Windows 10: Update question
Yesterday Windows requested to do an update. I said yes.
This was not a normally scheduled update.
This was on a Samsung Utrabook PC.
After the update it would not accept my password.
It forced me to use my password for my Microsoft Outlook email account.
It rearranged my screen substantially.
Why did this happen?
I want to ask, under what time interval does MS actually refreshes its .ISO ? (Official site).
I understand, the official .iso would have been uploaded after the anniversary update and now I wonder when would be the next .iso update.
I know that keeping your pc update is very important, but due to bad internet it is very difficult for me to do so right when updates come out. I am using windows 10 and the workaround that disables the service. I turn on updates whenever I can get...
I have one PC and run Win8.1 or Win10. depending on which SSD I use
I run Win7 most of the time and every few months pit the Win 8.1 SSD to get the updates
They are Win 7 Ultimate and Win8.1 Pro versions
Question is if I update the Win8.1...
Today my Win10 wanted to restart because of a new windows update, so I let it do that.
Now I have a new setting (??) under advanced options in "Update & recovery".
The last setting are like this:
"Choose what branch you'd like to get...