Good thing Drivepool is still stable despite so many Windows updates. But if Microsoft had broken the Drivepool with the anniversary update, I would not want to figure out how to convert 17tb pool data to RAID1 setup. Just wanted make sure you guys have not given up on Drivepool.
And actually, I'm using it on two systems with Windows 10 AU, including my desktop system.
And no, we definitely havin't "given up". Though most of the development time has going to StableBit CloudDrive. But as we're nearing completion on that, it should go back to bug fixes and feature additions in all three products.
In fact, there are a number of newer builds that have been released recently for StableBit DrivePool and StableBit Scanner. Including a massive overhaul for the measuring system.