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Way to go Microsoft

When it come to Honesty you are lower on the pit.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/3104919/windows/microsofts-gi...

Interesting results

charlesd45 wrote:

Windows. Old

http://pages.citebite.com/i5q3p6d1k7vwv

To delete this folder, use the Windows Disk Cleanup tool. On Windows 10, click the Start button, search for “Disk cleanup” in the Start menu, and launch the Disk cleanup application. You can also right-click the C:\ drive in File Explorer, select Properties, and click the “Disk Clean-up” button under the General tab. http://pages.citebite.com/r5x3p6k1i8fwx

I updated 4 PCs manually to the Anniversary Edition and ran the Disk Cleanup yesterday on all four.

On 2 PCs, the entire Windows.old folder and contents were deleted. Well done.

On the other 2 PCs, most files were deleted, but 10 files and 16 folders were left behind. sad And as warned by the links you offered, trying to delete any of the remaining files/folders failed with an error. mad

I also had asked about deleting the Windows10upgrade folder and contents. (I think this folder/files may not be created if you wait for the Anniversary update to be offered through the standard update process, but is created and left in place if you force the Anniversary edition update.) From what I've seen on the web and from my experience deleting the folder/files, I think it's safe to delete this. Note that the MS Disk Cleanup used to remove Windows.old does not touch the Windows10upgrade folder/files.

@ Driver 38

Driver 38 wrote:

When it come to Honesty you are lower on the pit.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/3104919/windows/microsofts-giving-you-just-10-days-now-not-31-to-change-your-mind-about-windows-10.html

You have to wonder why Microsoft is trying so hard and using such unethical tactics in trying to force down our throats Windows 10.

They released the same Windows 10 update patch over a DOZEN times.

http://www.infoworld.com/article/3075480/microsoft-windows/m...

They used the x button which everyone uses in closing a page as a consent in upgrading to Windows 10 !

http://www.pcworld.com/article/3073457/windows/how-microsoft...

Even though July 29th has passed everyone can still get Windows 10

http://www.zdnet.com/article/windows-10-free-upgrade-is-stil...

There's got to be a reason they're trying so hard & with time we shall see. I have a gut feeling that the open bar is about to close.

Drug dealers often do the same, at first they'll give you the crack, smack FREE but we all know what happens after that.....

I'm very disappointed the way Microsoft has played in trying to trick us on numerous occasions in upgrading against our will.

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Grrrrrr.. Windows 10

canuk wrote:

I'm very disappointed the way Microsoft has played in trying to trick us on numerous occasions in upgrading against our will.

From where I sit, it seems most likely to revolve around the push for "Windows As A Service."

Speculation mode on:

I would guess MS wants to have Windows as a service force your files, emails, and other stuff that you would normally store on your computer to be stored, in source, on what I can only imagine will be the MS DATA CLOUD.

This way, MS will likely have the largest searchable database about what is being performed on any machine. To that end, should you have several people within your domicile, business, and it can be granular enough to identify individual user 1 from individual user n.

No, I'm not paranoid, but on the other hand, I really want to keep my data on my hardware and preferably not on a data cloud somewhere.

With that being said, I recognize how incredibly difficult it is to get off the grid, even for just a few minutes.

Speculation mode off:

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Windows Cleanup Files from the Version 1607 Update

CraigW wrote:
charlesd45 wrote:

Windows. Old

http://pages.citebite.com/i5q3p6d1k7vwv

To delete this folder, use the Windows Disk Cleanup tool. On Windows 10, click the Start button, search for “Disk cleanup” in the Start menu, and launch the Disk cleanup application. You can also right-click the C:\ drive in File Explorer, select Properties, and click the “Disk Clean-up” button under the General tab. http://pages.citebite.com/r5x3p6k1i8fwx

I updated 4 PCs manually to the Anniversary Edition and ran the Disk Cleanup yesterday on all four.

On 2 PCs, the entire Windows.old folder and contents were deleted. Well done.

On the other 2 PCs, most files were deleted, but 10 files and 16 folders were left behind. sad And as warned by the links you offered, trying to delete any of the remaining files/folders failed with an error. mad

I also had asked about deleting the Windows10upgrade folder and contents. (I think this folder/files may not be created if you wait for the Anniversary update to be offered through the standard update process, but is created and left in place if you force the Anniversary edition update.) From what I've seen on the web and from my experience deleting the folder/files, I think it's safe to delete this. Note that the MS Disk Cleanup used to remove Windows.old does not touch the Windows10upgrade folder/files.

On my primary computer (with a clean Windows 10 install back in May) I have two files listed in the 'Disc Cleanup' of 'System Files' when it scans for 'Previous Installations' files and 'Windows Update' files, which can be deleted to save hard drive space. Obviously these files were generated from just the Version 1607 Update since the computer has a clean install of Windows 10.

I'm wondering how the size of these two files compare with others that have updated to Version 1607? Here are my two files:
'Previous Windows installation' files: 17.0GB
'Temporary Windows installation' files: 1.04GB

I have not deleted either of these two files. I think I will check daily and see how long these files remain on the computer until they are deleted automatically.

Are your two files (Previous Windows installation & Temporary Windows installation) the same size?

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Too late

koot wrote:

Are your two files (Previous Windows installation & Temporary Windows installation) the same size?

Too late, they're gone.

Do you have a Windows10Upgrade folder as well?

No Windows10Upgrade folder • Windows 10 was a Clean Install

CraigW wrote:
koot wrote:

Are your two files (Previous Windows installation & Temporary Windows installation) the same size?

Too late, they're gone.

Do you have a Windows10Upgrade folder as well?

No Windows10Upgrade file or folder. Windows 10 was a clean install rather than an upgrade from a previous OS.

Maybe someone that hasn't deleted their two files (Previous Windows installation & Temporary Windows installation) will report the size of their two files.

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both of mine are larger

koot wrote:

~snip~

I'm wondering how the size of these two files compare with others that have updated to Version 1607? Here are my two files:

'Previous Windows installation' files: 17.0GB
'Temporary Windows installation' files: 1.04GB

I have not deleted either of these two files. I think I will check daily and see how long these files remain on the computer until they are deleted automatically.

Are your two files (Previous Windows installation & Temporary Windows installation) the same size?

This is from my laptop, Windows 10 Pro.

'Previous Windows installation' files: 19.7GB
'Temporary Windows installation' files: 1.21GB

I'll check the desktop (home version) later

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Interesting! That doesn't surprise me, but I wonder why?

soberbyker wrote:
koot wrote:

~snip~

I'm wondering how the size of these two files compare with others that have updated to Version 1607? Here are my two files:

'Previous Windows installation' files: 17.0GB
'Temporary Windows installation' files: 1.04GB

I have not deleted either of these two files. I think I will check daily and see how long these files remain on the computer until they are deleted automatically.

Are your two files (Previous Windows installation & Temporary Windows installation) the same size?

This is from my laptop, Windows 10 Pro.

'Previous Windows installation' files: 19.7GB
'Temporary Windows installation' files: 1.21GB

I'll check the desktop (home version) later

Interesting! That doesn't surprise me, but I wonder why?

Here is mine ► https://i.imgsafe.org/76ad30e094.jpg

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desktop too

This is from my Desktop, Windows 10 Home.

'Previous Windows installation' files: 26.2GB
'Temporary Windows installation' files: 1.08GB

I'm guessing the "Previous" file is so much larger because the desktop originally had XP on it, then 7, whereas the laptop started with 7. I never went to 8 on either one.

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I find it odd

soberbyker wrote:

This is from my Desktop, Windows 10 Home.

'Previous Windows installation' files: 26.2GB
'Temporary Windows installation' files: 1.08GB

I'm guessing the "Previous" file is so much larger because the desktop originally had XP on it, then 7, whereas the laptop started with 7. I never went to 8 on either one.

Yeah, I'd say you're probably right. However, I find it odd that a clean install of Windows 10 (like mine) still has a 'Previous Windows' file just from the Version 1607 Update...

Are you going to manually delete these files, or will you just wait for them to be deleted automatically?

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deleted the files

koot wrote:

~snip~

Are you going to manually delete these files, or will you just wait for them to be deleted automatically?

I have no intention of looking back, I deleted them on both machines, I was greeted by this both times prior to being deleted:

http://i184.photobucket.com/albums/x101/soberbyker/soberbyke...

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Microsoft email

I wonder if the tinhat folks were right ... or did they just waste good foil on a funny hat?

Got an email from Microsoft outlining updates to their terms of use and privacy statement, don't have the time to read them now.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/servicesagreement/upcoming.a...

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/servicesagreement/faq.aspx

Quote:

updates to the Microsoft Services Agreement will take effect on Septe‍mber 15, 20‍16.

Quote:

We are also updating the Microsoft Privacy Statement. These updates are described on our FAQ page, and are effective as of August 2, 2016.

Humm, August 2nd on the privacy statement, it's August 7th today ... and

Quote:

If you do not agree, you can choose to discontinue using the products and services, and close your Microsoft account before these terms become effective.

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windows 10

got my free upgrade and love it after a few adaptations

I'm so glad

I didn't convert to windows 10! YECH!

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a very small group of people will always see Windows 10 as toxic

BarneyBadass wrote:

I didn't convert to windows 10! YECH!

For a very small group of people, they’ll always see Windows 10 as toxic...or they'll use that as their excuse for not upgrading.

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Going to wait on Anniversary Edition

I am going to wait on updating to the Anniversary Edition until the W10 automatic update process offers it to me. I was a holdout on the update from W7 to W10, not updating until July 21, so I am guessing I won't be offered the Anniversary Edition until my 30 day revert window is past.

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I was an insider

alandb wrote:

I am going to wait on updating to the Anniversary Edition until the W10 automatic update process offers it to me. I was a holdout on the update from W7 to W10, not updating until July 21, so I am guessing I won't be offered the Anniversary Edition until my 30 day revert window is past.

I was an insider so that may be why I was sent the automatic update so early.

It was a very smooth process. Just like all the other automatic updates.

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Your culture will adapt to service us. Resistance is futile!

koot wrote:

For a very small group of people, they’ll always see Windows 10 as toxic...or they'll use that as their excuse for not upgrading.

I'm rather afraid you don't quite understand. It's not that I consider Windows 10 toxic.

Rather it's buried within the language in the agreement that scares the living hell out of me.

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chit chat

better than windows 8

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Updating Now

Updating now to Anniversary edition.

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'Last Version of Windows' • Free Support to 2026 If Wondering

Microsoft last week bolstered its claim that Windows 10 will be its last operating system by extending the OS's support lifetime to 2026.

http://www.computerworld.com/article/3105277/windows-pcs/mic...

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Microsoft has further cleared some of the confusion regarding its imminent Windows 10 release, explaining how following updates will work and how much they’ll cost. Spoiler alert: you’re not going to pay anything for them in the future.

The company will offer users 10 years of support for the operating system, and that’s all FREE OF CHARGE, regardless of how you received your initial Windows 10 update.

http://bgr.com/2015/07/20/windows-10-free-updates-lifecycle-...

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Last MS-DOS meant Windows XP.. Last Windows 10 means ????

My point is that Microsoft announcing that Windows 10 is the last WIndows version just means it will be replaced with something else ... maybe "Doors" ... who knows what they will call it., And it will happen before 2026.

I remember the last edition of DOS, MS-Dos 8.0, otherwise known as Windows ME. Windows XP marked the end of MS-DOS as an OS, although MS-DOS continued to be used and supported as the underlying kernel for Win 9x and ME for several years after XP was introduced.

So it is nice to know that Microsoft will support our Win 10 boxes until 2026. But I bet they are banking on us to dump our WIN 10 computers long before then so we can run the next "greatest thing ever" that will be announced way before Win 10 support ends in 2026.

This isn't a criticism of Microsoft .. quite the opposite. Knowing that Win 10 will be supported until 2026 helps us all in planning for transition to the next thing. It is just that it isn't all that much different than the transition from DOS to Win XP.

Of course, some of us oldsters will probably be 6 feet under by then, but for those of us still around ... will be fun to see.

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Stay tuned we will know

Stay tuned we will know eventually, except for those of us who may not be around. None of us come with a warranty.

Success with minor glitches

I took the Anniversary update over the weekend. There were a few glitches ("Something went wrong, try again?", and some other flavor of some kind of download fail). Eventually it downloaded the update again on its own through Windows Update, launched and succeeded successfully, but it took a long time. (2+ hours) Interestingly, it didn't prompt me for any input on the settings, nor did it change any of them. It did mess with the tiles on the start screen though: Microsoft Store was back and a few others and it kicked out some of the ones I had added myself. Quick fixes but Microsoft shouldn't be doing that. Only real strange thing I noticed was none of the live tiles were working any longer. Still have to sort that one out but no big deal really. All-in-all fairly uneventful except for the above and the l-o-n-g reboot and start up times I get for a while after these upgrades.(FWIW My Laptop is a 1 year old Lenovo with an I7 processor, 12g ram, Nvidia graphics and 1TB Hybrid Drive)

Honestly, if this is the "new and improved" version of W10 "now with the features you asked for!", I don't see any difference. That's probably a good thing though. Well, one thing I noticed: Cortana started working on it's own. Started annoying me with offers of "what can I do for you?" "want to build a list?" "fill up your calendar?" "find a the nearest place to get gas for your car?" Not today thank you, go back to sleep. grin

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OH JUST SHUT UP CORTANA!

williston wrote:

Well, one thing I noticed: Cortana started working on it's own. Started annoying me with offers of "what can I do for you?" "want to build a list?" "fill up your calendar?" "find a the nearest place to get gas for your car?" Not today thank you, go back to sleep. grin

Got a Sock or an Apple to put in the Pig's er I mean Cortana's mouth.. laugh out loud

Of course you could do what my neighbor did to her laptop..

She put a piece of black electrical tape over the microphones on her system... seems to have done the trick.

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Turn Cortana off.

Just turn it off http://www.windowscentral.com/how-turn-cortana-and-stop-pers...

I like some of the commands that you can use Cortana for to get assistance.

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Windows 10 Patch • New OS Build w/ Cumulative Update KB3176495

Did everyone receive their patch to Windows 10 yesterday (on Patch/Update Tuesday)?

It should have changed your Windows 10 from OS Build 14393.10 (after the Anniversary Update) to OS Build 14393.51

Microsoft released OS Build 14393.51 with the Cumulative Update KB3176495. The update probably includes a couple of bug fixes and improvements for the Anniversary Update.

Read all about the new patch here:
http://www.networkworld.com/article/3105531/security/august-...

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/august-2016-pa...

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/security/ms16-au...

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haven't

used my personal laptop for a couple of weeks, and booted it up yesterday. Works great on Win Pro 7, and no reminders etc. anymore on doing an upgrade to Win 10. Life is good.

(if it were possible for Windows to upgrade itself to 10 all by itself, I think it would have done so)

Cortana

you can disable Cortana but you cant turn it off anymore ! check the task manager its running in the back ground . MS don't want you turning it off completely they are trying to integrate it in to the tablets and cellphones and whatever its also tied into the search engine !

Thank you

koot wrote:

Did everyone receive their patch to Windows 10 yesterday (on Patch/Update Tuesday)?

It should have changed your Windows 10 from OS Build 14393.10 (after the Anniversary Update) to OS Build 14393.51

Microsoft released OS Build 14393.51 with the Cumulative Update KB3176495. The update probably includes a couple of bug fixes and improvements for the Anniversary Update.

Read all about the new patch here:
http://www.networkworld.com/article/3105531/security/august-...

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/august-2016-pa...

► https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/security/ms16-aug.aspx

I received an update yesterday. Will read the links you posted. Thanks

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I can't see or tell any difference

mgarledge wrote:
koot wrote:

Did everyone receive their patch to Windows 10 yesterday (on Patch/Update Tuesday)?

It should have changed your Windows 10 from OS Build 14393.10 (after the Anniversary Update) to OS Build 14393.51

Microsoft released OS Build 14393.51 with the Cumulative Update KB3176495. The update probably includes a couple of bug fixes and improvements for the Anniversary Update.

Read all about the new patch here:
http://www.networkworld.com/article/3105531/security/august-...

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/august-2016-pa...

► https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/security/ms16-aug.aspx

I received an update yesterday. Will read the links you posted. Thanks

I can't see or tell any difference after this patch/update, but my computers have never operated any better or faster. I am very pleased with Windows 10...

PS - Congrats again Mary on the COW. You're special!

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Thanks

koot wrote:
mgarledge wrote:
koot wrote:

Did everyone receive their patch to Windows 10 yesterday (on Patch/Update Tuesday)?

It should have changed your Windows 10 from OS Build 14393.10 (after the Anniversary Update) to OS Build 14393.51

Microsoft released OS Build 14393.51 with the Cumulative Update KB3176495. The update probably includes a couple of bug fixes and improvements for the Anniversary Update.

Read all about the new patch here:
http://www.networkworld.com/article/3105531/security/august-...

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/august-2016-pa...

► https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/security/ms16-aug.aspx

I received an update yesterday. Will read the links you posted. Thanks

I can't see or tell any difference after this patch/update, but my computers have never operated any better or faster. I am very pleased with Windows 10...

PS - Congrats again Mary on the COW. You're special!

I also like Windows 10. My laptop is working great and I too see no difference after the last update.

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@ chewbacca

chewbacca wrote:
canuk wrote:

I've never had problems doing the monthly updates in the past but in the last 2-3 updates it's been extremely long. It now takes hours for both of my Windows 7 computers to find the new updates and then several hours to download them.

Please advise if you discover the miracle patch

I guess I'm not the only one having problem with update detection.

My Win 7 update detection problem started early this year but it is a slightly different problem. The desktop PC is up to June 2016 updates and fails to detect July 2016 updates. Laptop fails to detect April through July 2016 updates. It fails to detect anything entirely. I didn't wait longer than 3-4 hours before giving up and retrying the next day. Done that for many months on the laptop. It detects nothing. Detection status just keep checking, never times out and never detects anything.

In my case KB3161608 is the patch that fixed my detection problem:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3161608

Here's an article that talks about that patch: http://www.infoworld.com/article/3086811/microsoft-windows/m...

It looks like that patch has been superseded by a newer update released in July 2016:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3172605

Download the July version and install it manually. Hopefully that'll fix the problem.

As a side note, none of Windows 7 computers at the office has detection/update problem like my home computers. The difference is my Win7 PCs get updates through WSUS (Windows Server Update Services). Seems like Microsoft is only after home users to get them up to update to Win 10.

Thanks for the tip, the update process for August with the patch you suggested did the job smile

If ever the problem reappears in the future the following article may also help us find a fix.

http://www.infoworld.com/article/3105605/microsoft-windows/2...

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NOT AGAIN

Here whe go again..First was the pain in the a.. about the window 10 notification ,now the new window privacy notification .taking effect in September I just block this for ones and for all

I just Have one Big messages for them.

Microsoft SKATE TO HELL

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canuk wrote:

Thanks for the tip, the update process for August with the patch you suggested did the job smile

If ever the problem reappears in the future the following article may also help us find a fix.

http://www.infoworld.com/article/3105605/microsoft-windows/2-easy-steps-to-speed-up-windows-7-update-scans.html

Good to know the patch works.

Windows 10 Woes

What I don't particularly like about Windows 10 is the way it names folders, particularly the profile folder in C:\Users. Microsoft blew it big time! There is no simple way to rename the profile folder in C:\Users. If you're using the MS account, the folder name is usually shortened to the first 5 characters of your email address. For example, if you're using Briana@whatever.com, the folder name becomes brian, which is not exactly intuitive. There are numerous workarounds or fixes floating around in the internet, some actually introduce more problems, and some are merely cosmetic. There is one solution coming from this certain website that seems to be the only right one IMHO, although I haven't yet tried it.

it may not be that simiple

nats50 wrote:

What I don't particularly like about Windows 10 is the way it names folders, particularly the profile folder in C:\Users.

I can only imagine some of these folder names are "hard coded" within numerous areas in software, both within M$, their products and perhaps some 3rd party software..

I've no experience mucking with these folders with renaming them, but I'd be careful unless theres a way to create an "Alias"

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Windows 10 Updates are available

Windows 10 Updates are available:

• Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3176936).
• Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3176934).

Windows 10 cumulative updates KB3176936 and KB3176934 brings Anniversary Update to OS Build 14393.82

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I received two updates today

All looks good. Nothing changed.

Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3176936)
This update makes stability improvements for the Windows 10 Version 1607 servicing stack.

Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1607 for x64-based Systems (KB3176934)
Improved reliability of Network Controller, DNS server, gateways, Storage Spaces Direct, Group Managed Service Accounts, remote procedure calls (RPC), PowerShell, Internet Explorer 11, printer pairing and interoperability, the Windows kernel, Media Core, Windows Store, Connected Standby, Cluster Health service, the Hypervisor debugger and platform, and Active Directory.
Improved performance of Storage Spaces Direct with many nodes or disks, scrolling lists on Xbox One, DHCP address acquisition, Active Directory queries, and Cluster Health service.
Addressed issue that prevents external media from playing on Xbox One using Cast to Device.
Addressed issue with Mouse events not working correctly in Internet Explorer 11.
Addressed issue with the rendering and resizing of nested tables in Internet Explorer 11.
Addressed issue with the UI layout not updating correctly in Internet Explorer 11 quirks mode.
Addressed issue that was causing nodes to be disconnected from a Cluster service intermittently.
Addressed issue with the 3G and 4G options not appearing correctly in Windows 10 Mobile settings.
Addressed additional issues with mobile device management (MDM) enrollment for an Azure Active Directory tenant, software compatibility, rendering of Yu Gothic fonts, Cortana, slow connections to cluster shares, Xbox One unable to launch the Netflix app using the DIAL protocol, Xbox One volume and music playback, all video stops while audio plays in a TV app, incorrect scaling of Internet Explorer 11 first-run dialog, driver setup, Windows Update for Business, apps failing to install after resetting device, boot failure with Hyper-V and BitLocker enabled, Cache Manager, Cluster Health service, inability to change roles and features on a locked device, disk-to-enclosure mappings not working, PowerShell, missing lock screen image, fitness tracker not recognized as a mass storage device, synchronization not working between Intune and Azure Active Directory (AAD), Skype calls over Wi-Fi, streaming playback using progressive download, unable to cancel download from Windows, extensions for Microsoft Edge, incorrect lock screen UI after resuming from hibernate and sleep, and blocked installation of game bundles from the Windows Store.

My Samsung Link was not connecting all the time. Will see if this fixed it.

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New Windows 10 Update on Tuesday, August 30th.

New Windows 10 Update on Tuesday, August 30th. If you have Windows 10 Version 1607 Build 14393.82 installed, this cumulative update will update Windows 10 to version 1607 Build 14393.105

You might want to check your Notifications or Updates to see if this cumulative update has downloaded, but not yet installed or restarted.

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Windows 10 Anniversary Update

Has anyone installed this update?

Windows 10 update

Updated with no problems

Yes, I have installed this latest update. Why do you ask?

banglazed wrote:

Has anyone installed this update?

Yes, I have installed this latest update with no issues. Why do you ask?

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me too

koot wrote:
banglazed wrote:

Has anyone installed this update?

Yes, I have installed this latest update with no issues. Why do you ask?

Yup, no problems.

Laptop Win 10 Pro

Desktop Win 10 home

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. 2 Garmin DriveSmart 61 LMT-S, Nuvi 2689, 2 Nuvi 2460, Zumo 550, Zumo 450, Uniden R3 radar detector with GPS built in, includes RLC info. Uconnect 430N Garmin based, built into my Jeep. .

Win 10 Anniversary Edition.

I find it interesting that Windows automatic updates has still not offered the anniversary edition update on my computer. Yes, I know I can install it manually, but decided (out of curiosity) to see how long it would be before it was offered through automatic updates. I did the free Win 7 to Win 10 upgrade on July 21. Automatic updates continue to be installed regularly, but so far it has not downloaded the anniversary update ... will keep waiting a while longer.

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Alan - Android Auto, DriveLuxe 51LMT-S, DriveLuxe 50LMTHD, Nuvi 3597LMTHD, Oregon 550T, Nuvi 855, Nuvi 755T, Lowrance Endura Sierra, Bosch Nyon

Lemme see now...

So you've not gotten the anniversary update yet your continuing to get automatic updates..

I'm wondering how far out of sync it's possible to get some of the files your system can get before the "anniversary" update is installed.

If someone asked me if I'd continue in the same path your following, I would have advised them long ago to reach out and get the "anniversary" update, get it installed then continue forward.

Letting the windows systems possibly get way out of phase with itself as it relates to maintenance seems risky at best.

But I'm sure you have a reasonable backup so should your system go "poof" you could restore and then go get the update and continue forward.

Just my thoughts.. but what the heck would I know?

Oh; and don't shoot me I'm just the piano player! razz

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My thinking ....

My thinking is that Windows is probably "protecting" my ability to revert to Windows 7 for some period of time by not installing anniversary. My curiosity has the best of me I guess ... wondering just how long it will go before it says "OK, guess you are not going back to 7". smile I guess I am not too worried about getting behind, since if you install Win 10 from original media, you would have to go through the same update sequence.

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Alan - Android Auto, DriveLuxe 51LMT-S, DriveLuxe 50LMTHD, Nuvi 3597LMTHD, Oregon 550T, Nuvi 855, Nuvi 755T, Lowrance Endura Sierra, Bosch Nyon

And just because I'm curious too...

alandb,

If you would, perhaps you'd update us and let us know how your experiment works out... I'm curious about what's going to happen in the long run..

Thanks

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Update: Extensions

Well, it's been a while since the new Edge browser was able to accept extensions. It remains as it was when first introduced that only 13 extensions now exist and to me, two are useful and many useful and to me, necessary ones, are missing.

I therefore continue to use Chrome and will only use Edge when (rarely) Chrome can't handle a web site. I see some advantages to wanting to use Edge but until MS offers more extensions, it's a no go for me.

I am assuming that MS has to offer extensions from their "Store." If I'm missing something and Edge extensions can be added another way, I'd like to know.

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