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26th August 2016

Now the free upgrade period is over and that it still hasn’t made much of a dent in the armour familiarity of those holding to Windows 7 who likely still have whistful wet dreams about those rolling green hills of XP too:

Windows 10 anniversary update keeps breaking PCs (

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“Microsoft has once again been criticised for breaking customers’ computers with the latest version of its flagship operating system. The Windows 10 anniversary update, released at the beginning of this month, has caused some customers’ computers to completely freeze, to the point that the devices are left unusable.

Users have also found that plugging a Kindle into a computer running the updated software breaks the PC.

The apparent flaws in the update is worrisome for Microsoft, given its plans for Windows 10 to be the last major Windows release, with all updates from here being issued as regular installments. Users whose computers broke after installing the anniversary update took to social media to complain about their unworkable PCs.”

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