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Re: Windows 10

Posted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 7:10 am
by Daniel
10 classic but essential and free tools for Windows 10. Some of them I already used even before we have Windows 7 and 8. :lol:

https://www.computerworld.com/article/3 ... ws-10.html

Re: Windows 10

Posted: Sat Sep 01, 2018 2:02 pm
by DonKB-PSX
LOLZ, I'm still rockin' on Windows 7 on my home PC here. :lol: But eventually when I build my next PC, most likely I have to move to Win10. No choice na since wala nang mobo drivers for old OSes. Except for Ryzen boards. Alam ko meron pa sa 1st gen Ryzen boards. (Hindi ko na-check kung meron sa boards na may B450 chipset).

Re: Windows 10

Posted: Sun Sep 02, 2018 3:23 am
by Daniel
Kilala ang mga Ryzen boards sa compatibility with older OSes? Cool!

Re: Windows 10

Posted: Sun Sep 02, 2018 6:26 am
by DonKB-PSX
^^^ He he... Yep. One thing to note though. To properly install Windows 7 on a Ryzen-based board, you may need to use PS/2 campatible keyboard and preferably with PS/2 mouse kung hindi kayo sanay mag navigate using the keyboard. Pero once nasa Windows ka na, puwede mo nang install yung mga chipset at USB drivers para magamit mo na yung mga USB keyboard at mouse. Also, magfe-fail din yata ang install kung thru USB CD/DVD drive. Kailangan mo thru internal optical drive. Anyway, personal experience din since naka buo rin ako ng Ryzen 1700 PC sa kakilala ko.

May nabasa rin ako na hindi agad din gagana sa Windows 7 yung mga bagong APU ng AMD (R3 2200G at R5 2400G). Need pa yata ng discreet graphics card. Not sure on that though.

Re: Windows 10

Posted: Thu Nov 08, 2018 6:49 am
by DonKB-PSX
Hindi yata matapos-tapos ang issues sa Windows 10. :-P

Say Hello to Yet Another Windows 10 Issue… Microsoft May Just Have Broken File Associations with a Buggy Update
nother week, another Windows 10 bug to report. The re-release of the October 2018 Update (or what should now be called a November Update) is yet to begin, but it appears Microsoft is dealing with a growing number of problems that are plaguing older versions, as well. The company is having a hard time dealing with Windows 10 bugs lately, and there is a fresh headache to add to that growing list of issues.

New reports suggest that the entire file association system is messed up after a cumulative update was sent out last month. Apparently, the operating doesn’t let you select certain applications as your default options. The issue was tested by the folks at HTG who report that after testing the issue on multiple machines running Windows 10 April 2018 Update, they can confirm that every PC has this problem.

“It affects some applications, but not others,” the publication reported. “For example, Windows 10 won’t let you make Adobe Photoshop or Notepad++ a default application for images or text files. But you can make other applications, like IrfanView, VLC, or Google Chrome, your defaults.”
*SNIP*

Full article HERE

Re: Windows 10

Posted: Fri Nov 09, 2018 12:59 am
by Daniel
para sa 1809 update pa pala ito. 1809 = 2018, September.

mukhang mas mahirap itong bug ngayon a. medyo natakot din ako sa bug na baka mabura yung documents thru update.