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But this isn't an ideal world, and upgrading Windows is never as straightforward as Microsoft would have you believe.
With Windows 10 Creators Update build 1703, installation on these machines fails.Users of 2-in-1 PCs built around 2012 through to 2014 may also find themselves running into issues with Windows 10 installations thanks to Windows Update breaking.If this problem affects you, we've outlined some help below alongside solutions to the most common Windows Update problems.If your computer fits that description, install Windows Vista SP1 or later to solve the problem.Some Windows updates can take several minutes or more to configure or install, so you want to make sure the updates are truly stuck before moving on.But there are occasions when it needs a helping hand.
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If a particular update is stuck at, say, 75% for an hour or two – don’t panic.
However, there may be an issue if that figure doesn’t shift overnight.
Windows Update being stuck is an inevitability, just like your toast falling butter-side down onto the floor or it always raining on that one day you tell yourself you'll sort the garden out today.
Ever since Windows was capable of updating itself via the internet, it's always got stuck at some point in time.
Other times, Windows 10 just fancies doing its own thing for a while, slowing your eagerly awaited update to a crawl.