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WINDOWS 10 FALL CREATORS EDITION

Windows 10 Fall Creators edition was released on October 17, 2017. First is the updated Photo app. It has been improved to better organize your photos and editing needs. There’s a new feature called Story Remix that makes it a breeze to throw together a few pictures and video clips for those post-vacation slideshows. It also …

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WINDOWS 10 KB4041676

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Windows 10 KB4041676 was released on October 10, 2017. Lots of fixes as Microsoft gets ready to roll out the fall Creators Edition next week. This update managed to mangle Origin forcing us to uninstall it and install it over make it work properly. Bluetooth sync with a Garmin Vivofit 2 stopped working.  

WINDOWS 10 KB4040724

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Windows 10 KB4040724 was released on Monday September 25, 2017. Build 15063.632 fixes cellular connectivity problems fixes a problem with Edge For some peculiar reason, older updates have disappeared from the update history. The microsoft KB article was basically empty. A large csv file with the changes was available and that is all. This is likely due …

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WINDOWS 10 FALL CREATORS UPDATE CHANGES

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Microsoft has now announced that the Fall Creators update will being to be rolled out on October 17, 2017. Microsoft is cleaning up some old baggage with Windows 10 at long last. HDR updated and disabled by default. The TPM management is being replaced. 3D Building is now moved to the Store. Mitigation Toolkit is …

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WINDOWS 10 KB4038788

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This update on September 12, 2015 made a few changes that did not all make their way into the manuals. WIndows 10 Cumulative update: KB4038788 Build 15063.608 For some peculiar reason, older updates have disappeared from the update history. Security updates to Microsoft Graphics Component, Windows kernel-mode drivers, Windows shell, Microsoft Uniscribe, Microsoft Edge, Device Guard, Windows …

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WINDOWS 10 ONEDRIVE DROPS FAT32

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OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud service for sharing photos and documents. Recently Microsoft dropped support for FAT32 and now requires NTFS for hosting OneDrive local copies. We noticed this with our HP Stream 7. We use a microSD card for supplemental storage and the default format for 32GB is FAT32. If you need to change to …

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AMD RYZEN & WINDOWS 10

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We have seen several reports recently that Windows 10 does run well on some AMD Ryzen platforms. We believe it could be some driver issues for motherboards and the processor. WIndows 8.1 seems to work better with some motherboards. Windows 10 Creators Edition may work on some. It seems to be hit or miss with …

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CONTENT CREATION TOOLS & DX12

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Steam distributes Blender and Autodesk distributes 3D Studio, Maya and AutoCAD. These tools are the most widely used ones for creating 3D game worlds. Blender is open source and it has a large community of contributors. Many game studios have used Blender successfully. DX12 uses multiple GPU cards to manage rendering and this makes it …

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WINDOWS CUMULATIVE UPDATES

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Microsoft has accelerated the update releases to about every 2 weeks as they work to fix all the issues remaining with the most recent Creators Update. Each of the updates contain hundreds of fixes. Older versions of Windows sometimes used update rollups. This makes it easier for fresh installs to be patched more quickly.. Microsoft …

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INTEL CLOVER TRAIL AND WINDOWS 10

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Intel and Microsoft has indicated that machines using the Intel Atom processors code named Clover Trail will not be able to run Windows 10 creators update or above. Intel® Atom™ processor Z25XX series are the affected product numbers. Clover Trail processors are made on the 32nm process line. Clover Trail was marketed in 2012 before being replaced …

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