Category: white papers

EFFECTS OF MOVING FROM 8GB RAM TO 24GB RAM

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When we first setup Windows on the 2019 rig we only used 8GB of memory. Windows runs fine with 8GB of memory. A few days after we finished assembly  we upgraded the RAM to 24GB. The motherboard can support 64GB and that is not all that expensive anymore. See Cram it With RAM. …

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WINDOWS 10 KB4489899

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Windows 10 KB4489899 applies to 1809. Addresses an issue in Microsoft HoloLens with tracking and device calibration that has affected some users. You may notice improvement 10-15 minutes after installing this update, but we recommend resetting the holograms for best results.  Addresses an issue that may cause users to receive “Error 1309” while installing or …

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WINDOWS 10 KB4482887

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WIndows 10 KB4482887 applies to version 1809. This brings the build to 17763.348. No new features have been added to this updated. Enables “Retpoline” for Windows on certain devices, which may improve performance of Spectre variant 2 mitigations (CVE-2017-5715). Addresses an issue that may cause the Action Center to suddenly appear on the wrong side of the …

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WINDOWS 10 BUILD 18343

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WIndows 10 build 18343 is a fast ring release as Microsoft works to get the first release for manufacturing. In Build 18342, we announced that Windows Sandbox now supports configuration files. These files allow users to configure some aspects of the sandbox, such as vGPU, networking and shared folders. The problem with the I7-7700 …

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WINDOWS 10 BUILD 18342

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WIndows 10 build 18342 is a slow ring version as telemetry works to get the OS ready for general release. Intel i7-7700 users will not receive this build due to an issue in Connected Standby. This will be fixed for the next fast ring release. With today’s new build, some fixes that we can’t wait …

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NEW FEATURES FOR WINDOWS 10 19H1

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Microsoft has added a staggering number of new features in Windows 10. Many of which affect everyday experiences. The biggest improvement are the accessibility. Using a phone instead of a password is one easier way for those who cannot remember passwords or PINs easily. The Narrator is dramatically better than earlier accessibility efforts.

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WINDOWS 10 KB4487029

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Windows 10 KB4487029 applies to version 1803. This brings Windows to build 17734.619. We recommend you upgrade to version 1809 which has many security improvements. Enables media content to play e-learning content with plug and play USB adapter cables on Microsoft Edge. Ensures that windowed ActiveX content inside an iframe scrolls along with other page …

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WINDOWS 10 BUILD 18336

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Windows 10 build 18336 is a fast ring development version as Microsoft works to get the first release for first release for 2020. This is available for skip ahead for developers who need to have the new features early. The new tamper protection setting in the Windows Security app protects your device by helping to …

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WINDOWS 10 KB4487044

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Windows 10 KB4487044 applies to version 1809. This brings Windows to OS Build 17763.316. This release also contains updates for Microsoft HoloLens. Addresses an issue in Microsoft HoloLens that allows users to bypass the lock screen sign in process in some work flows. Security updates to Microsoft Scripting Engine, Microsoft Edge, Windows Server, the Microsoft JET Database Engine, …

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WINDOWS 10 BUILD 18334

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Windows 10 build 18334 is a new test version as Windows is reading for general release candidates. New builds are being distributed weekly for testing. BattleEye software (used by Fortnite, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and other popular games) does not work correctly with builds flighted to the Windows Insider Fast ring since December.  Microsoft is working on …

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