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  1. Hi, I would like to fink out if it is possible to control when updates are downloaded in windows 10. I know there is some control to schedule update times, but I'm specifically referring to downloading. In South Africa, Internet costs are quite high, so being able to schedule a download to only happen between midnight and 6am, would be SUPER great!!!! Up to now, Windows 10 is great, but this would really help a lot of people. On a second note, adding a "Install now" feature would also be great considering the latest bug which could delete files, this would give users time to backup, or completely ignore the update. If this doesn't exist, is there any way of sending this request to Microsoft? And will they even consider it or give feedback? Thanks
  2. Why did the latest update take so long? Its was as if the entire codebase for win 10 was being re-deployed?
  3. After a lot of reminders, updates are ready for your computer, quite a few updated and installed. 1703 I think it was, failed to install. Over a period of weeks I tried to down load it umpteen time. Always without success. Last week my wive closed the computer down as usual. Two to 2 hours later she remembered something and she had to start the unit up again On the screen was a lot of technical writing. I tried all permutation but no luck . I decided to the best thing would be do use all 5 recovery discs, after all the discs were used the message on the screen was, THERE IS A PROBLEM ON THE COMPUTER, COMPUTER COULD NOT BE RECOVERED ( words to that effect ) so I tried the Recovery stick this time 32GB exactly the same A useable computer was used for app. 2 hours shut down for app. 2 hours and on staring up discovered all we have now is a useless black box. Has anybody out there experienced anything like it and more to the point can it be repaired? The unit is mainly almost only used for email with friends and family abroad. Any suggestion would be very much appreciated Thanks Eric
  4. Dear All hope to find you in best of health,i am facing 2 issues after updating major update of windows 10 in June 2017 .actually when i updated the system and after final reboot laptop stuck at startup with black desktop window, after trying so many fix i was unable to complete to properly load desktop always stuck at black screen after login.then i perform the windows reset option to remove all the application and settings which worked for me. but after this i am facing this 2 issues. 1. No list available of wifi network Screen shot attached.i am able to connect to the known network which i previously used and saved in my computer but if i click on show available network it remains empty. even i reinstall all the drivers, restart the wifi autoconfig service. reset my network settings but still nothing work for me.2. application searching not possible.when ever i click start button and start typing for the software like paint word or excel nothing appear, i waited for more than an hour, but computer keep on searching. even i reset the index settings. screen shot attached.only option was left for me to install a clean windows.Thank you so much in advance
  5. Two Ways to Ensure KB3194496 Installs Smoothly Since late September, users started reporting issues installing a cumulative update for Windows 10, KB3194496; which increments the Windows 10 Anniversary Update to build 14393.222. Microsoft has not provided an official fix for the problematic update yet, but the software firm is looking into the issue. In the meantime, several work arounds have appeared that seem to be resolving the issue for many. The culprit seems to be associated with the bundled XBOX app which according to the Update History page, KB3194496 includes a fix that addresses: Addressed issue causing movies that were ripped using the transport stream (.ts) format to play without sound in Windows Media Player and the Xbox One Media Player app. Addressed issue causing the Movies & TV app on the Xbox to stop working when attempting to play content that was just purchased from the Store. If you want to get the update to install, users will need to delete or disable XblGameSave. Here is how you do it. Navigate to C:\Windows > System32 > Tasks > Microsoft then delete the folder XblGameSave. Press Windows key + X, click Command Prompt (Admin), type: regedit then hit Enter. Navigate to the following registry key then delete it: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\Schedule\TaskCache\Tree\Microsoft\XblGameSave Run Windows Update again then KB3194496 (Cumulative Update 14393.222) should install. Have you been experiencing problems with Microsoft's latest update for Windows 10? If so, let us know in the comments.
  6. In addition to the Windows 10 Home and Pro editions; Microsoft also provides a volume license client for large organizations such as schools, governments and businesses who deploy Windows 10 in bulk, called Windows 10 Enterprise. With the release of the Anniversary Update, Microsoft has also provided an Anniversary Update for Enterprise licenses. The ability to upgrade Windows 10 Enterprise will depend on your employer and Network/IT Administrators discretion. This is especially the case if you are connected to a workplace/school/domain. How to upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise 1607 Volume License clients such as Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise/Education utilizing KMS and MAK licenses should be updated by downloading the installation files for Windows 10 from the volume license servicing center. If you have a MSDN subscription, you can also manually download the ISO from there then perform a offline upgrade. If you are not connected to Domain, you should be able to upgrade to Windows 10 Enterprise using Windows Update. If you are running the Long Term Service Branch version of Windows 10 Enterprise, you will be able to download the latest version October 1st, then perform a repair upgrade. Domain policies might restrict upgrades from occurring. Users can attempt the upgrade by logging into a local account on the machine. if you are unable to do so, its best you wait until your Network Administrator determines when your machine gets the upgrade.