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  1. You don't have to do that script for 7, only for...

    You don't have to do that script for 7, only for 10. The only reason to use the script is if there is an update you want to temporarily avoid.
  2. Because quite honestly I see 8.1 as not going to...

    Because quite honestly I see 8.1 as not going to get the love that 10 and 7 will get. Most people who love 8.1 honestly have classic menu installed.
  3. In the build to build update do NOT use express...

    In the build to build update do NOT use express settings. All of your defaults will indeed be reset
  4. I haven't abandoned Windows 7 at all. I noted...

    I haven't abandoned Windows 7 at all. I noted the updates for Windows 7 in this special patch watch. But I would be remiss if I didn't call out the fix for a big fat hairy CIFS/SMB bug that has...
  5. P.S. will do an article on Windows 10 enterprise.

    P.S. will do an article on Windows 10 enterprise.
  6. I'm old school and crusty and thus go with the...

    I'm old school and crusty and thus go with the registry. But yes using the GWX control panel will do the same thing. For those systems that don't have the registry keys you need to ADD these...
  7. Cumulative update for Windows 10: August 14,...

    Cumulative update for Windows 10: August 14, 2015:

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3081438

    And another Windows 10 release
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    Use the ISO download tool to pull down the...

    Use the ISO download tool to pull down the Windows 10 then use that to install it.
  9. But antivirus is always reactionary and doesn't...

    But antivirus is always reactionary and doesn't flag everything. What if you get a file that you aren't sure about and Malwarebytes doesn't flag it. Now what? The point is use these sites to scan...
  10. Anytime you get a file or link you are worried...

    Anytime you get a file or link you are worried about send it to virustotal.com. See if at least ONE antivirus vendor has flagged it.
  11. 8.1 = RTM 8.1 second release = April KB2919355...

    8.1 = RTM
    8.1 second release = April KB2919355 release
    8.1 third release = August update rollup
    8.1 fourth release = November update rollup

    I'm not sure what Microsoft calls them, but that's...
  12. If you go into the current build there is an...

    If you go into the current build there is an option to defer updates. (I forget what the gui actually says but that's the gist), that's the Current branch for business option.
  13. Windows insiders = lots of dual boots and vm. It...

    Windows insiders = lots of dual boots and vm. It would be interesting to know how many windows insider (the first testers) are running on real hardware. Look at what we have now. I know for a fact...
  14. It is based on my up and up and understanding. ...

    It is based on my up and up and understanding.
    They keep using "a service" to refer to how it's going to be supported [as in you will get the next build no matter what], not that you will be...
  15. I know Microsoft has heard the feedback,...

    I know Microsoft has heard the feedback, understand the big problem and even posted some workarounds. Their final "what we are going to do" is yet to be displayed in a build for me to be...
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    Microsoft has moved the fourth Tuesday to the...

    Microsoft has moved the fourth Tuesday to the third Tuesday lately. Not all of them have to do with Windows 10 but a lot of them do. I'll be recapping them NEXT week and talking about about how...
  17. After the install of the diagnostic update KB,...

    After the install of the diagnostic update KB, all systems are reporting corruption that sfc /scannow cannot fix. Ignore this error it's totally bogus. Microsoft is aware and will be fixing this...
  18. April was a zoo. Office updates that impacted...

    April was a zoo. Office updates that impacted multiple KB numbers. .NET usual multiple KBs. this month was not easy in general.
  19. I have not seen any issues with the .NET updates...

    I have not seen any issues with the .NET updates for April, they are safe to install. The chart lists the "master" KB, it doesn't necessarily list all KBs as you see them.
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    Let me see what we can do to get that updated. ...

    Let me see what we can do to get that updated. In the meantime use my 'scratchpad' listing at www.patchchart.com
  21. Goodness gracious, not only did we get updates on...

    Goodness gracious, not only did we get updates on the Third Tuesday, but we got more on the Fourth Tuesday and now on the Fourth Wednesday.

    Issues I'm still tracking -

    3038314 - cannot add...
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    Both of those software I personally have tracked...

    Both of those software I personally have tracked kernel patching interactions with, and Webroot has to be removed before someone can upgrade to Windows 10.

    It's not easy finding a well behaved...
  23. I have not seen that reported anywhere. I think...

    I have not seen that reported anywhere. I think you are going to have to do a one at a time. There's no fix as there's no reported problems with these updates :-(

    Review this as well: ...
  24. So far the root cause appears to be grub...

    So far the root cause appears to be grub bootloaders. I'm not seeing widespread issues outside of a dual boot setup.
  25. I never wrote about it because I never saw it...

    I never wrote about it because I never saw it offered up on my machines, nor on a list of expected updates. It's near impossible to find any master list of expected updates.

    I haven't seen...
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