail app not supporting printing, but after today's app update it does.
     
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    It was probably me.

    Does it support the printing of a single page, or range of pages yet? That's something that Metro Mail has never been able to do since Windows 8 was introduced. Needless to say, I've complained until blue in the face without any noticeable result so far. At least Metro IE finally got it introduced, but now the Project Spartan team has removed it again.

    I'd love to be able to test this for myself, but the print function on my Mail just produces a print window with spinning dots and the plaintive message that "Nothing was sent to print. Open a document and print again". Sigh.
     
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    Here's what I see trying to print.
     

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