My PC was ready for 2004 update, but now it isn't anymore.

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  1. Posts : 56,062
    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #51

    Bree said:
    There are a number of small improvements, but you have to look close to spot them. The big change is due when 2009 is released, that's when Chromium Edge is due to replace the old Edge.

    In 2004 a setting has been added to Windows security to allow turning on its PUA/PUP reputation based detection. No longer do you need a .reg file to do it.

    Also, the WiFi icons now more sensibly make it clear which connections are secure. Previously they just had a rather ambiguous shield with an exclamation mark indicating the open connections, now all secure connections show a padlock.

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    A lot of small improvements do not add up to a compelling reason to update though, at least not until the 'Optimise/Defrag' bug for SSDs is resolved.
    Nothing funny in your post, all technically good points. Was just thinking...... when I said "can't tell the difference", I was thinking of the wife. As long as it prints her shopping coupons and gets her to her growing list of online catalog stores, she's oblivious to anything else.
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  2. Posts : 165
    Windows 10 Home, 2004
    Thread Starter
       #52

    Just an update:
    After about two weeks of "not ready" for the 2004 update my PC suddenly became ready, again, this morning.
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  3. Posts : 26
    W10 Pro 20H2
       #53

    i also found (after 2 weeks) a new notification on my laptop: build 2004 for my machine is ready for
    download and installation. But i guess its better to wait a while before installing build 2004... ...it might still
    contain (too) many bugs.
    Last edited by LASERoneXzero; 19 Jul 2020 at 10:02. Reason: layout
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  4. Posts : 165
    Windows 10 Home, 2004
    Thread Starter
       #54

    LASERoneXzero said:
    i also found (after 2 weeks) a new notification on my laptop: build 2004 for my machine is ready for
    download and installation. But i guess its better to wait a while before installing build 2004... ...it might still
    contain (too) many bugs.
    Yeah, i'll wait too...
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  5. Posts : 1,503
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       #55

    Here's the Windows update message I hope to see soon ...

    My PC was ready for 2004 update, but now it isn't anymore.-features.png
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  6. Posts : 7,456
    Windows 10 Home 20H2
       #56

    I regret to say that that could be a fond hope.
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  7. Posts : 44
    WIN 10 PRO, Ver. 2004
       #57

    I wait 2 months b/4 doing any Version updates. But now, looks like a whole new upgrade in 2 years, after reading a previous post. lol Maybe I'll go over to the MS forum for any hub bub
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  8. Posts : 4,173
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Latest RP
       #58

    I wouldn't worry about the MS forum - they send people here when they don't know an answer, that is if they can't link to one of Shawn's tutorials
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  9. Posts : 44
    WIN 10 PRO, Ver. 2004
       #59

    @Baman.....lol probably right!
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  10. Posts : 12,429
    Win10 Version 21H2 Pro and Home, Win11 Pro
       #60

    I got a Vizio CA24t All-in-One Upgraded to Version 1909 [after getting the password removed] then tried for Version 2004, it has a problem twice and was no longer available so I Upgraded from the Bootable USB drive I had let MCT process create. It went fine and no driver issues. The machine is about 8 years old according to the user manual that was saved to the HDD. It has an i3 CPU, 4GB RAM and a 500GB HDD. It's a bit unique, has 2 HDMI ports for Input-only for devices like ODDs, only issue is the person that gave it to me lost the remote control for it, mouse and keyboard are Bluetooth. A difference from most All-in-Ones is the computer part is under the base versus being behind the display panel.
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