Facepalm: Oh, Microsoft. Why can’t you release an update that doesn’t cause more problems than it fixes? The Redmond’s firm’s latest cumulative update doesn’t just fail to address the recent printer issues—caused by another security fix—but introduces new printer, boot, and Start Menu issues.
In recent months there has been a lot of negativity surrounding the quality control of Windows 10, with updates breaking everything from printers to the Start menu.
Today, Eran Megiddo, Corporate Vice President, Windows and Education, announces a big and surprising change to the leadership of the Insider program. Dona Sarkar, who has been Chief #NinjaCat of the program for three years, is now moving to a new role within Microsoft.
That role is to "lead advocacy for Citizen Developers, especially how they use the Power Platform (Microsoft Flow, PowerApps and Power BI)" which doesn’t exactly sound like a promotion to me.
Someone just doesn't understand 10's new features where hibernation is on steroids now and basically does not shut down apps as it used too unless one disables hibernation and fast start features in the os or in bios as stated by someone else
Hopefully that someone isn't me, as I never mentioned hibernation. Signing out is separate from hibernation.
I found this out last month when I was reinstalling windows on a pc I was selling. I connected to the internet during the install and it refused to let me do a local account. I then attempted to quit and start over without being connected to the internet and it still refused to let me do a local. I had to reinstall windows again, this time not connecting to the internet to get a local account option. Really frustrating.