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    The update is for Windows 11 22H2

    Microsoft’s massive Windows 11 update, featuring Copilot AI, begins rolling out on September 26th!

    ..Microsoft says the upcoming Windows 11 update is “one of our most ambitious yet, bringing the power of Copilot and new AI powered experiences to apps like Paint, Photos, Clipchamp and more right to your Windows PC.”

    In total, there are 150 new features being introduced to Windows 11,..

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    • #2588780

      Note this is a “moments” release and I’ll have more info on how to control it.  It will be enabled by default in 23H2 (but controllable).

      Stay tuned.

      This will be in the preview release and then it rolls into the Second Tuesday security release.

      Susan Bradley Patch Lady/Prudent patcher

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    • #2590063

      I just allowed KB5030310 to update my Win11 and now I can’t open File Explorer, Control Panel, and This PC, icons on the desktop or from the “start” button. So I uninstalled it. What to do now, I don’t know. Am I the only one with this result?

      • #2590068

        Do you have any third party menu systems installed?  Remember I do NOT recommend the optional updates.

        Susan Bradley Patch Lady/Prudent patcher

        • #2590266

          I use Start 11 but uninstalling kb5030310 AND restoring a Macrium backup from the day before got me working again. I may be a paranoid but I always do a backup before any changes, software, updates, or just fooling around with things.

    • #2590173

      How to enable Copilot in EU


      …The reasons for the delayed market launch are the EU rules from the Digital Market Act (DMA) , explains Microsoft in a statement to DrWindows , which is now also available to ComputerBase. Specifically, it’s about the gatekeeper rules, which contain special requirements for market-dominant tech companies. Because the rules are new, the adjustments are still taking time…

      Although the copilot is not officially activated, the AI ​​assistant can be activated manually via the Run window (“Win+R” key combination). There, users must enter the command “microsoft-edge://?ux=copilot&tcp=1&source=taskbar”. The Copilot sidebar opens and you can activate or deactivate dark mode. However, there is no symbol in the taskbar, nor can you open the AI ​​assistant using the “Win+C” key combination…

      This command has to be run every time users want to run Copilot.
      A shortcut can be created to simplify launching Copilot.

    • #2590577

      Yes. I have the “preview” of that sitting in my WuMgr which I assume will transmorgrify into a real one in a half month or so. I’ll put it on toward the end of Oct when we go Defcon4. it will be fun learning how to turn it on and use it. I wonder if it will come with a “reset back to zero learning” setting because I sometimes do a whole bunch of stuff on my OS and then back it all off and wouldn’t want the OS AI to remember all that junk. Oh well! Fun. We’ll have to see how it goes, like all things MS!!! Taking frequent image backups (of all 6 MS partitions)(I use terabyte) would probably be a good idea, at least at the beginning.

      so far (1 day) it seems faster than 10. I use the very old “SI Meter” which sits up along the right side of my screen and tells me everything about what is going on – the cpu indicators are almost always idle unless I am really doing something, unlike 10, so, pleased, so far.

      I need to take another look at Will Fastie’s excellent article.

      Never put on a “preview” patch!

      - Thinkpad P15s Gen1 20T4-002KUS, i7-10510U, UEFI/GPT, 16GB, Sammy 500GB M.2.
      - Win 11 Pro 23H2 WU. HP laserjets M254dw & P1606dn, Epson 2480 scanner. External monitor Dell s3221QS for old games.

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