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  1. magilla's Avatar
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       #50

    larc919 said:
    And change their historic internal setup totally? I don't think so.
    I like this — a great synopsis!
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  2. slicendice's Avatar
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       #51

    I was just gonna update Windows to this version, but the nice people at Microsoft had already done that for me. Had to run winver to realize this.

    Nice!
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  3. larc919's Avatar
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       #52

    I was thinking Microsoft might decide to jump the gun and release 20H2 today, but apparently not since the usual flight time has passed.
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  4. jimbo45's Avatar
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       #53

    Hi there
    If they are releasing this then they need to do it fairly quickly - otherwise even their "Skewed" naming system will be wrong -- they'll have to release 21H1 version then surely. While technically 20H2 can mean all of the second half of 2020 - up to Dec 31 - that would normally mean that a release would be made end of Aug / or September. Late October or even later just doesn't seem right.

    But currently events at Ms seem to be absolutely F.U.B.A.R really big time now -- the various teams might just as well be in different galaxies - not even on parts of the same planet judging by the way inter departmental communication and global company strategy seems to be working (or not working !!)

    Cheers
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  5. slicendice's Avatar
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       #54

    Those namings are just for reference as target dates for completed builds. They can release 20H2 in 2025 for all we care. It's done when it's done and that means major bugs are fixed and it's fairly safe to run.

    EDIT: ...besides, 20H2 is fairly stable already. Does not take long before it will be released. Been running the thing for a while already.
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  6. jimbo45's Avatar
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       #55

    slicendice said:
    Those namings are just for reference as target dates for completed builds. They can release 20H2 in 2025 for all we care. It's done when it's done and that means major bugs are fixed and it's fairly safe to run.

    EDIT: ...besides, 20H2 is fairly stable already. Does not take long before it will be released. Been running the thing for a while already.
    Hi there
    I agree that this release seems the most stable one and with the least number of defects that I've had for ages -- no problems with it except for one that was entirely the "beloved USER error" -- totally my fault.

    Cheers
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  7. larc919's Avatar
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       #56

    jimbo45 said:
    I agree that this release seems the most stable one and with the least number of defects that I've had for ages -- no problems with it except for one that was entirely the "beloved USER error" -- totally my fault.
    3 desktops are operating great with the fall update, but it does seem to have slowed down my old laptop some. But that's probably age and too many updates without a clean install. I intend to remedy the latter when Microsoft releases the 20H2 ISO and hope it offsets some effects of the former.
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  8. Posts : 1,420
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       #57

    slicendice said:
    Those namings are just for reference as target dates for completed builds. They can release 20H2 in 2025 for all we care. It's done when it's done and that means major bugs are fixed and it's fairly safe to run.

    EDIT: ...besides, 20H2 is fairly stable already. Does not take long before it will be released. Been running the thing for a while already.
    well MS will have to release the "final" 20H2 ISOs first to MSDN/MVS subscribers before 20H2 gets officially released to the general public, which of course has not happened yet

    jimbo45 said:
    they'll have to release 21H1 version then surely.
    very unlikely there will be a 21H1 release for normal Win10 users, jimbo45
    seems that 21H1 will be for a Win10X release and then a 21H2 release for normal Win10 editions, according to this ZDNet article
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  9. Josey Wales's Avatar
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       #58

    erpster4 said:
    well MS will have to release the "final" 20H2 ISOs first to MSDN/MVS subscribers before 20H2 gets officially released to the general public, which of course has not happened yet



    very unlikely there will be a 21H1 release for normal Win10 users, jimbo45
    seems that 21H1 will be for a Win10X release and then a 21H2 release for normal Win10 editions, according to this ZDNet article
    This would be a good thing for for all concerned.
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  10. Brink's Avatar
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