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Author: Kevin Gregg

Windows 10 Cumulative Updates KB4075200, KB4075199 Now Available for Download

Microsoft started fixing issues with Meltdown and Spectre updates last week when the first patches were issued to Windows 7 and 8.1 computers, and the rollout continued in the last few days with more updates aimed at Windows 10. Today, the company published not only a new cumulative update for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (KB4073291), but also updates for Windows 10 original version and Windows 10 version 1511 (November Update) – KB4075199 and KB4075200, respectively. Both are available in the form of cumulative updates and “address issues where some customer with AMD devices get into an unbootable state.”...

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Senate Push To Save Net Neutrality Needs Just One Vote, But You Still Shouldn’t Get Your Hopes Up

A Congressional effort to reverse the FCC’s attack on net neutrality needs just one vote to move forward, but still faces a very steep uphill climb toward success. Fifty senators have endorsed a legislative measure to use the Congressional Review Act to reverse the FCC’s repeal of the rules. The CRA can be used to reverse any regulatory action with a majority vote in Congress, provided the vote occurs within 60 days of the regulatory action in question. With 49 Democrats and one Republican (Maine’s Susan Collins) now supporting the effort, it needs just one Republican vote to forward,...

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