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post #11 of 200 (permalink) Old 05-31-2020, 09:23 PM
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My Asus armory and Aura Sync stopped working after the update. Fixed it though. Asus Armory/Aura Sync and its AI Suite have always been kind of buggy software though.
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i thought they were gonna force me off of it in april, guess i misread the notice. even then, its only onto 1903 stable.
As LTSB/C user there's not really that much of a difference between the versions as all the unnecessary bloat has been removed and we're left with a cleaner and better OS.

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I did have some odd issues with my other rig installing the update. I would get the error it couldn't find the operating system after post but i fixed it in the bios. That and all my login user icon became blank and some of my devices reinstalled themselves. The update also took really long (30min). My 3950X based system had no such issues.
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still on ENT 1809 thx.
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WDDM 2.7 has hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling. If anyone wants to give it a try, 450.99 nv driver seems to be the go to one that supports WDDM 2.7 and to toggle it on/off: settings - display - graphics settings. Hopefully some frame time analysis will pop up after 2.7 reaches WHQL drivers.
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WDDM 2.7 has hardware-accelerated GPU scheduling. If anyone wants to give it a try, 450.99 nv driver seems to be the go to one that supports WDDM 2.7 and to toggle it on/off: settings - display - graphics settings. Hopefully some frame time analysis will pop up after 2.7 reaches WHQL drivers.
What does that mean? I'm not sure what hardware accelerated scheduling will do.

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As LTSB/C user there's not really that much of a difference between the versions as all the unnecessary bloat has been removed and we're left with a cleaner and better OS.
This.

I wonder how many of us have ascended (lol) to LTSC. I have it on my main gaming pc but not my backup little i5-6500 mini pc. And there is definitely a difference in resource use between the win 10 pro I'm using right now and the win 10 LTSC I'm used to being on.

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So I looked up LTSC out of curiosity. What all is removed from the long term service version of windows? I was reminded of the no fluff versions of Windows XP that I used to love so much.

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On a fresh install of LTSC there is no Cortana, no ads, no OneNote, no trial of MS Office, & no Xbox games platform. It's also really well streamlined so as to use less background resources - I ran LTSC on a machine with just 4GB of memory for the better part of a year and it really wasn't all that bad.

There are many more changes "under the hood" so to speak that end up using less CPU resources as well. Over all it's a well polished & I believe a better version of Windows 10.

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Awesome. Anything special required to get on the LTSC track or do I just need to hop on board?

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