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  1. Putting together hints from various reliable sources, it now appears as if the next version of Windows — build 17763 — has been signed off on. Ranjith Siji / IDG (CC0) Yes, it’s like reading chicken entrails, but all of the chicks seem to be peeping in unison. It now appears as if Win10 build 17763 — the one that’s currently available on the Windows Insider Fast and Slow rings — has been anointed the “RTM” version, in fact if not in name. WZorNet, the presumably Russian person/group that leaked many builds of Windows many year
  2. Here is the new debug beta version of BigMuscle's Aeroglass for Windows 10 1809. It is the updated DWMGlass.dll file. Just stop Aeroglass from Task Scheduler, Open Task Manager, and go to the details tab, and stop dwm.exe. You can then replace the DWMGlass.dll file in your Aeroglass folder with the new one, go back to Task Scheduler, and click on run. I put the debug command window into a virtual desktop so it is unseen. This does work on the new 19H1 builds, also. You can download the 1803 version here: http://www.glass8.eu/download Then download the beta here: Si
  3. Yesterday Microsoft explained in full detail all four conditions that led to catastrophic data loss when installing the first release of Win10 version 1809. Here’s what you can expect from the second wave of releases, builds 17763.17 and 17763.55. Thinkstock In one of the worst Windows rollouts in history — at least since Windows 3.1 — last week’s rollout of Win10 version 1809 left some PCs with empty Documents, Photos and other folders, and it managed to mangle user profiles for others. The net result was mayhem, with Microsoft yanking the 1809 upgrade three days later.
  4. Microsoft pulled the feature with the biggest “wow” factor from version 1809, but there are some hidden gems in this release. The big twice-a-year Windows 10 update is here ... except this time, it’s not so big. The Windows 10 October 2018 Update, a.k.a. version 1809, is perhaps the least impressive of the major updates since Windows 10 was introduced. It sports no big, new capabilities like Timeline, the flagship feature of the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. Still, it’s got some good sleeper features, a hidden gem or two, a few bombs, and a host of useful if not groundbreaking featu
  5. Somebody at Microsoft deserves a medal. There’s a new, test version of the next Win10 1809 cumulative update floating around – KB 4469342 – and it’s being distributed through the Insider Release Preview ring. That is precisely where it should be. Thinkstock I’m starting to think that the people now in charge of Win10 version 1809 know what they’re doing. First, we saw a rudimentary list of known bugs in 1809, along with a point-by-point notice of what’s being done, and what you can do to fix the bugs. At this moment, the list includes all of the major
  6. November Patch Tuesday largely looks like other Patch Tuesdays, but there are troubling reports of server problems, WSUS stumbles, new SSUs lurking in the manual-install background, and (even more!) bugs in the toxic Win10 version 1809. Thinkstock Yesterday Microsoft released security patches for 63 separately identified vulnerabilities and three new Security Advisories. Microsoft rates 12 of the security holes as “critical,” and 8 of those are for the Edge scripting engine. Only one has an actively known exploit, discovered by Kaspersky, on 32-bit Win7 and Server 2008 syste
  7. I created another LTSC for you guys and gals! Activates automatically. Special thanks to @s1ave77, Ratiborus, and all others who made this possible! 64 bit version: Site: http://www.mediafire.com Sharecode: /file/sbch643wuezp5ry/10.0.17763.194.RS_PRERELEASE_LTSC_MOD_OEMRET_X64FRE_EN-US.iso/file SIZE: 3.08 GB SHA1: 679814EFCE5E39D26551593A7D8D4684D251706F MD5: 6D39974466CDD5D6D296CB6DBAE236D1 CRC32: DD8A99E1 Original ISO Name: en_windows_10_iot_enterprise_ltsc_2019_x64_dvd_4c97c86c.iso Removed: Defender, Peo
  8. Once again, Microsoft brings hope to avid Windows watchers as it uses the correct, defined method to test build 17763.167 of Win10 1809. Remains to be seen if this is a fly-by-night fix for a hastily pushed patch, or a sign that the new regime takes bugs seriously. Microsoft / IDG Two weeks ago we witnessed an amazing change in Microsoft’s approach to patching Windows 10. For the first time, Microsoft pushed a test version of a cumulative update to Win10 1809 out through the Windows Insider Release Preview Ring — which is exactly why we have a Release Preview Ring. Yesterday
  9. Microsoft released -- the missing -- cumulative update KB4476976 for Windows 10 version 1809 and Server 2019 yesterday evening to the public. The company released cumulative updates for earlier versions of Windows 10 days ago but decided to test the update for Windows 10 version 1809 in the Release Preview ring before its official release. Microsoft changed its strategy in regards to cumulative update releases for the latest version of Windows 10 after the update fiasco of Windows 10 version 1809. Instead of releasing cumulative updates outright, like the company has do
  10. The company largely stopped distributing the October 2018 Update in March, apparently deciding to simply skip one feature upgrade to solve the problem of two on a collision course. Microsoft / Valery Brozhinsky / Fermate / Getty Images Microsoft has given up on Windows 10 1809, the troubled feature upgrade of last year that was delayed by months, data from an analytics vendor showed. The Redmond, Wash. developer largely abandoned efforts to distribute the October 2018 Update, aka 1809 in its four-digit yymm format, last month, apparen
  11. On Tuesday, Microsoft released cumulative updates for Win10 versions 1803, 1709, 1703 and 1607 that address all of the acknowledged bugs (there were many) in those versions of Windoews 10. Usual Seeker of Queensbury rules apply: You only get them if you click Check for Updates. But where’s the fix for Win10 1809? Getty Images On the Third Tuesday of this month, Microsoft released cumulative updates for all of its surviving Windows 10 versions save one: KB 4487029 for Win10 version 1803 takes the build up to 17134.619; KB 4487021 for Win
  12. The biggest surprise in the February patching lineup is one that didn’t appear: the 'optional non-security' cumulative update for Win10 version 1809. Most – but not all -- bugs introduced by earlier patches are now fixed. Thinkstock/Microsoft Microsoft continues to hold Windows 10 version 1809 close to the chest. While all of the other Win10 versions have had their usual twice-a-month cumulative updates, the latest version of the last version of Windows, 1809, still sits in the Windows Insider Release Preview Ring. For most people, th
  13. With Windows 10 version 1903 just a month or so away, it is quite puzzling that a large number of devices have not yet received the update to Windows 10 version 1809. Microsoft began the rollout phase of Windows 10 version 1809 on January 16, 2019 but restricted automatic updates via Windows Updates. Only devices that the company believed to have the "best update experience" would receive the update back then. Administrators could run a manual check for updates and would receive the feature update then if no upgrade block was in place and if the device passed compatibil
  14. Microsoft announced today that they are now designating Windows 10 October 2018 Update Build 1809 to be ready for broad deployment, rather than targeted deployment. What a rough and unpleasant road the Windows 10 October 2018 Update has been down since it has been released with the numerous bugs, stops and starts in deployment, and an overall troublesome release. It looks like the journey is finally over and Microsoft has determined that Build 1809 is ready for broad deployment to all Windows 10 devices. "Based on the data and the feedback we’ve received from consumers,
  15. Microsoft expands forced upgrade for 1809 users For Windows users still running the October 2018 Update – otherwise known as 1809 – Microsoft thinks it's time to move to 1909. IDG / Microsoft Microsoft has expanded its forced upgrading of Windows 10 PCs running the 14-month old 1809 with the most recent refresh, 1909. "We are starting the next phase in our controlled approach to automatically initiate a feature update for an increased number of devices running the October 2018 Update (Windows 10, version 180
  16. The push to Win10 version 1903 takes in more 1809 machines, yields few complaints Those of you running Windows 10 version 1809 with the branch readiness level at Semi-Annual Channel are now part of the countdown to 1903 hegemony. The old Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted) no longer exists, but there are few gripes. Is Microsoft showing restraint? Thinkstock/Microsoft In February, Microsoft’s John Wilcox blew away the “Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted)” terminology for blocking Windows 10 version upgrades. At the time, Microsoft declared its old terminolo
  17. Microsoft slates skip-Windows 10 1809 upgrades for late June This marks the first time the company has jumped past a Windows 10 feature upgrade as it moves to put last fall's update debacle in the rear-view mirror. Thinkstock/Microsoft Microsoft will start the process of skipping the problem-plagued fall 2018 feature upgrade late next month when it begins pushing Windows 10 May 2019 Update to PCs running version 1803. The Redmond, Wash. developer has never jumped past one of its Window 10 feature upgrades.
  18. Windows 10 1809 – the ill-fated version initially launched last fall – powered just 29% of surveyed Windows 10 systems as of late April. It's a clear sign that Microsoft has largely stopped pushing 1809 to users. Microsoft New data has again hammered home the point that Microsoft has given up forcing Windows 10 1809 on users. The Redmond, Wash. developer essentially stopped pushing the October 2018 Update, aka 1809, to customers last month, according to numbers published by AdDuplex, a Lithuanian company whose metrics technology is embe
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