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I know, right? I think I was stunned for a few seconds before promptly muting her and sending her back to the ring world of Halo where she belongs.
 
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Have there been any privacy changes since the blog post Aug. 7th?
 
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Have there been any privacy changes since the blog post Aug. 7th?
No idea what you're talking about.

Anywho....

Download September 12 CU KB4038788 x64 (934.9MB)

Brings system to 15063.608

List of improvements and fixes found here.

EDIT: Install was not entirely uneventful for me. Nothing too major. Just needed a couple restarts and a uninstall/reinstall of AMD graphics drivers to get things back in order. Also had to uncheck "Show tabs on a separate row" in IE. Not really a problem. But I don't like it like that. All else seems well...so far.
 
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No idea what you're talking about.

Anywho....
https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2017/08/07/feedback-helping-shape-windows-privacy/

For those of you who participate in the Windows Insiders Program, you can expect to see some of the privacy changes showing up in Insider builds in the coming weeks, and we welcome your feedback in helping us make create the best Windows ever.
Not sure why you replied, you can always step over a post.
 
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Not sure why you replied, you can always step over a post.
Curiousity. Not a mind-reader. Searching google didn't lead me to that particular blog post. Figured I wouldn't ignore your post like all the other passers-by. And such...

Anywho...not that I'm aware of. I'm not currently an Insider so...that might explain why.
 
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Curiousity. Not a mind-reader. Searching google didn't lead me to that particular blog post. Figured I wouldn't ignore your post like all the other passers-by. And such...

Anywho...not that I'm aware of. I'm not currently an Insider so...that might explain why.
Ah, thank you, it's hard to keep up with all the changes with so many builds floating around, fast, slow, RS4, mobile, and I think there is a server.
 

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Ah, thank you, it's hard to keep up with all the changes with so many builds floating around, fast, slow, RS4, mobile, and I think there is a server.
There is for server 2016. I only run the stable personally. though iv been itching to try the beta. maybe in the lab.
 
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https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2017/09/13/privacy-enhancements-coming-to-the-windows-10-fall-creators-update/

September 13, 2017 6:00 am
Privacy enhancements coming to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
By Marisa Rogers / WDG Privacy Officer
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In April, we outlined significant enhancements made to the Windows 10 Creators Update that gives you more control to make informed decisions about your privacy. Those enhancements included improving in-product information about your privacy, updates to the Microsoft privacy statement, and improving transparency by publishing more information about the diagnostic data we collect.

Continuing with our commitment to privacy and data control, today we’re announcing privacy enhancements coming to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update for consumers and commercial customers that further increase your access to information and provides you more control over what information is collected.

For consumers, some of the new experiences you will see include:

Easier access to privacy information during setup
To simplify your access to information about the features we offer, and the data collection and use around those features, we have made two privacy changes to the setup process.

First, we are giving users direct access to the Privacy Statement within the setup process. Second, as you set up a new device, the Learn More page on the privacy settings screen enables you to jump to specific settings for location, speech recognition, diagnostics, tailored experiences, and ads while you choose your privacy settings. You no longer need to sift through the privacy statement if you only want to read about a specific feature, simply click the Learn More button for easy access.

We want you to have all the information about your privacy setting options readily available so that you can make an informed decision about your privacy and how your data is used.



Ability to set application controls beyond location
Likewise, it’s important to us that you have transparency and control over which applications can access your information. Most users are accustomed to being prompted for permission to use location data when using a map or other location-aware application. Starting with the Fall Creators Update, we’re extending this experience to other device capabilities for apps you install through the Microsoft Store. You will be prompted to provide permission before an app can access key device capabilities or information such as your camera, microphone, contacts, and calendar, among others. This way you can choose which apps can access information from specific features on your device. (You can learn more about Windows app permissions here.)



App permission prompts will only apply to apps installed after the Fall Creators Update. To review and manage your existing app permissions go to Start, select Settings, then select Privacy.

Windows Analytics setting
Likewise, our Enterprise customers asked us to provide them with greater control over which data is shared with us to enable new services. In addition to the above enhancements, we’re also providing a new setting that limits diagnostic data to the minimum required for Windows Analytics. Windows Analytics allows Enterprise administrators to decrease IT costs by gaining insights, using Windows Diagnostics, into the computers running Windows 10 in their organizations. It is a fast-growing Microsoft service – providing data-driven insights that reduce the cost of deploying, servicing, and supporting Windows 10. To learn more about Windows Analytics and how your company can benefit from Windows diagnostics data, visit the Windows Analytics website.

As part of our ongoing dialogue and transparency with you, our customers, I am excited to announce these privacy changes coming next month in the Fall Creators Update. Windows Insiders will get an early look of some of these changes in the coming weeks. I look forward to continued dialogue and hearing your feedback here.

-Marisa
Apparently the biggest changes will be:
Easier access to privacy information during setup said:
First, we are giving users direct access to the Privacy Statement within the setup process. Second, as you set up a new device, the Learn More page on the privacy settings screen enables you to jump to specific settings for location, speech recognition, diagnostics, tailored experiences, and ads while you choose your privacy settings.
Ability to set application controls beyond location said:
Most users are accustomed to being prompted for permission to use location data when using a map or other location-aware application. Starting with the Fall Creators Update, we’re extending this experience to other device capabilities for apps you install through the Microsoft Store. You will be prompted to provide permission before an app can access key device capabilities or information such as your camera, microphone, contacts, and calendar, among others.
and for Enterprise:

Windows Analytics setting said:
In addition to the above enhancements, we’re also providing a new setting that limits diagnostic data to the minimum required for Windows Analytics. Windows Analytics allows Enterprise administrators to decrease IT costs by gaining insights, using Windows Diagnostics, into the computers running Windows 10 in their organizations.
 
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@Drone Just installed build 1709 using your 1st page links (not my first time) THANK YOU.

This build took longer to do a dirty desktop install. I did my daily driver the i7 970, as my test subject.
 
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Just made the jump to 1709 myself. Seems...pretty much...the same? I thought MS Paint was going bye-bye. Or to the Windows Store...or whatever. It's still right where it was for me. They added Phone and Cortana to Windows Settings. Looks like they updated a bunch of their apps(and added a few new ones)...that I'll probably never use. Oh...and the GPU monitoring in Task Manager is there. Other than that...so far as I can tell...it's a little underwhelmingly not different than 1703. Which is good...I guess. I hate change. :)
 
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Just made the jump to 1709 myself. Seems...pretty much...the same? I thought MS Paint was going bye-bye. Or to the Windows Store...or whatever. It's still right where it was for me. They added Phone and Cortana to Windows Settings. Looks like they updated a bunch of their apps(and added a few new ones)...that I'll probably never use. Oh...and the GPU monitoring in Task Manager is there. Other than that...so far as I can tell...it's a little underwhelmingly not different than 1703. Which is good...I guess. I hate change. :)
They wanted to remove it but it was cancelled after peoples protest...

MS Paint is here to stay
https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2017/07/24/ms-paint-stay/


btw Thanks @Drone , update works great !
 

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wow they shrunk the filesizes, thats great to see
 

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hmmm. ntlite had no issues processing the ESD I got from my softdist folder but its only PRO so I grabbed the ones in the OP and NTLite wont convert them. No problem Ill just use the decryptor but it isnt pulling the new decrypt keys. anyone successfully do it on 16299.15?
 
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No problem Ill just use the decryptor but it isnt pulling the new decrypt keys. anyone successfully do it on 16299.15?
The decrypter from the first post? Yeah...that's what I used. I don't remember if I did anything with the decrypt keys. I want to say I didn't. I'd never used it before, so I didn't really know what I was doing at the time. It did work for me though.
 

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decrypter worked for me on the new build just fine
 

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decrypter worked for me on the new build just fine
Did you run the update key batch or just run it?

EDIT:: got it using esd-decrypter-wimlib-30
 
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No. This ESD is for those who upgrade from 7/8.1 to 10. But those who want fresh install can decrypt it to ISO. Who cares anyway it works and esd is almost 2 times smaller than iso. Saves time/bandwidth/money for clients and Microsoft itself.
Not for everyone :p For me it's faster to download 4GB ISO, than converting 3GB ESD to ISO :)
 

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You guys need to use those spare rigs and get home WDS active. You're doing it wrong.
 
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Did you run the update key batch or just run it?
I just did it again to verify my previous statement. Redownloaded the ESD and decrypter from the first post. Ran it without updating the keys. Worked just fine as is. For the record.
 
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So I did a install with speakers already hooked up, I didn't realize Cortana talks to you during the install now. Scared the crap out of me :twitch:
I think you need a microphone/webcam for that to activate. But yeah, been around for awhile. Since the beginning of 10's launch, I think?
 

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You guys need to use those spare rigs and get home WDS active. You're doing it wrong.
provide more info and i shall look into this.
 
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I think you need a microphone/webcam for that to activate. But yeah, been around for awhile. Since the beginning of 10's launch, I think?
Ive done over 100 installs. Never with the speaker hooked up
 
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