Discussion in 'Windows & Other Software' started by Glaucus, Sep 30, 2014.
No it doesn't but it still starts rolling out to early adopters.
Noticed a few updates have been released in the past few weeks.
Only update i had since the last Patch Tuesday, was that Optional one, to fix the problems the Patch Tuesday one brought.
KB4515384 has been released for 1903 users, which includes Cortana and search fixes:
September 10, 2019—KB4515384 (OS Build 18362.356)
Just installed, along with the other 2x (a Security fix for Flash, and another one for the .NET Framework), and all seems to be fine, no issues with the search, and my CPU usage is normal.
One thing i did notice though, there was no Malicious Software Removal Tool this month (the KB890830).
I noticed something very interesting about yesterday Patch Tuesday updates.
Before the updates, I thought my CPU usage around 30% while opened 25 Edge tabs and 50% memory were normal all the time.
Now after the updates, opened Microsoft Store and 25 Edge tabs to caught up I missed since last week as I was cared very ill mother with bad gallbladder.
I noticed my CPU usage now used only just 1-3% and 29% memory. Look like the updates fixed CPU and RAM leaks.
Is that due to the change over to Chromium? (if you are running preview).
Few reports this morning about one of the patches completely breaking the Start Menu in 1903.
Anyone else not getting a menu when they right click on a app icon in the task bar?
That might the tip of the iceberg if these highlights are correct:
KB4515384 already has some weird bugs
Update error 0xe0000100
Start Menu and Search still don’t work for many
BSOD and USB errors after updating to KB4515384
Latency issues after installing the update
Nvidia graphics card problems
lol, good old Microsoft.
please tell me i didnt get that update yet... that is all i need right now
I'm at the point of completely blocking updates for our users because I don't trust MS to get anything right anymore.
How long will it be before they release an update that completely wrecks computers, takes down multiple businesses and ends up in a mass lawsuit?
I don't know if it is a general trend but they are slowly taking steps to move us over to Linux at work - shifting away dependency on Office, older applications being rewritten so as to be accessed via a web-browser rather than Windows specific client, etc. albeit I think there was a bit of bad luck involved with the timing as one of the trials was during the period when there was activation issues but they haven't had good results at work trialling a wholesale update of the estate to Windows 10.
Also lost the ability to open the clock / calendar from the taskbar.
Get menu fine here when right clicking an App icon on the task bar.
Opens fine here.
Im not having any problems with any of the updates.
Just checked Windows updates and can see a load more updates waiting, will install and report back.
Still unable to right click on apps in the taskbar, also unable to click and open the clock / calendar.
Sounds fun. https://www.neowin.net/news/latest-windows-10-update-is-apparently-also-breaking-audio-in-games
I must admit that for me personally I am not getting any of the issues being mentioned.
However I did do a test install of Windows 10 x86 on my netbook (I know...) with the latest Windows Update integrated and the Start Menu wouldn't appear no matter how many times I clicked in. It worked fine after rebooting though. I hardly touch my netbook these days because Windows 10 is slow on it, even with a spare SSD installed.
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