Bugs that I have experienced in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update

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  1. Jesse Williams's Avatar
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    Bugs that I have experienced in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update


    These are the following bugs that I have noticed with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update:

    1.) Freezing Up: Taskbar, Programs, Apps freeze up.
    2.) Start Menu: Opens fast that it stutters upon opening.
    3.) Microsoft Edge: As I was typing this, it froze up. I had to minimize the browser (Edge) and open it back up.
    4.) [ATTACH=CONFIG]94014[/ATTACH

    There may be more but that's all I can think of so far.

    Hopefully Microsoft will fix these issues soon.

    Does anyone know how to fix the freezing up (not responding) of apps, programs, and the taskbar.
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  2. Jesse Williams's Avatar
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    Does anyone know how to fix these issues?
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  3. dalchina's Avatar
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    Hi, not experiencing these problems.. could you confirm you had Win 10 installed previously, and did not have these problems, upgraded, made no other changes, and now have them?

    If so, suggest you try a clean boot and see if there's a difference.
    Clean Boot - Perform in Windows 10 to Troubleshoot Software Conflicts - Windows 10 Forums

    Please note forum rules prohibit 1 line thread 'bumping'. Thanks.
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    My Windows 10 Anniversary Update installed perfectly on 2 machines. I noticed a performance increase after tit completed.
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  5. Jesse Williams's Avatar
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    Everything seems to working a little better now. Although, I am having trouble getting the update installed on 2 other Laptops through Windows Update. Windows Update says there are no updates available. I really don't want to download the update directly from Microsoft again, as that's why I believe I am having issues with my Desktop PC and my Laptop which is why I created this thread in the first place.
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  6. Posts : 755
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    https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/1...n-install.html

    jesse - Many that have experienced issues rectified by doing a clean install. Just need to backup your files.





    dalchina said:
    Please note forum rules prohibit 1 line thread 'bumping'. Thanks.

    That rule needs to go away, especially after a major release and the OP waits for a reasonable time.

    There is a myriad of problems with this update as outlined in the below article.

    Everyone who's been paying attention to Windows 10 updates expected installation problems. Microsoft hasn’t yet delivered a Cumulative Update that installs on all machines, so it shouldn’t come as any surprise that Anniversary Update installs trigger a wide variety of failures, rollbacks, flakey Universal Windows programs, and error codes such as 0x80070020. I talk about all of those errors and more in my May article, 20 fixes for a Windows 10 update meltdown.
    Mauro Huculak at Windows Central has a different list of problems that have occurred -- problems connecting to the Microsoft servers, driver incompatibilities, insufficient storage errors, damaged installation files, and more.
    http://www.infoworld.com/article/310...ate-grows.html
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  7. Jesse Williams's Avatar
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    Okay. When doing a Clean Install, do I need to delete the old Windows 10 partition?






    That rule needs to go away, especially after a major release and the OP waits for a reasonable time.

    There is a myriad of problems with this update as outlined in the below article.



    http://www.infoworld.com/article/310...ate-grows.html[/QUOTE]
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  8. Porthos's Avatar
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    torre said:


    That rule needs to go away, especially after a major release and the OP waits for a reasonable time.
    The reason people use forums is they want free help. Free comes at a price, You have to wait till a "volunteer" who has a good answer can get to it.

    Forums are NOT chat rooms.

    Want help fast, See your local computer shop.

    Image backups are your friend. Every single computer user on the planet should have one.
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  9. Jesse Williams's Avatar
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    First of all, I am not rich and can't afford to take my computer to a repair shop all of the time. Second of all, I know how to work on computers. It just takes someone to explain to me how to do it. With that being said, when doing a Clean Install, do I need to delete the old Windows 10 partition?
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  10. SoFine409's Avatar
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    Jesse Williams said:
    First of all, I am not rich and can't afford to take my computer to a repair shop all of the time. Second of all, I know how to work on computers. It just takes someone to explain to me how to do it. With that being said, when doing a Clean Install, do I need to delete the old Windows 10 partition?
    Hi Jessie, take a look at Brinks tutorial about a clean install. It will remove everything on your disk. Be sure to back up your data and have everything you need on hand to reinstall all of your applications.
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