Day one of upgrade to Windows 10 i never saw Windows update in control panel like Windows 8.1 and even up to now.
Anyway I had to take a double look at what he wrote myself.
@jds63 and @sygnus21
I spoke and wrote out of habit about Control Panel and Windows Update. I had noticed it 'missing' after the upgrade. And I had been running manually Windows Update from Start Menu/Settings.
Before the Cumulative Update, I had lost the ability to check for updates from Settings. All's well that ends well.
Hello everyone. I had issues with explorer.exe crashing very frequently, about 2-3 times an hour (or if I right click on the network icon in notification area.... or opening control panel from desktop shortcut). This was happening in windows 8.1 before I upgraded to W10. This update seems to have fixed it. So far I have been running for about 5 hours and Explorer.exe seems to be running fine now.
I did some digging into event viewer and the crashes seemed to be tied to Reagent.dll reporting that the hash does not match.
I noticed that one of the files affected in the update was reagent.dl, so I am guessing they REALLY pay attention to the trouble reports (or one or more of their systems was doing the same as mine).
Previous to this latest update I attempted to fix my system utilizing various SFC and DISM commands which always shown that there was no problems with the image.
I am so glad this patch came out today as I was resigned to doing a clean install of my OS this weekend
backup and recovery.
ReAgent.dll is a DLL file which is responsible for component Microsoft Windows Recovery Agent DLL in Windows systems like Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit.