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WINDOWS 10 BUILD 17758.1

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Windows 10 build 17758.1 is a release candidate as Microsoft works towards release to manufacturing. General availability is now likely on update Tuesday in  October. Storage Sense has been updated which is one of the new features. It works by freeing up space on machines by moving some items to the cloud. Storage Sense is …

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WINDOWS 10 BUILD 17755.1

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Windows 10 build 17751.1 is an interim version of Windows as Microsoft works to stabilize the operating system for release to manufacturing. The last few releases have now changed to version 1809 which is redston 5 We fixed an issue resulting in slower resume from hibernation on certain devices in the last few flights. We …

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WINDOWS 10 BUILD 17754.1

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Windows 10 build 17754.1 is a interim release candidate as Microsoft gets Windows 1`0 version 1809 ready for release to manufacturing laster this month. This version like 17751.1  have no watermark and are not set to expire. That does not mean that this is the final RTM edition but rather its intended to be sure the …

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WINDOWS 10 BUILD 17751.1

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Windows 10 build 17751.1 is an interim version for debugging purposes. The version of Windows codenamed redstone 5 will be known as the October 2018 release as Microsoft is confident that they can have this release debugged adequately by then. We fixed a recent issue that could result in some flakey network connectivity (including networks …

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WINDOWS 10 KB4346783

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WIndows 10 KB4346783 applies to version 1803. Microsoft is now closer to getting the Redstone 5 release ready for distribution. Addresses an issue that causes the Wi-Fi EAP-TTLS (CHAP) authentication to fail if a user saves credential information before authentication. Addresses an issue in Microsoft Foundation Class applications that may cause applications to flicker. Addresses an issue …

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WINDOWS 10 BUILD 17746.1000

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Windows 10 build 17746.1000 has is a continuation with the debugging of Windows towards release. This release candidate is codenamed Redstone 5. Finally  fixed an issue in Windows Mixed Reality causing motion controllers to need to be re-paired after initial setup before appearing in the headset. If you still experience this, please file feedback in …

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WINDOWS 10 KB4346084

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Window 10 KB4346084 applies to Windows t0 version 1803. Intel recently announced that they completed their validations and have started to release microcode for recent CPU platforms that are related to Spectre Variant 3a (CVE-2018-3640: “Rogue System Register Read (RSRE)”), Spectre Variant 4 (CVE-2018-3639: “Speculative Store Bypass (SSB)”), L1TF (CVE-2018-3620, CVE-2018-3646: “L1 Terminal Fault”). In …

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WINDOWS 10 BUILD 17744.1001

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Windows 10 build 17744.1001 is an interim as Microsoft continues to debug Windows 10 for the expected fall 2018 release. We have noted that recent versions have been slower to install even using a SSD. Its advisable to use disk cleanup if you system is running short on space. Windows tends to accumulate a lot …

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WINDOWS 10 BUILD 17741.1000

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WIndows 10 build 17741.1000 is a n interim release as Microsoft continues to get Redstone 5 ready for general release. The clipboard memory size has been increased from 1MB to 4MB to accommodate larger DPI devices. Ultra high resolution panels are becoming more common. We suggest 32MB will be able to handle 8K panels adequately. …

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WINDOWS 10 KB4343909

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Windows 10 KB4343909 applies to version 1803. Windows 10 KB4343897 applies to version 1709. Windows 10 KB4343885 applies to version 1703. We recommend everyone use version 1803 which is the mainstream release. Version 1830 also has the mainstream feature updates expected to be delivered with the next release expected in the next couple of months. Microsoft’s telemetry servers are …

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