KB4532695 CU Win 10 v1903 build 18362.628 & v1909 build 18363.628 Win Update

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  1. Steve C's Avatar
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       #100

    Typical example of poor MS software engineering
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  2. RK1997's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 x64
       #101

    Haven't had any of those problems even in the newer update.
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  3. slicendice's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2 Build 19042.906 (Branch: Release Preview)
       #102

    Jacee said:
    Please read this article if you are suddenly having a few problems with your Windows 10:

    https://www.windowslatest.com/2020/0...532695-issues/
    Steve C said:
    Typical example of poor MS software engineering
    Typical example of OLD BIOS/EFI, and poor driver implementations! Not everything is MS fault. They're doing too many patches already because of the above reasons, and they should not have to do that.
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  4. krzemien's Avatar
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       #103

    slicendice said:
    Typical example of OLD BIOS/EFI, and poor driver implementations! Not everything is MS fault. They're doing too many patches already because of the above reasons, and they should not have to do that.
    Well, I read it in a slightly different way: how about NOT pushing aggressively feature updates to the devices that are not / will not be ready for them?

    Food for thought.
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  5. CountMike's Avatar
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       #104

    krzemien said:
    Well, I read it in a slightly different way: how about NOT pushing aggressively feature updates to the devices that are not / will not be ready for them?

    Food for thought.
    That would be extremely difficult, almost impossible with thousands of possible configurations and parts interactions.
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  6. krzemien's Avatar
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       #105

    Why is that? Isn't up to users to decide what version do they want to use? So they can use the version that does work and does not trip anything out of the blue?

    Alas! Do we need this multiple versions?

    (I can continue like that for some time, but these questions have been asked an no credible answers were provided...)

    For reference: My work Surface Laptop just only got updated to 1809 quite recently - and works absolutely fine, and did so in receding year with 1709 on-board. Seems this approach does work? And I really neither notice nor am aware at all of any of these 'must-have brand new features' added from 1709 onwards to 1909 inclusive...
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  7. stealth2920's Avatar
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    Win 10 Pro 64 bit
       #106

    RK1997 said:
    Haven't had any of those problems even in the newer update.
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  8. slicendice's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2 Build 19042.906 (Branch: Release Preview)
       #107

    krzemien said:
    Well, I read it in a slightly different way: how about NOT pushing aggressively feature updates to the devices that are not / will not be ready for them?

    Food for thought.
    Well...I've been litterally working on installing and upgrading hundreds of machines, all with different configurations, different brands and from different eras, the last 3 months and they've ALL worked perfectly with latest updates. Not even one device has had any issues what so ever.

    There's some food for though! ;-)
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