After clean installing Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, some users face a problem where the State Repository Service consumes high CPU usage (anywhere between 20% to 100%) when an external link is clicked in Microsoft Edge. The system may stall for 20-30 seconds and then the link is opened.Read more
The People Bar (“My People” feature) introduced in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update lets you pin your contacts to the taskbar so that you can mail or chat with your contacts by clicking on the taskbar icon. My People lets you pin only a maximum of three contacts to the taskbar, which most users would find to be a big limitation.Read more
Ever since installing the Feature Update to Windows 10 version 1709 (aka Fall Creators Update), when you start the computer and log in (using a PIN, or password), the login screen may reappear, and you may need to log in again. Some users stated that this behavior occurred even when locking and unlocking the workstation.Read more
When viewing a single photo in Windows Photo Viewer and Windows Picture and Fax Viewer (Windows 7), rotating the mouse scroll button used to zoom the image, and most people expected the same with new Photos app in Windows 10.
In early builds of Windows 10, the Photos app included the behavior of scrolling prev/next photos with the mouse wheel. Then in one of the interim builds, the functionality was changed, where mouse wheel started zooming. Some users were not happy with this inconsistency.Read more
OneDrive Files On-Demand helps you access all your files in OneDrive without having to download all of them and use disk space on your device. If you aren’t seeing the Files On-Demand option in OneDrive client’s Settings tab even after installing the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the latest version of OneDrive hasn’t rolled out to you yet. Here’s how to get the latest version of OneDrive.Read more
Microsoft will start pushing the Fall Creators Update from October 17, which is two days from now. Just because Microsoft releases a Feature Update, it doesn’t mean it won’t cause any issues on your computer.Read more
Windows 10 Build 16299 is the final version of Fall Creators Update. A new Microsoft Update KB4046355 for this build seems to remove Windows Media Player. KB4046355 shows up as “FeatureOnDemandMediaPlayer” in the Windows Updates listing.Read more