Windows 10: Where did this thing in Settings app come from?

Discus and support Where did this thing in Settings app come from? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Today I noticed that there was a new video on the right side of the screen in Windows Update, above "What's New". This wasn't there yesterday. I... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by trashbag, Aug 10, 2018.

  1. trashbag Win User

    Where did this thing in Settings app come from?


    Today I noticed that there was a new video on the right side of the screen in Windows Update, above "What's New". This wasn't there yesterday. I haven't gotten any updates since last month, so why did this pop up all of a sudden?

    https://i.imgur.com/Pzbe3oY.png

    I know that there are other similar videos in Settings, such as in Notifications & Actions under System, but I still dunno why this one just appeared out of nowhere. I have pretty much everything in ContentDeliveryManager disabled as well.

    :)
     
    trashbag, Aug 10, 2018
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  2. Johan45 Win User

    AMD FX OC'ers Club

    That's what the auto setting will do since you're over the 1333 mark it jumps to the next step which isn't listed or officially supported I assume by that ram.

    At this point though I would suggest dropping the multi one step or .5 so that we can get something stable and possibly take the heat issue out of the picture for now.
     
    Johan45, Aug 10, 2018
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  3. Sasqui Win User
    Overclocking / Undervolting guide for Vega 56 or 64?

    Here's a quick laundry list:

    List of software to use for overclocking and testing
    Examples:
    Wattman (and how to find and use it, like an overview, including profiles)
    Unigine Valley or Heaven (use this for quick testing while changing settings in Wattman and checking for stability / artifacts) ...just suggesting this
    How to monitor cores / mem speeds and temps during testing (I've seen screen overlays, and others using GPUz)

    Step-by step overclocking in Wattman
    Fan speeds
    Power limit
    Temp limit
    Voltages
    Core speeds
    Memory speeds
     
    Sasqui, Aug 10, 2018
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  4. Brink Win User

    Where did this thing in Settings app come from?

    Mail app will not open on 10041.


    Hello Adam,

    This is the suggested solution below if you haven't already tried it. *Smile

    In this Windows 10 build 10041, the Mail, Calendar, and People apps may be broken due to a licensing issue with the Store Beta. To get these apps working again, you need to follow these steps:

    • Open powershell as administrator
    • Run the command Get-appxprovisionedpackage –online | where-object {$_.packagename –like “*windowscommunicationsapps*”} | remove-appxprovisionedpackage –online
    • Re-install Mail, People and Calendar from the Store (green tile)
     
    Brink, Aug 10, 2018
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