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Sure, but they will not come and secretly install that stuff as an 'important update', wether I agree or not. Or will they secretly change some settings, just because they know far better than I what I need? I did not even have to join some phony book club and 'register' or 'activate' anything.
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"You mean like from space?"
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Well that's news, didn't want it, need it, but I had to have it. Apart from making Edge/Shelf/What ever the IE's replacment is called my default browser and trying to make me use One Drive I can't see what else has broken? Any body know if in for a supprise?
I've been using CU since it became available, with all subsequent updates. I have no issues to report, except that I think I sometimes notice an almost imperceptible latency when I click on some shortcuts, especially in Edge. But it so brief I am not sure it really happens.
Been using Win10 since the release and also Win10-CU since the release. All good here.
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Ahh the joy of WTF option that MS used to give and the question in your head "This will solve A, but what else will it do" or the famous three disk errors detected met with "Oh No, what doesn't work now", I lost MATLAB that way.
How do you fix it? I've got both my laptops on W10 now and they can't see each other. I'm loathe to turn on the "home network" option because I have no idea what it'll do.
You will probably find that Windows 10 has helpfully set your network on both computers to Public. To change this you have to go Homegroup in Control Panel (found under Windows System) and click on Change Network Location (or whatever it says), this will then force a pop-out from the right asking if you want to make your computer discoverable. You have to say yes. Then just don't continue with the Homegroup setup.
Was much easier when Windows would ask you if you wanted Public, Work or Home network. You will find that you will be set back to Public network after each major Windows 10 update.
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