Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Enthousiast, Sep 18, 2018.
New CU for 1809: https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/windows-10-hotfix-repository.57050/page-396#post-1521502
Guys what would you say is the best Windows 10 edition or configuration for old hardware with low ram?
Thinking to install Enterprise with HWID activation. But what should be disabled, is there recommended tool or configuration script?
Search for debloat, disable and tweak and be amazed what you will find
for me it's either win10 education, ltsb 2016 or ltsb 2019
unlike the previous 1809 update released May 1 (available only thru MS update catalog), this new CU for 1809 (kb4495667) is available thru windows update, ms update catalog and thru a uup dump
To give any kind of meaningful answer, we would need to know the cpu and the amount of memory. Probably a good idea to mention the GPU (video) as well.
Thanks, I just had a "brain fart"!
Can I also apply this to combine two different versions of Windows (Windows 8.1 & Windows 10)?
You can go nuts, with 8.1 and 10 in one install.wim.
Thanks for the info!
Is there a way to add programs that "I" like to Windows 10 installation ISO so when I install windows 10 the programs would already be installed? For example:
Abode Acrobat Reader
and maybe Office 2019?
without being an expert in Windows installation guru
Thanks in advance.
Install them in audit mode or by setupcomplete: https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...etupcomplete-firstlogon-silent-install.73131/
Hi, just a heads up as I am a novice myself. I run an old Acer E-machine netbook as my backup/second computer with an N450 chip with G-skill 2Gb ram, 160Gb HDD (C:\40, D:\120) from 2009, with no other "added" bits (everything else standard/factory). I installed Windows 10 Enterprise 1709 Redstone 3 when it came out (16299.15, updated to .1004 recently). If your machine is of a similar spec. or greater it should run that version or even higher. Have had no hardware issues/glitches/incompatibilities, etc. A little slower than Win XP as it was designed for, but very happy with the way it performs. Keeping C as for exclusive OS partition seems to help too, and having a ramdrive for internet purposes helps with the lack of memory it might require. Cheers!
Do you have live links for LTSB 2015 (build 10240) multi-lang?
if you mean homemade iso then read the rules
19H1 is giving an option to windows 10 users to stop updates .
I Have This Version of Windows 10 Pro X64 > Windows 10.0.17763.379 rs5 X64
Please Tell Me, Are These Updates Correct?
2019-03 Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.7.2 for Windows 10 Version 1809 x64 (KB4489192)
2019-04 Security Update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10 Version 1809 x64 (KB4493478)
2019-03 Servicing Stack Update for Windows 10 Version 1809 x64 (KB4493510)
2019-04 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1809 x64 (KB4495667)
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Updated the updates overview at the OP (first post of this thread):
2019-04 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1809 for x64-based Systems (KB4495667) -Error 0x800f0982
getting this error for the first time while trying to install the latest CU, try to install manually by d'lding the MSU as well from MUC, same result. Tried this in elevated CMD
'SC config trustedinstaller start=auto' & Windows built-in troubleshoot from settings followed by a couple of reboots but still, the issue persisted,
wait for 19H1