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Microsoft Cummulative Update Released for ALL Windows 10 Versions!

Yesterday, 07:42 PM

Posted by Corrine in Security & Networking
Microsoft has released a cumulative updates with non-security improvements and fixes for each of the released Windows 10 versions.   This update addresses an issue that may prevent access to some gov.uk websites that do not support HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) when using Internet Explorer 11 or Microsoft Edge.

See the KB articles listed below for your specific version of Windows 10:

1903 support.microsoft.com/help/4505057
1809 support.microsoft.com/help/4505056
1803 support.microsoft.com/help/4505064
1709 support.microsoft.com/help/4505062
1703 support.microsoft.com/help/4505055
1607 support.microsoft.com/help/4505052
1507 support.microsoft.com/help/4505051

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ClearOS matures

18 May 2019

Posted by sunrat in Bruno's All Things Linux
It's Time To Pay Attention To Intel's Clear Linux OS Project

Intel's ClearOS has reached v2.0. It now has a nice installer and looks more friendly for users. The performance tests are mostly quite impressive but personally I'm not a fan of its default DE which is Gnome. Hopefully the performance optimisations will filter to other distros.

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Windows 10 Won't Boot When Using System Restore After Updating

17 May 2019

Posted by Corrine in All Things Windows
From Windows 10 Won't Boot When Using System Restore After Updating:


Microsoft says that a known issue will block Windows 10 from booting after trying to restore the system to a restore point created before installing a Windows 10 update.

The issue affects all Windows machines where system protection is turned on and a system restore point has been created prior to installing one or more Windows 10 updates.

When users try to restore the system after the Windows 10 updates have finished installing, the system will not be restored and, instead, "the computer experiences a Stop error (0xc000021a)" and, after restarting the computer, the system will not be able to return to the Windows desktop.

Windows Support article with workaround:  You cannot restore the system to a restore point after you install a Windows 10 update

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