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Windows 8 Pro Image With The Cumulative Update Patch Included?
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Every keystroke by the Win 10 users is sent back to M$'s servers. And of course the real time saver is that on Linux, the updater can give you not just system updates but also updates for whatever software you may have installed yourself Windows 8.1 Update is a cumulative update to Windows 8.1, containing all the updates we have released for Windows 8.1, so if you install this update you do not need any always run sandboxed without the slightest problem.
BUT, I DON'T recommend to buy any computer with linux pre-installed unless it comes from a secure and reliable source. so much easier than windows. Re:Fuck you, Micro$hit (Score:5, Insightful) by Z00L00K ( 682162 ) writes: on Saturday August 20, 2016 @03:20PM (#52739037) Homepage I really wonder if this would go well with major corporations since
Windows 7 has been patched so many times and it has been so long since they had a roll-up SP, that Windows Update is broken in its current form. It had been awhile since I'd done a 7 install, and boy how things have changed. Re: (Score:3, Informative) by fustakrakich ( 1673220 ) writes: They can't disable it if you have updates disabled in the first place.Make sure to check that occasionally. have linux mint as dual-boot but rarely use it.
They make their main income billions from scraping data from anywhere and anything."OK, G, you scrape my emails and searches, now please scrape my home PC too." Reply A or B, You're big enough to get concessions. It is like they have joined a cult.Just recently they told me that if Windows breaks, MS is obligated to fix it fast because all the rich companies use Windows. Choose Ubuntu. :) Reply buck October 11, 2016 at 12:04 pm # Ubuntu users have minor privacy concerns of their own (ships with a key logger), but they pale into insignificance
Take that however you wish. How long until... (Score:2) by erp_consultant ( 2614861 ) writes: the monthly patch includes Windows 10 - whether you want it or not? Methinks things are going on behind the covers of IE even with the Catalog.There's some alarm bells for ya!Now, where did the dog put my tinfoil hat! Published 05/19/16 DID YOU KNOW?Prior to its demolition in 2012, a massive apartment complex in Greenland, known as Blok P, housed approximately 1% of the entire country's population.
installing an extra real-time antivirus layer; 3. We appreciate your feedback. It took me a while to slipstream these patches the correct way using DISM, because even after that WSUS was still trying to install them. I think not, (Score:2) by God of Lemmings ( 455435 ) writes: my friend Mr.
Reply buck October 11, 2016 at 11:47 am # I sceond the Manjaro recommendation.Best OS available right now. this contact form Microsoft has every right to go right out and FUCK ITSELF.... This computer has windows and it's ment that my mom keeps it, but don't expect me to buy anything else from MS... Would u rather use M$'s IE/Edge or Google's Chrome if u hv only this choice.? .
Microsoft is in the business of wringing every spare dime out of every source they can get. Depending on the update architecture (ARM, x86, x64), the update will range in size from about 300MB to about 700MB. I am sure the overall time and bandwidth saved will be well worth the initial download of these images. have a peek here Re: (Score:2) by epyT-R ( 613989 ) writes: 1.
old school, i guess. mount the install.wim (select the right image - I think it is image 1 )with dism. 4. It's a bad idea for Microsoft though.
An article I wrote last year, Microsoft Windows XP "end of life" [futurepower.net], makes the point that Microsoft fixed 319+828+459=1,606 bugs in Windows XP since Windows XP SP1 was released.
There's no excuse for this. This update collects all of the security patches for that month into a single update. Then your users should be educated, preventing the malware from being executed. echo %date% - %time%:: look for *.msu files ,,, echo dir %_package_folder%\*.msu dir %_package_folder%\*.msu for /r %_package_folder% %%a in (*.msu) do ( echo dism /logpath=%_dism_log% /image=%~dp0mnt\ /add-package=%%a dism /logpath=%_dism_log% /image=%~dp0mnt\ /add-package=%%a
for some people telemetry on windows 10 is something good, for others is bad... That seems like the solution. Database administrator? Check This Out In the olden days of XP, the AP team hosted copies of the patches on their servers until one day MS sent their legal hounds after them.
But, wait...there's probably more so be sure to follow me on Twitter and Google+. No idea.The article mentioned that there will be security-only rollups for enterprise customers. They repeatedly fail to installed. Since Windows is a dead option to them thanks to the horribleness which is Windows 10, and they refuse to support apples closed hardware system.
That does not make sense. palemoon browser so not a constant fight and more like a pleasant walk in the park. Then you have antivir Re: (Score:2) by Sarten-X ( 1102295 ) writes: A quick check of my WSUS server (covering Win7, Server 2012, Server 2012 R2, and Office 2013) shows 6600 WD/MSecurity Essentials do not need updates, apart when the OS is modified and prevents their interaction.
That does not make sense.It makes a certain sense. Reply Parker Lewis October 10, 2016 at 6:34 pm # If you intend not to update Windows, make sure to block ads and trackers thoroughly. The choices are rather grim, as I don't want to forego security updates. With a single download, you can install the hundreds of updates at once.
Patch Tuesday: Time to use the Flame-retardant Windows Update client All times are GMT -5. kalmly October 10, 2016 at 4:16 pm # I tried - and failed - to update my Win7 computer before MS's newest invasion begins. Microsoft's now changing the way updates are delivered for Windows 7 and 8.1. You will want to make sure at least one cycle of Windows Update online is also performed after installing the ISO based updates so that any that have been revised since
Despite using delta updates, they are so bloated on Windows 10.