Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by abbodi1406, Nov 17, 2019.
From MS Article on latest ESU Update:
what could this mean?
No c aka preview update for the december month.
Only the usual patch tuesday updates (and maybe when needed an Out Of Band update).
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then i wonder what happens on january 2023 from that point
Last updates in jan 2023?
something is happening when there's a c update
For most builds there are frequently c updates.
From KB5020000. This is impossible to miss and is directly below the other quote that everyone is talking about. Why is no one talking about this? It is the far more scary notice of the two.
KB5020019 (November 2022 rollup for Server 2008) does not have this notice. Are we meant to believe that Microsoft is ditching 7 but keeping NT 6.0? That would be utterly bizarre, but that is nothing new for Microsoft. It would be absurd if Vista - which I love dearly but is simply inferior to 7 for everything except DRM-infected audio - is effectively more secure than 7 in 3 years because of receiving additional ESU while 7 does not.
November 8, 2022—KB5020000 (Monthly Rollup)
Does not install
Someone with the same problem?
There are chances they will ditch the Clients but keep the Servers.
The KB5020000 Security Monthly Quality Rollup was detected and installed fine in all of my Windows 7 Pro 64-bit desktops.
It also updated Internet Explorer 11 (which I still use in a few sites) to 11.0.285
This would be consistent with Server 2008's ESU program, but the notice on KB5020000 states: "Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or technical support for Windows 7 SP1 and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1"
Perhaps, because the scenario of Server 2008 receiving more ESU while Vista, 7, and 2008 R2 are all canned is so ridiculous, Microsoft simply forgot to put a similar notice on the Server 2008 KBs. I don't like the implications of either theory, though.
Embedded will probably give us another year.
That's how I felt about Win XP. I only even moved to 7 because I needed tighter integration with the now native x64 platforms and emerging GPU acceleration, not to mention better hardware compatibility.
Now that everything finally works (less than 1 BSOD every few months under rare circumstances) I'm NEVER moving to the "newer" windows versions that made every good thing bad.
Breathe while you can on NT6.1 (W7)... now's the time to start learning how to make use of Linux.
Well, it's not on windows update here
I downloaded it manually but didn't install it, waiting for more feedback.
I have faith and hope on it...
Over DISM goes Flawlessly
Help us please
Are you running the WU ESU part of the bypass?
All updates installed automatically including kbKB5020000. Should i have not installed this and if not why?