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  1. Welcome, everyone! Recently we at IMI Kurwica created a tool to allow the installation of (paid) Extended Support Updates (ESU) on all editions of Windows 7 (free of charge) Those updates will be released from the official End of Support date for 3 years onward (from January 14th 2020 to January 2023) The first update of this kind came out on 5th November to test ESU on eligible devices. (If this update installs correctly, your device is eligible) This tool makes certain Windows components believe you're eligible for those updates and thus you're able to install them. Put simply, this tool allows your Windows 7 installation to receive the paid updates that will be released after the official End of Support date. How does it work? ( !! Technical Language !! ) KURWICA (KURWICA is an Utility Reassuring Windows Is Current Abidingly ._.) is an Avrf (Application Verifier) provider for TrustedInstaller that hooks certain SLC and kernel32 functions used by ExtendedSupportUpdatesAI.dll when it checks for ESU eligibility. The hooked functions are: slc.dll - SLGetWindowsInformationDWORD - Normally, returns information on certain licensing policy values; We hook it to return a true value for all ESUAI's queries. kernel32.dll - GetProductInfo - Normally, returns the SKU ID for the installed Windows edition. We hook it to return Professional for Client editions and ServerStandard for Server editions. The provider is registered with the system as TrustedInstaller's Application Verifier using a registry file and is applied to it whenever it starts (All .reg files are in the install folder) How to Install Open the package and copy either the kurwica32.dll (for 32-bit systems) or kurwica64.dll (for 64-bit systems) into the %windir%\System32 folder. Double click the appropriate .reg file from the install folder and merge it with the registry. Restart the TrustedInstaller service. (Through Task Manager's Services tab or using WMI) Download Site: https://m.put.re Sharecode: /e5cYLbWc.1.7z (The files are not detected by any AVs) This tool will not be truly useful until January 2020, but it's always nice to be prepared .-. (If necessary, please move this thread to Members' Corner; I don't really know what threads need to be posted there) If you have any questions regarding the tool, feel free to ask!
  2. Search, Mail, and iMessage get more fixes Apple is releasing iOS and iPadOS 13.2.3 today to address a variety of odd bugs that have been introduced with the release of iOS 13. The latest update includes a fix for the Spotlight system search feature that had been failing for some users recently. Search should now work consistently at the system level and in the Mail, Files, and Notes apps. If you use an app that downloads content in the background and you’ve noticed weird issues in iOS 13.2.2 or before, Apple is now addressing this in the new update. Mail is also getting updated to fix problems fetching new messages or quoting messages from Exchange accounts. The only other fix that’s listed on Apple’s release notes for iOS 13.2.3 is concerning an issue where photos, links, and other attachments haven’t been displaying properly in the iMessage details view. Apple continues to patch up its buggy iOS 13 release, and hopefully we’re closer to a more stable OS now. Apple is also testing betas of iOS 13.3, which is expected to include some fairly minor additions like better support for FIDO2-compliant security keys that use USB, Lightning, or NFC. Today’s iOS 13.2.3 update will also include any security updates for iOS and iPadOS, and you can download it immediately from your settings menu. Source: Apple fixes more weird bugs with new iOS 13.2.3 update (via The Verge)
  3. Samsung will soon start rolling out the Android 10 + One UI 2.0 update for the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series. While Android 10 itself brings a number of new features, Samsung has also improved its skin and added a number of new features to One UI 2.0. Here’s a look at some of the major new One UI 2.0 features. One UI 2.0 will be making its way to all Samsung devices that will get the Android 10 update. One UI itself was a huge overhaul from Samsung in the UI/UX department and it introduced a polish that was previously missing from the company’s devices. With One UI 2.0, Samsung is further polishing its skin while also adding some useful features to it. The Korean giant is already beta testing One UI 2.0/Android 10 for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10. You can take part in the beta program if you have an eligible device and if the program is live in your country by using the Samsung Members app. Below is a look at some of the major new features of One UI 2.0/Android 10 that you will be able to enjoy once the update lands on your device. Top new features New animations One UI 2.0 comes with new system animations that are far more fluid in nature. The fluid animations finally help in adding a level of smoothness to Samsung’s UI/UX that can rival iOS. The jank that was usually found in Samsung smartphones due to jerky animations is nowhere to be found in One UI 2.0. Right from the new app opening animation to the app switcher one, every new animation has been thoughtfully designed by Samsung and they don’t feel being added just for the sake of it. Compact Quick settings panel While the Quick Settings panel in One UI 2.0 looks the same as it did in its previous iteration, it now has a more compact layout which means it fits more tiles than before. Its functionality and features remain unchanged though. Android 10 navigation gestures Samsung is adding Google’s new Android 10 gestures to One UI 2.0 as well. This is in addition to its own navigation gestures which were also a part of the original One UI/Android 9.0 Pie release. The new Android 10 navigation gestures are more fluid in nature and are more intuitive to use compared to Samsung’s navigation gestures and the half-baked gestures that Google had debuted in Android 9.0 Pie. The catch here is that one can only use the Android 10 navigation gestures in One UI 2.0 with the stock launcher. Those gestures do not work with third-party launchers. The issue was also present on the Pixel 4 initially before Google got around to adding support for third-party launchers. It is likely that the stable release of One UI 2.0/Android 10 will support third-party launchers. Night mode renamed to Dark mode Samsung added a native Dark mode to One UI almost a year before Google got around to adding it with Android 10. For some strange reason though, Samsung called it Night mode instead of Dark mode. With the One UI 2.0 update, Samsung has renamed Night mode to Dark mode, in line with what Google and Apple are calling it. New Device Care UI The Device Care section has received a UI overhaul in One UI 2.0. It now displays all the relevant information in an easy to understand UI. The battery usage screen also has a new UI which gives more insight into app usage and battery usage over a week, though this feature is a part of Android 10. Redesigned Camera app The Camera app has again received a slight redesign as a part of the One UI 2.0 update. Apart from updated UI elements, Samsung now hides all the available camera modes under the More section which gives the app a cleaner look. You do have the option of customizing the list of modes that are shown above the shutter button so you can keep the ones that you tend to use more and hide others. Slow-motion Selfies Taking a cue from Apple’s book, Samsung has added slow-motion video recording support for the front camera in One UI 2.0. This feature is limited to only flagship Galaxy devices like the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series though. Redesigned volume controls The volume controls have also been redesigned in One UI 2.0. They are now sleeker and smaller in size. OneDrive integration in Gallery app When Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 10 series earlier this year, it announced a strategic partnership with Microsoft. As a part of this partnership, Samsung will phase out all its cloud services and switch its users to offerings from Microsoft. Building on that partnership, Samsung is integrating OneDrive with the Gallery app meaning you can automatically backup all your photos to OneDrive. Samsung has rolled out this feature to selected Galaxy Note 10 units running Android 9.0 Pie but a wider rollout will only happen with the One UI 2.0 + Android 10 update. Enhanced Digital Wellbeing This is a feature that's part of the Android 10 update from Google rather than One UI 2.0. Nonetheless, Digital Wellbeing has been further improved with the addition of Focus mode and Wind Down. The former blocks notifications from all apps except the ones selected by you to help avoid distractions. As for Wind Down, it turns the phone's display into greyscale and blocks notifications making it ideal for use before you go to bed. Improved Pro mode in Camera App The Pro camera mode has been improved and now supports opening the shutter for up to 30 seconds. Previously, this was capped at 10 seconds. The maximum ISO limit has also been increased and one can now bump the ISP up to 3200. Sadly, the Pro mode is still limited to the primary camera and does not support the ultra wide-angle or telephoto camera on devices like the Galaxy S10 and Note 10. Samsung is expected to start rolling out the One UI 2.0 + Android 10 update for the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 by the end of this year. One UI 2.0 will also be making its way to older Samsung devices like the Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9, etc. Source: Top features of Samsung's One UI 2.0/Android 10 Update for Galaxy S10 and Note 10 (via Neowin)
  4. Today Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19013 (20H1) to Windows Insiders in the Slow ring. Till now Slow Ring users were only receiving Windows 10 19H2 builds, which of course ultimately did not carry many interesting improvements, except for making calendar entries from the clock widget. Slow Ring users, in particular, will receive Build 19013.112 which includes a fix for the issue where the Settings app would hang or crash when accessing the System or Ease of Access sections. It also has the following improvements and issues: MORE KAOMOJI As some of you may know, with Windows 10 version 1903, Microsoft updated their WIN+(Period) / WIN+(Semicolon) keyboard shortcut to not only include emoji, but to also now contain kaomoji and special characters. What are kaomoji? Basically, they’re faces with expressions you can make by combining various characters–for example, you might be familiar with the shruggie: ¯\_(?)_/¯ In any case, based on your feedback, in this build Microsoft is updating their kaomoji list with a few more favourites, including: And more! Enjoy WINDOWS SUBSYSTEM FOR LINUX (WSL) 2 WILL NOW RELEASE UNUSED LINUX MEMORY BACK TO YOUR WINDOWS MACHINE Previously, your WSL 2 Virtual Machine’s (VM) memory would grow to meet the needs of your workflow, but would not shrink back down when the memory was no longer needed. With this change, as memory is no longer in use in the Linux VM, it will be freed back to Windows, which will shrink in memory size accordingly. Other updates for Insiders POWERTOYS V0.12 NOW AVAILABLE! Microsoft has just released its 0.12 release of PowerToys on GitHub. Microsoft has gotten tons of great feedback and suggestions from the community and wants to directly say thank you to everyone. New features include a great new utility called PowerRename, which makes it easy to batch rename a bunch of files, improvements to FancyZones, and support for Dark Mode. Check out their latest article for all the details. YOUR PHONE APP–ELEVATING THE PHONE SCREEN FEATURE BY REMOVING ITS DEPENDENCY ON BLUETOOTH CONNECTION Windows Insiders, Microsoft heard your feedback about the Phone screen feature’s dependency on Bluetooth Low Energy connectivity. To address your feedback, Microsoft partnered closely with Samsung to bring you a more streamlined experience across all Windows 10 PCs by removing the peripheral role dependency for Phone screen, which will expand the overall reach of this feature. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 was the first device to introduce this feature in August. After a positive response, Microsoft has recently enabled this feature across Samsung Galaxy Fold, S10, S10+, and S10e smartphones. You’ll need to update your supported Samsung devices with the recent software update that enables the ‘Link to Windows’ feature. To continue offering this experience to other smartphones, Microsoft is expanding this feature support to Samsung Galaxy A30s, A50s, and A90 smartphones, and Microsoft will continue to add additional devices in the coming months. With the new experience rolling out, Microsoft will be removing the Bluetooth connectivity option, effective immediately. If you were previously enjoying Phone screen over Bluetooth and you have a phone model that doesn’t yet support Link to Windows, the Phone screen node will disappear automatically within the Your Phone app. Microsoft recommends that you unpair your devices by going to the Bluetooth settings on both your PC and your Android phone, so that you don’t have a connection that is no longer in use. Thank you for helping us refine the Phone screen experience so far! Phone screen requirements: Select Android phones running Android 9.0 or greater PC running Windows 10 October 2018 Update or later Android phone must be on and connected to the same network as the PC You will need a supported device to use this feature: Samsung Galaxy Fold Samsung Galaxy Note 10/ Note 10+ Samsung Galaxy S10/S10+/S10e Samsung Galaxy A30s/A50s/A90 Refer to the Your Phone FAQs for additional information. PREVIEW NEW DIRECTX 12 FEATURES In the latest 20H1 builds, you can preview new DirectX 12 features, including DirectX Raytracing tier 1.1, Mesh Shader, and Sampler Feedback. In this blog post, the DirectX Team explains what each of these features are and how they will improve the gaming experience in Windows 10! General changes, improvements, and fixes for PC Microsoft fixed an issue resulting in frames being skipped, starting with Build 19002, when running games and videos fullscreen. Microsoft fixed an issue where initiating “Reset this PC” with the cloud download option wasn’t working when started from Windows RE. Microsoft fixed an issue resulting in preinstalled apps (like Calculator) and other UWP apps being missing from the Apps & Features page in Settings. Microsoft appreciates your patience while Microsoft worked on their sync engine. As of this build, wallpaper and theme syncing is now up and running again. Microsoft fixed an issue resulting in Wi-Fi unexpectedly resetting (turning off and back on) frequently in recent flights. Microsoft fixed an issue where Wi-Fi Settings might get stuck saying Connecting, even though the network flyout (correctly) indicated that you were Connected. Microsoft fixed an issue where an update being temporarily suspended would result in an 0xc19001e1 error being displayed in Windows Update history. Microsoft fixed an issue resulting in the “Open location” search result option not working if the search result was a folder. Microsoft fixed an issue where if you moved Cortana’s window to certain places on your screen, and then closed the window, the minimize animation wouldn’t go towards Cortana’s icon on the taskbar. Microsoft fixed an issue resulting in File Explorer not rendering correctly sometimes when using multiple monitors with different DPIs on the previous flight. Microsoft fixed an issue where you could get into a state where it wasn’t possible to set focus to File Explorer’s search box in order to type your query. Microsoft fixed an issue that could result in the app thumbnail disappearing when you right clicked it in Task View. Microsoft fixed an issue that could result in the Send Message button in certain notifications not being visible when using High Contrast White. Microsoft fixed an issue where the notification following WIN+Shift+S might have a blank space for the screenshot (rather than actually displaying the screenshot). Microsoft fixed an issue resulting in Resource Manager unexpectedly not showing any disk activity. Microsoft fixed an issue where, if you called SUBST with a path ending with a \ it would give a Path not found error. Microsoft fixed a memory leak with running apps that repeatedly sent calls to adjust gamma. Some of you have reached out about when trying to shutdown, seeing a message saying that an app named “G” was preventing shutdown. Microsoft investigated and found an issue where windows related to GDI+were only referenced as “G.” Microsoft has fixed this, so going forward, these will now have the name “GDI+ Window (<exe name>)”, where <exe name> will show the .exe name of the app using GDI+. Microsoft fixed an issue resulting in speechruntime.exe using an unexpectedly high amount of CPU on the previous flight. Microsoft fixed an issue resulting in Bluetooth devices potentially not reconnecting as expected after closing then reopening the device lid for certain devices. Microsoft fixed an issue resulting in the Surface Dial not scrolling in recent builds if you switched to something like zoom and then back to scrolling. Thank you Insiders who shared feedback about the 2-in-1 convertible tablet experience improvements Microsoft discussed here. For the time being, Microsoft is returning to the current experience in retail. Microsoft fixed an issue where Narrator would sometime report focus as the page instead of reporting the actual focused control within Chrome. Microsoft fixed an issue where Narrator would not automatically start reading the Narrator user guide webpage and the YouTube webpage. Microsoft corrected Narrator’s “Next Table” command so that it would work in Excel. Microsoft fixed an issue where the text cursor indicator was visible on top of the lock screen background picture. Microsoft fixed an issue where the text cursor indicator preview wasn’t displaying correctly in Settings when using dark theme. Microsoft fixed an issue where when using dark theme, the hardware keyboard text prediction candidate window was unreadable due to black text on a dark grey background. Microsoft fixed an issue that could result in the touch keyboard flickering when inputting emoji. Microsoft fixed an issue where English punctuations were outputted when using the Chinese Pinyin and Wubi IMEs, even if input mode was set to Chinese under the default IME settings. Thanks for your feedback. Microsoft has fixed an issue where the character width of alphanumeric characters when using the Traditional Chinese Bopomofo IME would change from half width to full width unexpectedly in some input fields. Thanks for reporting it! If you feel this issue hasn’t been fully addressed in the new version of Bopomofo IME, please let us know your feedback. Microsoft has fixed an issue where after successfully updating to a new build, the Windows Update Settings page may have shown the same build needed to be installed. Microsoft has fixed an issue where Optional drivers were failing to install. Known issues BattlEye and Microsoft have found incompatibility issues due to changes in the operating system between some Insider Preview builds and certain versions of BattlEye anti-cheat software. To safeguard Insiders who might have these versions installed on their PC, Microsoft have applied a compatibility hold on these devices from being offered affected builds of Windows Insider Preview. See this article for details. Microsoft has heard that Settings still isn’t available outside of launching via the URI (ms-settings:) for some Insiders and are investigating. If you use remote desktop connection and the target PC is on this build, within about an hour (if not sooner), DWM may start crashing, and the session window will either go totally black, experience black flashes, or you may get signed out of the remote desktop session altogether. Microsoft appreciates your patience. A full list of other improvements can be found at Microsoft here. Windows 10 Insiders in the Slow Ring can update to the new build by Checking for Updates in Settings. MSPOWER
  5. Adobe Acrobat Pro DC 2019.010.20099 update only 345 Mb http://ardownload.adobe.com/pub/adobe/acrobat/win/AcrobatDC/1901020099/AcrobatDCUpd1901020099.msp
  6. No more distractions WhatsApp’s latest iOS update stops showing an unread notification badge on its app icon for messages you’ve muted. It’s a minor but welcome change that arrived with version 2.19.110 of the iOS app. The change applies for both individual and group chats. The messaging app’s mute feature is invaluable if you want to reduce distractions, particularly if you’re a participant in any large group chats. Before the update, muting a chat would only stop your phone from vibrating and playing a notification sound when it received a new message, while doing nothing about the anxiety-inducing red notification badge placed on the app’s icon on the home screen. The new update only affects iOS users. On Android, meanwhile, WhatsApp has a separate “Show notifications” toggle which you can either tick or untick when you’re muting a chat. Source: WhatsApp fixes the notification badge on muted iOS chats (via The Verge)
  7. A minor update for most Apple Watch owners Apple is releasing its latest watchOS 6.1 update today, and it will introduce watchOS 6 support for the Series 1 and 2 Apple Watch models. watchOS 6 originally debuted last month, but Series 1 and 2 owners have had to wait on this 6.1 update to upgrade. This latest update also includes support for Apple’s new AirPods Pro headphones, just a day before they start shipping to customers. Aside from these changes, it’s a fairly minor update for Apple Watch owners that were already running watchOS 6, but it includes the usual performance improvements and bug fixes that you’d expect from a point release. Apple hasn’t revealed whether this update improves battery life on the latest Series 5 Apple Watch. Some owners have reported issues with the battery life not lasting a full day, and beta copies of watchOS 6.1 appeared to improve things for some. Either way, watchOS 6.1 is available right now from the General > Software Update section of the Watch app on iOS. Source: watchOS 6.1 now available with Series 1, Series 2, and AirPods Pro support (via The Verge)
  8. Microsoft's OneDrive app for iOS has received some attention over the last few months, particularly when it has come to revamping its design and also dark mode support for iOS 13. Microsoft's cloud storage app has already picked up a few updates so far in October to correct problems with the share extension, adding multiple window support, and improving the performance of search results for business users. Today, OneDrive for iOS has picked up a number of bug fixes in Version 11.5 specifically for iPad in addition to other problems that have become apparent with the app when running on iOS 13. Here's what's included in the latest version of the app released today: The iPad command menu would jump around on screen like a less fun version of whack a mole. We've dialed down our menu's energy level to a 7, and it will now stay in one place. Notification badges for uploading photos, those red doodads with the number, would show when Camera Upload was turned off. We have revised our abacus logic, and these notifications now know the difference between on and off. iOS 13 users who opened the share sheet and subsequently tried to change sharing options would experience the app to crash. This has been fixed and has given us the opportunity to shamelessly plug our industry leading sharing options. When in the Photos view, rotating the phone sideways could cause the app to crash. This made Zero G photo viewing nearly impossible - so it's been fixed. Sharing a file from split screen on an iPad would cause the app to crash. Sharing is caring but this wasn't very caring of us. This has been fixed. We had a bit of a layout blunder where certain text was getting cut off in some screens. This has been fixed, and our eloquent text can once again be fully appreciated. If any of the above issues have been plaguing your user experience, you can either check for updates via the App Store app on your device or you can visit the App Store listing here and tap on "Update" to get the process underway manually. Source: 1. Latest OneDrive for iOS update squashes numerous iPad and iOS 13 bugs (via Neowin) - original article 2. Microsoft OneDrive app updates on iOS with important iPad and iOS 13 fixes and improvements (via ONMSFT) - main reference to the original article
  9. For months, Microsoft has been blocking the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, or version 1903, on its own Surface Book 2 PCs. The reason was due to a known issue where the dedicated GPU driver would disappear from the Device Manager, leaving users to Intel's integrated graphics. After the PC was blocked from installing the update since July, and it's been broken since May, it's finally getting fixed. Microsoft is pushing out a series of firmware updates that will fix that issue, among a couple of others. Here's the full changelog: Windows Update History Name Device Manager Name Surface – System – Surface Base 2 Firmware Update – Firmware improves battery stability. Surface – Firmware – 182.1004.139.0 Surface System Aggregator – Firmware 182.1004.139.0 resolves an issue where the CPU will throttle down to .4GHz, and improves battery stability. Surface – Firmware – 389.2837.768.0 Surface UEFI – Firmware 389.2837.768.0 resolves an issue where the display adapter disappears from Device Manager. The updates rolling out are for anyone that's running the Windows 10 April 2018 Update (version 1803) or later. After you install them, you should likely be offered Windows 10 version 1903. It's possible that the feature update is still blocked for now, since it's still listed as a known issue that's being investigated on Microsoft's Dashboard for version 1903. This probably just hasn't been updated today, and should reflect the fix later on today or early next week. You can manually download the Surface Book 2 drivers and firmware package here. Source: Microsoft finally fixes disappearing GPU issue on Surface Book 2, and CPU throttling issue (via Neowin)
  10. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.18.1

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ? Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download portable version
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  12. RingCentral and Zhumu are now patched Apple informed us that it has sent out a silent security update to Macs to remove software that was automatically installed by RingCentral and Zhumu. These video conferencing apps both used technology from Zoom — they’re essentially white labels — and thus they also had Zoom’s security flaws. Specifically, they installed secondary pieces of software that could take commands from websites to open up your webcam in a video conference without your intervention. Even uninstalling those apps wouldn’t remove that secondary web server, which would mean that many users wouldn’t get the software vendors’ updates fixing the issue. That means Apple is best positioned to remove the offending software, and it is. Apple intends to fix the issue for all of Zoom’s partner apps. Yesterday, these additional issues arose from further research into Zoom’s partner apps, but the larger problem of Zoom installing a secondary web server that could potentially be insecure began with a zero-day disclosure on July 8th. Since then, Zoom itself has been scrambling to come to the right solution for users — including an about-face on whether such an update was even necessary in the first place. It ultimately decided that it was worth the update, but couldn’t remove software for users that had uninstalled its main app, which is why Apple had to step in. Apple issued its first silent patch to remove Zoom’s extra software on July 10th, and today’s update is essentially part of the same mitigation. The core issue stems from a change Zoom made to its video conferencing software to work around a security update Apple had made to Safari. Safari was recently updated in such a way that it required user approval to open up a third-party app, every time, and Zoom wanted to keep users from having to deal with that extra click. That required installing a web server that listened for calls to open up Zoom conferences. Combine that with the fact that it was common and easy for Zoom users to have their default set to have video on when joining a call, and it became possible for a malicious website with an iframe to open up a video call on your Mac with the camera on. Source
  13. Hi All, If you have like me some machine with Mediacenter for Windows10, don't install this update or you'll have a BSOD SERVICE SYSTEM EXCEPTION !! repair don't work, uninstall last update is impossible because the update is "suspended" BSOD appears on first reboot after the 30% installed if you don't have created a restore point before the update, only solution is to reinstall Windows after this, you have two choice, remove Media Center or don't install the update, This bug is confirmed by AS Woody and Martin Brickman https://www.askwoody.com/2019/reliable-reports-of-bluescreen-after-installing-win10-1809s-second-march-cumulative-update-kb-4490481/
  14. Kyle_Katarn

    DUMo 2.17

    DUMo Drivers Update Monitor Summary DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers! Features User-friendly driver updater Automatic detection of installed hardware Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback ? Internationalization support. History/Changelog Home Direct download link Download portable version
  15. The most recent cumulative update released for Windows 10 19H1 is causing issues for a feature that will be part of the final update due in the spring of 2019. Microsoft rolled out Windows 10 cumulative update KB4483214 for version 19H1 in December, but as it turns out, in addition to a series of improvements, it also comes with a bug breaking down Windows Sandbox. Also debuting in Windows 10 19H1, Windows Sandbox is a new feature that basically allows users to run applications in a closed environment, technically making it possible to protect data from any impact a malware infection would have on the system. Windows Sandbox works just like a traditional virtual machine, and is considered to be one of the main additions to the feature lineup of the 19H1 update. Remove the update to restore Windows Sandbox But due to cumulative update KB4483214, users can no longer launch Sandbox, and the only way to resolve the bug, for now, is to completely remove the patch. Several threads on the Microsoft Community forums, including this one, point to a dedicated file that would help remove and hide the cumulative update in Windows 10 19H1 to make sure no impact would be caused and Windows Sandbox would continue to run. Windows 10 19H1 is projected to launch in the spring of 2019, so issues like these aren’t by any means surprising at this point during the development stage. According to Microsoft’s typical release schedule, Windows 10 19H1 is scheduled to be finalized in March and then released to users beginning with April. Microsoft is still in the process of pushing Windows 10 October 2018 Update to devices across the world after the rollout resumed in November. The update is up for grabs right now as a manual download from Windows Update, while Windows 10 19H1 is exclusively available for insiders in the Fast ring. source
  16. Microsoft has stopped the spread of Windows Update 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) Microsoft has suspended the distribution of Windows 10 October 2018 Update to determine the reasons for deleting user files after the update. Earlier it was reported that when upgrading to version 1809, documents and other files in the profile can be deleted. On October 2, Microsoft announced that Windows Update 10 October 2018 Update is available for manual download. Users could install Windows 10 (version 1809) by manually checking for updates on Windows Update, as well as using the Media Creation Tool and the Windows 10 Update Assistant. Stopping the spread of Windows 10 October 2018 Update On October 6, all the official ways to manually upgrade to Windows 10 (version 1809) stopped working. When you try to check the update manually in Windows 10 (version 1803), by selecting Check for updates in the Options> Update and Security menu, the Update to Windows 10 function, version 1809 is not detected. When you run the Media Creation Tool version of the MediaCreationTool1809.exe utility, it reports that you need to download and run the latest version. After switching to the official website, the link “Download updated media creation tool” downloads the old version of the tool - MediaCreationTool1803.exe. A newer version of this tool is available. To continue, you need to download and run the latest version. The Windows 10 Upgrade Assistant when running on Windows 10 (version 1803) also reports that the latest version of the system is already installed on the computer. Thank you for upgrading to the latest version of Windows 10. The ability to download ISO images of Windows 10 October 2018 Update has also been removed from the official Microsoft website. Note: Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809) can be downloaded from official Microsoft servers using the Windows ISO Downloader utility and the TechBench by WZT service. Microsoft investigates file deletion incidents during an update. Microsoft officially confirmed the suspension of the update: We have suspended the deployment of Windows Update October 10, 2018 Update (version 1809) for all users, because we are studying individual reports that in some cases user files are deleted after the update. If you manually downloaded the Windows ISO image October 10, 2018 Update, please Do not install the system, but wait for the new installation files to appear. Earlier it was reported that when upgrading to Windows 10 October 2018 Update (version 1809), documents and other files in the user profile can be deleted.
  17. Maybe it's interesting to know what's going on with IPS in near future. Today was released the first beta.... IPS Community Suite 4.3.6 Beta 1 Released 08/29/2018 Key Changes This is a maintenance release to fix reported issues. Additional Information Source
  18. Any release names or links to images with the lastest updates? " The Rain" at Team OS does them but tags the system info..I could wipe them with a .reg but that defeats the point of a "clean" image. https://lookimg.com/image/fhx8m
  19. Despite a 'no builds' call for the week, Microsoft today released Windows 10 build 17677 to Insiders on the Fast ring, introducing some minor new features, most of which have to do with the Edge browser. It's from the Redstone 5 development branch, meaning that it's a preview for the next feature update to Windows 10 that's due to arrive this fall. But along with the new features comes fixes, improvements, and known issues. Here's the list of what got fixed and improved: And here are the known issues: Once again, there's also a separate list of known issues that have to do with Sets and Office integration: If you're not happy with the known issues, make sure to check back on June 22, when Microsoft will kick off its next Bug Bash. To install today's build, head over to Settings -> Update & security -> Windows Update -> Check for updates. If you're not on the Fast ring yet, go to the Windows Insider Program tab and click 'Get started'. Source
  20. Platform: XP | Vista | 7 | 8 | 10 License: Free Home Page: Not Available Description: The ContextBerry tool will give you quick access to some useful features for system adjustment. File Extensions - Show and hide file extensions Hidden All Files - Show and hide all (hidden and protected system files) Windows Update - Stop or run a Windows Update service Speak Text - Speaks the text currently in the clipboard Sound Switch - Set a default device between headphones and speakers Start Screensaver - Launch your current screensaver. If you did not set the screensaver to default, the command will not be executed. Turn Off LCD - Monitor Sleep Control Panel - Open Control Panel Download: ContextBerry.exe (1.2 MB)
  21. POSTER NOTE: I found this article concerning a problem with Windows 10 update and RDP and mapped drives. I don't run Windows 10 so I don't know how prevalent the problem is, but here is one solution that was found for it. This guy is a professional tech support person and has provided valuable information on fixes for various windows problems over the years. PROBLEM I own two computers that automatically upgraded to Windows 10 17134.1, dubbed the 'April 2018 Update'. Ever since the upgrade to 17134.1, my remote desktop (RDP) and mapped network drives no longer work. Also when I click on File Explorer -> Network to view my shares, it says it can't find the computer on the network. It's strange because I can access computer A from computer B, but not the other way around. I have been trying to fix this for over 3 days now and no one on the Internet seems to have a solution. Can you please help me with your remote desktop support service? " SOLUTION I connected with Robert using my remote support service. Below I'll describe how I went about troubleshooting this issue. How to Fix: Windows 10 April Update: RDP, Mapped Drives Broken For the record, the remote desktop (RDP), mapped drives, network shares and printer shares are all related to the same issue because they rely on resolving an UNC path (computer name) to an IP address. If this mechanism is broken, then any associated service you use - whether it's RDP, file and print sharing, mapped drives, etc won't work. The main issue Robert wanted solved first was remote desktop, so I started there. I looked at the remote desktop settings on both machines via the System Properties -> Advanced settings. Both machines had remote desktop protocol (RDP) connections turned off - I am not sure how this happened, though I suspect this setting got flipped during the Windows 10 April 2018 upgrade. Here's what strange: even though this setting was set as "disabled" on both machines, I was still able to remote desktop into his second machine. At any rate, I set the remote desktop to "enabled" on both machines and RDP but it still would not resolve the computer name. It's important to note that whenever you have issues where you can connect to one machine but not the other - whether it's a network share or remote desktop, you should temporarily disable the firewall on both machines to see if it helps. In this case, the computer names (UNC paths) still would not resolve on the network. That said, I was able to remote desktop into Robert's machines using IP addresses of either machine. That is a well known system administration 'trick' if resolving UNC paths does not work and you need to access a machine. I researched this issue on Google and was not able to find any relevant suggestions, though I remembered an issue I had with OpenVPN not working properly with UNC paths when I had IPv6 enabled. I decided to disable IPv6 and network shares worked again, meaning RDP and mapped drives, printer shares, etc would work as well. Problem solved for now - at least until Microsoft can fix it properly. Robert said he had mixed success in the past 3 days where his network shares would work one day and not the next. I suggested to him it was likely a cached setting with IPv6 and IPv4 conflicting. With IPv6 disabled, this should no longer be an issue, though if it happens again I set both his computers with a static IP address. That way, accessing the systems using an IP will be easier to remember (if needed). Source
  22. The next Windows 10 update is set to arrive on Monday, April 30. Most Windows updates are pretty boring affairs, consisting mainly of security and reliability tweaks, but next week Windows 10 users will get some interesting new features including the ability to go back in time. The focus of the update is time and the efficient use of it. The first new feature is called Timeline, and it allows you to go back in time up to 30 days to find your unfinished stuff. By that, Microsoft means anything you do using Microsoft Edge or Office 365 on your Windows 10 PC, iOS, or Android device while logged in to a Microsoft account. If you are part way through an online order, or wrote a document on your smartphone and want to finish it on your PC, Timeline is meant to make searching for and accessing that content seamless across devices. The ability to retrieve stuff up to 30 days in the past is a nice added feature. Next up is Focus Assist, which is all about removing distractions when trying to work or relax. With Focus Assist turned on in Windows 10, all social media updates and notifications in general will be muted. When turned off, a summary of what you missed is presented as a quick recap to see if you care. It's also possible to automatically turn Focus Assist on for regular periods of the day when you don't want to be distracted. Microsoft Edge is also receiving new features which aren't exactly new. Audio can now be muted per tab by clicking an audio icon, there's a full-screen distraction-free reading mode for web pages, e-books, and PDFs, and Edge will offer to save your address and payment details securely for easier online shopping. You'll also see a new Grammar Tools button, which can help with text comprehension by breaking down words on a page into syllables as well as highlighting nouns, verbs, and adjectives. Finally, we have improved voice control in two forms. The first is Cortana, which once the April 2018 update is installed can control your smart home if compatible devices are present. Smart home appliances from ecobee, Honeywell, and Nest should all carry out the commands you give them via Cortana. Then we have Dictation, which has been much improved for recording your thoughts. Pressing Win+H allows you to talk and everything you say is written down. Microsoft is confident everyone will be impressed with how accurate Dictation has become. If your Windows 10 computer seems to be working harder than usual on Monday, that's probably the April 2018 Update downloading and installing in the background. It may not happen until later in the week, though. Source
  23. Hello everyone, I'm thinking about changing my laptop hard drive to SSD as this is the age of SSD now. Now, my concern is that, my laptop came pre-installed with Windows 10 Professional & I have an OS recovery DVD but it's older version. I'm stuck here with the activation process, as repository threads are removed now, which I'm not. And I don't wish to recover from the original DVD, because I've to update again my whole operating system, which will be a waste of both time & bandwidth. I have the latest ISO of Windows 10 & I'll be installing from it. My question is, will the OEM product key automatically slipstream to the OS if I install the latest version & activate itself over internet or I have to insert a product key separately & activate it? Please help.
  24. Intel has released a new integrated graphics (GPU) driver bumping the version up to The driver is compatible with Apollo Lake, 6th, 7th, and 8th generation processors and comes with game optimizations. The driver introduces a new feature with the ability to automatically configure game settings for Intel Graphics on 6th Gen Core Processors or higher (including systems with 8th Gen Core Processors with Radeon RX Vega M Graphics). To find the new setting, look for the ‘Gaming icon’ in the Graphics Control Panel. The feature is still in beta, so game availability and functionality is limited. Intel is also looking for feedback on the new feature, which you can provide here. The driver and new automatic configuration adds support for the following games: Age of Empires: Definitive Edition Launch Driver Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age HD Launch Driver Battlefield 1 Battlefield 4 American Truck Simulator Call of Duty WWII Destiny 2 DOTA 2 Grand Theft Auto V League of Legends Overwatch World of Tanks In addition, Intel notes the following changes and enhancements with this driver: Enhanced performance of graphics workloads for 6th Gen Core processors or higher with intelligent power management under maximum load. Improved performance in video encoding for all codecs. Power saving optimizations during video playback and UHD gaming is now available on all 7th Gen Core processors and higher. You can check out the full release notes and download the driver using the links below. Download: Share: https://downloadmirror.intel.com Code: /27484/a08/win64_15.65.3.4944.exe Release Note Share: https://downloadmirror.intel.com Code: /27484/eng/ReleaseNotes_15.65.3.4944.pdf Source: Intel + list of supported devices
  25. We've all been there. When Windows 10 is trying to download and install a big update, it takes a long time, and sometimes you'll have to shut down or reboot your PC before it's finished. Once you boot back up, you'll find an error message in Windows Update with a 'Retry' button, and it's time to start the process over. But according to a report from Windows Central's Andy Weir, that's all about to change. Soon, you'll be able to resume the download/install process, instead of starting from scratch. This is good news for just about everyone. Many users have slower connections and older PCs that would take longer to install these updates, but even those with fast connections might find themselves traveling and on slow hotel Wi-Fi, which might disconnect from time to time. The news came from Windows Insider head Dona Sarkar, and she wasn't specific about when this feature will actually be available. But the good news is that, at some point, if you have to throw your laptop in your bag while an update is still at 50% downloaded, it will still be at 50% when you open the device back up. Source
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