Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Tito, Feb 1, 2018.
Hey guys how can i integrate updates into ltsc 2019? Should I use CU or CAB?
WHDownloader + W10UI
seems complicated... can you get a guide on which updates to download for 17763.1.180914-1434.rs5_release_CLIENT_LTSC_EVAL_x64FRE_en-us?
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this version is old....how can you update it with the latest patches?
Those updates are from May. Where can I find June?
so all I have to find are updates that say 17763?
A colleague of my dad has accidentally wiped his drive, and he has asked me to reinstall windows for him. I was planning on installing LTSC, because he uses the laptop for mail and web browsing anyways. He used Win 7 before, so he probably won't need windows store etc.
Now, I was wondering when LTSC goes from LTSC 2019 to LTSC 2020 (or whatever the next version is), will that update be downloaded through normal Windows Update?
Next LTSC is usually three years from the last. End of 2021/start of 2022 is a realistic time.
No, LTSC will NEVER receive any Feature Updates (aka build upgrades). You will need to get the ISO and update manually. As a side effect, each new LTSC will require new product keys.
All right, thanks for the straightforward answer. I'll see what's the best option, but seeing as my dad's colleague wasn't planning to upgrade from windows 7, he probably won't care about windows 10 updates.
The advantage of the LTS Channel is Long Term Support. Ten years of support, counted from the release date. Please note that he will still receive the normal Windows Updates (CU, SSU, Security and Quality updates). LTSC just doesn't get the big "Feature Updates" (completely new OS build).
Even the 2015 LTSB release still gets updates each month, but it will always stay in the TH1 branch (1507 aka 10240 from 2015).
I didn't have time to update the 1809 Updates Overview, will try to asap.
Dell XPS 15 (2020) considerations if using LTSC
I ordered a Dell XPS 15 (9500 series) Laptop which is equipped with a 2.3/5.1Turbo-GHz Intel Core i7-10875H CPU / 16GB of RAM / 1024GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD / Intel UHD Graphics GPU / Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Ti Max-Q GPU with 4GB of RAM and a 15.6-inch, 3840 x 2400 touch panel.
And some incarnation of Windows Home-x64 + BLOATware…
I prefer w10 LTSC and have this OS installed on 2 Desktops and 2 Laptops…
If possible I want to replace the shipped OS with LTSC if it is not detrimental…
Dell has 40+ Drivers available to download for this laptop series so acquiring them is not an issue…
I do not like or use M$ CRAPs, Store, Edge etc and is why I’m a fan of LTSC vs any other incarnation of w10… LTSC has been stable and reliable on my PC’s…
I would appreciate some feedback from experienced Dell XPS and other users who can shed some light on whether this is doable / feasible or not and what the penalties or shortcomings might be by using LTSC vs shipped DELL OEM OS on this Laptop…
If LTSC is a poor choice for this Laptop, then what other w10 incarnations are preferable to “Home” ?
@Super Spartan , thanks for this feedback... It will save me many headaches I'm quite sure...
@Super Spartan you need the store for nvidia control panel? Does the nvidia driver not supply it?