Windows 10 Redstone 5

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  1. Papusan

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    Info for yoo... Micro$haft acknowledges the double reboot problem with KB4494441

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    Of course they don put it under the main webpage for the OS version/builds (Windows 10 update history):rolleyes: They prefer instead put it in their new webpage Windows release health dashboard where no one will look into.
     
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    Yeah, I think it installs twice because it deosn't install properly even though it says the update is installed - the OS build number doesn't change to the proper version until the 2nd install. So I'm thinking that I don't have a faulty install, but is just a bug with it not installing properly the first time.
     
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    Which doesn't happen with standalone install in offline. For me... I hate forced updates. It's mine computer bruh, not their:vbbiggrin:
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    Vasudev Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Mac OS X isn't any better, everything is stealth based and updates are applied upon reboot when user hits reboot or when critical bugs are to be patched it flags or prompts for a reboot.
    Just updated to latest 4.15.0.50 kernel so people with WSL 2 check for updates and get the kernels patched for preventing ZombieLoads.
     
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    Avé César Notebook Geek

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    hello guys, sorry if i ''double post" one here and others on the MSI GE75 forum.

    I follow this topic and wanted to have more info on windows update May patch tuesday and saw this comment on Askwoody.
    According to this answer on askwoody about windows update here : https://www.askwoody.com/forums/topic/may-2019-patch-tuesday-arrives/#post-1625743

    AND this post then : https://mdsattacks.com/ ( All intel CPU are vulnerable apprently...)

    I would like to know if changing , disable, the Hyperthreading in the bios is recommended ?

    i got an MSI GE73 8rf but couldn't find some info on the forum about the hyperthreading (enable/disable). I just saw a video recommend to disable it , to got better performance while gaming, and according to the ''MDS" vulnerability posted ....

    Any thought, help, would be appreciate, thx. ( All intel CPU are vulnerable apprently...)

    Edit : found this article too : https://www.engadget.com/2019/05/15...uN4wr-E9C8Rp-kSU7t_HcaHzv5Xkwkvy2UdN6BjKPNMWW
     
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  6. Papusan

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    https://www.pcworld.com/article/3395439/intel-hyper-threading-zombieload-cpu-exploit.html

    Don’t panic
    The only real silver lining is for those with the latest and greatest Intel CPUs. As the company said, many of its recent 8th-gen and 9th-gen processors already have hardware fixes in place—so there’s no reason to switch off Hyper-Threading on a Core i9-9900K whatsoever. ZombieLoad's danger apparently applies only to PCs with slightly older CPUs. Owners of those systems will have to depend on firmware and software updates to lower the risk, and to count on the absence of any known attacks abusing the ZombieLoad exploit, so far.
     
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    Any issues on this update that you have noticed besides the installation?
     
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    Not so far for me. Normal desktop usage & internet browsing has been fine, I haven't played any games yet, but did run 3DMark Firestrike & Timespy - the same scores as previously.
     
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    KB4505056 Windows 10 17763.504 (Manual Download)

    The update increase the version numbers only marginally to the 17763.504 and fix only one error, which was "zoned" in the previous update. "Fixes an issue that may prevent access to some gov.uk sites that do not support HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) when using Internet Explorer 11 or Microsoft Edge."

    "The known bugs remain the same as in the previous cumulative updates on May 14th"

    Direct Download link:
    KB4505056 (OS Build 17763.504)

     
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    the KB4505056 update is now rendered moot as Microsoft has released a newer update on Tue. May 21 - KB4497934 (build 17763.529), which replaces KB4505056:
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4497934/windows-10-update-kb4497934

    https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=4497934

     
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