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dandl
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June 9, 2019 - 9:30 pm
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Installed the W10 v1903 update on my main PC this evening. Haven't had time to explore all the new features, if their are any, but at least the download and install went smoothly.

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new update is awesome tab mode isgood and daek mode is awesome
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You can now add me to the list of Windows 10 users. Needed to replace the guts in one computer (mb,cpu and ram) and had I know this Asus Prime Z390-A unit only supports 10, would of opted for another mb. Sadly lost several hours since I was able to install 8.1, just discovered when I tried installing the drivers. That was when the bad news was discovered. So today I am downloading and installing hours of updates since I'm starting with build 1809.

Have am question. How do I remove the security log in screen? Getting sick and tired of entering the password after each reboot, Mindblower!

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dandl
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Most new MB's and CPU's will only support W10, not sure if their are ways around this or not. I do know new MB's
and CPU's will still run Linux.
Let me know if you need some help.

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