These days I updated my win 10 to 1709 Fall version. However, a severe error occurs after the update:
ALMOST ALL shortcuts in Start menu have been duplicated as a second copy. For example, if I have Visual Studio installed in D:\Program Files\VS, I will see two shortcuts in Start Menu and one is called "Visual Studio" but points to "C:\Program Files\VS" (there is absolutely nothing) and another is called "Visual Studio (1)" and point to D:\Program Files\VS correctly.
Furthermore, for some software, both two shortcuts work (the one pointing to C:\ will change to D:\ immediately when executed). But for some software, only the one attached with (1) works. And for a few software, neither works. ( In this case, there will be some warning such as "Missing some components").
Since I never hear about the same issue from the people around me. And also none of them are using DOpus. I just doubt.... is it because the explorer replacement of DOups that causes some mess during the win 10 update? Maybe the OS manipulates files via some interface but not supported by DOpus?
I'm so frustrated about this error. I will appreciate it if anyone can tell me the reason.
I chose "replace all folders with DOpus".