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Windows 10 Update Final Project

Windows 10 version 1709, 1803 & 1809 Three major windows updates for windows 10 that has been release by Microsoft are update 1709, 1803 and 1809. Each Windows 10 version has a unique name to distinguish from each other. Windows 10 version 1709 (Redstone 3), also known as the Fall Creators Updates was release in October 17, 2017. Windows 10 version 1803 (Redstone 4), also known as the April 2018 Update was release in April 30, 2018. And lastly, the Windows 10 version 1809 (Redstone 5), also known October 2018 Update was release in November 13,2018. Like every update that Microsoft push it will always have its flaws but compare to the update like 1803 and 1809, version 1709 can be considered as the better option for both personal and business use. Even though version 1709 is a year older when compare to version 1803 and 1809, Windows 10 version 1709 still pack a bunch of nice features that can be very helpful not only to personal use but for business use as well. Features such as windows autopilot which I believe business IT support can find most useful with, an MDM also known as mobile device management, kiosk configuration and many more. This version of Windows 10 update 1709 contains more features that I’d not list but the one I pointed out are a few important features that I see business IT Support specialist can use or business can incorporate into their business. Being an IT Support specialist, we always seek for ways or methods to help increase productivity. There can be so many ways on how to...

New features of Windows 10 Version 1803(ITSUP 108 final project)

The Windows 10 version 1803, also known as the April 2018 Update, contains very useful features for students and IT professionals. There are new features in these fields: DISM commands, SetupDiag, Focus Assist, Security and more. New DISM command options have been added to manage future upgrades. The following are the new switches: /Initiate-OSUninstall: will start uninstalling an OS install to return the computer to a previous installation of windows /remove-OSUninstall: will remove OS install capability from the computer. /get-OSUninstallWindows: will show the number of days after the upgrade during which you can perform uninstallation. /set-OSUninstallWindow: will set the number of days after the upgrade during which uninstallation can be performed. These new command lines will be useful for an IT professional when presented with a situation in which they will need to uninstall an OS installation. In Windows Setup, it is also now possible to roll back a version of Windows using the Post Rollback option. This can be done in versions 1803 or later or using Windows 10 Enterprise or Pro through the following: /PostRollback<Location> [\setuprollback.cmd] [postrollback {system / admin}]. This will also be useful for an IT Professional to assist users that would like to go back to another update version of Windows 10 than the most recent installation.  It will also be useful for students if they do not like a new update of Windows and choose to go back to the previous one. Another new feature is Focus Assist. Focus Assist allows you to schedule times or completely stop notifications from notifying you to avoid interruptions or distractions. You can quickly activate it by...