Tag Archives: Windows 10 Updates

Windows Cleanup shows 3.99TB? Is my math wrong?

Apparently there is a bug that shows 3.99TB of Windows Update Cleanup when you run the disk cleanup application in Windows 10.  With the plethora of updates that Microsoft has thrown at everyone, this would seem about right, however, you … Continue reading

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DHCP issues with KB3201845

If you have issues after applying KB3201845, Rick over at Whats On My PC may have first found it.  Apparently Microsoft is displaying a banner on their Windows 10 History page that says to restart NOT shutdown.   We experienced … Continue reading

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Problems getting updates Windows 10

Let’s see where you are at – First – Click on the menu and type winver and hit enter.  Look at your build number.  Microsoft has recognized an error getting 14393.222.   There is a work around if yours won’t … Continue reading

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Windows 10 November Update not installing

Want the November Update for Windows 10 and it shows your Windows is up to date.   Here’s what to do. Download the Windows 10 Download Tool Double Click on the Media Creation Tool. Select Upgrade Follow the prompts and … Continue reading

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Windows 10 Quick Tips – Stop automatic restarts after updates

Want to stop automatic updates after your computer updates? Here’s what you can do.  Click on Settings, Update and Security, Advanced Options and then change from Automatic to Notify to Schedule Restart.

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