Microsoft has recently released the next version of Windows 10, dubbed as Anniversary Update it has a slew of features that make it more efficient and appealing to Users with its new features. I will not be enumerating any of the new features since this is not a review of Windows 10’s Anniversary Update, instead this is more of how to resolve errors that is plaguing users that updated. If you want to see the new features of version 1607 or the Anniversary Update here’s a site that you may want to go to: How-To-Geek: Windows 10 Anniversary Update
I was compelled to write this post due to the fact that I had a first hand experience on my system that went through the update. Soon after and for the next four days of that , I had to resolve the issue one by one with little to none of any online resource that can figure out what was going on. Going through Safemode was the only thing that can save you from the freezing and BSODs. So was it a driver? Is it a Windows Component? Or was it something else? Honestly, it was a combination of sorts.
After a long period of hiatus I’m switching gear into posting blogs again. It has been a great year. People seem to be asking where I have been?
For starters I got married and settled down for good. Other months has not been spent entirely on family, but also the offline community and work. Most of all, we are now rearing a 3 month baby.
But it wasn’t all just fun. I had internet connection issues, inaccessible Hotmail account, and on top of that two of my systems died, a laptop and another PC.
I feel all the more thankful to all those that helped me through it all and moreover for our little bundle of joy.