The latest Windows 10 update is causing problems and generating a lot of rejection

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The end of the road for Windows 10 continues to be filled with stones that Microsoft’s operating system is tripping over. Unfortunately, many of these problems are caused by the entity itself. The last of them has been generated as of its last updatewhich has caused very negative reactions to be published.

The update in question the one we are talking about is KB5001716, which, theoretically, has the objective of updating the user interface of the now classic Microsoft operating system. However, the company has taken the opportunity to provide the update with other new features that have not exactly generated good opinions among users.

Goal: move to Windows 11

If many of the users still using Windows 10 They have not wanted to move to Windows 11, it has to be for a good reason. Even so, at Microsoft they are committed to ensuring that the volume of users who have the new version of their platform increases considerably. And that means achieving, in parallel, that the number of people who continue with the previous version is reduced. For now, it is being a complicated process.

Windows 10 and Windows 11 logos combined

Because of all this, Microsoft takes advantage of any opportunity it has. This is what it has done in this KB5001716 update, in which it has included a notification that informs users of how they are using a version of Windows that has reached the end of its lifespan. Therefore, you can see that the company continues to push for more people to make the decision to leave Windows 10 behind and finally move to Windows 11.

But it’s not the only problem

Unfortunately, the KB5001716 update has more drawbacks, such as the appearance of a good number of errors that are ruining users’ days. These errors can lead to the update installation not completing, which generates bad feelings. Beyond that, what is most annoying is that Microsoft claims that the update is related to the user interface, when, looking at the update notes, you can see that most of the content is linked to notifications.

These notifications appear to all Windows 10 users who have the operating system from version 1809 onwards. There is no distinction. In the update notes it is mentioned that the notification warning that you are using a version of Windows that has reached the end of life could appear periodically onscreen. The estimated time period is not specified, but it will be something that users will end up getting tired of. In addition, there are also other notifications, such as one that informs users if the technical requirements are not sufficient to use and update Windows.

Windows 10 latest update notification message

The messages also remind users that updating Windows allows them to stay up to date with the latest changes, security improvements, and any other settings. It can be easily seen that Microsoft has a solid strategy to convince the public to the importance of moving to Windows 11 either way. But the fact that these notifications appear in a general way even in users who do not meet the technical requirements to move to the next version, is something that logically does not feel good. In that type of situation, the only option to start using Windows 11 will be to buy a new computer, which is clearly not a good option for all users.

It is not the first time that Microsoft has been hunted with one of these initiatives and, today, it can already be said that It’s starting to be a little worrying.. This desperation for users to update to Windows 11 is something that is not being well received among the community. Meanwhile, the clock is ticking and Windows 10 is running out of time.

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