With one or both of these updates in place, Windows will now check the type of processor that you have when performing Windows updates. If you have the latest Intel Kaby Lake processor (7000 series) or Qualcomm 8996 / AMD’s Bristol range processors, then instead of Windows updates, this happens.
It appears that mapped network drives are dropping on Windows 10 machines, even when the user is actively using the machine.
I still meet people who dislike Windows 10, but hating an OS is a pointless exercise. Most of the time this is down to a lack of time spent with or knowledge of, the OS in question. Sometimes it’s from a general dislike of change. Using technology and disliking change is never going to work.
The title might suggest that we’re a little behind the curve with this, but there’s a very good reason for asking this question now