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BillH99999

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  1. I thought these settings only controlled how long you could pause a hold for. I didn't think they actually caused the hold to pause. To do that I thought you had to actually select a date in the drop down. I did't think having 1 in that box would in itself cause you to not get an update. I've had mine set to 30 for a couple years and I still get quality updates. Bill
  2. @Maurice Naggar I'm a bit confused. As you will note in my attached screen print, the above did not move me to 592. That was installed before Christmas... long before this patch was available. It was the application of patch KB4528760 which I downloaded and installed from the link you provided which actually moved me to 592. This screen print shows what my Windows Update History shows. Bill Applying patch
  3. These two issues which were reported back in November are not fixed by the new beta 1.0.801. Since we don't get any details as to what is fixed in the beta, I am reporting these just in case they were supposed to have been fixed. Bill
  4. @Porthos I tried the stand alone installer on my wife's machine. It said she already had KB4528760 installed. So it must have already been in the 1903 update she installed yesterday morning. Again, thanks for all your help. Bill
  5. @Porthos First thing this morning I did another manual Windows update check on my PC and it still said I was up to date. So I downloaded the stand alone installer and installed KB4528760. Now doing a winver shows I am on 592. I guess I really don't understand why I was not being offered this update via Windows update since it had supposedly been available since Tuesday. Next I'll verify my wife's PC already has it installed by trying to run the stand alone installer. Thanks, Bill
  6. That is what I was wondering in reply #27. I am on 535 and KB4528760 is not installed on my computer and does not show in the quality updates anywhere. Despite that, the last 10 or 15 manual windows update checks continue to say I am up to date. This seems very strange to me since KB4528760 has apparently been available since Tuesday. Next I will try to update my machine using the stand alone installer from the link above. Thanks, Bill
  7. @Porthos I'm going to bed now. I'll try on her machine and mine tomorrow. Thanks for all your help (and your patience). Bill
  8. @Porthos Is it hidden in the update she did today to 1903 and therefore not showing under quality updates? Bill
  9. @Porthos Then how can my wife be on 592 but she doesn't have KB4528760 installed? See screenshot in reply #20. And here is her winver... Bill
  10. @Porthos I meant to ask a question in post #20 and failed to do so. Build 18382.592 does not imply that you have update KB4528760 installed... correct? That is how it appears to me. Thanks for the explanation on 1909. Bill
  11. @Porthos On a related note. Do you know why she would still be on 1903 while I got updated to 1909 back in December? Bill
  12. @Porthos OK... Just to clarify because I am still confused. What confused me is that she is on Build 18382.592 but she still doesn't have KB4528760 installed. So she needs to install it. It seemed like you were saying that to be on Build 18392.592 you first had to install KB4528760. Bill
  13. @Porthos Now I'm confused. My wife is on 1903, not 1909. Her build shows as 18362.592. However, she does not have KB4528760 installed. So 18362.592 does not mean that this fix is installed. Right? Bill
  14. @Maurice Naggar I ran manual updates at least 5 or 6 times yesterday and again 5 or 6 times today. Same thing... it says my system is up to date (and also my wife's). This despite the fact that we are obviously not up to date. If it continues like this tomorrow, I"ll download and install the update. Thanks for the link. Bill
  15. Here is what my update history shows. I am still showing up to date when I run Windows Update. My wife's laptop is also on Windows 10 1909 and she is also showing as up to date even though she doesn' t have Tuesday's updates. Bill
  16. Do you know if these updates are metered out? I'm on Win 10 1909 and Windows Update says I am up to date and this KB has not been installed on my system. Bill
  17. @tetonbob I just installed the 1.0.793 beta and it seems to have fixed the problem. I am now getting the correct Roboform UI when I close and reopen Google Chrome. I'll keep an eye on it and let you know if I experience any other issues with Roboform. Thanks, Bill
  18. @GrahamW I also disabled automatic installation of new releases. If this bug remains in the beta when it is released then I don't want it to get installed on my system and break Roboform. I'll do a manual update to a new release of MB once I know the new release includes a fix for this bug. Bill
  19. @exile360 Thanks for the reply. I was able to confirm that going to a different tab and returning to the account details tab does require entering a password. Thanks for passing this on the product team. Bill
  20. OK, thanks for the info and the link. I'll look into that extension. Bill
  21. OK... guess that makes sense although it seems like a lot of work for MB to maintain a function that is not needed. Seems a bit odd that they would do that just for PR. Bill
  22. I am using MB 4.0.4 1.0.785. I have turned on the user access option. Under Settings I have selected all 4 options, General, Notifications, Security, and Account. When I start MB and click on the Settings cog wheel it doesn't prompt me to enter the password. Why not? Also, it opens the settings on the Account Details tab. There I can click on the Deactivate link and deactivate MB without being prompted for the password. Why not? I would have expected to have to enter the password in both cases. In fact I would have thought I'd have to enter the password even before seeing the account details. What am I missing? Bill
  23. @Porthos So why does MB even offer the custom scan option if it is a waste of time and not needed? Bill
  24. I don't know what that site is, but there are two hits for it on virustotal.com. Bill
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