Anniversary - Upgrade Y/N?

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  1. thatcomicsguy

    thatcomicsguy Pen Pro - Senior Member Senior Member

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    Hm.

    But stylus and touch screen workings...

    If I upgrade, what changes can I expect to see?

    For instance, I find at the moment, when I go to engage touch screen stuff, (rotating, pinch zooming in Clip Studio), that there's a pause enough to make the first try never work. Is that different now?

    How about stylus glitching? -Sometimes when I go to draw, instead of appearing under the nib, the line will start several inches away where my finger might have brushed the screen. Has that sort of thing been given any attention?

    That's the only reason I'd consider blowing a day (or possibly more) installing AU, -and possibly risking the system lock up problems some people were reporting.
     
  2. messiah

    messiah Scribbler - Standard Member

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    U can try the the lite version 1607 by sasnet for desktop and old laptops . I am using it now. It lacks some built in win 10 functions like reset and storage spaces but works fine without the bloatware. App store works. Ms office works.


    http://www.sasnet.eu/2016/08/Micros...-Cleaned-By-SasNet-torrent-free-download.html

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    messiah Scribbler - Standard Member

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    I have the full official win 10 installed on my Asus vivo Tablet. The symptoms u describe are still there but lesser.
    Apparently its something to do with how flash storage devices work..
    However the symptoms are still there even in the desktop win 10 which I recently installed. However I followed his steps and it was cured : http://www.nxhut.com/2015/01/storah...howComment=1481550040187#c7280686118448047243

    Have not tried on my tablet. Will do so soon.


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    surfaceproartist Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Hmmm. Those are definitely not common behaviors. Maybe it's your i3 straining under the work load or it could be something hardware specific.


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    Check my post above yours. Yeah its something to do with how Windows 10 works with storage devices.

    Check that link I gave.


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  6. Marty

    Marty Pen Pro - Senior Member Senior Member

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    Um, I would really caution against installing that custom build on a tablet. From the link, you can see several key services removed: Tablet PC component and the Pen & Ink component. Both are critical for a properly functioning Windows tablet.

    If you really want to remove some of the default features, I would recommend examining disabling items in the "services.msc" config panel or turning off non-essential features in "Add/Remove Windows Features".

    If you really want an easier "simplified" tool for this, you could try Ultimate Windows Tweaker.

    Generally all changes made in the above methods are reversible, so there's no risk of toasting your work install.
     
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    messiah Scribbler - Standard Member

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    Well I stated that this build is for desktops and not tablets.


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    I'll give that a shot when I'm not in the middle of deadline chasing. Later today.

    Glad there's a thread to pull on! It would be brilliant if I could solve some of this stuff without a major overhaul.


    I really don't think it's an i3 straining issue. I've honestly found no real instances of noticeable slow-downs for any of the crunch-heavy tasks I perform, (I kinda suspect the divisions between core speeds are largely a price-point cosmetic anyway -for most users at least-), and I think with a UI interface task, especially one driven on dedicated chipsets, that Intel's CPU limits should have little to do with it.

    In the past, people were trying to kill stroke lag and such on the old Win XP machines by upping their CPU power, when it was only ever a matter of driver conflicts and un-tweaked settings.

    I'm betting (hoping) it's something similar now.
     
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    Actually my desktop is only core 2 duo. It can run Windows 10 well.



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  10. Azzart

    Azzart Late night illustrator Senior Member

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    Never had those kind of problems on my machines.
     
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