I have a new Windows 10 machine at work.
The machine is a brand new Dell Latitude 7490 with Windows 10 installed.
About twice a day I get a popup asking me to go to the Microsoft Store and find the application that will open the file “DCU.Centennial”.
The pop-up says “You will need a new app to open this DCU.Centennial” and suggest going to the Microsoft Store to find the app.
Unfortunately, I cannot get a screenshot of the popup because as soon as I click anywhere on the desktop, the pop-up goes away.
Would this have anything to do with the Dell Command Update process?
The tech team at work says they have seen this on other machines.
Does anyone know what this is and why it is happening and what should be done about it?
Just started getting this today as well, any update?
Confirmed Dell Machines include Latitude 7480 and Latitude 5490 running Win10 Enterprise
Someone suggested that I install the latest update of the Dell Command Update driver from this link
I downloaded and installed the update yesterday and so far I have not seen any popups. That's no guarantee that the problem is fixed because I didn't see the popups on any frequency, but it's a good start.
I will keep you posted.
SAD NEWS, the popup happened again today despite installing the update.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Does anyone know why this is happening, what process is trying to run, what these files "centennial.dcu" are about.
I got this message on computers that I manage.
It appears cause with the last version of Windows 10 (1809), you selected on the board "desinstall this program" on the "DELL Command" icon.
To solve this, go to the control pannel (not the new parameter pannel -this stupid pannel designed for dummies-, the old one from windows 7, / program and features.
Find the program called "DELL Command | Update for Windows 10" and desinstall it.
Then, reboot your computer.
After All, if you want to keep this application, you can reinstall it by downloading it from Dell Support portal.