Windows 10: Windows 'Threshold' and cadence: How fast is too fast?

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    Windows 'Threshold' and cadence: How fast is too fast?


    Read more at: Windows 'Threshold' and cadence: How fast is too fast? | ZDNet
     
    Brink, Aug 25, 2014
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  2. That's kind of bloody fast for me. Windows Phone 8.1 just barely got released and the PC side of things is already getting up to version 9. But as usual, Windows Phone 9 will have things that will end up making it to Windows in the next update.

    I'm excited for RT and the merging of that with Windows Phone sans Desktop UI. A Surface 3 with N-Trig technology and full blooded WinRT moderness....yum. *Smile

    The only way I see for making Windows version updating nice enough to the point where upgrade installs aren't so terrible is when the day WinRT rules over Win32. That's ALWAYS been the issue with Windows, the whole backend code that has traditionally been the crux of issues with Windows. WinRT doesn't allow for deep access to system resources and files, only if it's first party like IE. That means less issues cropping up from old programs that have compatibility get broken due to the new OS. Only issue would be drivers.

    :)
     
    Coke Robot, Aug 25, 2014
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  3. Slow startup after Windows 10 Threshold 2 update

    Here the same "Very slow boot" and slow "Login Windows" screen after Threshold 2 update.

    I have a Alienware Area-51 R2 (2014) PC with Windows 10 x64 PRO.

    Before this Threshold 2 update it was all super fast.
     
    DaniëlPlooij, Aug 25, 2014
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  4. Windows 'Threshold' and cadence: How fast is too fast?

    Wacom driver and external monitor(LT1423p)

    Thanks for reply

    That
    link
    is not helping. I tried unistall drive and delete driver(usaly it reinstalls it self after 1s)... Show or hide tool not helping too(it's not working because driver reinstalls to fast).. Also I can't see wacom driver in "uninstall an update" list as
    it was before ‘Threshold 2’ update.

    For now is only one sulution turn off all internet activity or disable windows update. It looks like wacom driver is included to ‘Threshold 2’.
     
    AntanasSkucas, Aug 25, 2014
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    Let's see (ummmm), at this rate we will hit Windows 14 in the fall of 2016, not bad.
     
    Trust_No1, Apr 4, 2018
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