KB5023773 Windows 10 19042.2788, 19044.2788, and 19045.2788 Win Update

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    Windows 10 and windows insider
       #20

    lnstalled
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  2. Posts : 23,180
    Win 10 Home ♦♦♦19045.4291 (x64) [22H2]
       #21

    RingTailCoon said:
    Lemme guess, going to Linux?


    No. The song was Ode to Windows 10... NOT... Ode to Windows.


    I would have switched to Linux long ago, if they had written it in English.
    But nooooo... Linux has to be like a command line OS. LOL
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  3. Posts : 1,750
    Windows 10 HOME 64-BIT
       #22

    Ghot said:
    No. The song was Ode to Windows 10... NOT... Ode to Windows.


    I would have switched to Linux long ago, if they had written it in English.
    But nooooo... Linux has to be like a command line OS. LOL
    NOT TRUE! I dabbled with Linux before and it's NOT ALL command-line! You can also download a LOT what you need in the store which is included.
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    Win 10 Home ♦♦♦19045.4291 (x64) [22H2]
       #23

    RingTailCoon said:
    NOT TRUE! I dabbled with Linux before and it's NOT ALL command-line! You can also download a LOT what you need in the store which is included.

    I've dabbled in Linux as well. Not a fan.
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  5. Posts : 15,480
    Windows10
       #24

    RingTailCoon said:
    Lemme guess, going to Linux?
    Why do you say that when @Ghot is obviously referring to Windows 11?

    "Other than a few stupid GUI changes in Windows 11 (which are pretty much reversible), there isn't much point in Windows 10, anymore."

    Although I and Ghot often have (friendly) differences of opinion, I 100% agree with him on this one.

    Windows 10 is now in a technical evolutionary cul-de-sac and is slowly dying. Of course, if your pc is not Windows 11 compatible, it makes sense to remain on W10 whilst W10 is still supported.

    Once support ends, I will probably move my older incompatible (backup) laptop to W11 assuming MS do not entirely block the running of W11 on old pcs. Updates will be a bit tricker, requiring isos and doing in place upgrades, but better than running an insecure W10 thereafter.
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  6. Posts : 1,254
    Windows 8.1, Win10Pro
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    RingTailCoon said:
    NOT TRUE! I dabbled with Linux before and it's NOT ALL command-line! You can also download a LOT what you need in the store which is included.
    I won't get into a Linux-vs-Windows debate (as they are pretty much a waste of time), but I have been using Linux distros daily for well over 10 years and while SOME of it still needs command-line work, the GUIs are getting better all the time, as is the hardware detection. My latest two distros of Mint and Ubuntu have detected all my new hardware without issue, unlike older distros that needed command-line patching.

    But ... you still have to learn new apps to continue doing the same work as in Windows and for most folks, that is not time they want to spend.
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  7. Posts : 210
    Windows10
       #26

    I experienced 25 - 30% cpu for about 20 minutes directly after boot; culprits were wuauserv and appxsvc.
    This wasn't there before. Uninstalled, problem gone.
    EDIT I reinstalled seems to be OK now
    Last edited by davexnet; 27 Mar 2023 at 00:14.
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  8. Posts : 235
    Win10 Pro 64 BIT
       #27

    Done deal......
    KB5023773 Windows 10 19042.2788, 19044.2788, and 19045.2788-winver22h2.jpg
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  9. Posts : 28
    W10 Pro 64-bit
       #28

    Update inastalled and PC crashed - not possible to repair.


    Friday 24 March in evening I saw the screen with something like let us show you what is new or how windows 10 works or whatever, indicating that update installation was ready. I stopped that screen, and shortly thereafter stopped the PC.

    Saturday morning started the PC: during the startup with the bios texts, there were short vertical lines through the text. Then it got as far as the first appearance of the windows logo and then it restarted etc. Finally it asked if it can repair windows. Tried, no success, stuck in that loop. Few times hard restart, nothing. Finally, with help of internet searches, managed to get into this blue admin page with options to repair and advance options etc. Tried everything but no results.

    Going back to earlier functional windows showed me ONE option of September 2021, no options to roll this update back or any recent points.

    I am now trying to get the last non-windows data from that disk and then try repair through USB drive or complete clean reinstall.

    To be clear, I cannot get into Windows at all, so any advice like safe mode or whatever does not work, cannot get there.

    I saw one remark on internet somebody explaining that he got info update was ready, restarted and get stuck in a similar way because actually the updating was not ready yet. MAybe this happened here as well? Program in the middel of switching from one version to the enxt, and cannot go forward or backward?

    Any idea how to solve this?

    I run an old but still very good self-built system. Built in 2012 for video editing, with 16gb RAM, Intel i7 CPU and good video card. OS, video work, and daily work on 3 SSD's, to large HDDs for data backup.
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  10. Posts : 1,750
    Windows 10 HOME 64-BIT
       #29

    Robo said:
    Friday 24 March in evening I saw the screen with something like let us show you what is new or how windows 10 works or whatever, indicating that update installation was ready. I stopped that screen, and shortly thereafter stopped the PC.

    Saturday morning started the PC: during the startup with the bios texts, there were short vertical lines through the text. Then it got as far as the first appearance of the windows logo and then it restarted etc. Finally it asked if it can repair windows. Tried, no success, stuck in that loop. Few times hard restart, nothing. Finally, with help of internet searches, managed to get into this blue admin page with options to repair and advance options etc. Tried everything but no results.

    Going back to earlier functional windows showed me ONE option of September 2021, no options to roll this update back or any recent points.

    I am now trying to get the last non-windows data from that disk and then try repair through USB drive or complete clean reinstall.

    To be clear, I cannot get into Windows at all, so any advice like safe mode or whatever does not work, cannot get there.

    I saw one remark on internet somebody explaining that he got info update was ready, restarted and get stuck in a similar way because actually the updating was not ready yet. MAybe this happened here as well? Program in the middel of switching from one version to the enxt, and cannot go forward or backward?

    Any idea how to solve this?

    I run an old but still very good self-built system. Built in 2012 for video editing, with 16gb RAM, Intel i7 CPU and good video card. OS, video work, and daily work on 3 SSD's, to large HDDs for data backup.
    You stopped that screen, so you quitted the installation of the update halfway?
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