I have an Acer machine running Windows 10 Home and never had an problems
with updates. Perhaps the Pro machines are a bit more fussy.

Laurie

On 10 August 2017 at 19:13, Ken Dibble <krdib...@stny.rr.com> wrote:

>
> And as a double-bonus, if you had any updates hidden, say because they
>> corrupted your machine, the cumulative update un-hid them so they get
>> applied and, *boom*.
>>
>> How can you not love the company that does this?
>>
>
> <Tweety Bird>I DO! I DO love them!</Tweety Bird>
>
> We STILL do not have any Windows 10 machines (and I have ten never-used
> Win 7 boxes still in inventory for future expansion) for this reason.
>
> But see, I think that the Windows 10 forced update "feature" is actually a
> design bug that has caused Microsoft to achieve only 50% of its projected
> adoption rate for this OS (even though they gave away most of those
> adoptions for free and deliberately tricked and defrauded a lot of people
> into the "adoption"). Eventually somebody over there is going to wake up
> and realize this fact, and fix it. They keep inching toward it with some
> little change every few months. So when they finally return to full
> user-control of updates, then I will be able to avail myself of what is
> otherwise, according to many reports, a pretty good operating system.
>
> Ken
>
>
>
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