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I'm getting something similar. Like dhjohns mentioned in an earlier post, it can be triggered by dragging a modern app to the second monitor, although sometimes it seems to happen on its own. After that, bringing up the notification center, volume or network in the tray, or any other modern app -- all of them induce a another crash. Occurs on both a GeForce GTX 750 with the new 5350 drivers (although has been happening for a little while now on previous drivers and previous W10 builds) and also when I switch over to the internal Intel HD4600 graphics integrated into my 4790k. Agreed that this will be a wonderful addition really completing the 'feel' of this OS.