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Old 05-02-2024, 09:57   #16
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

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Yup and they think its better!!


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Its amazing how windows has gone from Win95 to Win11!!

Win95 was user friendly with games,etc....... Win11 is like its not even ones own computer!! (They cant do what they want on it)

[This message has been edited by Dude111 (edited 02-04-2024).]
Windows 7,10 and 11 are magnitudes better and more secure than Windows 95,98(SE) though...... Just saying.
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Old 05-02-2024, 11:23   #17
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

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Yup and they think its better!!


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Its amazing how windows has gone from Win95 to Win11!!

Win95 was user friendly with games,etc....... Win11 is like its not even ones own computer!! (They cant do what they want on it)

[This message has been edited by Dude111 (edited 02-04-2024).]
Who can't?

Tell you something you can not even install steam on your PC let alone play anything other than an out dated flash game
You can not run modern applications.
I dread to think how long it would take you to edit a video.
I imagine you can not play most modern format videos
Your file size is restricted due to a FAT partition table
I could go on all day listing things you can not do on your PC that I can do on mine
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Old 05-02-2024, 15:21   #18
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I guess Jay it doesnt really matter since I dont do that stuff anyway Mate...

Is filesize restrixted by FAT?? -- How big??

I wanna try DLing one of a biugger size and see if I can??
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

The max file size for FAT32 is 4GB.
Not generally an issue for most people, even now.
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

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Yup and they think its better!!


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Its amazing how windows has gone from Win95 to Win11!!

Win95 was user friendly with games,etc....... Win11 is like its not even ones own computer!! (They cant do what they want on it)

[This message has been edited by Dude111 (edited 02-04-2024).]
I agree with the second part of that sentence but definitely not the first, it was a complete nightmare getting it to run even commercially produced games on disc.
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

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The max file size for FAT32 is 4GB.
Not generally an issue for most people, even now.
Not important but max file size is 4GB-1byte or exactly 4,294,967,295 bytes

I know it is pedantic but it is something that always interested me

It would make a difference for me. You could not even download or create windows 10 media on it

I can also add for Dude all the things I listed I can do he can not I can also do everything he can do by emulating windows 98 in virtual box or VMWare or DOSbox for that matter
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

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The max file size for FAT32 is 4GB.
Not generally an issue for most people, even now.
My HD movie downloads often run to 25-30Gbyte. I can only transfer them across the home network as most external USB drives are FAT32

The media server is running XP SP3 (Serviio) but the 2TB HDD for these is NTFS.
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

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My HD movie downloads often run to 25-30Gbyte. I can only transfer them across the home network as most external USB drives are FAT32
Why not just format the external USB drives to NTFS?
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

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Why not just format the external USB drives to NTFS?
That's too obvious peanut.
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

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I know it is pedantic ...
Yes, it is.

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My HD movie downloads often run to 25-30Gbyte.
As I said, not generally an issue for most people, you are an exception.
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Re: All Windows 10 and 11 Users - WinRE Late January Security Update

Asking users to apply the complex process of enlarging the WinRE partition space to accommodate this KB503444 update, is preposterous and highly unprofessional by MS. I doubt if one user in every 1,000 know how to do this.

Take the easy way - use MS's own Show/Hide updates tool. After the tool has finished its searches it lists all the pending updates, just tick KB5034441 to hide and the problem is solved. Get the tool from -
https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/...dows-10-a.html

See Option 1 item 4 to download the MS show/Hide tool to your desktop - wushowhide.diagcab, then simply run it.
KB5034441 has to be listed on your pending updates of course.
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Mine does automatically, can't say I have noticed anything except very slow loading everything.
So what has it messed up on w 10
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