Windows 10: Cumulative Update KB3194798 for Windows 10 PC & Mobile build 14393.321
Following download completion and reboot, I received a blue screen, then rebooted and all seems (keep fingers crossed) fine.
My .321 took about 1 hour to download. It stopped at several places. The first pause was so long that I thought the download had hung. After that I just waited for the download to start up after the pauses began. Everything seems to be running fine.
Downloaded in about 2 minutes and installing now.
Mine took 7 minutes to download and install on MSI Gaming Laptop, through WU.
First KB update that couldn't install for me since I started Windows 10: "we couldn't complete the updates, undoing changes". Tried it thrice and each time I attempted various changes to see if it would resolve the issue, but all failed. No errors after checking sfc /scannow and no problems with the other updates today, just KB3194798 .
I have been observing the Network activity .. and i noticed a weird or funny thing..
Windows update seems to work (download) even without any sign of activity in the network activity tab
could be a bug in windows 10 or something.. please share your thoughts about it
Someone please tell me this update resolves the issue with taskbar always being on top (on main screen) no matter what? :/
It's not a real 3.99TB, it's an illusion caused by hard links (NTFS entries that allow multiple directory listings of a single physical copy of a file). These are frequently used in WinSxS to avoid having multiple copies of the same file when it is a part of several updates.
A hard link
is a file system object that lets two files refer to the same location on disk. Some tools, such as the File Explorer, determine the size of directories without taking into account that the contained files might be hard linked. This might lead you to think that the WinSxS folder takes up more disk space than it really does.
Disk Clean-up, like File Explorer, doesn't seem to check for hard links when calculating sizes. Funilly enough this time round I didn't see this myself, though I did last August, in common with several others.
The update went without a hitch this time. Maybe because I updated at 12:30 AM when I got home from work.
I haven't installed the cumulative update yet but I had installed the Malicious Software Removal Tool update and it took quite sometime to finish.
A little question about the cumulative updates. Are they scanning the system before downloading the necessary files or are they downloading the whole msu thing and then open the index to compare to what is need to be installed?
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...