In a message on 12-01-19 E Sullens said to All:
ÿ@SUBJECT:Your current version of Windows
What version of Windows are you currently using and what version
have you updated to? It is totally okay and encouraged if you have
more than one Windows OS (maybe on another tower or VM) ... what are
After the latest upgrade of Win10pro 32bit version on my Dell Latitude
6410 Laptop the icon for the upgrade history only says "Thank you for
using the latest version" but sifting through the I log in the file
manager reveals that the current version is 10004-23f05804.
Probably that is supposed to mean 1909 but I don't know. I don't find
any mention of that in the "update-log".
The upgrade log shows that the upgrade began on aug. 22 and there are
many entries up to dec. 3rd. Opening the upgrade icon on the desktop
only shows "Thank you for ........."! If I want to look at the previous upgrades and what hs been upgraded I'll have to use PowerShell.
Do you have any quarrels with the software as of late?
No, but leaning on previous xperiences with Windows has taught me
to avoid them. Also they aren't as fast to upgrade their virus defence
as other vendors.
Not lately but a couple of downgrades back I had several BlueScreens
that "Your PC has a problem ......". Finally I replayed to MicroSoft:
"Yes I know, I'm using Windows". After that I haven't had a single
AFAIK my stationary tower Dell Optiplex 760 hasn't been upgraded yet
because I have set my working hpurs to 08 - 15 and switch it off then.
BTW, both machines are running the 32bit version of Win10pro because I
want to be able to use the old 32-bit programs I have. Some of them are
not even available as 64-bit versions.
Have a nice day,
.. If you think you've finished, you've probably forgotten something!
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