Windows 10: Anniversary Update Deleted My Pictures Files
At the beginning of the year my Pictures folder held 4.75GB of photos. They all came through the Anniversary Update intact.
Don't know why my update did what it did, probably never will know. But it did. I'm happy glad others didn't suffer the same fate but that didn't change the fact. I also recreated the loss by restoring to a prior date and running the update again. But as stated when restored put all the photos [some heirlooms and some irreplaceable] on external drives along with several USB's, just to be on the safe side. Didn't have that many but what I had I wanted.
Have seen others have issues that I didn't have, but never felt a need to tell them...'gee that didn't happen to me' or 'I didn't have that problem' nice to know but not really helping...if you get my drift.
I've just done the AU and had a poor experience reported here https://www.tenforums.com/installati...te-report.html
yeah an one other thing...I am now getting One DCOM shutdown error even after following all the tips & tricks about changing the ownership to Administrators and all.
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I have read reviews for some products, but they all contradict each other, very confusing.
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The folder icons...