Frankly, I think it's awesome that stuff generally works even with the shell crashing most of the time.
Lol... sorta of a backhanded Windows compliment, but yeah, they finally made it work sorta!
A little off topic but they also started to separate the start menu into a separate process now in the May 2019 update, so that should improve stability of both the start menu and explorer crashes.
It has been a while since I brought up this topic
I'm already running on 1903 and... Nope, I can't confirm, that anything got better since the startmenu-process-seperation ^^ (but it has been a while since I found any new problems in 1P7 so thats great )
I hope they beat it in the near future but up to now, it doesn't look like they found the instabilities
Thanks for sharing, @lumarel! Obviously, it would be ideal if these things sorted themselves quickly, but it's a process and I'm at least glad to see if moving forward, even if it's not quite sorting things out for everyone.
how do I stop receiving notifications about this?
Uncheck the star on top;
hmm, oh if it was that simple ..
We'll keep working at it, and I'm sure Microsoft will too. I really enjoy both 1Password 7 and Windows 10, but am always looking forward to new features and improvements.
It's way OT, but I think @mtissington has a point. Threads you participate in are not bookmarked/starred, but you do get notified. I've never turned one off and have bookmarked a few here and there, but I don't think you can mute a thread you participated in.
@mtissington: Then you're receiving notifications based on your preferences:
e.g. "Notify me when people comment on discussions I've participated in." Does that help?
@AlwaysSortaCurious: You're right that you can't mute individual discussions. But you can select which contexts you receive notifications for in your profile -- and where (e.g. email, only in the forum).