Windows 10 KB3201845: Users wish Microsoft ended its experiments
Oops, Microsoft did it again: The Redmond giant rolled out Windows 10 KB3201845 to the general public a few days ago, but many users complain the company didn’t thoroughly test the update. As a result, KB3201845 introduces more issues than it fixes.
As a quick reminder, the latest Windows 10 update makes computers unusable and kills various Microsoft and third-party apps. Moreover, uninstalling the update doesn’t solve this problem. Users report they are experiencing the same bugs even after removing KB3201845.
Unfortunately, it appears that KB3201845 clings to Windows 10 computers like a leech. Since this update is downloaded and installed automatically, it oftentimes comes back after users remove it.
We noticed another interesting trend related to KB3201845’s deployment: Windows 10 users are simply tired of Microsoft’s update experiments. This is not the first time that a Windows 10 update breaks computers. However, we hardly recall another time users have been so angry with Microsoft.
Users beg Microsoft to end its Windows 10 update experiments
In a nutshell, regular Windows 10 users feel that Microsoft is conducting experiments on their computers. Many users complain that the company is pushing too many unpolished updates lately: “What is Microsoft doing? Do they release updates without testing?”
Users also feel that Microsoft is forcing these updates on them by removing all options to block updates. It’s worth mentioning that many users who installed KB3201845 report the update keeps coming back, even after they uninstalled it.
Someone should put together a class action law suit. If I bought a car then the company sent out a mechanic to “fix” an issue but made it unusable everyone would sue. Now in example, you have your computer, which is more important than transport. It has more than your business or personnel life organised in minute detail it doesn’t connect you to the rest of the world.
Now completely unusable for a minute, an hour, a day, or a week and not get compensated for the time? I guess its not your computer and its not your time and not Microsoft’s problem.
As grim as this update nightmare may seem, there are also users who haven’t encountered any problems after installing KB3201845.
Microsoft has yet to issue any comments on this situation. Actually, the company’s silence is one of the most annoying things for users. Microsoft’s forum has been flooded with KB3201845-related threads, yet there are no official answers.
Microsoft’s engineers are definitely aware of this problem due to the number of users who’ve already reported these bugs. The recent update bug wave took Microsoft by surprise, but the company should at least inform users that it’s investigating the issue — even if it doesn’t have a permanent fix to offer.
So what should we do? Those of us that are having problems? Should we wait for a fix? I’ve tried everything I can think of.
Unfortunately, the recent KB3201845 update is the straw that broke the camel’s back for many Windows 10 users. As a result, they chose to vote with their feet: “Very angry. Had a perfectly usable PC yesterday. Now not even able to reinstall Windows. MS just gave me a £800 ornament for Christmas. Linux I think!!”
What’s your stance on this situation? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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