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Well. This is pretty standard. Expected some fancier hack than this —>

If your device is ready, you can go to Settings > Windows Update and click the Check for updatesbutton. If it's ready, you'll just be able to click "Download & install" and be on your way.

EDIT but well, it works that way, just downloading. as simple as that

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My years of using Windows tells me to never update until it’s either mandatory or blessed by the community as a whole.

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Just now, scotchegg said:

My years of using Windows tells me to never update until it’s either mandatory or blessed by the community as a whole.

How is XP after all these years? 😛

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1 minute ago, scotchegg said:

My years of using Windows tells me to never update until it’s either mandatory or blessed by the community as a whole.

No issues whatsoever since Win11. Most stable and performant OS ever

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Updated, no issues. 


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Can we drag and drop to the taskbar yet?  My most missed feature from W10.


Call me Rob or Bob - I don't mind...  OK, I prefer Rob actually!

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17 minutes ago, bobcat999 said:

Can we drag and drop to the taskbar yet?  My most missed feature from W10.

Yes, it's back finally!

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22 minutes ago, Johnny19 said:

Yes, it's back finally!

Yay!  :biggrin:  Thanks for the response.  I will look to trigger my download just for that.

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I like to trick airline passengers into thinking I have my own swimming pool in my back yard by painting a large blue rectangle on my patio!

Intel i9 12900k in a ROG Strix Z690 D4 motherboard with water cooling, EVGA RTX 3080Ti Ultra, 32 GB DDR4 RAM 3800 CL15, 4 x Samsung 1 TB NVME M.2, with MSFS on a Samsung 980 pro PCIE4 (7000 gb/s).

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