It seems like every few weeks, Windows 10 Updates put you through the same annoyances.
Where Windows Updates for Windows 7 Professional systems we manage, have been a predictable and reliable weekly event, Windows 10 Updates really are tedious to say the least.
Did you know that after Windows Updates have installed and you first log-in, your system can still be processing *stuff* in the background?
This week, I’ve had a number of stores encounter an issue where ConsignPro would crash when they were ringing-up a sale.
Windows 7 reaches its ‘End of Life’ in January 2020. Computer Peeps can fully manage the process of staying on Windows 7, via Microsoft’s Extended Security Updates (ESU) program.
TL;DR: Head to Control Panel > Windows Updates, click View Update History, click Installed Updates, uninstall KB4480960 (reboot) then uninstall KB4480970 (reboot).
A very common browser hijack/search redirect, Conduit, has a little bug in its uninstaller.