Windows Update problems: What went wrong? Microsoft says Windows Update DNS outage is fixed and things should return to normal for all customers soon. With April now here, Microsoft is gearing up to release the Windows 10 April Update or version 1903, which it’s been testing with Windows Insiders for months. Windows 10 Windows 7 versus Windows 10: Here comes the big push Windows 10 users: We’re killing OneDrive Groove Music streaming, says Microsoft Windows 10 bugs: Microsoft reveals more on automatic removal of broken updates Windows 10 graphics: Intel warns, patch 19 severe driver flaws now Windows 10 now automatically recovers from bollixed updates (CNET) How to turn on verbose booting mode in Windows 10 (TechRepublic) The company announced late last week it had removed an upgrade block for devices with games that use anti-cheat software. The block has been in place since late February and depended on fixes from third-party vendors to resolve the issue, which affected preview builds from the 19H1 branch. “Many games that use anti-cheat software have released fixes for the issue causing PCs to bugcheck (GSOD),” wrote Windows Insider lead Dona Sarkar. “The upgrade block that prevents Windows Insiders from updating to the latest build will be removed soon.” The lift on the block means users in the slow and fast ring should see 19H1 Build 18362 in Windows Update soon. However, Sarkar noted that Microsoft has been working through a glitch causing build 18362 to fail to install for some Slow ring users…. [Read full story]
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