windows update

  1. froggyboy604

    Do you feel most Windows users experience Windows update problems ?

    I feel most Windows users will experience Windows Update problems because there are already a lot of complaints online related to Windows Update failing to install an update, or not working. Most less tech savvy users may just bring their computer to a computer repair store or a tech savvy...
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    Kaspersky Accuses Microsoft of Unfairly Disabling Its Antivirus

    Kaspersky recently accused Microsoft of unfair practices for the way it deletes the company’s antivirus during Windows updates. The Russian company has now filed a number of regulatory complaints to right what it sees as a tremendous wrong. Read More I would be annoyed if Microsoft to...
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    New Windows 10 update will change hardware requirements to 2GB RAM for the first time since 2009

    Ever since Windows Vista launched in 2007, the minimum hardware requirements for Windows have remained mostly unchanged (Windows 7 slightly increased the required storage footprint from 15GB of HDD space to 16GB). Now, Windows 10’s Anniversary Update, which drops in roughly two months, will make...
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    Microsoft starts downloading Windows 10 automatically through Windows Update

    Microsoft has followed through with its plans to push adoption of Windows 10 by downloading it in the background to user machines running Windows 7 and 8 set to accept automatic updates. The company changed the designation of the Windows 10 download from “optional” to “recommended” within...
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    Latest Microsoft updates erase Word customizations, can break Edge, Outlook, File Explorer

    Update 12/24/15 9:06am: An investigation by Ed Bott casts doubt on KB3xxxx being the problem, and points instead to an Office update that affected Office 2010, 2013, and 2016; the Windows 10 update still affects Edge, Outlook, and File Explorer. We stand by what we said about the model Microsoft...
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    Windows 10’s fall update is deactivating/disabling certain programs without asking

    Microsoft’s first big update for its operating-system-as-a-service is deleting some user-installed apps without asking Windows owners for permission, according to dozens of complaints on message boards and forums. The affected programs include hardware monitoring tools CPU-Z and Speccy as well...
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    Microsoft confirms Windows 10 tried to secretly install itself on old machines by mistake

    This Forbes article brings us the news that Microsoft recently confirmed that Windows 10 secretly installed itself on older computers that were still running Windows 7 and Windows 8. Apparently, it all started in August when the company rolled out an automatic update to Windows 7 and Windows 8...
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