Almost every user of Microsoft Windows Operating System noticed some kind of a history repeat in the Windows development. It seems that ever since Windows XP first appeared and was adopted in many businesses and companies (by the way it was a great hit), there was some unusual loop. Next generation Windows Vista was skipped, then the corporations adopted Windows 7 also as one of the biggest hits and skipped Windows 8. It is only logical that Windows 10 gets all the fame, and it did. Despite its flaws and unusually common update loops Windows 10 was greatly accepted by most of the businesses out there.
Many Windows 10 users complained about what it seems to be never-ending update loop. However, Microsoft Developers are working on a script that should fix all the issues this operating system is currently having.
The Update is causing many problems for Windows users, these never-ending updates are continuously incoming, and while some users can wait until they’re complete and enjoy their PC, some are stuck in this loop. Unable to complete updates, some users’ computers couldn’t boot therefore leaving users in the cold. Non-functioning computers surely aren’t good news for Microsoft; this is why they announced new script shortly, meaning you won’t have to wait long until your Windows is once again up and running.
Even though the Microsoft officials already announced the script, there is no exact date of when it will be ready for Windows 10 users or even the insiders. We were told it would be soon, and all we can do is wait. In the meantime, some fixes might help your Windows come alive.
How to Fix Windows Update
Windows Update is supposed to work in the background without making any trouble. However, if it cannot update a particular update, it can stop therefore causing your computer to malfunction. Something you can always use is Windows Troubleshooter if that doesn’t help seek professional help rather than reading Internet articles which sometimes can be wrong.
If you want to fix your computer on your own, you can try troubleshooting. Open your Control Panel, open System & Security section and click Fix Problems with Windows Update. Windows Update Troubleshooting panel will appear before you, click Advanced, then check the Apply repairs automatically checkbox and then click Run as Administrator and therefore next button. It should fix your problems if it’s not something more serious.