Windows 10 Stumbles, But Recovers Quickly
Windows 10 was launched on July 29th 2015. It hasn’t been more than a week since its launch but already a lot of people have upgraded their devices to the latest desktop OS. More than 2 percent of all steam users have shifted to Windows 10 in less than a week.
I wouldn’t be shocked if there are more users of Windows 10 than Windows 7 within a year after Microsoft has ironed out the issues with their latest OS. Mainly because of the DX12, which is obviously exclusive to Windows 10 and won’t be available for any other version of Windows.
However, it’s not all perfect. There are many things wrong with the latest iteration of Windows. For starters, if you don’t like Windows 10 you can’t instantly roll back to Win 8.1 or Win 7, you have to give it a month.
More importantly, there was some genius sitting in Microsoft offices who decided to update your system without even letting you know. Yes, you couldn’t avoid any of those updates and drivers.
However, MS came back to senses quite quickly and they’ve provided us with a solution, a software which lets you block these updates, so that no more crashes and weird things happen to your system.
When I Installed Windows 10 on my system, I had audio issues. However, using this app, I was able to block some of the conflicting audio drivers and now my speakers sound how I want them to be, that is “not mute”!
Next, we are hoping that Microsoft removes forced updates and make them optional and selective.