Actually "Patch Tuesday" is the 2nd and sometimes the 4th Tuesday!! Read the 2nd paragraph https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patch_Tuesday
I had a minor glitch with Reliability History not opening despite being clicked. Other than that though all good
Can't see NAS drives in your network on Windows 10? Here is the solution:
1/ run cmd as admin
2/ sc.exe config lanmanworkstation depend= bowser/mrxsmb10/nsi
3/ sc.exe config mrxsmb20 start= disabled
Restart and you are done!
I hope that fixes problems for you, it did for me.
I just updated my laptop with the new build. It looks major, having taken more than two hours from start to finish, including several restarts. As it restarted the final time, it threw some splash text across the screen about improvements and tweaks. But it didn't list any of these. Does anyone know what we can expect in terms of new features or improvement in others?
Nothing yet here (Central Europe)..
I think Cabby58 might be referring to the upgrade to 10586 rather than the cumulative update we are expecting. I don't think this cumulative update would take as long as that and do several restarts.
Windows 10 for PC may get two updates today to get to 10586.75
Read more: http://www.windowscentral.com/window...ay-get-1058675Microsoft may be readying not one but two OS updates today. Recently, we reported that build 10586.71 was being prepped for release today and over the weekend some eagle-eyed people even spotted it on Microsoft's servers.
Now, we hear that build 10586.75 may be pushed soon after the .71 update rolls out. This update would only apply to the PC release of Windows 10 for consumers.
As to why the staggered approach, we will leave that to the engineers. It is not clear if the update will come all at once or Microsoft will wait a few hours.
Not much is known about what is in either the .71 or .75 update, but new features are likely not on the table. Instead, much needed OS optimizations, performance improvements and all-around bug fixing are likely the big changes. The last minute inclusion of .75 – if it holds true – suggests some last minute bug fixing that was completed in time