Discussion in 'other software & services' started by ronjor, Jun 15, 2021.
How to update to Windows 11 22H2 using an ISO image by Ashwin
I had my taskbar at the top, with 22H2 it moved down. Now not even Winaero Tweaker can get it back to the top. Not even a reg.tweak from "Howtogeek" can move it to the top.
Anyone has a solution to that?
Anyone? Am i the only one with the problem. Surely someone has solved it, no?
Is Microsoft cracking down on Windows 11 updates for unsupported hardware? by Ed Bott
Thanks for the info, hadn't seen it yet.
Has anyone installed this on a PC that is not hardware compatible but already had a previous copy of Windows 11 installed? If so, did it break anything?
xxJackxx, you're welcome! Take care.
Windows 11 22H2 gets a slew of new group policy changes by Susan Bradley
Guys, I don't know if this was already posted, but I'm surprised that Enhanced Phishing Protection isn't enabled in all browsers yet? So as soon as you are on some untrusted website, it will warn you.
I am pretty sure it is against privacy laws in some countries. I for one do not want my passwords to leak to find out, if they were leaked. I like some privacy, so I do not use smartscreen either.
Technically it does not provide any protection, it merely alerts that the password has leaked. Well, if someone tries to log into my accounts, I will receive 2FA alert ASAP, so I will know anyway.
How to enable startup app notifications on Windows 11
thanks, stapp. enabled.
Yes, thanks for the tip. I was not aware this was an option and never would have found it otherwise.
Then perhaps I have misunderstood this feature. I thought that it was simply checking if you fill in your credentials on phishing websites and dodgy apps. Many of the hacks on big companies often start with this and they can even bypass MFA via authentications apps, so anti-phishing tools are a pretty big deal. I don't think this feature is designed to upload your credentials to M$ servers, because that would be illegal.
It does, but in order to do so, it needs some of your info, your data. Security and privacy do not go along too well. It is definitelly a usefull feature for most users, but I just do not like it. I guess, I have read too many scary stories, like:
Microsoft confirms Windows 11 Printer issue by Martin Brinkmann
Securing Windows 11 with 22H2 by Susan Bradley - AskWoody
Windows 11 22H2 is out, so why isn’t your PC getting it? by Susan Bradley
Microsoft's implementation of Tabs in File Explorer is lacking severely by Martin Brinkmann
Windows 11 2022 Update: performance issue when Copying large files by Martin Brinkmann
Pretty soon, smart people will inform us how to upgrade from 21H2 to 22H2.
The method to upgrade on unsupported hardware hasn't changed.
I'm starting to wonder, can't M$ do anything right? And is it really this bad? I do know about these third party tools, but they get questionable reviews, so it's probably best to stay away from them.
To my regret, that AveYo Creation Tool can update only to Windows 11 - 21H2.
I have it - Windows 11 - 21H2 on my computers.
I'd like to be able to upgrade from 21H2 to 22H2.
Run the Skip_TPM_Check_on_Dynamic_Update.cmd batch file from the AveYo zip file. After doing that you can upgrade using the Media Creation Tool, or from the 22H2 ISO if you already have it. However, this only works if you haven't run Skip_TPM_Check_on_Media_Boot.cmd. If you have, you will need an unmodified 22H2 ISO.
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