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    Dell Inspiron, Intel Core2 Duo processor w/Dual Core Technology.
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  1. Win10 OS 1709 upgrade came out

    Let Windows Update handle the upgrade. This seems, to me, to be the easiest way. “Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will start rolling out to Windows 10 PCs across the world in phases, starting with newer machines first,” writes Microsoft’s John Cable. Microsoft also recommends that you wait until this update is offered via Windows Update for the best experience. Basically, The update might not be compatible with all devices and a gradual update gives the company more time to fix known issues as they come up....." https://www.groovypost.com/howto/get-windows-10-fall-creators-update-sooner/
  2. This is Scary

    All I can say is WOW, as I sit here stunned!
  3. This is Scary

  4. Problem Accessing Website

    LOL. Right-On!
  5. Problem Accessing Website

    I guess it was just temporary. Just tried accessing Scottrade's site again.....PROBLEM SOLVED!
  6. Problem Accessing Website

    Just updated to Microsoft Creator three days ago. Just tried accessing Scottrade's Website....and cannot get in. The details of the problem shown are (I'm just assuming it might be a Creator problem)" "Details "There was a temporary DNS error. Try refreshing the page. Error Code: INET_E_RESOURCE_NOT_FOUND" I tried refreshing the page to no effect. Has anyone heard of this? Any solution to recommend? Thanks. Addendum: This happens using both Firefox and Edge browsers.
  7. Possible Explanation?

    Shay, Windows Creator is now installed. Did it yesterday.......and all seems to be okay. Broni, two Windows Updates were also installed yesterday. KB4021572 - Update for Microsot Windows (8/21/17) KB4034674 - Security Update for Microsoft Windows (8/21/17) I now have 6 Updates shown------two on the previous version of Windows (one is forAdobe Flash Player) on 7/11/17. Also one from 10/8/15 (Microsoft Visual C+) and one on 6/26/16 (Microsoft Silverlight). That is the extent of it. It seems to be that Updates differ for everyone. My sincere thanks, always, Shay and Broni, for your expertise and help. It's much appreciated.
  8. Possible Explanation?

    Good morning Shay, I already have Windows Anniversary Update installed (vs 1603) and have had it for quite some time. Did I misunderstand, or did you mean the current Creator Update? Thanks, Shay.
  9. Possible Explanation?

    My system settings continue to show that I have the 1607 version of Windows 10. There has been no further attempt by Windows to update it to the Creator version.....1703. So, I did the following: Under System and Security, I clicked on "Fix problems with Windows Updates". In new window, I clicked on 'try troubleshooting as administrator", in next window ..."detecting problems", it states REPAIR WINDOWS UPDATE DATABASE CORRUPTION. Below this, it states: "One troubleshooting step to resolve WU issues is to delete and re-download updates to your computer. Would you like to try this step now? Depending on your network configuration, you may incur download costs." (I'm not sure what they mean by the possibility of incurring costs....maybe someone here may have an answer to that one.....but my main focus right now is mainly the Windows Update problem itself.) Would you recommend I follow the step they suggest? Thanks for your help.
  10. Possible Explanation?

    Thank you Kenneth, I will do that.
  11. Possible Explanation?

    Broni, this is still puzzling to me.....maybe over-reacting. I manually checked for updates again, and it continues to state (as I mentioned above) "Your device is up to date. Last checked: Today, ‏‎11:21 AM" . But in "Update History" it states "no updates have been installed yet". On the same Update History page, I then clicked on "uninstall updates" and 13 Updates are listed, the last three were installed on 8/8/17. Does this look right to you?
  12. Possible Explanation?

    Yes I did, Broni. Says "my device is up to date". Shay, I use Avast Free antivirus and have Defender disabled. So, I'm assuming Defender can't update???
  13. Possible Explanation?

    About 3/4 of an hour ago, or so, while using my desktop, the blue windows update screen appeared with the message "Windows is getting your computer ready do not close your computer"......the normal message which usually appears whenever updates are downloaded and installed. When I returned to the computer about 15 minutes ago, the screen was back to my normal desktop. BUT apparently NO updates were installed. Looking at my installed updates, the last three were installed on August 8. Might they be preparing for installing Windows Creator Update? I completed the security check awhile back and currently still have Windows version 1607. What do you all think?
  14. Malwarebytes, Free Version

    Thank you, r.a.d, for the information.
  15. Malwarebytes, Free Version

    Is Malwarebytes even necessary in windows 10? I'm using Avast-Free as anti-virus. Or maybe use Windows Defender and remove the Avast (so as not to conflict two anti-virus)? Reading some of these online forums, it seems to me that many interpret "anti virus" and "anti-malware" as synonymous.....which I've always believed were not......