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UltraTaco

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Joined
Oct 28, 2017
Look into my beautiful blue eyes, I'm beautiful. Repeat after me: "beautiful beautiful blue eyes"
Now click update now.

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If you need to skip updates for now, wear dark glasses, look away, click cancel, and proceed with caution.
 

knoober

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Joined
Mar 18, 2015
installed with Win10 build 1703, which then was updated to 1803.

Now it's just a matter of getting everything back to a dark style theme....

I would have to double check bit I think 1803 is dead. Should be on 1809 until 2020. Not sure it matters though

There is a power shell script/command that can unlock a dark theme. I forget the name of the thread, but it was started here around release date for Win10. Hell it might even be in the OP for this thread..... I'm certain it's here on OCF somewhere :D
 
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Alaric

Alaric

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Dec 4, 2011
Location
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There is another W10 thread. I can't link to it because I questioned someone's...shall we say...level of dedication to W10. LOL
 

Silver_Pharaoh

Likes the big ones n00b Member
Joined
Sep 7, 2013
There is another W10 thread. I can't link to it because I questioned someone's...shall we say...level of dedication to W10. LOL

I know the thread :) I just posted in it.

Just remember, "one of us, one of us..." :borg:
j/k :p
 

petteyg359

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Joined
Jul 31, 2004
When Windows 10 was first released, I gave MS credit for finally not being an *** and overwriting an existing bootloader (GRUB) with Windows every time it started up. Unfortunately, it seems they're back to their old tricks with one of the recent updates. GRUB miraculously got completely deleted (not just moved down in priority) from the UEFI boot options. :mad: