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    Hi Here's info on W10 latest updates! https://www.symantec.com/blogs/threat-intelligence/microsoft-patch-tuesday-february-2018
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    I recommend to use Advanced System Optimizer....because I personally use this software from last 2 years an it really gives amazing results...😉
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    No, I don't have a line that says "press any key". From the beginning, for each script, I entered both the code AND the generated output. I prefixed each section with "##" and separated them with "--------", to make it more easily identifiable, but apparently it wasn't. The script itself ends just before the "--------". The PAUSE instruction is responsible for the output line "Press any key to continue . . .", but that is my choice. ## script_name This is the script code itself and it ENDS HERE. --------------------------------- ## Output This is the generated OUTPUT, so one can analyse/troubleshoot it.
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    After this update a new, and totally unknown user emerged on my PC. The information from this user folder says it has been created before I bought my PC. It is named by a person's name unknown to me and contains folders with photos, excel-files, music, pdf-files, videos etc. (I bought this new PC this fall.) I tried to delete the new user, but was not allowed to do it. I tried to prevent the user with my F-secure, but the user-folders are protected, and again, I'm not allowed to delete this new, unwanted user on my PC. Never happened anything like this before, and I'm quite baffled.
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    I went to Settings - Status, and clicked on "Network reset". This fixed the problem.
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    I'm using Microsoft Edge browser with Google search. Every time I open up a new tab in Microsoft Edge, I get the super annoying pop up on the top right side asking me if I want to "switch to Chrome which is faster..." with a choice of yes or no. This pop up comes up with EVERY single tab I open and I have to click "no" to make it go away on EVERY Tab in the browser. So I disabled ad notifications in windows altogether. I thought I got that fixed; but No! Now, in Microsoft Edge a new pop up came up about ads configuration in every tab!!! Enclosed is a screenshot of the latest ad configuration. How do I stop this annoying pop-up along with the "switch to chrome" popup permanently? GoogleAdConfigPopUp.pptx