Error in updating windows
It downloads updates automatically, installs the ones it can, and saves others to install when you restart Windows. Here’s how to fix Windows Update when it gets stuck or frozen.This can happen on Windows 7, 8, or 10, but it’s become especially common with Windows 7.Most of the time, the troubleshooter can successfully remove a stuck update from the queue. Even if the troubleshooter says it couldn’t identify the problem, it’s possible that the actions of starting and stopping the service and clearing out the cache did the trick.If you’re still having trouble after running the troubleshooter (or if you’re the type that just likes to do things yourself), performing the same actions manually may help where the troubleshooter didn’t.In an update to the Windows 10 Health Dashboard, Microsoft has acknowledged that this issue is affecting both Windows 10 and Windows server version 1903.They have also stated that they are "working on a resolution and will provide an update in an upcoming release." "Installation of updates may fail and you may receive the error message, "Updates Failed, There were problems installing some updates, but we'll try again later" or "Error 0x80073701" on the Windows Update dialog or within Update history." While most user reports indicate that the problem started on August 13th, Microsoft is stating that the issue actually popped up when the May 29, 2019 - KB4497935 cumulative update was released.
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MS needs to start taking the quality of Windows Updates seriously.
Forcing people into the OS-as-a-Service model and then providing a horrible service (both with poor software QA and useless end-user support) is not the way to keep people from moving to other platforms.
No matter what troubles you’re having, we recommend keeping automatic updates turned on—it’s one of the best ways to keep yourself safe from ransomware and other threats.
If you turn automatic updates off, you are leaving yourself vulnerable to new attacks.