It doesn't seem to run on older OS
it does. grab the appx link from Store via HTTP proxy, download the appx and expand the appx. now run in (like my in Windows 8.1). you only need to replace the ext.dll from 17134 SDK, the inbox dll was not working on Win7/8.
@JorgeNovillo: where can we get the EnergyEstimationEngine.wprp and EnergyEstimationEngine.wpaProfile that are mentioned in all guides?
the nt!TRIAGE_9F_POWER data are NOT part of public symbols. So at bugchecks with 0x4 as parameter 1 we normal users are lost
are the new commands !blackboxbsd and !blackboxpnp helpful for this bugcheck?
@JamesMontemagno, Any update on the timing of Visual Studio project templates for .NET Standard libraries in Xamarin cross-platform projects?
the 15.5 update is now released as stable. so update VS2017 to get it:
Any update on the timing of Visual Studio project templates for .NET Standard libraries in Xamarin cross-platform projects?
wait for VS2017 15.5 update:
and for Windows 2012...
it works there, too. I got the appx link, downloaded the appx, extracted the appx and can run it on any system with at least .net 4.6.x
@MagicAndre1981: cause is that the Microsoft.Performance.Shell.dll is compiled for x64 (when I open it in JustDecompile) which can't be used on 32Bit Windows 10.
in Germany the app is now up in store, but the version crashes for me at startup (BadImageFormatException) on 32bit Windows 10 v1607 on my Toshiba encore 8 tablet.
Active Memory dump was available since first Win10 Preview in october 2014, not Win10 AU v1607 :S
SMB1 is on by default in Windows 10 pro checked several machines even some with this week build.Think it be turned off due to the security issue it brings.
this will done in Win10 v1709 (RS3) (currently in Insider Program)
@Naor Christensen: run !pde.help to get the list of commands