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  1.    26 Nov 2015 #81
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 1706 (CU build 15063.674)

    Nothing to lose (except I have to redo any customizations), I'll try. Thank you.

    EDIT: Just did Dism and sfc and didn't work. It stuck at 61% for some reason and then undid the changes and rebooted to Windows with the message that it failed (not specific reason given). Any other thoughts?
    Last edited by spapakons; 26 Nov 2015 at 17:04.
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  2.    26 Nov 2015 #82
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    Quote Originally Posted by spapakons View Post
    Unless they included the update in the ISO, since you have version 10586.14 the update was done successfully.
    When you run the ISO installer, it will always ask if you want to download updates first before it brings up the other dialog. It's basically the same as a in-place upgrade installation used to repair the system as seen in #9 here and if you choose Yes, you will get all the post 10586.0 updates downloaded and included after the install is done and if you choose No, then you will get 10586.0 and will need to update after the install.

    Repair Install Windows 10 with an In-place Upgrade - Windows 10 Forums
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  3.    26 Nov 2015 #83
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    Yes, didn't thought of that. I usually skip updates to avoid problems and make installation faster.
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  4.    26 Nov 2015 #84
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    Quote Originally Posted by spapakons View Post
    Yes, didn't thought of that. I usually skip updates to avoid problems and make installation faster.
    Yeah, I did it enough times when my start menu stops working... The download updates didn't work when I tried to install from a new admin level account as I deleted my tilelayerdatabase and I had to use another account so it doesn't get created immediately but instead after I login after Windows finishes installing so had to do it without downloading updates.
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  5.    26 Nov 2015 #85
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    For some reason, my last 3 updates via automatic Windows Update came spread over time. I got the big update 10586.3 right away (I did not get 10586). then 10586.11, and just now 10586.14

    All 3 updates were smooth as smooth can be, literally nothing broke, literally none of my non-default privacy settings were changed. I subscribe to the notion that the reason therefore is my run-of-the-mill hardware. The performance improvement from .3 to .11 is not noticeable to me. There is a clear improvement in terms of responsiveness from 0.11 to 0.14

    I guess I belong to the lucky ones with the one Windows 10 computer that I have. But I still won't update my other computers to Windows 10 yet, still too many people (too many for my peace of mind) still report their hot potatoes. I wonder if the number of hot potatoes will diminish before or after the free upgrade year.

    Any guesses how much an upgrade to Windows 10 will cost after July 2016?
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  6.    27 Nov 2015 #86
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    Quote Originally Posted by FrozenCursor View Post
    But I still won't update my other computers to Windows 10 yet, still too many people (too many for my peace of mind) still report their hot potatoes. I wonder if the number of hot potatoes will diminish before or after the free upgrade year.
    Windows 10 installs have topped 100 MILLION devices. That's 100,000,000. So how low do the "hot potatoes" have to diminish to? I mean how many of these "hot potatoes" are you actually reading about compared to the 100,000,000 devices that Windows 10 is installed on?

    Let's say you read about 100,000 people who have these "hot potato" reports. 100,000 / 100,000,000 is .1 %. 1/10th of 1%. Now, have you actually read 100,000 "hot potato" reports?

    Sure, you may think that a high percentage of people have problems with Windows 10 from reading a forum such as this one. But this - and most other computer forums - is about solving problems. But, in reality, probably 99,000,000+ installations of Windows 10 are out there completely unremarked upon.
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  7.    27 Nov 2015 #87
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    Quote Originally Posted by NavyLCDR View Post
    So how low do the "hot potatoes" have to diminish to?
    100 hot potatoes.

    I said earlier that a thread about an upgrade should receive 100 replies or less before I upgrade my other computers to Windows 10 (At the moment, I have only one computer upgraded to Windows 10) Ah yes, I made that statement in that particular upgrade thread that has 1400+ replies and counting

    I am sure that by 2020 (end of Windows 7 support) or much earlier, a thread about upgrading to Windows 10 will get less than 100 replies and that by 2023 (end of Windows 8/8.1 support) or much earlier, a thread about upgrading to Windows 10 will get less than 10 replies.

    I am hoping that upgrade threads get less than 100 replies before the end of free upgrade year (July 2016) as it would save me some $$ but I am not sure. I will keep an eye on forums like this.
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  8.    27 Nov 2015 #88
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    Yes but by 2020 and later we would be talking about Windows 11 or 12 issues. Few will still install Windows 10.
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  9.    27 Nov 2015 #89
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    This update removes CCleaner. If CCleaner Is Monitoring then the update cannot remove it and will fail during "installing updates"
    Cr*p
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  10.    27 Nov 2015 #90
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjkxpjkx View Post
    This update removes CCleaner. If CCleaner Is Monitoring then the update cannot remove it and will fail during "installing updates"
    Cr*p
    Pete j
    Hi I have Ccleaner Pro with Monitoring
    This update went in ok and it certainly did not remove it.
    Before you say I must of been lucky, it was the same on all the systems I run and look after.
    Also do you have the latest version installed of Ccleaner.
    If you don't that maybe why it failed or removed it.
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