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joe53
5 Rhenium

More Sept Windows 10 Update Woes

"Microsoft has a quality control problem. Right now, Windows 10 updates are a minefield with some updates causing more problems than they fix. And now new warnings suggest Microsoft’s latest Window 10 updates might be one of the worst." (Sept 15, Forbes)

Full Read (and weep):

https://www.forbes.com/sites/gordonkelly/2019/09/15/microsoft-windows-10-update-problem-wifi-interne...

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ky331
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Re: More Sept Windows 10 Update Woes

Very distressing to read this. While I realize it's not possible for MSFT to consider/test every possible configuration of hardware/software, one would certainly expect them to test compatibility of major components, such as Intel's processor and network card.

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7- Thorium

Re: More Sept Windows 10 Update Woes

Such cheery news for a Monday AM....NOT!

Does MS send these updates out to their Insiders before they force feed them to the rest of us?

I can't believe at least some Insiders wouldn't have had and reported such problems, given all the different PC configs they must use, and especially when the Start menu gets broken. Or is it that MS just doesn't listen...?

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7- Thorium

Re: More Sept Windows 10 Update Woes

Seeing users post about USB not working after this KB update, one of the known issues with the update.

No keyboard/mouse probably = no way to uninstall the update...

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