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By Richard C.
As topic title says, the setting app itself opens and works fine, however when I ever I try and click "data usage" the app closes silently.
A log is shown of it now workning in reliability, and I've posted it here.
I've tried running dism and it says it found no corruption, I've tried using an alternate user account, and I've tried using the windows update troubleshooter, they all say everything is fine.
Any idea on what to do next?
I wasn't able to find anything useful, in terms of how to hide/remove the File Size and File Type shown under the File name when Windows Explorer is set to Tiles view, any suggestions?
Hi guys, it's been a while.
I'm looking for some information about using Storage Spaces in Windows 10 with USB3 external drives.
At the moment i have 3 HD's storing my Movies and TV series., I do have a bunch of extra USB3 HD's not in use. those 3 HD's contain about 6TB of data.
I'm wondering if it's worth putting all these HD's into a Storage Pool with Parity so if one HD would crash i can recover everything easy. Just as some form of extra security.
I'm aware that this is not the ideal backup situation, or that there are better option by going with a NAS. I'm not interested in that discussion at the moment, they are all to expensive :) I'm just looking for some info from people using Storage Spaces with parity that can confirm that it actually works reliably over time.
Anybody here that has experience with Storage Spaces in Win 10 with USB3 HD's? Please give me your opinion!
Windows 10 WinRT API Pack lets developers add WinRT features to WPF and WinForms
by João Carrasqueira
Last week, Microsoft released .NET Core 3.0 along with a plethora of updates for its developer tools. Now, to go along with that, the company has announced the release of the Windows 10 WinRT API Pack.
Thew new API pack lets developers add features that have typically been exclusive to WinRT (including UWP) apps to WinForms and WPF. These include geolocation, Windows AI, machine learning, the WebView feature for web content, and XAML controls.
The API pack is available as a NuGet package on nuget.org, and it supports Windows 10 version 1803 and above. To add it to your project, you'll first need to set it up to support Package Reference. Then, select the package that applies to the version of Windows 10 you want to target, and you'll be able to use WinRT features in either WPF and WinForms apps.
To see an example of WPF or WinForms app using WinRT features, you can check out Microsoft.Toolkit on GitHub. The toolkit is using controls for features such as WebView, XAML, inking, and geolocation data. You can also download the Windows Community Toolkit Sample App from the Microsoft Store to see the controls in action without getting into the code.
I have never seen this before and I'm waiting to hear from the company that does our imaging software, as well.
We have a blocked inheritance OU for a temporary location during imaging to stop policies from interfering with anything, then they're moved to an OU with basic policies until moved to their final location. This have worked fine for 2 years. I have one cart that started out as two laptops that had issues. I re-imaged them and everything was fine. I needed to do the whole care anyway, so re-imaged those. I held back 3 to finish updates and all 3 of them exhibit the same issue. I can DM the files to someone if the want to see them.
Basically, in the bad one, it has this:D
The good one this:
They are not in that OU any longer, so I don't know why it not pulling the GPOs. It's actually pulling computer GPO, but not User GPOs.
I have tried removing/adding computers to the domain, but nothing changes. I tried deleting the security database from machine and did a GPUDATE /FORCE and nothing changes.
The Block Inheritance flag is only difference in GPRESULT in that section.