Best diversify and make some chips for cars instead...
39 publicly visible posts • joined 3 May 2011
I can understand your point about restoring from a snapshot, but easier said than done when you're 12-24hrs in before the issue is realised on a Domain Controller and things have changed moved along, and restoring to a previous time will cause more issues than just uninstalling the patches.....
"My brother's MSWin10 machine in The Catskills has had updates shut off since April "
Perhaps you need to share how to do that with all the folks here who complain about their Windows PCs rebooting every 10 minutes due to updates.
** Just disable the Windows Update Service
Microsoft Partnerships require you to have so many Certified Professionals on the books.
I personally am pleased to have achieved MCSE in 2000 & 2003, but haven't bothered since - I can do it, that's enough - Anyways, kids etc got in the way of carrying on with them... that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it!
Had to fix two machines for friends already... Quickest way to explain to users (does delete saved wifi passwords so not as efficient as the netsh command)
Start > Settings > Network & Internet > Click Network Reset at the bottom... Reboot PC and reconnect to your wifi network if required.