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    PATCH WATCH By Susan Bradley Tomorrow is the tax-filing deadline in the US. It’s not the time to be installing updates, especially since we’re still a
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    Susan Bradley Patch Lady/Prudent patcher

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      Although I’m still no fan of Windows 10, I’ve found Win 10 21H2 to be my preferred version of Win 10 from a stability and “works with most things I touch” standpoint.  There were changes in 22H2 that continued to dumb down the user interface and that created compatibility issues in a few of my networked environments.  I’m a computer consultant and work across a wide range of system configurations.

      Since I never load optional updates anyway, realistically, what do I lose by sticking with 21H2 after June?  Does “out of support” mean no more security updates?  If so, this 18 month forced update model continues to underwhelm me on many levels.

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      Refering to Juice Jacking. Use a power bank to charge from public connection – then do your phone.

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      I do Patch Management through my RMM, and it is still showing the Win10 22H2 update as “Severity is Optional” and is not automatically installing it. I believe this severity level is driven by Microsoft. Does anyone know when M$ will change the level to Recommended?

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