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Windows 7 & 8.1 August 2016 Update Rollups


The answer, I fear, is lost somewhere in the cloud ;-) Reply Rotten Scoundrel October 10, 2016 at 7:07 pm # Henk, is that the Active-X that msoft are blocking for Regarding Windows Vista and Server 2008, I was trying to ask whether there will be Monthly Rollups and Security only rollups for Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 (R1). That will leave just Linux, unless google comes out officially with their desktop/laptop android/chrome OS. Or will it just replace everything in the distribution directory with the new monthly rollup file. http://computersecurityadvice.com/windows-7/windows-7-sp1-june-2016-update-rollup-fixes-slow-windows-7update.html

Security-only update will obviously be much smaller. There are no ads or telemetry and it's free. Take a close look at the July 2016 rollup. Now I'm moving all the computers on my family to Linux.

Windows 7 Monthly Rollup

This practice does come with some advantages, including simplification, and having everyone on the same ‘level’. In comparison, LM17.3 is a 1.4GB iso file. maintaining very strict whitelist-based firewall rules, both for incoming and outgoing traffic permissions.I will keep running Windows 8.1 as long as it's still convenient, but next time I buy a new Do I need to know?

Reply Michael Niehaus says: May 17, 2016 at 12:11 pm Be sure to see https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3125574 for details on this convenience rollup: Known issues, lists of files changed, etc. It can also cause problems in that if one of the updates included within the package causes problems, which does happen from time to time (We struck this recently), the only Reply Tom Hawack August 16, 2016 at 9:10 pm # :) To be or not to be untouchable, that is less the question than to know what is behind. September 2016 Update Rollup For Windows 7 Sp1 Martin Brinkmann October 11, 2016 at 11:45 am # I doubt it.

If that is not the case, click on "check for updates" on the page to run a manual check for updates.You may want to research all updates before you install them September 2016 Update Rollup For Windows 7 October 13, 2016 at 3:47 am # I have spent the last year fighting MS and their sneaky, deceitful, illegal behavior toward those who have paid for windows 7. Meaning that MS could release one or more per month. Also took 1.5 hours total to update b4 could turn laptop off!

How can it even be possible to be so gullible, if a company told you it was increasing prices based on user feedback would you swallow that?What's your proof that it Microsoft Monthly Rollup another name for customer/enduser. We could choose to revise the update package, or provide an additional update that could be installed over the top of the offending update. Reply Patrick October 11, 2016 at 4:47 pm # OPTION 3 Reply LD October 11, 2016 at 5:12 pm # Tnx for your suggestion.

September 2016 Update Rollup For Windows 7

Reply Prisida M says: August 26, 2016 at 8:53 am Hello, for my customer there are MS patches which gets released after 15th of every month with severity of high(30 days) this will function exactly the same as it does today. 2. Windows 7 Monthly Rollup Download the Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 August 2016 Update Rollups Microsoft releases new update packs for Windows 7 and 8.1 Aug 17, 2016 09:55 GMT · By Bogdan Popa · Windows 7 Convenience Rollup Download In this simplified process our focus on both quality and dealing rapidly with regressions is our highest priority.

earlier I had the folder search option - superseded "No". http://computersecurityadvice.com/windows-7/windows-7-update-failed-on-update-for-windows-7-for-x64-based-systems-kb3102429.html Microsoft Corp. This article doesn't mention Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 (R1). Hence, I'm posting this comment using Linux Mint 17.3 n keeping my un-update'able Win 7 cptr as a spare OS, like a spare tire.Hopefully, Google's future Fuchsia OS will dethrone M$'s Windows 8.1 Convenience Rollup

Reply Khidreal October 10, 2016 at 5:09 pm # I think it's not possible, it depends on what you consider as "good updates"... Careful users are still going to have to vet rollups before applying them; it will just take longer before system problems caused by them are identified and fixed. Thank you in advance Reply Nathan Mercer says: September 1, 2016 at 11:57 am the .NET Framework Monthly Rollup which includes the latest security and quality improvements is announced here https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2016/08/15/introducing-the-net-framework-monthly-rollup/ check over here Reply Dowe August 16, 2016 at 2:53 pm # I would go Linux but it is too geeky for me.

Will it be eligible for this new patching model, or will it have to be "Windows Updates" up to October 2016 before these patches will be applicable? Windows 7 Rollup September 2016 Reply Nebulus August 16, 2016 at 11:15 am # The problem with this approach is this:http://www.infoworld.com/article/3107306/microsoft-windows/microsoft-admits-to-distributing-windows-printing-bugs-in-kb-3177725-and-kb-3176493.html Reply Kombo123 August 16, 2016 at 12:15 pm # This is the easiest way to Reply Thomas A Early September 17, 2016 at 3:12 pm # Funny.

Does this mean I can't use either as my system is x32?

Many updates trash computers and apps, not just a few, but many, and others are not wanted, now people do not have an option to block incompatible updates!? New features are nice but some requires a bit of tweaking to make them safer in a managed area. Other threads that you may like Forum Date [AV-test] Windows Home User August 2016 Windows 7 News Archive Sep 27, 2016 Windows 10 Windows 10 Will No Longer Let You Disable Windows 7 Rollup October 2016 In some extreme cases, we will release security updates "out of band".

Reply Khidreal October 21, 2016 at 10:03 pm # it's a bit late, LongRange, but I hope that mail still works, I sent you some info. Reply Nathan Mercer says: August 16, 2016 at 2:12 pm *updated* IE11 will be serviced in both monthly rollup and security-only update starting in October. Select "Something Else" for the installation process. this content Organizations can always uninstall offending updates (or stop deploying them more broadly, if they are doing a staged deployment and the issues aren’t too severe) until the issue is resolved.

less and less contact with MS. The overall update management process will be very similar to what was used previously; the biggest difference is that there will only be one update rollup package to deploy per month. For more information please read my 48 pages policy. Thanks!

It will not automatically upgrade the base version of the .NET Framework that is installed. automatically downloaded and installed on a mandatory basis, similar to the way updates are "forced" in Windows 10) or will we be able to delay downloading and installing the Monthly Rollup