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[---------- CHANGELOG ----------]

(#) 2019.1.12 Changes:

* Added the latest Windows 10 Enterprise 1809 Updates from 12.12(December).2018 till 10.1(January).2019: KB4476976 (Replaces KB4471332) | KB4480056 (Replaces KB4470502) | KB4480979 (Replaces KB4471331).
* Updated Microsoft Visual C++ 2017 Redistributable from "v14.16.27012" to "v14.16.27024".
* Updated Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (KB890830) from "v5.67.15525.1" to "v5.68.15555.1".
* Updated Mozilla Firefox from "v64.0.0" to "v64.0.2".
* Updated 7-Zip from "v18.05" to "v18.06".
* Updated ImDisk Toolkit from "v2018.9.17" to "v2018.12.21".

ReadMe File:

[---------- INCLUDES ----------]

(#) Windows 10 Updates:

* All the Windows 10 Updates are included until 10.1(January).2019:
1. KB890830 - Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool v5.68.15555.1.
2. KB4469348 - Dynamic Update for Installation Media.
3. KB4470788 - Servicing stack update for Windows 10 Version 1809.
4. KB4476976 - Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1809 (OS Build 17763.288).
5. KB4480056 - Cumulative Update for .NET Framework 3.5 and 4.7.2 for Windows 10 version 1809.
6. KB4480979 - Security update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10 Version 1809.

(#) Windows 10 Runtime Libraries:

* Visual C++ Redistributable 2002 v7.0.9975.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2003 v7.10.6119.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2005 SP1 v8.0.50727.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2008 SP1 v9.0.30729.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2010 SP1 v10.40219.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2012 Update 5 v11.0.61135.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2013 Update 5 v12.0.40664.
* Visual C++ Redistributable 2017 v14.16.27024.
* Visual Basic Runtime v1.00.
* Visual Basic Runtime v2.0.9.8.
* Visual Basic Runtime v3.0.5.38.
* Visual Basic Runtime v4.0.29.24.
* Visual Basic Runtime v5.2.82.44.
* Visual Basic Runtime v6.1.98.39 (SP6 Update KB2911777, KB2992332).

(#) Pre-Configured Windows 10 Settings:

* .NET Framework 3.5 = Installed.
* OneDrive Auto Install = Disabled.
* Telemetry = Disabled.
* Show Hidden Items = On.
* Show all File Extensions = On.
* Browser Search Provider = Google.
* Task Manager View = Detailed.
* File Progress Dialog = Detailed.
* Combine Taskbar Buttons = Never.
* Windows Theme Color = Storm.
* Windows Theme Accent Color = On.
* Default Browser = Firefox.
* Default Media Player = PotPlayer.
* Default File Archiver = 7-Zip.

(#) Additional Applications:

* 7-Zip v18.06 (With a few Pre-Configured Settings).
* Mozilla Firefox v64.0.2 (With a few Pre-Configured Settings).
* PotPlayer v1.7.16291 (With a few Pre-Configured Settings).
* SumatraPDF v3.1.2.
* ImDisk Toolkit v2018.12.2.
* HashCheck v2.4.0.55.

[---------- INFORMATIONS ----------]

* Based on the original Microsoft Windows 10 1809 RTM release of "17763.107.101029-1455.rs5_release_svc_refresh_clientbusiness_vol_x64fre_en-us_a418169a963e94c70145fa1126a940318e5f88f3.esd" and "17763.107.101029-1455.rs5_release_svc_refresh_clientbusiness_vol_x86fre_en-us_c4821b38ec800cd011294f69e16d733f8dfb4688.esd".
* All the included extras can be modified or removed in the ISO\Disc folder "..\sources\$OEM$".
* A Windows 10 Activator has not been integrated, but a Text is placed on the Desktop with a direct download link to a working Activator.
* You can change between any Windows 10 Editions (Enterprise, Education, Workstation, Professional) by simply entering the respective CD-Key (Enterprise includes all the Windows 10 Features).
* System Requirements are (Minimum|Recommended): 1|3 GigaHertz Processor, 2|4 GigaBytes of RAM (x64) / 1|2 GigaBytes of RAM (x86), DirectX 9 Graphics card, 20|40 GigaByte Hard Disk space (x64) / 16|32 GigaByte Hard Disk space (x86).

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  • This commment is unpublished.
    mir shah jahan · 2 months ago
    me also put very good comments on Windows 10 Enterprise bit 64/32 ! but when set-upped
    with my PC, no Activation require Interrupted but after 2/3 days using again showing 'your windows 'need to activate otherwise may suffer so many ways ! Now what to do !
  • This commment is unpublished.
    aloush · 2 months ago
    some questions:
    1- Is this version safe from hackers and is my information safe in it?
    2- Where is the Windows Updates icon in the Control Panel?
    3- Why there are some tasks in running tasks that consume Internet speed like Delivery Optimization and Background Intelligent Transfer Service ?
    4- What are the differences between the original and the modified version?
    Note: First time use Windows... first time see like these site ...
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Ramsey · 25 days ago
      1. It's as safe as any other standard Windows 10.
      2. In Windows 10 this option was moved to "Start menu -> Settings -> Apps -> Update & Security".
      3. These things are all from Windows 10, put them in a search engine to find out more information about them.
      4. This Windows 10 has all the latest Updates included with a few extras, see the ReadMe file.
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    Gerry · 26 days ago
    So far found 2 bugs that I can't solve.
    1. Unpin program from taskbar always come back on reboot.
    2. Unable to set default program/file association.
    Been googling for several days but nothing works so far.

    Any help appreciated.
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Ramsey · 26 days ago
      1. Windows 10 is not allowing programs to change some file associations like Muisc files, Video files or the default Browser. You have to do this in the Windows 10 option "Start menu -> Settings -> Apps -> Default apps".
      2. This is Microsoft problem when adding new custom default Taskbar Icons for a new Windows 10 installation.
      I found a workaround for this by simply adding the attached file in this post to the Windows 10 folders
      "C:\Users\<-Your-Account-Name->\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup" and "C:\Users\Default\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup" (Create the "Startup" folder if it doesn't exist). And after that you only need to restart your computer.
      This file will do a workaround for this Microsoft problem and then delete itself.
      Files attached:
  • This commment is unpublished.
    dbx · 17 days ago
    I recently installed Windows 10 64bits, but keep seeing this pop up screen that keep telling the following:

    We can't sign in to your account

    This problems can often be fixed by signing out of your account and then signing back in.
    If you don"t sign out , any files you create or changes you make will be lost.

    How do i sign out in Win 10 , the only option i see is the power logo BUTTON and then sleep shut down and restart. Therefore i shut down the PC and turn on (next day) receving again the above notifications.
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Ramsey · 17 days ago
      At the Start menu click the 5th icon on the left.
      • This commment is unpublished.
        dbx · 17 days ago
        Well did as told, but results are still the same. Keep seeing notification.
        Its annoying because when i start using Firefox i have to sign in to my account again to start sync ,and wait a while for my bookmarks to show up etc: .
        • This commment is unpublished.
          Ramsey · 17 days ago
          Have you created a Windows 10 Online Account at the Windows 10 installation? If yes then try to create a Local Windows 10 Account. This is also better for you privacy.
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    dbx · 5 days ago
    Just asking, I installed Windows 10 back in November. Do i have to reinstall this new January edition ?
    • This commment is unpublished.
      Ramsey · 5 days ago
      No you don't need to do this. You will get the latest updates automatically over the Windows Update Center.