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Anti-Malware Toolkit 2.0.4 has been released!

[New] Proper Windows 11 detection.
[New] Checks in the tree are themed for Windows 11.
[New] Graphic added to the status bar for Windows 11.
[Changed] Default download path is now the user's Downloads folder.
[Removed] Code cleanup – removed XP and Vista remnants.
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Anti-Malware Toolkit 2.0.3 has been released!

2.0.3 - 2021-02-10

[New] Graphic added to the status bar dependent on installed Windows OS.
[New] Improved OS detection for Windows 10 versions, such as 20H2.
[Changed] Switched to the newly built in Microsoft JSON.
[Changed] Numerous code optimizations to Treeview and DownloadManager.
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Anti-Malware Toolkit 2.0.2 has been released!

2.0.2 - 2020-09-25

[New] Option to delete downloaded files on close.
[Changed] Windows 7 will explicitly use the last supported TLS, version 1.2.
[Changed] Right click menu is now Run instead of Install.
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Anti-Malware Toolkit 2.0.1 has been released!

2.0.1 - 2020-07-02

* [New] Tasks menu to easily allow users to run common repairs.
* [New] Report a Bug form with diagnostic information.
* [New] Ability to scan with Microsoft Malicious Software Tool under Tasks menu.
* [Changed] Applied better optimizations to images.
* [Changed] Redesigned About form.
* [Changed] Code improvements and optimizations.
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You can get the Update Assistant and Media Creation Tool in the Anti-Malware Toolkit!

The Windows 10 May 2020 Update has started to become available to customers around the world as a free update.

Since the beginning of this year, we have seen the world significantly change all around us. People, families and businesses are adjusting to new ways of working, learning and connecting. For many, our dining rooms have become home offices, our living rooms have turned into classrooms, and our kitchens social gathering spots and breakrooms. Amidst these changes, our needs to connect with one another and be productive from anywhere have never been more critical.

More than ever people are turning to Windows PCs to support fundamental human experiences. Students and professionals are using Office and Microsoft Teams for remote learning and collaboration, and whether they are down the street or across the world friends and families are celebrating accomplishments and holidays on Skype, even playing games together online to have fun.

As the world and people’s routines change, it is important that we focus on meeting the over a billion people around the world relying on Windows where they are now. That next step comes today with the release of the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. The May 2020 Update comes with feature improvements that will help save you time and maybe even be a source of fun. The new update is available today for those who want to seek it. You can get the update in a few different ways, visit this blog post to learn more about how to get the May 2020 Update today.
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It's been along time in the making. There has been a lot of work that has gone into this release. With more to come, including more features on the roadmap.

Check out the thread for all of the changes and to join in the discussion!
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Also known as Windows 10 version 1909, this is the smallest, quickest Windows 10 Update yet. It’s practically just a service pack.

To install the update starting later today, head to Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update. Click “Check for Updates.” You’ll see a message saying the update is available. Click “Download and install now” to get it.

A “Less Disruptive Update” With Fewer Changes

Microsoft’s John Cable explains that this update “will be a scoped set of features for select performance improvements, enterprise features, and quality enhancements.” In other words, expect a select set of bug fixes, performance tweaks, and a handful of business features.

If you’re sick of big Windows 10 updates every six months, Windows 10’s November 2019 Update (19H2) is the update for you! Installing this update will be more like installing a standard cumulative update like the updates that arrive on Patch Tuesday. It should be a small download with a fast installation process—no long reboot and purging of old Windows installations necessary.

Computers with the May 2019 Update (also known as 19H1) installed will get a small patch via Windows Update and quickly update themselves to the November 2019 Update (19H2.) This will likely arrive sometime in November 2019, as the name suggests.

With Windows 7’s end of life looming on January 14, 2020, Microsoft clearly wants to avoid a repeat of last year’s buggy October 2018 Update.

It’s already out there and being tested. As of September 5, Microsoft says every Windows Insider in the “Release Preview” ring has been offered Windows 10 version 1909. A year ago, Windows 10’s October 2018 Update was released without any testing in the Release Preview ring at all. On October 10, Microsoft said Windows Insiders in the Release Preview ring already had what Microsoft expects is the final build.
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Windows 10 1903 has been released to the world. People have been upgrading eagerly to this new release.

If you missed the frontpage article, there's a lot of changes for 1903.
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