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    Microsoft’s most recent “feature release,” better known as Version 1903, received its very first patch — and it’s optional! What’s apparently fixed is
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    • #1766804

      I disabled remote on my XP VM years ago, Susan (if I cannot fix my own system, then no one can; don’t want to sound arrogant, but that’s what I feel about my systems).  That said, I did patch (thanks Woody for the head’s up) my XP VM.

      As for 1903, I’ll wait until Win10 forces me to do so.  Last time, after 6 months, I forced last years Fall update in April (figured it was time) so I’ll do the same this time as well (may not update at all if it doesn’t get pushed; finally alright with the Fall Update).   lol


    • #1769505

      so far no serious problems with Win10 v1903 on two of my PCs, even with the KB4497935 update installed.

    • #1774694

      I’ve Upgraded 8 Notebooks and 9 Desktops to Win10 Version 1903 followed by updating to the latest Build 18362.145, no problems but most are not running many third-party/alternative programs yet [most have been rehabbed and available for sale or maybe give-away].

      Before you wonder "Am I doing things right," ask "Am I doing the right things?"
    • #1790252

      Remember that 32GB space required for 1903 ? Well, turns it is only OEM requirement.
      Users with 16/20GB can update to 1903 with no restrictions.
      Reserved storage will not be reserved when updating from current Windows 10 version.


      New disk space requirement for Windows 10, version 1903 applies only to OEMs for the manufacture of new PCs. This new requirement does not apply to existing devices. PCs that don’t meet new device disk space requirements will continue to receive updates and the 1903 update will require about the same amount of free disk space as previous updates.”

      Reserved storage sets aside disk space to be used by updates, apps, temporary files, and system caches. It improves the day-to-day function of your PC by ensuring critical OS functions always have access to disk space. Reserved storage will be enabled automatically on new PCs with Windows 10, version 1903 pre-installed, and for clean installs. It will not be enabled when updating from a previous version of Windows 10.


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