The error messages are still completely inscrutable.I used to curse the long hex codes that Windows Update spewed out, until I experienced several errors this time with no code at all — only a Vonnegut-esque “Something Happened” in the error dialog.
In fact, so many of the error codes have been re-used, or are generic, that looking one up often resulted in tips for installing Quicken or Office, instead of Windows. Why hasn’t Microsoft — if it really wants customers to move forward — provided the kind of support information they need?
I can’t imagine any “normal user” being patient enough to fight through the arcane techniques for hunting down update logs, and the voodoo necessary to try and set things right. Windows 10 went through its happy dance, and encouraged me to log in. For some reason my Microsoft wireless keyboard & mouse weren’t being recognized.
Other times it won't work at all or just for a second or two.
Sometimes it will work for an extended period of time.
First, I checked and found not all of my applications were compatible.