Windows 10: Cumulative Update KB3194798 for Windows 10 PC & Mobile build 14393.321
Updated from .222, took about 20 minutes on my modest 4Mb connection. (Downloaded about 400MB data)
Now at version .321
Glad to have microsoft working on polishing Windows 10. But also at the same time a bit worried if they have to release fixes so oftenly even after one year of the release.
Having more updates over a period of time is Microsoft's current thinking. You might want to read the following.
Overview of Windows 10 as a service
this is the thirs thing at >700mb and it's really annoying me. Each time i've been fortunate to have no install issues other than a very long download, MS chokes the life out my bandwidth for some reason, never used to be like this for updates.
what do i do w/ the manual one if i try that, is it a self installer thing, just d/l and click on it?
Overview of Windows 10 as a service
Windows 10 isn't a service, we do them a service by Beta testing this shit. Almost every update I get is a problem, then we have to go into forums like this and spend a couple of hours fixing things that someone who doesn't work for Microsoft spends a few hours on so thousands of people can fix it or try to. Can you imagine buying a car and having problems like you have with this operating system, some service that would be. The lights keep going out, I have to keep restarting the car before it will run, the window wipers keep stopping so I have to pull the fuse and plug it back in so they work again, etc. etc. etc. Wish those guys at Microsoft had the same problems with their cars that people here have with Windows 10. Windows 10 does start 2 seconds faster than Windows 7 though so I guess I shouldn't complain.
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Cliff S said:
Mine downloaded and went on without a hitch but the STRANGEST THING HAPPENED. I shut the PC down after verifying the updates went on, it shut down, and then the dreaded GETTING WINDOWS READY DO NOT POWER OFF YOUR PC spinner came up. It sat like that for 20 minutes. I pulled the plug on the PC and restarted and it "went away".
The only other issue is I had this PC set up to not require login upon restart. YEP...I have to log in every time. Worse yet, it keeps restarting with my LOCAL account and not my MS Account. It's awful.
I have to figure out how to reset that.
Mine seemed to go OK last night, took about 20 mins all together and seems OK tonight
just finished! took a while, did usual trick of hanging for aaaages at certain points, then suddenly was installing.
But if you check the updates history it will say failed.
Windows Update downloaded it and then i pressed install, then it restart and stop in a screen saying Windows is updating blah, blah do not turn off. it was there for some time i finished just doing a forced shutdown, then boot again and with a "failed" update install in Windows Update history.
Opened WIndows update today to check something, and it found KB3172985 and one Defender definitons update, but I installed the KB one on Tuesday, and restarted then, it was in successfully so why a second time?, says NO restart this time,...
I'm hoping somebody might be able to advise me on an issue I'm having. I'm not the most techy so I'm hoping I can explain it accurately.
It seems to be (from what I have discovered) linked to the Windows 10 Cumulative Updates.
Issue 1 began on...
Download x64 KB3097617: 496 MB http://t.co/bgMy2WebuS
Download x86 KB3097617: 223 MB http://t.co/FSYejVRx7B
I know that a lot of people have been having issues with this update, but I haven't even been able to get the update to appear in Windows Update, it's not in my Update History so im pretty sure it didn't install without me knowing, and when I check...