Make sure Windows auto update is temporarily turned off, and watch out for SMBv1 fixes
In May, we saw a host of bugs introduced by the Patch Tuesday “security” patches. By the end of the month, patches for those patches killed almost all of the bugs – even the inability of Win10 version 1803 to run on certain kinds of solid-state drives, including the one in some Surface Pros.
We also saw Microsoft push Win10 version 1803 onto machines that …
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