Make sure Windows Update is temporarily disabled, particularly on Win7


June 2018 was a relatively innocuous patching month, but even amidst the mediocrity there were a handful of persistent problems. We’ve seen the same pattern repeat  almost every month since the beginning of the year: The first round of Microsoft security patches (notably including Windows 10 patches) introduces bugs, while the second round of patches each month squashes most of them.

It follows, as night unto day, that you’d be well advised to wait out the first onslaught and see if the second round of patches fixes problems introduced by the first.

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