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I read on a Microsoft blog, that there have been several improvements to Windows Mail. Could an insider tell me if this is in any way significant.?
 
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Can't see anything that knocks my socks off, but.....
IF you give me some idea as to what to look for, I'd be happy to check it out.
OR maybe a link to the blog?
 
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I downloaded 17723 on my insider machine. Downloaded fine but the install was very slow indeed. When it all came up I had to restart to get the conextant sound drivers...a regular thing now.
Updated Chrome to version 68. Laptop running very slowly with copies of a task System Reporting ... running and using 65% cpu between them. These tasks seemed to be part of Chrome. Deleted them and all is well.

A quick look and I could see nothing interesting to me in the build but it does look like the release is close and when it happens I'll give up the Insider thing again I think.
 
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On my Insider machine I started downloading the new build but it is slow, very slow indeed. I have a CPU load of 99% , where Windows Update takes the cake at 55-60% but it still says downloading 2% and does not move on.
Although Network service runs at 45-50Mbps, the disk itself is only at 10Mbps.

Wow, downloading just jumped to 75% and climbing. Wonder what took it so long...
 
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I have experienced that, lately, with the normal cumulative updates (not insiders) I think they have messed up something in the codeing and, although it is downloading, it is not recording it correctly.
 

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