My computer had been prompting me to start the “update” process, but although it kept promising to do the update when I logged off, it seems that not much happened until I actually clicked the “Update Now” button. Then computer then mumbled away to itself for well over an hour, but eventually informed me that “Windows 10 Creators Update” had been installed. I suppose the flip side of this is that Windows didn’t take it on itself automatically to install the update at a time that it arbitrarily selected (I recall this having happened in the past), so I can’t complain about that.
Apparently this update has a number of supposedly interesting features, but these seem largely gimmicks to me. I can safely say, that there seems little in it that is likely to be of interest to me. Perhaps I’ll look at the privacy settings, but apart from that, all I want is for my computer to continue to operate with as few hassles as possible (and I accept that updates are necessary in this regard). Annoyingly, the update appears to have interfered with some of my “default” settings (mainly in relation to programs by which particular files are opened) and also some of the Outlook settings, but hopefully I’ll be able to sort through these.
And – ought there not be an apostrophe in “Creators” ? I would have thought that it should be Creators’…..? The issue was mentioned in this article, but clearly Microsoft regards itself as being above the niceties of English grammar!