How to get the Windows 10 May 2019 Update version 1903

  1.    #1220

    You are right, W10 does do best with auto arranging RAM to what's needed for. Anything in RAM will react faster than if it had to do it from disks, even fastest SSDs. Wish I had enough RAM to keep everything in it. With 16GB of RAM I never found it short for anything. Unless really short on RAM page file will not present any slowdowns, it's tied up with DMA so it has own pipeline to RAM without bothering CPU. But if system has to page to disk a lot, that can tie up some CPU resources and in some cases noticeable slowdowns. For best performance, 1GB of RAM per core should be a minimum and 2GB per core some optimum unless there's some program(s) that can tie up a lot of RAM.
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  2. jimbo45's Avatar
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    Windows / Linux : Centos, Ubuntu, OpenSuse
       #1221

    Hi there
    Actually the best way if one has spare RAM would be for the I/O subsystem / file system (however poor the HDD's are) would be to reserve these blocks of spare RAM into large buffers for reading / writing I/O by re-blocking as large as possible.
    This should improve the I/O response of any computer as the I/O subsystem always does its business "in parallel" to other CPU activity -- I.e a decent OS tries to overlap I/O and CPU bound processes.

    Of course the danger here is that you could risk disk / file corruption as the I/O would still have to empty the buffers even after the application has "finished". That's why people should never remove I/O devices "on the fly" but use the "safe to remove hardware" notification.

    Exception here -- if at any time one gets a bit of Ransomware / notice popping up -- immediately power off (hard) don't do a soft shutdown and disconnect everything from the machine including the Internet. Then stand alone restore (with Internet not connected) from a clean backup. !! That fixes all those sleazebag scamsters!!

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  3. LEOPEVA64's Avatar
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    WINDOWS 10 Pro x64 builds 17763.529, 18898,18362.116
       #1222

    MCT has been updated to build 18362.239.
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  4.    #1223

    How did you verify that the MCT was updated?
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  5.    #1224

    HRPuffnstuff said: View Post
    How did you verify that the MCT was updated?

    See Full Details about a Windows 10 ISO file Installation & Upgrade:

    See Full Details about a Windows 10 ISO file
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  6. storageman's Avatar
    Posts : 734
    Windows 10 Pro 1903 18362.267
       #1225

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there
    Actually the best way if one has spare RAM would be for the I/O subsystem / file system (however poor the HDD's are) would be to reserve these blocks of spare RAM into large buffers for reading / writing I/O by re-blocking as large as possible.
    This should improve the I/O response of any computer as the I/O subsystem always does its business "in parallel" to other CPU activity -- I.e a decent OS tries to overlap I/O and CPU bound processes.

    Of course the danger here is that you could risk disk / file corruption as the I/O would still have to empty the buffers even after the application has "finished". That's why people should never remove I/O devices "on the fly" but use the "safe to remove hardware" notification.

    Exception here -- if at any time one gets a bit of Ransomware / notice popping up -- immediately power off (hard) don't do a soft shutdown and disconnect everything from the machine including the Internet. Then stand alone restore (with Internet not connected) from a clean backup. !! That fixes all those sleazebag scamsters!!

    Cheers
    jimbo
    Yes - HSM "Hierarchical Storage Management". Data is stored on a device based on its usage and physical size.

    1- High/Multiple access and small datasets reside in Real Memory (Backup to M2 devices)
    2- Small daily use data gets stored on M2's.
    3- Weekly/medium sized data is stored on SSD's
    4- Monthly/medium to large data gets stored on Rotating Disk
    5- Backup/Archive data goes straight to sequential TAPE.

    When data becomes stagnate, it is automatically moved to the next higher storage and vise versa.
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  7. Comp Cmndo's Avatar
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    Windows 10-Pro 64bit
       #1226

    LEOPEVA64 said: View Post
    MCT has been updated to build 18362.239.
    Verified. It is updated to 18362.239
    Can't say if it's fixed the USB bug.
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...for-windows-10

    There are threads in this forum that show a simple way to verify.

    part of products.xml file

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <MCT>
    <Catalogs>
    <Catalog version="1.3">
    <PublishedMedia id="" release="">
    <Files>
    <File id="">
    <FileName>18362.239.190709-0052.19h1_release_svc_refresh_CLIENTCHINA_RET_x64FRE_zh-cn.esd</FileName
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  8. Bree's Avatar
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    10 Home x64 (1903) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #1227

    Comp Cmndo said: View Post
    Verified. It is updated to 18362.239
    Can't say if it's fixed the USB bug.
    I can, I've tested it. Yes, it's fixed. With 18362.239 media I can now do an in-place upgrade using a USB.
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  10. banger's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x86 and x64 dual boot
       #1229

    I bought a new HP laptop today. It came with 1809 and I can confirm doing an in-place upgrade with USB drive works as expected. No problems getting to 1903.
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