Some people are getting annoyed only by the thought of a system update on their computers. On the other hand, there are people who are excited about the new features and interface that might come with the update. However, the first category is more in the right to hate it, as the latest Windows 10 update brought dozens of problems with it.
The April Windows 10 update came with a huge number of problems
This year, the number of people excited about system updates has definitely decreased. April’s Windows 10 update came after us, and we didn’t even expect it. Everyone thought the update should fix some of the issues of the operating system but, instead, it brought even more.
Usually, updating to the latest version of a system is a good choice, but not all of them are stable enough for it. For the April Windows 10 update, the whole process was a risky one. However, the situation became even worse as Windows basically forced users to run this update.
If you were a Pro user, you could choose to delay the Windows 10 update for a period of 35 days. However, the situation isn’t as happy for the Home edition. If you want to use the latest Windows OS, you have no choice than bring about this faulty update.
All operating systems have bugs in their updates
However, we shouldn’t put all the blame on Windows. Basically, any kind of operating system brings bugs with every software update it runs. This is quite common for Apple, both for iOS and for MacOS. In terms of other mobile operating systems, Android is another good example. In the case of Linux, the situation is a bit better, but actually no OS is safe from bugs.
In this case, here is what you should do. Do not rush to run an update as soon as it’s out. The first versions might be really unstable and contain a huge number of bugs. Delay the updating process and give other people the chance to discover the bugs. This way, the company in question might release a second version of the update where they deal with the issues and fix them.
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