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  1. Why in god's name would someone attack servers hosting Windows updates? Can't even wrap my mind around that one..
  2. My apologies if this is in the wrong section, but there's probably no better place to ask this than in here since we're all obsessed with updates. When it scans for updates, does it ignore the ones you already have installed on your current OS? Is there anyway to turn this feature off or have it scan an ISO instead? (I guess I could always run in it in a VM I guess?).
  3. Ok, then what's wrong with using KUC exactly? You seem rather entitled for something that's free. Why not grab the files from the MS servers and host them on your own FTP server? Or is that too inconvenient for you?
  4. As the title suggests. Would be great to be able to customize this.
  5. The way I usually do it (and it works in v21 as well) is I select "Add Updates", then go to the root folder where the updates are, run a search for "msu", then sort by date, and then ctrl+a (or ctrl and select only the ones you want) and click open. More than one update will then add.
  6. For the time being you can use the following: link
  7. Also, to be on the safe side, make sure you download the file from here and nowhere else.
  8. Not a very big request, but I noticed the option for "Personal folder" was missing from the list. Add that, and it's complete!
  9. Hey guys, So I tried doing this a number a ways without luck. The first thing I tried was saving the theme from the Personalization menu, and then adding it to Basic->Theme Packs in Win Toolkit, and then selecting it as the default theme. This almost worked, but unfortunately, when you use save/export it from the Personalization menu it doesn't save all the required files which are located in C:\Windows\Resources\Themes. So I decided to try adding these missing files via Advanced->Files, and keeping the theme set as default in Theme Packs and no dice. When applying a theme from Theme Packs it seems to erase the folder you've added manually via the Files tab. When applying a theme, does Windows change any .dlls that I can just add via Files? Has anyone successfully changed the default theme to a custom one? (Other than the basic colours and wallpaper)? I'd really appreciate any help on the matter since I can't seem to figure this one out.
  10. Ran beta 7 last night, everything worked fine for me. Component removals, tweaks, silent installers, the whole nine (mind you, I don't use the McRip updates, just the ones I manually add from WUD). Also loving the new start menu options! Good stuff Legolas. By the way, is it just you working on this project? You're a beast! And hmmm, wasn't sure where to report this since there doesn't seem to be a sub forum for bugs but, I think there might be something with the Sound Theme component removal. Both times I had it checked off, I got some kind of component installation error when installing windows. Might be worth looking into (happened to me on 1.4.0.75 as well). Anyway, thanks a lot! Keep it up. This is a remarkable piece of software you have going.
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