Updating to windows 6 1


14-Jul-2017 16:27

If this problem affects you, we've outlined some help below alongside solutions to the most common Windows Update problems.Windows 10 is *meant* to work with every Windows 7 and 8.1-compatible PC, but owners of some early 2-in-1 PC's running Windows 8 had discovered that isn't the case.The down side is, there's no actual solution to this problem as it's a hardware compatibility bug in Windows Update that Microsoft needs to solve.Therefore, anyone currently encountering this issue, will have to just sit tight for a little longer. In an ideal world, this wouldn't be an issue – but this isn't an ideal world, and upgrading Windows is never as straightforward as Microsoft would have you believe.For the most part, Windows updates happen silently in the background, only installing after a prompt or when you shutdown your PC.From System Restore you can pick an appropriate point to revert to., involves a little more interaction with your computer’s system settings.It shouldn’t cause any damage to your PC – you’ll only really be deleting temporary Windows Update files – but we’d recommend setting up a System Restore point before going any further.

Ignore that message, it's lies – for one, there's no app to uninstall as it's Windows 10 causing the issue.If you want to make use of Microsoft’s Windows 10 assistive technologies you need to make sure you’re running an eligible version of Windows.