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Updates (optional) Windows 10: a chain of bugs and problems for anyone who installs them
THAT HAPPENS with the optional updates of Windows 10? In recent months, Microsoft has released some builds of its operating system that, although indicated as not required, have led many users to try to install them. With results that, in many cases, have disastrous results. The last in order of time, is the update KB4535996, released in early February and that a prelude to the usual patch Tuesday this month. Among other things, this update (let's say, optional) had to solve other problems that have arisen with a previous build, the KB4532695 that had led to malfunctions with the printers, to the blue screens or system hangs during the upgrade. The latest build has caused new problems with sound cards (operation inhibited) and the much-dreaded blue screens (inability to load the operating system).

The feeling - that bounces a lot on the forum of users of Windows 10 is that Microsoft has, in some way, started - maybe unintentionally, but should say to those who were forced to reinstall all the operating system - a sort of beta tester of the mass. In Redmond, they deny that there is this will and to argue that all of these updates are optional and not automatically installed even if you selected the option adjustment - precisely, auto - operating system.

But the doubts remain and spread like wildfire as users try to install these updates. Then, what to do concretely? If updates are optional, it is good - if you are not particularly experienced - not to install them on your computer, especially if the device is intended to work activities that may be compromised. If, however, you want to throw on these updates, we need to do in advance two things: 1) Backup all the data on the external media to the device; 2) Setting, BEFORE proceeding with the installation, a restore point. Attention, the computer with Windows 10 should normally do this automatically but it's good to go to verify - via the system settings - if such a procedure is actually turned on. And, in any case, to avoid problems, do the same to the creation of a restore point. If after the installation of the update, the computer should you have problems, the restore point lets you return to the previous situation. A precaution which, however, should always be taken when you install new software or update the device driver.

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