[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Enterprise (N) LTSC 2019

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Tito, Feb 1, 2018.

  1. whitestar_999

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  2. Enthousiast

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    Removing stuff is useless, only for satisfying some OCD's and won't make the install faster, most likely more unstable.

    Integrating updates is just a bunch of simple DISM commands, W10UI_xx by @abbodi1406 is a smart script that knows where and when to integrate the updates.
     
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    My windows keep reverting file types (jpg, bmp, avi, mkv, mp4) to the default player.
    Images to paint and video files to windows media player.
     
  4. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Sounds like a not updated install?
     
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    17763.292 Enterprise ltsc
     
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    #3067 Nethan, Feb 9, 2019
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    If you are using portable apps (or apps who are fine to work this way), it is a normal behaviour in Windows 10 as they try to avoid undesired changes of file associations... even when it is deliberate using registry files.

    There are some ways to force it but it is not perfect. My OGG files are opened by Irfanview instead of Foobar2000 because I dare used the installer for the first one (even in in Irfanview, OGG is not selected...). I am still trying to find a viable solution on how add a program in the list of Default Program with personalized settings, or whatever can be done using registry files. I don't want to do everything manualy juste because our mighty god "Microsoft" hate giving us control...
     
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  10. ShinRamYun247

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    Did you disable defender or removed it? Where in NTLite is it under? Thanks!
     
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    Is that latest (fixed version) of LTSC 2019 iso you're talking about found in s1ave77s converter tool?

    Does this mean I don't need to integrate the updates anymore because they released a newer one with fix?
     
  13. freddie-o

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    The Re-released version is LTSC19_2_VLSC [17763.107]. You still need Cumulative updates to keep your OS patched and secure.
     
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  14. whitestar_999

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    Yes,from s1ave77's svf convertor tool page:
    However the current build version you get after running windows update will be higher than .107.This updated iso is mainly to fix the bug that cause deletion of user folder data while upgrading. You can still integrate updates to make your initial install iso build higher than .107 but I prefer using official iso & then manually run windows update & finally creating a system image at that point.
     
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    Hello. I have a very low laptop which has 2gb RAM and an old 2 core processor. My question is, should I get LTSB 2016, or LTSC 2019 for a better performance?
     
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    1. Components / Windows Apps / System Apps / Untick Windows Defender > Apply
    2. Settings / Windows Defender / Open Windows Defender and Disable > Apply
     

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  17. pf100

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    On a laptop that old there's nothing you need LTSC for. Install LTSB on it.
     
  18. boyonthebus

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    I had an old laptop once with 2 GB RAM and a 1 core processor. It didn't make any difference which Windows 10 OS I put on it, or how stripped down it was it ran the same. The only difference is putting in an SSD.
     
  19. pf100

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    My point is, if you don't need 1809 or LTSC for any specific reason, LTSB is a better behaved version of Windows 10.
     
  20. boyonthebus

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    As you wish. I prefer LTSC 2019 myself.