Microsoft releases fix for Windows 10 cumulative update issues

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Microsoft releases fix for Windows 10 cumulative update issues

Post: #3102 5735guy
06 Oct 2016, 09:19

Microsoft releases fix for Windows 10 cumulative update issues but the default automatic update policy falls under further scrutiny.

As predicted the usual suspects have been quick off the mark to defend the Microsoft Corporation. http://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft- ... te-issues/

In the article Ed Bott makes a most odd remark

"Although that number is small, it represents an unusually influential group of Windows 10 users" What does that mean?

The point he has entirely missed is whether the user is influential or not they should be considered as equal.

Of course we the critics of the Windows 10 default update policy set by the Microsoft Corporation have seen this coming. Ed Bott will argue that those who have upgraded from Windows 7/8.1 will be more susceptible to such issues but once again he entirely misses the point as it is he who backed the Microsoft Corporation to the hilt during the aggressive Windows 10 upgrade campaign.

Another article which is utter nonsense to the average user involves messing with the Windows 10 registry

Why the latest Windows 10 cumulative update is failing and how you can recover
http://www.zdnet.com/article/why-window ... n-recover/