Cumulative Update KB4338819 Windows 10 v1803 Build 17134.165 - July 10

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  1. Anak's Avatar
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    10 Home 64-bit | v1803 | Build -17134.471
       11 Jul 2018 #50

    My update went well and fast, so far so good, except for:
    RingTailCoon said: View Post
    OK, who's the wiseguy that turned that Timeline thingy back ON? I thought I shutted it down?!
    My timeline was also turned back on. One more time and I'm going to try: Enable or Disable Timeline in Windows 10 Option Two Reg file since I don't have group editor.
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  2.    12 Jul 2018 #51

    My 2 "old clunker" test PCs updated with no issues - 1 that I've left open grabbed the updates, downloaded this and the routine updates, installed and requested Restart

    Network UNMETERED
    Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted)
    Feature updates deferred for 0 days
    Quality updates deferred for 0 days


    The other one is set thus:

    Network METERED
    Semi-Annual Channel
    Feature updates deferred for 365 days
    Quality updates deferred for 30 days

    This one waited for me to set Quality updates to 0 and do a Manual check - then it too downloaded this and the routine updates, installed and requested Restart.

    No obvious problems - both machines subjectively feel a little quicker but I haven't done any scientific tests
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  3. Posts : 1,444
    W10 pro x64 and W8.1 x86
       12 Jul 2018 #52

    I've only just noticed that Defender updates seem to have a limit of '50' when looking in installed updates. Each new one that appears deletes the last in the list.

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  4.    12 Jul 2018 #53

    Mooly said: View Post
    I've only just noticed that Defender updates seem to have a limit of '50' when looking in installed updates. Each new one that appears deletes the last in the list.

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    To be perfectly clear, does it actually delete the latest update, or the earliest update?
    If it only shows the last 50 that would be very useful. I've done a quick search but not found anything useful.

    I wonder if the Quality, Driver and Other updates behave in the same way if they ever reach 50....anyone?
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  5. Wiley Coyote's Avatar
    Posts : 1,020
    Windows 10 Home x64 Version 1809 (OS Build 17763.194)
       12 Jul 2018 #54

    Just looking at mine, it apparently keeps the latest (newest) 50 while deleting the older ones.
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  6. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 10 Pro build 18290
    Thread Starter
       12 Jul 2018 #55

    Known Issues updated in first post.
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  7. hTconeM9user's Avatar
    Posts : 2,687
    Windows 10x64 Home Version 1803 (Build 17134) 471
       13 Jul 2018 #56

    All downloaded and installed no issues so far
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  8. davidhk's Avatar
    Posts : 5,251
    windows 10 Home threshold2
       13 Jul 2018 #57

    Anak said: View Post
    My update went well and fast, so far so good, except for:My timeline was also turned back on. One more time and I'm going to try: Enable or Disable Timeline in Windows 10 Option Two Reg file since I don't have group editor.
    Why disable Timeline ?
    (Just a question out of curiosity.)
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  9. Posts : 384
    Windows 10 Home x64
       13 Jul 2018 #58

    davidhk said: View Post
    Why disable Timeline ?
    (Just a question out of curiosity.)
    Because people think privacy trumps continuity? It's a double-sided argument. Personally, I think convenience shouldn't come at the price of being tracked.

    If only MS wanted to use the telemetry to actually improve the product. I don't think following trends to establish features should be a thing entirely, however. Imagine how the data is skewed always toward the lowest common denominator.
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  10. Posts : 384
    Windows 10 Home x64
       13 Jul 2018 #59

    OK, one thing that does puzzle me is the Service Stack Update.

    Why is this required? Two scenarios for ordinary users. You update manually using the Cumulative; so the Cumulative *should* be all that is required. You are either at the last build (Delta Update is applied) or some other build (Cumulative Update is applied). You are updating from a clean install of 17134.1, the latest Cumulative *should* be all that is required.

    I do a mix of WU (always from last build) or manual (always full Cumulative) if there are issues or failures after two attempts.

    So why is the SSU listed? I don't have any installed, ever.
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