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Windows 7 updating sucks

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They've tried to make an OS that is suitable for laptop, tablet and phone an instead created something that is awful for all of them.It beggars belief that a company with so much money is capable of creating something so bad.

Windows 10 Anniversary Update affected webcams, Kindle hardware, and anti-virus programs.Microsoft released its highly anticipated Windows 10 Anniversary Update on August 2. The company says the rollout may take until November to reach to everyone. From users begging Microsoft to stop annoying them with incessant upgrade notifications to repeatedly asking for the Anniversary Update.Over a month and many of us still haven’t received the update. The Anniversary Update will download and install via Windows Update. It will begin rolling out on 2 August 2016 and may take up to 3 months to reach all users. Well, to be fair with users, those who were enthusiastic about the latest Windows 10 also want to try the new features and improvements that the Windows 10 Anniversary Update has promised to deliver.Much has been made of the way in which users can’t opt out of Windows Updates with Windows 10, but that’s hardly a bad thing.While a rogue update can certainly cause problems, these are minor when compared to the benefits this new approach brings.Windows 10, on the other hand, makes it much easier to juggle multiple open windows when you’re working.

Not only does Aero Snap now offer both half-monitor and quarter-monitor sizes when you drag a window to one part of the Desktop, but it will also offer other open windows to fill any open space automatically.

But then Microsoft isn't like most companies, as they have a monopoly; If Microsoft didn't have a monopoly, no one would choose their product and they wouldn't exist. And don't even get me started on it's lack of ability.

You can't download things from the web, or run EXE files!

While this slow rollout will help the end users of the last wave in avoiding compatibility or performance issues, it does raise questions about Microsoft’s testing mechanisms.

Microsoft uses a strong Windows Insider program that uses public for testing purposes.

Better still, press [Windows] [Tab] or the button on the Taskbar and Task View shows a much clearer thumbnail overview of your open windows, which makes Windows 7’s take look primitive in comparison.