Items tagged with windows 10 update

Microsoft can't seem to get it right over the last year, with Windows Update seemingly break things nearly every time the company sets out to address an issue a past update caused. Case-in-point is the latest Windows 10 KB4524147 cumulative update that shipped on October 3rd, with security fixes and to address the printer issue that the update released previously caused. Unfortunately for some Windows users, the October 3rd update appears to have broken the Start menu. Again... Microsoft said that the printer issue that  some devices suffered from after the earlier update was fixed in KB4524147 update that released out-of-band on October 3rd. Users are now reporting that the KB4524147 update... Read more...
Are you tired of manually deleting files to make way for a Windows 10 update? A solution is on its way! Microsoft will now reserve at least 7GB of your device’s storage to help facilitate smooth Windows 10 updates. Windows currently does not check to see whether a user has enough space on their device before beginning an update. Users who currently do not have enough storage space usually receive an error message and must delete some of their files. Windows 10 19H1, also known as version 1903, will save at least 7GB of a device’s storage to guarantee that there is room for any future updates. This feature will be automatically enabled on devices that ship with Windows 10 19H1.... Read more...