Windows 10: As usual, Microsoft provides users with periodic updates to keep their operating system working properly. It also helps protect you from serious problems or potential attacks from the Internet. But these improvements don’t always work the first time, and the result is that Windows 10 updates somehow fail. We tell you the reasons why they can occur so that you avoid them as much as possible
Windows won’t update, but it’s not yours
As we have mentioned, Windows 10 updates may fail. For this reason, it is assumed that the counter will not move for a while or that you need to requeue it due to an error that has occurred and that you are aware of. But this can also be a problem beyond your control for a variety of reasons.
And what could go wrong Windows 10 update failed? Well, an example is that you have a power outage at home or your laptop runs out of power halfway through the update. Without power you will not be able to receive the upgrades, just like leaving the internet access point. Another thing that you cannot control is the status of the servers sending you the update. If these are not available, are closed for maintenance or simply don’t work you will have to wait.
The glitches in your computer you can control
The fact that there are updates that don’t work in Windows 10 not only have to deal with external problems. They are also due to other circumstances in which you are involved as well. The most specific case is where you left the manual updates and left many pending. With all this accumulation, several things can happen like the downloads are slow, the time to install them is also great or one of them is blocking the progress of the rest.
The latter also has to do with the controllers of your machine, which are getting improvements. If there is a conflict by the order or the type of chip they belong to, the machine may need to be rebooted before continuing with the download or installation process of the rest.
Last but not least, you need available hard drive space. And it’s that while for the most part they take up a few megabytes, some can be large gigabytes. So before installing a series of updates and avoiding errors, make sure your hard drive can handle them.