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Or your pet, whichever one comes first lol
Published on July 12, 2018 By Uvah In Personal Computing

It came and went and my laptop has yet to blow up so...I guess its ok except, the article says not to use IE or Edge. Good thing I don't use either one. Lol 


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on Jul 12, 2018

I had No problems updates went well , all is good IE and Edge working OK but I use Chrome

on Jul 12, 2018

Purring right along here (as far as I know).  [They could uninstall IE and Edge and I might notice it after a couple of years.   ]

on Jul 12, 2018

I use IE and Edge. I don't see anything unusual here.

on Jul 12, 2018

Updated and working fine here.

on Jul 12, 2018

No problem for me. (at least to this point. lol)

on Jul 12, 2018

no issues really.. though i noticed an ad for microsoft authenticator popping up in the notification area.... pfft.

on Jul 12, 2018

Maybe this patch will fix my 'Edge' which was already borked....

 

 

.... not holding my breath....

on Jul 12, 2018

I shut off auto updates a couple of years ago. My computer keeps asking me to restart my computer. I think I updated a few weeks ago. Haven't really seen problems from windows 10. Galactic civilizations and steam seem to give me more problems than anything. Probably;m because, I'm not willing to pay 100$ and walk away. Still mad at steam over Skyrim. Oh I take bloatware when you buy a new computer as personality.

on Jul 13, 2018

alaknebs

no issues really.. though i noticed an ad for microsoft authenticator popping up in the notification area.... pfft.

That's why I refuse to use the default start menu.... the notification area and its associated crap.

To be perfectly honest, if it weren't for start10; Windowblinds; Iconpackager and CursorFX making it more bearable, I'd kick Win 10 to the kerb and install Win 8.1 on all my machines.  It's only because Win 8.1 has a limited lifespan that I don't revert back to it on my two Win 10 machines anyway, though Win 8.1 will go on the other two until such time as it is no longer supported.

on Jul 13, 2018

Well, seems I was wrong. I got the update this morning and something weird happened. There's red text on the screenshot that reads some settings are managed by my organization. I have an organization? When that happen?   

on Jul 13, 2018


I have an organization? When that happen?   

You're always the last to know...

on Jul 13, 2018



Quoting Uvah,

I have an organization? When that happen?   



You're always the last to know...

Yeah, me too!

Said to myself the other day that we need a new fridge.... then one of the other me's in here chimes in and says: "That'd be right.  As usual, I'm always the last to know."

on Jul 13, 2018

At least now I know. Lol

on Jul 13, 2018


Well, seems I was wrong. I got the update this morning and something weird happened. There's red text on the screenshot that reads some settings are managed by my organization. I have an organization? When that happen?   

that particular bit.. has something to do with the active hours thing.. don't worry about it. at least (i hope) you don't have win10 telling you that you can't scan a file with win defender because your admin has restricted something. (admin? as in me? ) - note that quick scans and full scans are fine.. but i can't manually scan selected files via context menu. (not that i do it really... aside from as a third engine after my normal a/v as well as malwarebytes

on Jul 13, 2018


Well, seems I was wrong. I got the update this morning and something weird happened. There's red text on the screenshot that reads some settings are managed by my organization. I have an organization? When that happen?   

I would think this is what it means:

Your computer is part of a network at your place of business

and a higher up will be managing some of the settings

that you don't have authority to manage.

OR

Your computer is part of the Microsoft network and

they will be managing some settings that you don't have authority to manage.

It isn't installed until you restart, did you restart?