Creator's update hardly worth it

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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit v1803 build 17133.73
       #21

    dump i.e. forever. a good start next bfd update.
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  2. Posts : 472
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit v1803 build 17133.73
       #22

    DeaconFrost said:
    Thank you! It annoys the hell out of me when people have issues with their own system, but decide to blame it on buggy software. Common sense. If it were buggy, all installs would be buggy...and all would have issues.
    agree. not seeing any problems after shutting down all the tracking stuff and useless apps.
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  3. Posts : 472
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit v1803 build 17133.73
       #23

    might just be an education thing. it is after all a computer, not a cell phone. they use these things to figure out how to go to mars and back. what do you use it for?
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  4. Posts : 87
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit 1809
       #24

    Update went smoothly and fairly quickly yesterday but some settings were reset, some websites did not recognize my computer anymore and user names and passwords were wiped out, printer failed to communicate with the PC and finally a failed Windows security update for software I do not even have installed (Visual C++ 2005.) Some time and a little common sense got things back to where I wanted them although the printer issue took a little work.

    On the plus side, once I delete the AU files (waiting a few days) and do a disk cleanup I will end up gaining a good 10+ GB of free space. Edge is working noticeably quicker and better and I like the new Defender Security Center, at the very least it opens up instantly from the taskbar as many times as you want it to. I have no real interest in the other new features.

    All in all I'm happy that it's done and over with, no issues as of yet after sorting things out.
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  5. Posts : 5,478
    2004
       #25

    FrankS said:
    So hes now up & running & then Windows comes along with an update and borks his machine. Hes got a pile of work to do & data he needs to access. Hes got steam coming out of his ears & a lot frustration he needs to vent.

    So wheres he going to go?
    I think you hit the nail on the head. He's going to let off steam anywhere he can which considering ranting to people on the street might be seen as peculiar will most likely be an internet forum.

    I get cross and post things I shouldn't sometimes, as does everyone I suppose, and I don't really care if others do as long as they aren't personally offensive.

    Saying "Windows is crap" though (while understandable) is generally boring and unhelpful to read. A better phrasing would be "This crappy Windows, gosh, it is annoying me, can someone help with this SPECIFIC problem". Normally, I've found, someone can.

    Apropos of nothing really, I was reading a recipe for baked cauliflower this morning on a newspaper site and there were dozens of moderated comments. Lots of people getting so worked up about a method of cooking brassica they had to swear and shout. It seems odd but I guess is human nature and not restricted to Windows operating systems.
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