Typical of the never-ending garbage coming out of Redmond, KB4462933 can remove the ability of a user to delay Windows Updates in the Windows Update GUI, Advanced Options > Pause Updates:
It's my job to ferret out bugs and garbage - and that means making Windows screw up - which isn't difficult at all.For me everything works perfectly, I think you are the "unlucky" one, as always
It's my job to ferret out bugs and garbage - and that means making Windows screw up - which isn't difficult at all.
Of course, but there's enough reports from the field that establishes that it isn't a hardware dependent problem. More than enough people are using the latest and greatest hardware, but still getting failures. It's just Windows Updates themselves.if your hardware hasn't received firmware, drivers, etc. updates for 5 years , yeah it's microsoft's fault. even small and medium size companies throw away older pcs that don't have problems from time to time just because of that.
Have you tried some memory wipe procedure using Dism++? I think Windows 10 is R2 droid needing memory wipes for perfect working.LOL
It's not about feelings at all.
The point that I have been making for a long while now at MT is that Windows Updates breaking is user- and 3rd-party application independent.
The test system above is 100 % default Windows 10.
What I have shown here is that on a fresh, clean install of Windows 10, updates fail. And that happens in approximately 20 % of cases.
There are those that argue it is the user's fault and\or the 3rd-party programs' fault that Windows 10 updates fail.
Nope. Not accurate. It's predominantly Windows 10 Updates themselves.
You have a single guy here at MT that says "I've never had a problem and therefore it has to be the users and 3rd-party programs."
Meanwhile, there are those from the field - industry insiders spread across continents - that report failure rates of between 5 % - 15 %, with a few exceeding that. Of course there are those that have not a single issue - ever.
Not to mention the numerous reports, articles and collective negative experiences posted online.
I can show that Windows 10 Updates will fail on one system and succeed on another - two entirely identical systems sitting side-by-side, both with fresh, clean installs of Windows 10, connected to the very same network, running Windows update simultaneously.
Just pointing out what is real, and what isn't.