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ayryq:
Just finished my installation on a second computer, and once again, File Explorer jump lists don't work, this time except for network shares. :huh:
-ayryq (July 29, 2015, 11:19 AM)
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Do they appear and clicking them doesn't do anything, or do they not appear at all?

Are they customized (you manually added something to the jump list) or are they the ones that are automatically added to the jump list?
-Deozaan (July 29, 2015, 11:31 AM)
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They appear - on my desktop with "Insider" installation, I created them manually, and on my laptop which I just upgraded, they were transferred from Windows 8 (where I created them manually). Clicking them dismisses the jump list and does nothing else at all. Same applies for "Recent" items which are correctly populated but don't actually open if I click them. The exception (on both computers) is the "This PC" item, and any pinned network shares (NOT network folders, only the root share) which all work consistently. I've tried removing and re-adding all the jump list items, and removing the pinned File Explorer icon, in various combinations, which has done nothing.

Deozaan:
Has anyone successfully upgraded through Windows Update? I got over 75% of the way through the upgrade process (to the "configuring settings" part of it) and then my computer rebooted and said "restoring to your previous version of Windows" and now I'm on Windows 7 again.

ayryq:
Has anyone successfully upgraded through Windows Update? I got over 75% of the way through the upgrade process (to the "configuring settings" part of it) and then my computer rebooted and said "restoring to your previous version of Windows" and now I'm on Windows 7 again.
-Deozaan (July 29, 2015, 12:19 PM)
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I have, on a laptop running 8.1 - using it now.

Stoic Joker:
I got tired of waiting and downloaded the ISOs from the MSDN. so I'm posting from Windows 10 tablet while I wait for workstation to finish.

Deozaan:
By the way, Windows 10 seems to come with P2P updates built in. I'm not sure if the default is to have you serve downloads for other users over the internet or if I changed the setting to use the internet sometime when I didn't realize what it means, but...

Windows 10 Announced

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