Windows 10: How to back-up your computer before important update

Windows 10: How to back-up your computer before important update

Windows developer Microsoft has confirmed its “new final build” of the big Windows 10 May 2020 update has almost arrived. However, Microsoft has warned Windows 10 users will find Windows Mixed Reality “may not work correctly for many users”.

Additionally, Windows 10 Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) tool also has teething problems.

The service may not report the correct status when repairing corruption on systems.

And there are also issues with text entry in a minority of cases.

Microsoft is, fortunately, working on resolving these issues and it is making fixes for Windows Mixed Reality a priority “which we hope to release in early May.”

Despite this, Microsoft will continue the rollout of the Windows 10 May 2020 Update and anyone who checks for updates.

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To guarantee a smooth Windows update process, it is also important to ensure their system drive has enough disk space.

The latest cumulative Windows update is available to check in Settings, Update & Security, Windows Update.

When you find the right way about how to install a new Windows update on your PC, the final thing is to find and keep your Windows product key or the Microsoft account and password.

When you finish installing Windows OS, the system will prompt you with an activation window, requiring a re-activation with your product key or Microsoft account.

Should you be without the key, buy a new one or contact the Microsoft Windows 10 support team for help.

Published at Mon, 04 May 2020 19:11:00 +0000