Windows 10 Announced - Released 29-Jul-2015

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  1. plat1098

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    Hey Krusty: I should have explicitly stated what I tried, which included dism/restorehealth and wsreset via elevated cmd. Also, the two powershell routines I found here. Both failed stating "the packages could not be installed becauses the resources it modifies are currently in use." Also tried toggling the Live Tile setting in the Store app off and on, going to various sections in the Store, resizing, and did I leave anything out? I don't think it's worth resetting the entire Windows but I remember that did incidentally fix it in a previous Windows version. I'll keep looking around. Does anyone's Store live tile work in 1903? My News, Photos and Weather ones do.
     
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    Is it allowed to run in the background in Settings... Privacy... Background apps?
     
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    Question to those having Macrium Reflect installed:
    Is it required to disable Windows Boot Menu before the 1903 upgrade?
     
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    I didn't.
    I never thought about doing that actually, but it seems to have worked out okay :thumb:
     
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    Thanks @stapp
    I thought so but wasn't completely sure due to several reboots during the upgrade. Better to be sure than sore. :)
     
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    Thank you, stapp, I checked and yes, it's allowed to run in the background. So is was Microsoft Solitaire, I found out, so be off, yon scoundrel! :cautious: Again, if anyone knows of a registry fix or something to modify in a Microsoft folder, please share. I'll keep checking in a search now and then.
     
  7. stapp

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    Just as another thing to try (we have to keep you busy!!) have you tried the Troubleshooter for Store Apps in Settings.. Win Updates..troubleshooter?
    Or even make a new local account, boot into it, and see if tile works there. You can always delete the account afterwards.
     
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    Error attempting to update with external USB device or memory card attached (Last updated: June 11, 2019 12:34 PM PT)
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/release-information/status-windows-10-1903#490msgdesc
     
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    Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 18912 available now! June 12, 2019
     
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  12. plat1098

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    OK, stapp, this is a good idea, creating another acct. I created a Standard test account, thinking for sure the Store tile would go live, and it did not. Wow! My Store tile is dead beyond resurrection. :'( Well, it's not a big deal, just an irritant since everything else works perfectly, it seems. An sfc /scannow was negative. I'm confident a clean-install would fix it, or maybe it'll mysteriously fix itself.

    Thanks for advice. :thumb: I'll keep looking and if something comes up, I'll post it.
     
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    Has anyone had an issue with printing from Edge since upgrade to 1903 by chance?
     
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    Can everyone change their mouse size and colour in Ease of Access in 1903?
     
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    Working okay here.
     
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    Also working fine on my system.
     
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    It had changed after boot this morning... it must have needed a lie down first :D
     
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    Microsoft: tell us if you want us to build an ad blocker into Edge
    https://www.ghacks.net/2019/06/14/microsoft-tell-us-if-you-want-us-to-build-an-ad-blocker-into-edge/
     
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    Windows 10 Preview Build Reveals ‘Core OS’ Features
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