Windows 10 version 2004 rollout imminent

amirr

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@amico81 Why you dont use this way to fully disable Cortana?
The good thing is that Pro and enterprise users can disable Cortana via group policy.

I love Shutup10 too and use it. But first, I do the above.
I also fully disable Windows Defender via Group Policy.
 
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By the way, I installed version 2004 as soon as it hit the RTM on this date:
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Did an upgrade yesterday evening.
No significant issues but found one bug.
The disk optimization tool doesn't remember that the drives where already analyzed and optimized today:
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This is a known bug, it’s been known since sometime around January and they haven’t seemed to fix it. If you have a scheduled task to defrag regularly it will run on every restart because of this.
 

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I have this also, Gandalf_The_Grey. After a restart. Again. I mentioned this bug earlier but it's definitely present. It was, however, fixed in a later Insiders Fast Ring Build. Why the fix didn't migrate to the release version is a mystery, plenty of Insiders complained about it, believe me.

I also have the tons of ESENT errors again in Event Viewer/Applications. The update only took 14 min. from A to B (desktop). But i"m not pleased with these re-occurring little pests. First time EVER I had an urge to roll back to 1909. :rolleyes::whistle::coffee:
 

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I have this also, Gandalf_The_Grey. After a restart. Again. I mentioned this bug earlier but it's definitely present. It was, however, fixed in a later Insiders Fast Ring Build. Why the fix didn't migrate to the release version is a mystery, plenty of Insiders complained about it, believe me.

I also have the tons of ESENT errors again in Event Viewer/Applications. The update only took 14 min. from A to B (desktop). But i"m not pleased with these re-occurring little pests. First time EVER I had an urge to roll back to 1909. :rolleyes::whistle::coffee:
Yeah, the fast ring was fixed in MARCH! I'm not going to roll back, turned off scheduled optimization for the time being. Not a big deal to me, but I reported the bug. Hopefully if enough people make noise it'll get fixed sooner rather than later.
 

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It seems ESET doesn’t play nice with 2004. Installed to test. Upon initial scan it runs fine until it hits Microsoft.HEIFImageExtension_1.0.31072.0_x64_8wekyb3d8bbwe\x86\maheif_store.dll. The first time it just scanned forever till I rebooted and the reboot hung. So I reimaged and reinstalled. Second time it hit that file the system froze. I’d say there seems to be a compatibility issue.
 

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It seems ESET doesn’t play nice with 2004. Installed to test. Upon initial scan it runs fine until it hits Microsoft.HEIFImageExtension_1.0.31072.0_x64_8wekyb3d8bbwe\x86\maheif_store.dll. The first time it just scanned forever till I rebooted and the reboot hung. So I reimaged and reinstalled. Second time it hit that file the system froze. I’d say there seems to be a compatibility issue.
Worth mentioning in the ESET forum.
 

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Kaspersky with patch K is compatible.
I have no problems using KSC Free 20.0.14.1085(k) and it's in the release notes:
Patch K
Patch K for Kaspersky Security Cloud version 20.0.14.1085 was released on May 18, 2020.

In patch K:
  • We have added full support of Windows 10 version 2004.
  • Several application issues were fixed.
Maybe ESET will soon release an update/patch?
 
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