Add'l Windows 10 patches ready for installation

 

I just installed the latest and greatest updates for Win 10 which are not part of the monthly security patches that MS comes out with. From the history:

KB4566782 (OS Build 19041.450)
IMPORTANT Starting in July 2020, we will resume non-security releases for Windows 10 and Windows Server, version 1809 and later. There is no change to the cumulative monthly security updates (also referred to as the "B" release or Update Tuesday release). For more information, see the blog post Resuming optional Windows 10 and Windows Server non-security monthly updates.

and

August 11, 2020-KB4569745 Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8 for Windows 10 Version 2004.

No issues.

Phil

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Phil in Mentor, Ohio -- Garmin Nuvi 1450

Problem with Windows 10 july patch tuesday update

There was a problem for me with the Windows 10 monthly security update, Patch Tuesday July, which I had delayed until the first week in August. There has been, up until now, no problem for me with Windows 10 update whatsoever.

My two PCs are identical, but the problem was with only one. It has to do with the new Microsoft Edge browser which is actually the open-source Google Chromium.

It started with a blue popup, "You are about to be signed out" and the computer shut down with no way to stop it. Links on the internet from Google Support said it had to do with the Google account login. The links are not included here because their remedy did not work.

My wife and I have different Google accounts and we are always signed in to Chrome on our PCs and all our devices for Gmail, calendar, and contacts. My wife made a calendar entry and it didn't sync with the affected PC. The Chrome calendar settings had been changed.

It seems to me that Edge has trashed some of my Chrome logins and settings. All I can do is set them correctly and see what happens.

dobs108 rolleyes

No trouble and fast

plunder wrote:

KB4566782
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Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5

My annoyance was the announcement that my PC would be rebooted outside working hours to finish the installs.
But when I commanded them manually, the total time was very short, and I saw no problems.

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Problem is solved

dobs108 wrote:

My wife and I have different Google accounts and we are always signed in to Chrome on our PCs and all our devices for Gmail, calendar, and contacts. My wife made a calendar entry and it didn't sync with the affected PC. The Chrome calendar settings had been changed.

It seems to me that Edge has trashed some of my Chrome logins and settings. All I can do is set them correctly and see what happens.

dobs108 rolleyes

Our Google calendars which use Chrome on the PCs, always shared and synced properly before the Windows 10 July Microsoft Update. After that, sharing didn't work.

The sharing settings inside the calendar appeared to be correct, but I deleted them and re-enabled sharing according to the Google Help website. Now sharing again works perfectly.

dobs108 smile

how difficult

is it if someone lost their password to windows 10? Someone I know says this is his case. Another friend said you'd have to get a setup disk.

I remember years ago I had a windows 7 laptop and I lost it in an airport. My co. did not encrypt. So my boss said just ask tim to issue you a new one I'm not worried. So I said sorry this has never happened before, at least with my windows password nobody can get into it.

"What makes you think that?"

p.s. the airport was Pearson. I went online and reported it lost at around 0200 EDT. By about 1400 EDT same day, I got an email we have located a device that significantly matches the description of an item you reported as lost. Please contact us to make arrangements for its return to you.

Amazing.

Password not needed in my case (3) PC’s

johnnatash4 wrote:

is it if someone lost their password to windows 10? Someone I know says this is his case. Another friend said you'd have to get a setup disk. significantly matches the description of an item you reported as lost.

I have updated (3) Win10 PC’s since Tuesday and was not prompted to enter a password on any of them. The updates also went well, no issues during or after.

Just be patient, it may take some time, 30 to 40 minutes is not unusual for patch Tuesday updates. Best to leave the machine along. If doing a laptop, make sure it is plugged in.

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John from PA