WINDOWS 10 Gremlins?

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    ajroyle
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    Last night during the Robertshaw we had one or two glitches with the computer. Quite minor. At one point one image went missing, for example. At the time we likely passed it off as a slip of the finger on the keyboard.

    When I got home and tried to put the results on the website the machine was unstable. I had a very frustrating time indeed and it is the reason that the front page is currently carrying two statements of what we have next week and one errant underlining.

    (When he reads this Ian will no doubt correct that).

    Having suffered greatly from W10 in the last week perhaps I am jumping to conclusions, but I think we are seeing the outcome of a foolish risk by Microsoft that they could get a sophisticated operating system installed on older machines without incident.

     

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    Ian McNab
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    …the front page is currently carrying two statements of what we have next week and one errant underlining. (When he reads this Ian will no doubt correct that).

    Looks like you’ve already managed to put that right, as I can’t see any errant underlining. 🙂

     

     

    #15065
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    KEN LAST
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    There is a lot being put out regarding this problem . Think John has hit the nail on the head re–old computers and W10. Microsoft are sorting this and say do not update untill sorted.

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    KEN LAST
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    Thinking John–??  Would it not get the computer back to as it  were  if you just deleted   the latest upgrade that is causing the problem.

    #15080
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    ajroyle
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    It would, Ken, but it cannot be done, except for a short time after upgrade, which is now long gone. You can reset back to a standard W10, but that won’t stop the juganaut of updates, the last few of which, I think, are the cause of the problem.

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