Windows 10 21H1

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  1. Spartan@HIDevolution

    Spartan@HIDevolution Company Representative

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    It's finally reached RTM stage!

    Download link for the enablement package coming soon:

    Pre-requisite: Download "Add Install Cab to right click context menu"

    1) Download Windows 10 21H1 Enablement Package

    Make sure to right click on the file(s) you just downloaded, go to Properties, then hit Unblock from the bottom right as it may be blocked since it was downloaded from the internet, if you don't do this before you run the file or extract it, then it may not install correctly.

    To prevent this automatic blocking of files in the future so you don't have to go unblocking every file you download to ensure it runs properly, follow the guide in this thread:
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/are-you-sure-you-want-to-run-this-file-yes-or-no.825668/


    2) Extract the ZIP File

    3) Install the updates in the numbered order, reboot when prompted then continue installing until all updates have been done.

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  2. hacktrix2006

    hacktrix2006 Hold My Vodka, I going to kill my GPU

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    What does 21H1 bring to the table bud?
     
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    Papusan TURDBOOKs Sucks! Dont waste your $$$ on FILTHY

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  4. epguy3

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    21H1 isn't much of a big change since it shares the same cumulative updates as 2004 & 20H2 (yawn :sleep:)
     
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    hacktrix2006 Hold My Vodka, I going to kill my GPU

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    They aren't bugs they are features, I wonder how much more telemetry they have injected and how much more that have castrated Windows Pro feature wise as they sure love to castrate their OS's features which allows the pro's to be on point. :biglaugh:
     
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  6. Vasudev

    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    From What I have seen in 21H2 dev build is that, Telemetry can't turned off during setup, you can only to No optional diagnostic data sent which means general telemetry data is sent back and forth. I did test it in a VBox.
     
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    MSFT are very intelligent, their OS worked with 0% CPUusage and no lags. Used 1.1GB post install regtweaks, dx9, vc++ runtimes etc.
    Still NVMe drives are slow as hell to bootup because of longer PCIe initialization time.
     
  8. Spartan@HIDevolution

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    So true, so sad.

    I turn on my laptop, by the time I the manufacturer screen appears, let alone Windows starts to load, my wife's 8 year old Dell Vostro which has a SATA Crucial MX500 SSD would've been on the Windows desktop.
     
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    My 10 year ideapad has BX500 and Windows 10 boots in 5 sec and Linux in 10 sec. I'm looking at AW logo still spinning on newer NVMe with 2GB R/W speeds over 30 secs.
    Only way to achieve fast boot speed in NVMe is by hibernate.
     
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