Fixed an issue where the certificate selection popup sometimes isn’t shown in IE mode tab. Fixed an issue where webpages sometimes don’t zoom in as much as they should be able to. Fixed an issue where webpage zoom levels sometimes cause the Favorites menu to be zoomed as well. Fixed an issue where some parts of a web capture sometimes can’t be inked on. Fixed an issue where initiating a web capture sometimes removes any text highlighting on a page. Fixed an issue where web captures can sometimes be closed unintentionally.
- Since they changed how the lock screen works, that value might have been reset.
- This would make everyone happy, because it provides the end-user choice.
- Currently I have a setting of “Do not display the lock screen” in mine.
- You, as another user, should have an easy way to keep it on.
I applied this patch to my HP Elite Book and it’s now been an hour of watching the little mfc120u.dll missing white dots chasing each other in an infinite circle. Just an FYI that this patch might take some time to apply. Thousands if not hundreds of thousands of people don’t have a single problem with updates. You have a problem and you immediately blame Microsoft for sending out “buggy updates”. I wonder if the bug resides on your computer and not the MS update.
Microsoft’s advisory says the flaw is neither publicly disclosed nor exploited at the moment. It includes a workaround to mitigate the flaw in file-sharing servers, but says the workaround does not prevent the exploitation of clients. If you rely on Windows 7 for day-to-day use, it’s probably time to think about upgrading to something newer. Or maybe you have always wanted that shiny MacOS computer. Microsoft said this flaw can be exploited if a user runs Application Inspector on a hacked or booby-trapped program. Animesh Jain from security vendor Qualys says this patch should be prioritized, despite being labeled as less severe (“important” versus “critical”) by Microsoft.
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They just work day after day without blue screens of death. The only rare problem I had was with…Excel and that only required a force quit. I’ve been watch the little dots chase each other for an hour also. And I haven’t seen the hard drive activity light blink (granted I could’ve blinked and I’m not staring at at the thing all the time).
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Does any of this fix last month’s WIN 10 debacle with missing profiles? I’ve still got patches delayed the max it will let me. As far as I know last month’s patch has not been pulled and is still out there. You have 7 devices that have hundreds of logic vulnerabilities throughout the entire software-stack, from boot-up to boot-down.
It would be appropriate for all who comment on my response to the OP to disclose your financial interests in propagating and proselytizing this Windows update fiasco and scam. This site is about security… and suggesting that security updates should be disabled because they are “annoying”… needs to be shamed. Would be interesting to know how many millions have turned them off since then, like me.
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