Tag Archives: Windows 10
[German]Just a short note for the start of the new week: Microsoft plans to remove Resilient Files System (ReFS) support (partially) in most Windows 10 clients from Windows 10 Fall Creators Update onward.
[German]Cumulative Updates for Windows 10 Anniversary Update (V1607) and Windows Server 2016 are causing a connection error 0x8024401c in WSUS environments after install. Microsoft has now published an explanation, why this occurs and how to workaround.
[German]Microsoft has released some updates prematurely to August 2017 Patchday for Windows 10 (Version 1511 and 1607) within Windows Update Catalog. The two updates mentioned within the title are quoted as critical.
[German]On August 2017 Patchday (08/08/2017), Microsoft released several cumulative Updates for Windows 10 Builds. Here are a few details – but this article is work in progress. Addendum: All details are added, article is now finished.
[German]Today I will discuss a curious behavior in Windows 10 Task Scheduler. A German blog reader (Olaf E.) has pointed me a couple of weeks ago to this issue. It not possible, to change settings for predefined Microsoft tasks.
[German]Microsoft is ending Current Branch for Business (CBB) in Windows 10. And Microsoft has recently detailed some internals about Feature Upgrade installs. This blog post sum up the relevant details.
[German]Microsoft ended the ability to going forward in Windows 10 Insider Preview to the next Windows 10 releases after Fall Creators Update (aka Redstone 4 branch).
[German]Sometimes Windows 10 users are facing error 0x800f0922 during installing a cumulative update or a feature update. The system rolls back to the previous state. Here are a few details how to fix this issue.
Microsoft as released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 16257 for PC in Fast Ring. There are two branches for Redstone 3 (Fall Creators Update) and Redstone 4 (Version 1803).
Recently there are reports about Windows 10 didn’t support Intel Clover Trail devices from Creators Update onward. Perhaps you asked why this is the case.