Technology … grrrr …

Jul 14, 2017

Hours upon hours of Windows 10 updates consuming 100% CPU then update failing. I downloaded and install the update manually. Well, at least the Microsoft log file identifying which update had failed was easily found and easily understood. Lots of rubbish messages about network proxy errors (I don’t use one, I barely know what that means). Lots of “browser DNS errors” when trying to connect to a website. Ever increasing times while the browser was “not connecting” to websites . However, I had no problems using Android browsers to view websites or Spotify (Free) streaming music in Windows. So it had to be a problem with the Windows browsers. Finally found a suggestion to “refresh” the browsers and so far, so far, webpage loading actually happens – within a few seconds.

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