I'll take seeing folks at BC Windows 10 Support because of an annoyance because of an update, and that's what the vast majority of issues with Windows Updates trigger, than seeing them in the "Am I infected? What should I do?", "BSOD," "Malware removal" etc., forums because they thought they knew better, or believed they knew better, about what updates should or should not be applied to the OS they created and maintain than some random tech said so.
Just yesterday, or the day before, one of our respected BSOD Kernel Dump Experts said this:
There really isn't a point to checking for updates and not installing them. . . It's important to install all available updates. I've been doing this since the days of DOS, and I still don't have the confidence to pick and choose among updates. There are just too many variables involved - and most people can't evaluate the full consequences of installing/not installing updates.
~ John Carrona, AKA usasma on BleepingComputer.com, http://www.carrona.org/
To which my only response, based on my decades dealing with every version of Windows since there was Windows, is: I agree entirely.
I have seen far, far, far more devastation from failures to update than from the much touted, but seldom occurring "bad updates." (And by "bad updates" I don't mean ones that cause slight annoyances, but that cause systems to become unstable and crash.)
Brian AKA Bri the Tech Guy (website in my user profile) - Windows 10 Home, 64-Bit, Version 1803, Build 17134
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