10 Facts To Know About Microsoft Troubleshooter Package For Windows 10

Posted: Jul 28 2015, 10:46am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 28 2015, 10:48am CDT, in Technology News


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Microsoft Releases Troubleshooter Package for Windows 10
  • 10 Facts to Know About Microsoft Trouble Shooter Package for Windows 10

10 facts to know about the new Trouble Shooter package KB3073930 released by Microsoft after Windows 10 Automatic Update Outcry!

The Trouble Shooter package can be downloaded from the Microsoft website and provides an updated blocking option.

The new Windows 10 Home has no features when it comes to blocking the Windows or driver Updates. Even the Windows 10 Pro version only provides limited control over the selection process of Window Updates, resulting in a lot of problems for the Window users.

The recent released of Windows 10 was marred by outcry since the new version and the absence of any update blockers was considered one of the most controversial features ever. For years one of the most convenient features of the Windows has been the ability of the users to be able to pick and choose from the updates they want and do not want to install on their computer.

Many Windows 10 testers complained about some of the unwanted updates that are causing problems in their operating systems. Long-time Windows testers gave a unanimous cry out against Windows 10. The complaints from numerous testers became a hot topic on twitter and even managed to catch the attention of the supervisors at Microsoft.

Windows 10 will be officially released on the 29th of July and it will not have the option of being able to block any updates. However Microsoft has released information on a tool which can be utilized to get rid of the automatic update feature.

The Trouble Shooter package KB3073930 will allow the Windows 10 users to hide or block the Windows or driver updates. The Trouble shooter package was digitally created on the 15th of June and was supposed to originally be released only to work with the Insider Preview of Windows 10 according to the Knowledge Based Article released by Microsoft on the 7th of July.

The Trouble Shooter package will be compatible with only the Windows 10 10240 version but will not be a part of the version released on the 29th of July. The package will have to be manually installed from the official website of Microsoft and is available on the Microsoft Support Knowledgebase page, according to ZDNet.

The Trouble Shooter package can then be run immediately after installation on the Windows 10. The first page of the package opens a window which shows the option of ‘Apply repairs automatically’, however the option needs to be disabled immediately and then Next should be clicked on by the users.

The trouble shooter provides two options: 1. Hide Updates 2. Show Updates after scanning for updates for a few seconds. The Hide Updates option does not install any updates which have been hidden on the new Windows 10, while the Show Updates option shows all the updates but the users can choose which updates to install and which updates to avoid.

Users can choose which defective Window updates or the driver updates to avoid, after installing the Trouble shooter Package which may start causing problems with their processing systems. However the updates already installed on the Windows cannot be uninstalled through the Trouble Shooter package and another way is necessary to remove them.

Microsoft may have tried to forcefully keep users computers up to date but all they proved with the move was they are not always right. Microsoft tried to drag its customers into accepting every single recent update but it back fired big time with many users already wary of the new operating system, as it opened doors to malware in many systems.

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