Windows 10 Updates Continue to Frustrate many

Microsoft has been a pretty good job lately with their continued development of Windows 10. With that being said, complications continue to plague some users. With some of the advancements in “how Windows works”, and making Windows more safe and secure for us, there comes a myriad of problems.
I’m okay with a few problems here and there, and I’ll be the first to admit it. The thing that irritates me is the update that Microsoft knows is going to cause havoc that is released regardless. Dealing with these problems for others makes me a little less aggravated when they affect my gear. That’s not to say it doesn’t upset me, just more numb I guess from the repeated exposure.
I have to compliment MS though. Lately, the updates haven’t erased customer data just by installing the update. So, if anybody actually reads these posts, back up your computer to protect your data. I hate to see the loss of data when it’s so avoidable.

Added Two New Servers

Recently I found myself waiting to use my diagnostic servers, and I must tell you I wasn’t too thrilled. With the increase in the size of hard drives, the servers have to work twice to five times longer than just a couple of years ago. Since the service work or hard drive recovery isn’t done til I finish, I found myself waiting. Often more than not it was unbearble.

To combat this I implemented two more servers to keep up with the demand. Since I added the two servers I haven’t had to wait to get drives tested and fixed. When drives reach twenty terabytes, I’m sure I’ll have to add a few more.