I also had an issue with IE 11 not saving a web page (until restarted) - I think this has been the first time for this to happen. Only occurred once - up till now that is - and could have been a browser crash or related to the page itself.
The "Folders in This PC" hack is modifying system state that is not considered to be user modifiable, and it will therefore be restored anytime that shell32.dll is updated, which is fairly often. For example, KB2926765 from May 13 will restore those settings.
Regarding the install failure, if you zip up the contents of c:\windows\logs\cbs and share it on OneDrive, I will take a look.
Let me know if this works - thanks.
You will need to also include at a minimum the most recent archived copy of the log. It will be named cbspersist_*.log or cbspersist_*.cab
Have you disabled any services, like the "App Readiness" service perhaps?
Code:2014-05-15 06:27:03, Error CSI 00000036@2014/5/15:11:27:03.891 (F) base\appmodel\inboxappinstallerai\appxreg.cpp(87): Error HRESULT_FROM_WIN32(1058) originated in function Windows::WCP::AppXRegistration::BasicInstaller::Install expression: RDSAppXOnlineNotifyPackageChanges( APPCHANGETYPE_INBOX) [gle=0x80004005]
troy - I enabled App Readiness in msconfig and tried updates again and they installed without any problem! You are a genius!
I still have slow boot with App Readiness enabled, so disabled it again - will leave it that way until updates fail again. Really appreciate your help. Thanks so much.
Last edited by JohnBurns; 15 May 2014 at 20:44.