Windows 10 Fails Again
Matt Hanson, Senior Computing Editor at TechRadar e-magazine, published on Friday, February 14, 2020, the article “The latest Windows 10 updates are causing more serious issues.” On Tuesday, April 21, 2020, he published the article in Spanish, “El último parche de Windows 10 causa problemas serios: cómo arreglar la nueva pifia [el nuevo error] de Microsoft” (“The Latest Windows 10 Patch Causes Serious Problems: How To Fix Microsoft’s New Bug”).
Rubén Velasco, Coordinator and Editor of the SoftZone blog, published on Monday, April 6, 2020, the article in Spanish, “Windows 10 dispara los problemas a los usuarios” (“Windows 10 triggers problems for users”).
Application enthusiast Sean Endicott published on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 in Windows Central, the article “Microsoft’s latest Windows 10 update blunder seems particularly bad.”
Robert Zak, Content Manager at Make Tech Easier, published on Sunday, January 24, 2021, the article “Latest Windows 10 Update Problems and How to Fix Them“.
Mayank Parmar, Creator and Editor in Chief of Windows Latest, published on Monday, February 8, 2021, the article “Windows 10 KB4598291 fixes another bug, but it’s also causing other issues“.
Sergiu Gatlan, a Reporter at Bleeping Computer, published on Thursday, March 18, 2021, the article “Microsoft warns of more printing issues caused by March updates“.
Dion Dassanayake, Technology and Gaming Reporter at Express, published on Monday, March 22, 2021, the article “Oh no! Microsoft Windows 10 update fixes one issue but then breaks another“.
This goes to show that time and time again, when Microsoft pushes a compulsory update (yes, because we, the users, do not have any control over the updates), something always breaks.
Windows® is an operating system with proprietary closed source software which, in my opinion, is plagued with a history of upgrade problems that have caused blue screen errors, unbootable systems, and even loss of personal files.
I think Microsoft will never accept the mistakes they make, and because no one outside of that company has access to the source code of Windows 10, the errors it contains cannot be analyzed or corrected as quickly as possible.
On the other hand, GNU+Linux Distributions are free open source operating systems. Any software developer can analyze and patch the bugs they find, and can share any fixes they make to the source code. Thus, everyone wins.
In this link to DistroWatch and in this link to Kernel.org, you can search among the major GNU+Linux distributions. Most have proprietary source code in some video drivers, wifi, etc. If you want a 100% Free GNU/Linux Distribution, you can check out the ones recommended by the Free Software Foundation.