Microsoft kicks off Windows 10 20H2 feature rollout


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Looks like the waves are long running. My work PC still has not gotten the new one yet. Gonna wait and see. Will not force it if I do not have to. My 2004 systems are running fine so far...
 
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Nothing in Australia 21/10/2020
Yes it is in Australia and its been simce 20 Oct 2020.The update works 100% and is a very quick update.
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Did an upgrade on my back-up laptop which only has 4GB of RAM and a 1.7 Intel CPU, it took ages!. :eek:
 
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Looking forward to doing a couple about the same as those, one is a Dell Studio 17".
 
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The upgrade is fast if you do it through Windows Update. It takes forever if you use the upgrade assistant.
 
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My above caption and example and installation of the latest Win-10 20H2/19042.572 (which is the latest update) was done on an Acer Aspire V3-571G with an SSD that is 7 years old that came OEM with Win-8 and MBR/Legacy BIOS that was converted to the GPT/UEFI BIOS and has been updated with Win-10 updates since Win-10 was released.

I’ve never ever had any problems with Win-10 and/or “Microsoft Windows Updates” as a matter of a fact, some updates have really helped speed up this laptop and the current 20H2 is no different. Any laptop/desktop is only as good as the maintenance and care that the user does and maintains, its not just a matter of updating and installing lots of apps and unsuitable software on systems that are just on the borderline of handling Win-10 specs, which really applies and is most important that you use an SSD drive and adequate RAM e.g. min 8GB for speedy and satisfying computing.
 
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Bit late to the thread - been a little busy.
Downloaded and installed on three Dell Laptops without incident.

No visible differences, so far, in performance or features. It just seems like the routine cus
As said, they have removed the system control panel, but the remainder of the control panel seems to be unchanged. A few icon changes in the start panel. They say a cleaner and modified Taskbar, but I haven't noticed anything different on mine - yet.

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i wonder when ill get it even though i got prompt saying its avaliable. so i tried downloading it but after an hour of it saying installing at 99% i quit it, tried again, same thing. ive got enough memory. my pc doesnt like the new taste and rejected it lol:oops:
 
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I've gotten that update on a few computers on Dec. 1 and Dec. 2, haven't seen any major issues yet.
 
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Windows Server 20H2 is a semi-annual channel release focused on reliability, performance and general improvements, Microsoft says. It's available starting today on Azure or via the VLSC. ... The next LTSC release of Windows 10 Enterprise is expected toward the end of 2021. The next LTSC release of Server is in testing now.
Some enhancements to the Windows 10 user interface are implemented in this release: With this release, the solid color behind tiles on the Start menu is replaced with a partially transparent background. Tiles are also theme-aware. Icons on the Start menu no longer have a square outline around each icon.
 
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2012 Dell Inspiron 660 with 1909. (all versions have been available via Windows Update)
2004 upgrade never in Windows Update; used 2004 ISO DVD to upgrade to 2004 on Dec 2.
20H2 upgrade in Windows Update on Jan 5 2021; took 15 minutes to upgrade. works great
 

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