Having computer problems after the anniversary update
October 7, 2016 4:24pm CST
Having computer problems after the anniversary update Microsoft, when will they learn. Windows 8 was bad, Windows 8.1 was better, Windows 10 was good never had a problem with it until the latest anniversary update of windows. If my laptop goes to sleep or I close down I have problems in getting it back on and working. I just have to keep trying and then it kicks into life. It appears that many people are having issues with the latest windows update, some people can’t even get into their computers. I’m just hoping Microsoft can sort out the problem the latest update quickly, are you having problems after the latest update which has been rolling out to some 350 million computers since August. I had the update on Monday and my laptop not been the same since.
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• Manchester, England
7 Oct 16
@kevin1877uk All software acts differently from machine to machine because there is a cast variety of combinations between software and hardware. This is the reason that months of testing takes place before any new operating system is released.
8 Oct 16
How did you switch back, I read about doing a "hard restart" to get into taking it back, but I wouldn't want to make things worse seeing nowadays I only have a laptop, I really need a backup computer just in case every on my laptop goes south.
• Johannesburg, South Africa
8 Oct 16
@kevin1877uk I didn't switch back, just switched the computer off and on again and hoped for the best. I had no choice because nothing I did was getting any response at all. My backup (netbook) computer is so old and slow that it's no use for anything any more, so I'm in the same boat as you are. If I'm really desperate I could use my Kindle to go online but that's not an option I'd like to use. I need to type on a keyboard, not a screen.
• Hyderabad, India
7 Oct 16
Who is at loss now? Is Microsoft or the Consumer? I want to sue Microsoft for their defective product being market with many features which actually it dows not have. Moreover,, spoiling the performance of our systems.
• Jetersville, Virginia
microsoft will come out with a fix it is some files that have been updated with the update. You might be able to either uninstall the update or do a system restore to get back to when it was working fine and when the fix comes out you can always reinstall the update and the fix and you should be good. I work on computers and fix problems like that but I am not a windows 10 guy so I must say that I am not sure but that should work for you.