June 20 2019 - After a recent Microsoft update, the Gaming Services app is no longer installed with the Xbox Beta app, so you can use it again. However, if you had an older version, Gaming Services is no longer uninstalling when the Xbox apps are uninstalled. To remove Gaming Services, open an Administrator PowerShell and enter:
Get-AppxPackage Microsoft.GamingServices | Remove-AppxPackage
June 18 2019 - Xbox - Beta app can cause Blue Screens and Hangs if the gaming services app is present. We are working on a fix. This issue can be worked around by uninstalling all Xbox apps and rebooting. You can then reinstall the non-beta Xbox app.
June 15 2019 - Windows recently introduced their 1903 (19H1) update. Some users have experienced issues with our driver when upgrading to this version. We are addressing the issue and will be releasing our own update that will resolve these instabilities.
Jan 7 2019 - We have seen issues with certain NVMe drives. If you are tiering an NVMe drive, to prevent possible issues with blue screens or hangs, please use the NVMe driver from your manufacturer, if one is available. See Trouble Shooting FuzeDrive Operation/Performance
April 16 2019 - A disk drive that was formerly part of a non-bootable or MBR bootable FuzeDrive will not be visible in Windows setup if the FuzeDrive was not deleted. See Cleaning Drives During a Windows Setup
April 16 2019 - After reinstalling on a disk drive that was formerly part of a UEFI bootable FuzeDrive without cleaning the disk as described in the link referenced above, you may be informed that you cannot create a second FuzeDrive. This is because there is still stale metadata from the previous tier. Open an Administrator PowerShell or command prompt and enter:
ecmd --delete_all Note: Be careful with this command, as it will destroy a working tier and the data on it.
April 16 2019 - If in MBR / Legacy boot mode you will be limited to 2TB. See Dealing With Legacy Boot Drives and the 2TB Limit