Windows 10 Hotfix Repository

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Tito, Oct 1, 2014.

  1. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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  2. lapone

    lapone MDL Novice

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    i want to add language packs and updates to a clean iso of ltsc, but also enable .NET 3.5
    is it okay to do
    -with W10MUI_13 install the LPS and enable .net 3.5 features in the .cmd file
    -then on the multilingual iso created by W10MUI_13, with W10UI_7.9, install the updates to january 2020 and also enable .net 3.5 again in the config file to get the updates to .net?
     
  3. ege914

    ege914 MDL Member

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    why its released 14 days early?
     
  4. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    No need to (and it probably won't work) to enable dotnetfx35 twice. Just run W10UI with the current updates:
    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...-17763-xxx-pc-rs5.77945/page-216#post-1490183
     
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    ananhaid MDL Member

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    Every month have 4 window to release patch.

    B = Second Tuesday of this month.
    C = Third
    D = Fourth

    and emergency window called out of band can release patch any day.
     
  6. ege914

    ege914 MDL Member

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    saturday? there is even a term called patch tuesday?
     
  7. Enthousiast

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    The B Release update on Patch Tuesday are the only one that's are mandatory because they contain new security fixes, the C and D releases are optional as the new software fixes they contain are not urgent. You'll be getting them next Patch Tuesday anyway. IMO it's always best to wait before installing C and D updated unless your are affected by the issues they "fix", they are considered "Beta" or "Early Access" for people installing them and those can bring up new issues.
     
  9. lapone

    lapone MDL Novice

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    so i did install the LPs on the clean MDL iso, then I added the updates+.net 3.5 but the LPs are not shown in windows settings. All I see about those LPs is when I launch the iso and it asks me to choose the language. Once windows is isntalled, all I have is the default language and zero added language...
    I checked the installation of .net 3.5 in the features and it is not checked. So i guess i do not have .net 3.5
    However THe installed windows is indeed up to date, that's good.
     
  10. toyo

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    #9594 toyo, Jan 31, 2020
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    Time to see if this adds another 5% perf. drop for my 8700K like the previous one.
    Nothing new for Coffee Lake I see. Hoped Intel released updated mc for its last CacheOut thing.
     
  11. spedia

    spedia MDL Senior Member

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    That should take a few months. April is a more realistic window.
     
  12. venejo

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    On a system that doesn't have installed the Intel microcode updates (when it comes to the software part)
    and using an old BIOS that the microcode is not updated also, will the CPU continue to run in full as before
    or the CUs also have effect on this, besides the BIOS/MCU combination?
     
  13. Enthousiast

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    Afaik, there only a slow down when the microcode updates are installed and set to fix on and/or the bios is patched.
     
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  14. venejo

    venejo MDL Member

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    Have asked that because at the beginning of all these (01-2018) there where problems with the CUs and with many antivirus programs
    and there where no MCUs at the moment and everybody (Tech sites e.t.c) where already measuring cpu/system slowdowns.
    On Win7/8 i guess some patches are in their CUs and that this does not apply on Win10.
     
  15. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Most articles were a bit biassed and hyped, imho;):D
     
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  16. toyo

    toyo MDL Senior Member

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    Pretty sure the first Meltdown/Spectre patches will have an effect by themselves, how significant, it depends on the CPU. You should go and disable them in the registry if you want to preserve all the initial performance.
    Mind you, I only took an actual performance hit (about 1-5% depending on test/benchmark) for my 8700K with the C6/CA microcodes from a few months ago. So if you have a Coffee Lake it's likely that you can use all mitigations without losing much performance. The problem is for older CPUs.