Windows 10: the blocking for the 2004 version is lifted on the Surface

Technology: Microsoft was preventing certain Surface devices from updating to the 2004 version due to technical issues. The blockade was lifted on June 29.
Microsoft releases the block it placed on certain Surface devices to prevent them from updating to version 2004. This block prevented users of certain Surface models manufactured by Microsoft, including Surface Laptop 3 and Surface Pro 7, from downloading and manually install the latest Windows 10 feature update.

According to information released as part of the May 2020 update, devices with more than one network adapter capable of operating in "Always On, Always Connected" mode may experience unexpected shutdowns and reboots. The Surface Laptop 3 and Surface Pro 7 both fall into this category. (Other surface devices can also be included; I asked Microsoft for a list of affected devices, but got no response).

Several technical problems when launching the updateEven though a patch (KB4557957) was released on June 9 as part of …

Aigle Azur: former CEO sues ex-shareholder Houa

Frantz Yvelin is asking hundreds of thousands of euros in damages for damage to his image. If Aigle Azur was liquidated in September 2019, Gérard Houa, who had 19% of the shares, would be largely responsible for it. This is in any case the version of Frantz Yvelin, the ex-CEO of this airline which had more than 1100 employees and mainly served Algeria.
Aigle Azur: former CEO sues ex-shareholder Houa

At the end of 2019, the ex-boss brought legal action against the one who was the third shareholder. He claims several hundred thousand euros in damages from him for damage to his image. In addition, Aigle Azur has brought criminal charges against Gérard Houa, in particular for forgery and use of forged documents. "I did not receive anything. I don't know, ”reacts Gérard Houa.

To understand this conflict, you have to rewind the film. In a difficult situation after a 2018-2019 financial year where the company had lost nearly 30 million euros, Aigle Azur needed to bail out before mid-September. At the beginning of August, Frantz Yvelin believed that he had found the solution: "Vueling was ready to inject 27 million by taking over half of our time slots in Orly and one of our planes," he says. Aigle Azur also planned to relocate half of its Parisian flights to Roissy, to separate from around fifty employees and to ask others to work more for the same salary.

But this beautiful building was shattered when, at the end of August, Gérard Houa made a putsch and landed Frantz Yvelin without informing the other shareholders. Two days later, justice restored Yvelin to his functions. "But the business was unmanageable," he notes. Houa had made things impossible for the staff. ” "It was Mr. Yvelin who was the CEO, and I was the one who sank the company. I find it curious, ”says Gérard Houa. History will end in justice.