Here is the solution.
I successfully returned to new dashboard after performing this steps:
delete from OS_PROPERTYENTRY where entity_key ='user.features.enabled' OR entity_key ='confluence.user.runtime.recent-changes.size' OR entity_key='confluence.macros.dashboard.selected.tab';
Query OK, 56 rows affected (0.08 sec)
# /etc/init.d/confluence restart
update confluence web page and login again
Just found a solution for my problem.
and then follow section "The default getting-started section" (reset default for global layout).
My first idea was to return to backup and upgrade again but it's not a good idea. I've created support ticked to Atlassian in same time I posted question here. Still waiting for reply from them. I believe this glitch will be fixed in next release.
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