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Tips and Tricks to prevent Windows updates from crashing your PC

Trying to update your Windows on your PC? Are you aware that your PC might crash even while running Windows updates? Nowadays, computer crash has become a common issue; this is due to the poor maintenance of your PC. It can be due to many reasons like poor file management, low disk space, registry file corruption and many others. Whatever it might be, it will have an impact on your data. You may lose your data due to this. Hence, you will have to find out ways to prevent such disastrous situations.

Luckily there are some really simple things you can do to prevent Windows Updates from crashing your system. This page provides you few of the tips and tricks to avoid these uncertainties.

Preventative Steps are:

Backup your data regularly: This is the most important step to be performed before beginning the Windows update procedure. There are lots of ways to backup data, from manually copying your saved documents, music, videos, etc. to a disc or a flash drive, all the way up to setting up every-5-minute-backup with an online backup service. Hence, even if you encounter crashes your backup copy will help you in restoring the files.

Change the Update Settings: Change Windows Update settings so that the new applications will no longer get installed automatically. It is to change the settings to allow downloading the updates however, allow you to choose to install them.  With Windows Update configured this way, all your important security or other updates will get downloaded, but they won't be installed unless you confirm the installation. This is a one time change so if you've done this before, it’s good else do it now.

Restart your Windows system: Make sure you restart your computer properly, using the restart feature from within Windows, and confirm that it starts up again successfully.

I know, you might be thinking, why should I restart my computer? This is because; on some computers, when Windows restarts make many issues to appear. It can be like problems caused by some types of malware, certain hardware problems, etc. If it does not start properly, then you could fix the issue before updating Windows, else these issues would have led to PC crashing while updating Windows.

Create a restore point manually before applying updates:  A restore point will already be created automatically by Windows Update before installing all the other plugins or tools. However, its better if you would create one manually that adds an extra layer of protection.

Make sure about the disk space available: Make sure at least 20% of the space on the drive is free on which you have to perform updates. This is because, while creating the system restore, you need enough free disk space. If free disk space is not available then, you will not be able to create the Restore Point.

Some of the measures to be taken Just before Installing Updates:

So, now you have changed all your automatic updates and sure about the working of your System Restore. Hence, you can now install the updates, before proceeding, just follow these measures:

Temporarily disable your antivirus program: Disabling your antivirus program while installing a program can prevent installation problems. It is not that disabling all the options, only the option that is always on should be disabled. This is often referred to as the program's real-time protection, resident shield, and auto-protect, etc.

Individually install the updates: Install each update one at a time and after each one is applied just restart your computer. This might be time consuming; however it prevents most of the issues that might arise while updating Windows.

These are few precautionary measures to prevent your Windows Updates from crashing your PC. Before performing all these actions, make sure you have the data backup of your Windows PC. If not, there are huge chances of losing all your vital files. A single mistake while executing the Windows Update would cause huge loss of your vital data. In such cases if you don’t have the data backup then you will lose all your data. However, you have Remo Recover Windows tool that can recover all your data even after updating your Windows. Luckily, your data is safe now. Hence, now you can easily perform the update by following the above mentioned Tips and tricks. In case something went wrong, then just make use of this unique application to recover data after Windows crash.

Warning!!

You may need to disable your antivirus program's real-time feature each time your Windows boots again after your post-update-installation restart is done. Also, check your antivirus program whether it is fully enabled once you're done with installing updates.

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Molly Owen

Molly is the Lead Technical Specialist with distinguished knowledge and understanding of Mac computers and operating systems. Being a veteran photographer and video recovery specialist, Molly’s expertise on video formats and file repair has helped restore a lot of videos and cherished memories of users.

As a technical specialist she also believes in learning and spreading knowledge about the current and trending aspects of various media formats, Adobe Photoshop and macOS troubleshooting. A full-fledged learner, caffeine-lover and a firm-believer that technology would make the world a better place.

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