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GeneralRe: Visual Studio Client Detection Utility Pin
Nelek3-Oct-23 11:27
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steve.tabler4-Oct-23 5:53
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I'd set-up a test station (another computer), with the same OS and programs installed, and then enable that update and see what it actually does. Just becuase Microsoft says it is going to do X doesn't mean that it isn't going to do Y also or instead.

I've skipped Windows 10 for the most part, and I have built a Windows 11 system for select newer apps that have internal blocks that keep them from running on Windows 7. However, I've found that Windows 11 is a slow painful environment to use, and frequently needs several hours of warm-up time before I can use it when it's first booted. With that in mind, I haven't moved all the projects I'm involved in over to the Windows 11 system. I can't take a chance on it not working at a critical momwent.
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Generaltesting Pin
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