I 'upgraded' to Windows 10 a few weeks ago. Mostly no issues; a few minor thing that I handled on my own. Ran into a problem a couple weeks ago when Windows Defender refused to function, and Malwarebytes refused to open. I think we got that squared away. Clean on all deep scans and using the official uninstall for Bitdefender fixed up Windows Defender. It was an upgrade issue / conflict that apparently took a couple of weeks to show itself.
Now I am being prompted by AMD to download an update package that will include drivers. I am leery of this, because not savvy enough to deal with big problems and drivers can cause big problems. Should I trust AMD's prompt to follow their instructions for the update? Or is this an, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it situation"? I trust people here. Your advice is always well reasoned and thoroughly explained.
(HP also wants to me allow an update package, but HP software has never been anything but trouble and they don't believe in customer service, so I have refused to allow that one.)
All advice is appreciated. Thank you.
Edited by Chris Cosgrove, 13 December 2015 - 06:59 PM.
Moved from 'Audio and Video' to 'Win 10'