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2021/11/10 08:57:28
bdary
Everything running fine here after the cumulative update for Windows 11 ->  https://www.windowslatest.com/2021/11/10/windows-11-kb5007215-comes-with-a-speed-boost-explorer-fixes/
 
2021/11/17 10:23:58
chrisdglong
I was having a lot of issues with the Windows 11 update/installations at first. After a few Windows 11 updates, I can honestly say that Windows 11 is now about as stable as Windows 10 was for me.
2021/11/17 11:40:49
bdary
chrisdglong
I was having a lot of issues with the Windows 11 update/installations at first. After a few Windows 11 updates, I can honestly say that Windows 11 is now about as stable as Windows 10 was for me.


It seems it's been hit or miss updating from W10 to W11 for some.  I did an in-place update the 1st time without any problems.  After a couple days I reverted back to my W10 OS because I didn't like the lack of taskbar functions or the Start menu.  Everything worked fine.  A couple weeks later I decided to give it another try.  Another in-place update worked without issue's.  This time I kept it and even though I don't like some things with W11, I'm getting used to it.
 
Side note:  As far as performance goes for gaming or just general use, I see no difference between W10 or W11.
2021/11/18 10:13:06
kevinc313
W10E LTSC 21H2 is OUT NOW!!!
2021/11/18 10:20:13
Nereus
kevinc313
W10E LTSC 21H2 is OUT NOW!!!


Nice timing.. got notified of your post, I hit 'check for updates'.. nothing. Waited 2 minutes, hit 'check for updates' again, and there it was, hot off the press.
 
Not much in it for W10 though..
 
 
Windows 10, version 21H2 will have a scoped set of features focused on productivity and security.
  • Enjoy WPA3 H2E standards support for enhanced Wi-Fi security
  • Get GPU compute support in the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) and Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows (EFLOW) deployments for machine learning and other compute intensive workflows
 
That's it. Lots for W11 though.
 
2021/11/18 10:24:12
kevinc313
Nereus
Not much in it for W10 though..
 



It's LTSC.  That's the point.  Very similar to 1809 except even more compatible.  I've got a 3 months XBL voucher to use, but I need a newer Windows version for that.
 
It's out for OEM's and a demo version at the moment.  Normal and IoT versions.
2021/11/18 10:34:42
Nereus
 
 Ahh ok. The Microsoft LTSC, or Long-Term Servicing Channel, is a branch of Microsoft products (including Windows 10, Windows Server, and Office) designed for static systems which cannot, or will not, be updated for years at a time.
 
Now I understand why you're excited. :)
 
2021/11/18 10:42:35
kevinc313
Nereus
 
 Ahh ok. The Microsoft LTSC, or Long-Term Servicing Channel, is a branch of Microsoft products (including Windows 10, Windows Server, and Office) designed for static systems which cannot, or will not, be updated for years at a time.
 
Now I understand why you're excited. :)
 




Yes, I'm currently on 1809.
2021/11/26 02:26:01
XrayMan
 
November 19, 2021-KB5007289 Cumulative Update Preview for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.8 for Windows 10, version 2004, Windows Server, version 2004, Windows 10, version 20H2, Windows Server, version 20H2, and Windows Version 21H1.
 
 
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/november-19-2021-kb5007289-cumulative-update-preview-for-net-framework-3-5-and-4-8-for-windows-10-version-2004-windows-server-version-2004-windows-10-version-20h2-windows-server-version-20h2-and-windows-version-21h1-48adc339-e8ad-496b-b48d-d18ed227b0aa
 
 
 
November 22, 2021—KB5007253 (OS Builds 19041.1387, 19042.1387, 19043.1387, and 19044.1387) Preview
 
 
 
November 22, 2021—KB5007253 (OS Builds 19041.1387, 19042.1387, 19043.1387, and 19044.1387) Preview (microsoft.com)
 
 
 
All is good.
 
 
 
2021/11/26 06:20:52
bobmitch
Two of three machines updated...no issues

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