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Microsoft you wanna tell me HOW FUCKING LONG my production hours are? GO FUCK YOURSELF!!

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  • 6
    One misread of this and I was staring for quite a while thinking you were mighty serious at playing Minecraft.

    I mean, the word starts and ends with the same four letters
  • 1
    @Hedgepig @Hedgepig never thought of that but true story :D
  • 0
    Yeah.. we had this quite a few times now..
  • 3
    Umm...
    You seem to be on a quite old build of Windows.
  • 2
    If I remember correctly active hours got bumped to 18 hours in later W10 builds.
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    @filthyranter you are right it's the last LTSB version and not yet updated to 1709.

    @Kimmax sry for the repost, have never seen it the last few days
  • 1
    Calm down and turn it off
  • 3
    Just so you know you can 'roll' your active hours manually and it will always stay active.

    If we could just find a way to automate that.... Life would be great.
  • 2
    Did you just assume my working hours!?
  • 1
    @justwellbrock apparently 😂
  • 0
    I mean... you’ve gotta sleep sometime. AND you can turn this off in group policies
  • 2
    If you're using Microsoft products in production, you're doing it wrong.
  • 1
    @Ashkin @Ashkin it's my personal computer but the moving truck to linux is already waiting
  • 1
    It's because it needs 12 hours to update, minimum
  • 1
    Set Windows active hours to the opposite of your actual active hours so that when it updates, you're there to clean up the mess promptly.
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