Windows Update Fail To Install
I would very much like to do that, but haven’t seen a choice. Every “features” update results in hours of computer use loss and struggles to get it back again. The arbitrary brutal resenting of configurations is a common practice of most windows 10 updates. My Dell Vostro crashed two days ago, just as the long weekend started. I assume it has to do with the last Windows 10 update.
People stick with Windows even though they complain because it runs the applications they use. Installing Linux scares many and those who tried it probably either got frustrated with the installation and setup, or they discovered they couldn’t find suitable replacement apps for the ones they ran on Windows. Its why I always read Linux lovers brag about the OS but hardly ever on the apps. In reality the apps https://wikidll.com/other/mshtml-dll define what OS you run, and people care less about the OS just as long as those apps work. Windows users unite, you have nothing to lose but your crappy O/S updates.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 2004 Arrives (But Not For Everyone Right Away)
I’ll grant you that many are scared of the word “Linux” thanks to the FUD spread by tech writers, pundits and “experts” that to use Linux, the user must be fluent in command line. I wonder how many users have actually done a bare metal install of Windows? Bare metal installation of any of the 20 most popular Linux distros is much simpler than a bare metal installation of Windows. For one, when installing Linux there are no repeated re-boots.
- I have laboriously tried page after page of suggestions for literally weeks.
- Come across yours and followed your instructions step by step and it works like a charm.
- I had to do several clean installs of Win 7 this summer, and a few since.
- I’ve been trying for months to find an update solution.
M$ knows that most users cannot/will not give up Microsoft products. They are trapped in Microsoft’s walled prison. The only way M$ will take notice of user dissatisfaction is if users switch to another O/S and M$ starts loosing market share big time. Unfortunately, for various reasons, a mass migration away from Microsoft will never happen.
Once logged in, files explorer is gone – cannot launch it even manually, it just does not exist – many other tools are gone – network settings are gone – message pops that bad token is referenced…. I am not sure about the right update version, but it stopped at 82% with that blue screen and sad emoticon. After it restarts itself, there is the windows logo at boot, then a black screen with rotating dots remain forever.
there apps you can download to disable the ms update. How do you disable windows update altogether?