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  1. Posts : 1,586
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       09 Apr 2016 #321

    I'm not so sure that converting ESD files to WIM or building ISOs from them is a problem any more than downloading ESDs or ISOs from Windows Download servers which have not been officially sanctioned to be open to the public. Once an individual has made this public knowledge, Microsoft could have put up security measures to ensure unauthorised access is prohibited - it has not.

    One finds such items in the Tutorials on Tenforums as using undocumented hacks like the obtaining and use of GenuineTicket.xml to perform non-upgrade activations, which is surely as tricky a situation as obtaining the ESDs. Microsoft could have stopped the effectiveness of this method with a simple change to the self-activation process, but they have not, so far.

    Once the genie is out of the bottle...

    ...why pretend that it isn't?
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    Windows IP 16199 Windows 14393.1198
       09 Apr 2016 #322

    dencal said: View Post
    Me neither...ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
    I'm glad that I'm not alone
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  3. Posts : 14,328
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       09 Apr 2016 #323

    Peggsie said: View Post
    I have Microsoft Quick Assist under all apps/Windows Accessories. It also is listed under manage optional features. I have the home version of build 14316. It is not in 10586 version 1511
    Thanks for the path to Quick Assist; it's right where you said it would be.
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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit; Windows 10 TP; KDE Neon
       09 Apr 2016 #324

    Joanne said: View Post
    Has the Registry Editor crashing been fixed? Can anyone who was facing this issue check it out?

    Glad that the sfc /scannow has been fixed.

    Thank you.
    Anyone on the Registry Editor crashing while searching for a non-existent value, please? Has this been fixed?

    Thank you.
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  5.    09 Apr 2016 #325

    I wonder why some people have it and some people don't.
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       09 Apr 2016 #326

    Rocky said: View Post
    I wonder why some people have it and some people don't.
    Have what, Rocky? If you're talking about Quick Assist, maybe difference between Home and Pro? Just a guess.
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  7.    09 Apr 2016 #327

    Rocky said: View Post
    I wonder why some people have it and some people don't.
    It's all about where people are in the update queue I guess.
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  8.    09 Apr 2016 #328

    I'm sorry, I'm talking about quick assist. I don't have it and I am running the Home Edition.
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  9.    09 Apr 2016 #329

    Fafhrd said: View Post
    Thanks, I wonder why, Ubuntu is x86 and x64, and developers still use x86
    What's more I was hopeful of showing off 4 consoles, but one's still missing:
    Attachment 73776
    32-bit x86-architecture computing is going the route that 8-bit and then 16-bit computing took (the extinction route)... Even 3d cards today come with more ram on board--4GB-8GB(!)--than a 32-bit machine can directly address. Back when AMD released x86-64, Intel was still trying to sell Itanium to the world and the company actually ran ads that said "You don't need 64-bits on the desktop!" (A fact.) That's when Intel's answer to AMD's A64 architecture was the original 32-bit-only Core family of cpus (Which came after Intel cancelled further production of its original Pentium line of cpus, because they could not compete with AMD's A64 cpus. Current "Pentiums" are Core/2 cpus with the Pentium label affixed.)

    You can thank Intel for the fact that 32-bits is even supported to the extent it is today. Today, of course, Intel sells far more Core 2 x86-64 cpus than anything else (Itanium being perpetually on life support), and it's all thanks to AMD cross-licensing x86-64 to Intel long years ago. In recent years, though, Intel has beaten AMD at its own game by developing a faster x86-64 cpu than AMD. That may be about to change again with AMD releasing its Zen architecture x64 cpus later this year, purportedly with huge performance gains that will match or exceed the performance of Intel's i7 cpu line. We shall see--competition is good for the soul, good for the market, and good for the consumer, imo.
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  10.    09 Apr 2016 #330

    Slightly OT sorry for that
    The messages by Cliff and Jeff got deleted.What should I make of it
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