Let’s get one thing straight, even with its launch issues and privacy concerns when it first launched, Windows 10 (the pro version) is probably the best and most-stable Windows I have ever used. Microsoft continues to push out the updates and the experience is solid. However, with the latest Windows 10 update, users have been reporting that something weird is going on, as the update seems to be installed twice.
Windows 10 users have been reporting on Reddit that something strange is happening as they are seeing the KB449444 update installed twice in their updated history. It released to the first users last week and I received it on 19 without it installing twice. However, Microsoft has acknowledged that there is an issue in some support documentation, stating that:
Thankfully, there is no cause for concern and this won’t have a negative effect on your PC or its performance. It is just a bug with the Update History page due to the latest Windows 10 update needing multiple downloads and restart steps. Microsoft explains that:
It is still strange that this happened now for the first time since many previous Windows 10 updates have required multiple downloads and restart steps. Whatever the case may be, according to Microsoft, you do not need to take action.
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