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fpissarra



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TmX wrote:
revolution wrote:
Why can't Linux/FreeBSD/Something save us from this tyranny?


There are folks who already moved to Linux/FreeBSD land and live happily there without resorting to Windows at all
(or mostly, probably except for playing games).


I am one of them... Don't know what Windows is since 2007 (since Windows Vista)... Happy user of Linux since then...
Post 21 Apr 2019, 01:28
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Post 15 May 2019, 20:06
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https://betanews.com/2019/05/29/windows-10-users-still-on-april-2018-update/
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In the meantime, the vast majority of Windows 10 users -- a whopping 61.1 percent -- are still running the April 2018 Update from a year ago, suggesting people unsurprisingly prefer stability over the latest bells and whistles. Windows 7’s enduring popularity is testament to that…
Note to MS: It would appear as though people don't want to be forced to install all the latest trendy-wendy updates. So now you can relax and instead focus on fixing bugs, giving people the choice about when to update, and removing all the big-brother telemetry. Thanks.
Post 30 May 2019, 22:07
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revolution
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I've been hearing rumours that in the past couple of weeks the latest MS updates are forcing on secure boot in the UEFI. Does anyone know if this is true? If it is then that is well beyond anything reasonable. Why would MS feel so entitled as to change settings they should not be touching? That would lock out any chance of running code not MS approved. MS wants to control everything you do, how dare you think you are permitted to do whatever you want with "your" computer.
Post 07 Jun 2019, 13:35
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Furs



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Now imagine if UEFI didn't exist, over-engineered piece of crap. Then we wouldn't have these issues either, no matter how dumb Windows 10 would be.
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rumours, they sound like flat Earth, and nasa never goes to moon,
Post 08 Jun 2019, 14:50
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revolution
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So you want to use a VPN to stop your employer/ISP/government from spying on you? Well you can only do that if you allow Microsoft to spy on you instead.
To fix RASMAN error 0xc0000005 with Group Policies, follow these steps:

Launch Group Policies (gpedit.msc) from Start or Windows Run.
Browse to the following path:
Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Data Collection and Preview Builds\Allow Telemetry
Double-click on the policy to enable it.
Choose one of the three levels – Basic, Enhanced, and Full.
Open Start menu and search ‘Services’
On the Services tab, look for Remote Access Connection Manager.
Right-click on RASMAN and restart it.
That's right, you need to enable telemetry to use your VPN. MS must know all; you will comply.


Also, registry backups don't work.

Microsoft Admits Windows 10 Registry Backups Don't Work
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What Microsoft confirms it did was quietly switch off Registry backups in Windows 10 eight months ago, despite giving users the impression this crucial safeguarding system was still working. As Ghacks spotted at the time, Registry backups would show “The operation completed successfully", despite no backup file being created.
And it was to save space apparently.
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So why has Microsoft done this? In the company’s own words: “to help reduce the overall disk footprint size of Windows”. And how big is a registry backup? Typically 50-100MB.
Post 08 Jul 2019, 13:56
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bitRAKE



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Think my next computer will run Linux primarily - I've really been hopeful things would get better.

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Post 08 Jul 2019, 19:39
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