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- Office documents that do not open after the upgrade
- Windows 10 locked on the login screen after the upgrade
- WiFi does not work after the upgrade.
I’m sure there could be more.
But among the most common problems affecting most updates for Windows 10 are :
- The cumulative update could not be installed
- Windows Update is blocked download updates
- We could not complete the updates. Cancel changes. Do not turn off your computer.
- Error when configuring Windows Update.
Take a look at some of the latest for Windows 10 :
- KB3194798 : Cumulative Update KB3194798 Cannot Install
- KB3194496 : The cumulative update KB3194496 that updated your Windows 10 to build 14393.222 has completed some PCs and the update has failed.
- KB3193494 : Cannot be installed and will be reset
- KB3189866 : Download KB3189866 The cumulative update has remained blocked.
- KB3176938 : Update fails
- KB3176934 : Broken PowerShell
- KB3176495 : Download stops
- KB3176929 : Windows 10 Anniversary Update caused several problems | Missing partitions after installing Windows 10 Anniversary Update | | Problems installing Edge browser extensions | Problems freezing millions of webcams were broken.
- KB3147461 and KB3147458 caused faulty applications, faults in the start menu and blue loops and screens.
- Internet access is not available after KB3201845 has been installed.
Girish, my friend, recently had a right click error on his Lenovo Windows 10 Home Laptop after a recent update. Until then, he was very satisfied with Windows 10, but such an experience was enough to upset him.
Whether it is 1 person, 1000 or millions, Windows 10 update problems, boring people seem to have become a trend. Each new update has several users who contact Microsoft Answers for help or to search for solutions on the Internet.
Who wants to run and apply workarounds
A Windows 10 home user does not have the time, incline or expertise to perform workarounds, modify registry settings or delete the SoftwareDistribution file. He/she just wants a stable Windows PC that he/she has under control at all times and that runs without problems.
The other side
Windows is installed on almost all hardware configurations. Although most come with good drivers, some are not up to the task. In addition, the user has a large software ecosystem from which he can choose and install the desired software. Some may or may not be well encoded and may be dropped after an operating system update. And then again, some users love working on their systems. Even an AV could trigger a false positive and quarantine an OS file! All these and similar reasons can affect the installation of Windows updates. Something has been wasted, and the update fails.
It is undeniable that Microsoft engineers worked hard and did their best to solve these problems – but perhaps more needs to be done to ensure that the problems caused by Windows updates are almost nil.
A small suggestion
(Microsoft) should even allow users of Windows 10 Home to postpone installation of feature updates by also allowing them to postpone upgrades. Windows 10 users would love to have more control over their PCs – and they would have the ability to install updates after being fully tested on other systems.
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