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October 1, 2019  9:58 AM

MS Explains Machine Learning Role in Windows 10 Update Experience

Ed Tittel Ed Tittel Profile: Ed Tittel
Machine learning, Windows 10, Windows Update Management, Windows Updates

Thanks, Mr. Brinkmann! He posted a Ghacks.net item yesterday that alerted me to a fascinating Microsoft Tech Community blog post dated September 26. Entitled...

September 3, 2019  5:33 PM

1903 KB4512941 Garnering Numerous Issues

Ed Tittel Ed Tittel Profile: Ed Tittel
Troubleshooting, Windows 10, Windows Update Management, Windows Updates

On August 26, Microsoft rolled out KB4512941 to Insiders signed up for the Release Preview distribution. On August 30, that same Cumulative Update went live to 1903 users in...


August 16, 2019  2:49 PM

1903 Hyper-V Networking Interference?

Ed Tittel Ed Tittel Profile: Ed Tittel
Hyper-V, Troubleshooting, Windows Update Management, Windows Updates

Yesterday, in the wake of the August 13 KB4512508 update, I noticed some of my local PCs were devoid of Internet access. Upon further investigation, I discovered a few things. First, only wirelessly connected...


July 29, 2019  1:53 PM

KB4505903 Fixes DPC Latency Issue

Ed Tittel Ed Tittel Profile: Ed Tittel
audio sound, Windows 10, Windows Updates

DPC is Windows shorthand for "deferred procedure call." As explained at Resplendence.com (makers of the outstanding, free 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend


July 15, 2019  2:58 PM

Is Windows 10 19H2 Now Called Version Next?

Ed Tittel Ed Tittel Profile: Ed Tittel
Windows 10, Windows Update Management, Windows Updates, Windows Upgrades

A few minutes ago, I saw word at TenForums that a new slow ring Insider Preview release was out. Until now, this version has been more or less uniformly known as 19H2 (for 2019, Second Half of year). But as the following screencap shows, it appears therein as "Windows 10 Version Next." That's as...


July 12, 2019  11:28 AM

Resuming Work Underscores Routine Windows Admin Workload

Ed Tittel Ed Tittel Profile: Ed Tittel
Windows 10, Windows administration, Windows Update Management, Windows Updates

Hello again! I've been quiet for almost two weeks, off on vacation. When I got back to the office yesterday, I found a plethora of Win10 updates and upgrades pending. Right now, I'm running 9 PCs in my office, so resuming work underscores routine Windows admin workload for sure. The mix of OS...


June 28, 2019  12:13 PM

Accommodating WU Download and Install Now (KB4501375)

Ed Tittel Ed Tittel Profile: Ed Tittel
Windows 10, Windows Update Management, Windows Updates

A new Win10 WU (Windows Update) regime is now underway. Yesterday, I got my second CU notification from Windows Update, informing me that KB4501375 had arrived. Instead of downloading and installing on its...


May 15, 2019  10:26 AM

Install KB4494441 CU Twice

Ed Tittel Ed Tittel Profile: Ed Tittel
Windows 10, Windows Update Management, Windows Updates

OK, then: here's a new one on me. Yesterday, May 14, was Patch Tuesday. In keeping with usual practice, MS released a number of updates, including KB4494441. The subtitle for that CU, BTW, is "(OS Build...


May 3, 2019  1:49 PM

19H1 Release Preview Bug Bites

Ed Tittel Ed Tittel Profile: Ed Tittel
Troubleshooting, Windows 10, Windows Updates

I'm running the upcoming Release Preview here at Chez Tittel on a couple of PCs. On one of them -- the now-venerable Surface Pro 3 purchased in November 2014 -- I found myself bitten by an interesting but well-known bug this morning. I was trying to upgrade to Build 18362.30. It would download from...


April 26, 2019  11:42 AM

Web-based vs Offline DotNET 4.8 Installers

Ed Tittel Ed Tittel Profile: Ed Tittel
.NET, Windows 10, Windows Updates

When I learned  that MS released a new version of the .NET Framework , I saw both web-based and offline installers. "Hmmm," thought I to myself, "I've never used a Web-based installer for Win10 OS components. Let's give it a try!" The difference between web-based vs offline DotNET 4.8 installers...


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