Microsoft has disabled the October Update distribution for Windows 10 for a portion of the user base. The reason is a problem with different program and system configurations.
Meanwhile, users of F5 VPN software may experience network connection errors as part of Windows updates. For example, using the split-tunneling feature causes problems. And even with a solution from Trend Micro causing various bugs that Windows updates have not played at this time.
Apart from problems with programs from individual manufacturers, however, there are also delays in certain hardware and network configurations. Systems with older AMD Radeon HD2000 and HD4000 graphics cards will not receive Windows updates due to lack of AMD update support, because they can cause errors in Microsoft Edge or lock screens.
Home users seem to be Microsoft guinea pigs
Continuous issues around updating the main features of Windows 10 make it clear that something is wrong with Microsoft's quality assurance. Already a spring update must postpone Redmond because of various errors of several weeks.
Final launch is less of a problem than many countless Windows users who have to deal with annoying errors in the course of the update. For a while corporate customers and Pro Edition users can delay feature updates until most bugs are removed, home users are not given this luxury.