We seem to be talking constantly - for whatever reason - about something else, dalchina, and not meeting at all. Microsoft have released a tool called wushowhide for hiding updates that cause you problems. The first preview was released to Insiders on August 31, 2017. You can revert to 1511 within 10 days. Other security related features include Enhanced Credential Guard. Refer to the table below to identify the appropriate that you should download, as part of or to ensure selected if the one which corresponding to the license or product key you purchased. The free Windows 10 license with permanent activation also applies to and.
Thank you Bree, great, I hoped so. Bio Enrollment is also added, although its purpose is still not known and the app is not accessible. The Settings app is updated with new layout The Taskbar is restyled with new opaque appearance, smaller application icons, and underlines to denote active applications. ? I have Windows 10 Pro and it doesn't show the update 1511. Still don't know how - the next time I check for updates - to prevent Microsoft pushing the Aniversary in against my will, but I will try the Microsoft hiding tool maybe it could hide me too :-D Thanks Looking on the bright side the latest insider builds don't re-install apps you have removed so presumably that will trickle down into the next upgrade if you decide to upgrade to 1607 at some point. I don't know what apps you're referring to. On October 10, 2017, Microsoft announced it would no longer update Build 1511 with security patches.
This build also adds the ability to unlock devices with Windows Hello, but requires manufacturers to implement a camera with said capabilities. Enhancements are made to live tiles, including new animations and the addition the option to disable a live tile. Old version, no longer supported: 10. There is no exact explanation for this as yet, but this is something that the user will experience. Thank you for your help and tips.
. You can control and limit updates. There is now a new black system theme across the Start menu, Taskbar and Action Center. I you want it, click here. The only solution I can see now is to manually upgrade to something I do not like or want, get on with it, and then spend hours again to uninstall all rubbish, go through all privacy settings, turning off telemetry again it must be all illegal to install unwanted stuff and change your settings, or not? For tablets under 10 inches, this is the default behavior.
Further improvements are made to tablet mode, video playback with the app, and Microsoft Edge still named Project Spartan in this build. But sometimes I have to turn them on, don't I? I can see only blue window of Edge and then it close itself after 3-5 sec. Take action rather than join everyone complaining about forced updates. On October 9, 2018, Microsoft re-released the update to Insiders, stating that all known issues in the update including file deletion bug were identified and fixed. Old version, no longer supported: 10. Are you still running Build 1511? Additionally, color schemes options have been updated improvements have been made to the device activation.
Can I keep 1511 and do occassional updates when I choose to do so , or will they keep forcing 1607? A new window will pop up. The first preview was released to Insiders on August 11, 2016. A single click on below download button will lead to the download iso file. Advertisement Are you still running Windows 10 Build 1511? Here are the highlights of Wednesday's Windows 10 event. Therefore, any updates could take a long time to download and install.
It is complaining about an old Windows 10 version and we suspected it would do this. Is there no power in the world to deal with Microsoft?. You don't say if you have Pro, so I'll assume you have. You may have to check with where you got that version, maybe they have it available. They do still push new pointless apps on you I got a game called Farmville 2 and some media app called Pandora last time but apps I'd removed already Candy Crush, Solitaire and so on were not re-installed so it is better in that sense than the 1607 upgrade which re-installed everything. Support of version 1507 ended on May 9, 2017 for devices in the Current Branch and Current Branch for Business; however, devices configured to receive updates from the Current Branch and Current Branch for Business continued to receive updates until June 27, 2018. And that's what I was asking.
For your security, backup before applying the registry edit. The final release was made available to Windows Insiders on July 18, 2016, followed by a public release on August 2. Starting with this build, the Insider Hub app is no longer installed by default but can be reinstalled from the Settings app. The Start menu is now resizable. The final release was made available to Windows Insiders on March 20, 2017, followed by a public release on April 5 via Update Assistant, and began to roll out on April 11. A full screen button is added to the new Start menu, allowing the user to toggle the full-screen experience without having to go to the Settings app, logging out, and logging back in, as it was required in previous builds.
The lockscreen is also updated to display a modified version of the default wallpaper on the page where the user enters their login credentials. Preview builds of Windows 10 version 1511 Version Release date s Highlights Old version, no longer supported: 10. This build is the first build to introduce. Microsoft Edge can now also continue playing audio and video even when the app is minimized. My understanding is that the Enterprise version isn't updated in the same manner as Home and Pro.
The update was originally made available to public consumers on October 2, 2018, but its rollout was halted on October 6, 2018 due to a serious bug that deletes user's files after updating. Microsoft Tech Bench Upgrade Program provides. Worried about Windows 10 Version 1511? The following registry file removed for me the traces of Windows 8. I haven't had any problems with the Pro and Home versions getting the update to 1511 10586. Here's everything you need to know about the Windows lifecycle, including how you can upgrade and stay secure. The search button on the Taskbar is changed to a search box by default. Old version, no longer supported: 10.