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anti-virus advice from @actionfraud, @ncsc and @microsoft_uk (inc help for #WXP and #WIN2003 (non #cso) users)

anti virus advice from @actionfraud, @ncsc and @microsoft_uk

Note that MS are EVEN taking the highly unusual step of providing a security update for all customers to protect Windows platforms that are in custom support only, including Windows XP, Windows 8, and Windows Server 2003.

microsoft_uk windows 10 creative update #w10cu est arrive with #edge3d, #paint3d and #view3d

microsoft_uk windows 10 creative update #w10cu est arrive with #edge3d, #paint3d and #view3d

[actually #edge3d is just an april fool]

windows 10 creative update
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windows 10 creative update
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windows 10 creative update
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windows 10 creative update
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windows 10 creative update

ms #windows #windows10 activation troubleshooter and hardware changes

Before you change your hardware you must upgrade your Windows 10 to version 16.07 build 14393.

windows 10 version 16.07 build 14393

Then add your Microsoft account and link it to your Windows10 digital licence only then can you change your hardware and move your Windows10 licence onto it

#windows 7 windows 8 #windows10 you can delete the recovery partition by using #diskpart #sysadmin

on windows 7 windows 8 windows 10 dont delete the “recovery partition” BEFORE you have created a “system repair disk” but once you have you can then delete the “recovery partition” by using diskpart

by using diskpart

if you have deleted the “recovery partition” BEFORE creating your system repair CD you will need to create Windows 10 ISOs by downloading and running the ISO downloader

on windows 7 windows 8 windows 10 you can delete windows.old by using diskcleanup

accessing #windows10 #uefi #bios settings now takes 10 mouse clicks

In windows 10 your uefi bios settings are no longer accessed via ESC,F1, F2, F10 or F12 instead you need to boot into windows 10 first then click

  • windows start (yes its back ! yay!)
  • settings
  • update & security
  • recovery
  • advanced start up | restart now
  • troubleshoot
  • advanced options
  • uefi firmware settings
  • restart

once you have done all this you should see the UEFI BIOS screen you used to get when pressing F1 etc