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  • 20H2 and NVMe SSDs

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      • #2356996
        AskWoody Plus

        I have just moved from 1909 t0 20H2. One of my laptops has a NVMe SSD. I have read Bleeping Computer and it says that at Start|Settings|System|Storage, I should see “Manage disks and volumes” and then I select “Properties” to get additional details. I don’t see that: I see “Manage Storage Spaces” instead. And when I get there, I don’t see “Properties”.

        Can anyone tell me how I can take advantage of this new storage health monitoring feature in 20H2?

      • #2357020

        Unless  read it wrong, the first sentence of the article says:

        Microsoft added storage health monitoring to Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 20226, the latest Windows build available for Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel.

        Are you participating in the Insider Dev Channel? It’s there in my latest Win10 Dev Build 21354.1
        Clicking on it provides the size and health status of each on the partitions/volumes/disks.


        • #2357053
          AskWoody Plus

          I am curious to see what’s there when you click on “Manage Disks and Volumes”. Can you give me a screenshot?

      • #2357043
        AskWoody Plus

        I read it wrong. I speed-read the headline and skipped down to the paragraph with instructions. My bad.

        In making notes earlier about what to expect in 20H2, I believe that I had read somewhere when 20H2 first came out or was nearly ready to come out that this would be in it. Did MS change plans about this for 20H2?

        • #2357046

          It was probably 21H2 you read about.
          21H1 will be another 2004 base with Feature Experience Pack turned on, not a full upgrade.
          The next full upgrade is 21H2.

      • #2357284
        AskWoody MVP

        Any feature in a dev channel insider build may or may not be in the next feature release. The dev channel insider builds are not targeting any specific future feature release. These builds are meant to be a preview of what has reached a point in development that Microsoft wants to expose for reliability, usability, and acceptance.


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