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Aero Glass Experimental Builds for W10 v1803 - Feedback & Bugs

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Thank you! @bigmuscle, for posting your super-timely release of the new experimental build 1303 for W10 v1803 build 17133!

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I'm setting up this page for anyone to post related feedback and/or bugs:
Many of us now have an incentive to upgrade to the latest Spring Creators Update!
I'm looking forward to test-driving this new build very soon!
Many thanks again!  -JT :cool:

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I'm on the new Win10 build 17133. I replaced the previous version DWMGlass.dll with the updated DWMGlass.dll and did regsvr32 on it.
I also deleted the old symbols files and sym_load got me new ones. The aerohost.exe seems untouchable, but does not appear to load on startup for me like it used to.
Am I doing something wrong? Should I just wait until a full and installable release?

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15 hours ago, netsendjoe said:

I'm on the new Win10 build 17133. I replaced the previous version DWMGlass.dll with the updated DWMGlass.dll and did regsvr32 on it.
I also deleted the old symbols files and sym_load got me new ones. The aerohost.exe seems untouchable, but does not appear to load on startup for me like it used to.
Am I doing something wrong? Should I just wait until a full and installable release?

I find that major windows updates usually break windows.  I usually uninstall them before doing the update, then reinstall it (Even though its broke) and immediately copy/paste the dwmglass.dll file over top (right after I've installed it).

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On 4/12/2018 at 9:42 AM, netsendjoe said:

I'm on the new Win10 build 17133. I replaced the previous version DWMGlass.dll with the updated DWMGlass.dll and did regsvr32 on it.
I also deleted the old symbols files and sym_load got me new ones. The aerohost.exe seems untouchable, but does not appear to load on startup for me like it used to.
Am I doing something wrong? Should I just wait until a full and installable release?

Check task scheduler to see if it is still  in there.

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Looks Like Microsoft has now bumped/pushed another W10 v1803 build 17134.  Apparently, this build is the expected new Release Candidate and is identical to 17133 except that it fixes a particular BSOD crashing issue. Fast ring Insiders have the new build now, and it should trickle out to Slow and Release Preview rings shortly.

@bigmuscle Can you let us know if the latest AeroGlass experimental build v1303 is still valid for this new build?

-JT

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On 4/18/2018 at 6:42 PM, dhjohns said:

The experimental build works for 17134 as it does for 17133.

Thanks! :cool:  How well is it working for you? @dhjohns

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7 hours ago, JTB3 said:

Thanks! :cool:  How well is it working for you? @dhjohns

I guess it works fine.  I just booted into 17134 to see if it worked, but I don't use that build.  I always use RS5.

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