Still can't handle two-disk, dual-boot setups
This is a full install of a new version. Similar process to the original Windows10.
And it still assumes that Windows is installed on the disk the system booted from.
Clearly Microsoft has no imagination.
I boot from disk 2 so I get a grub menu, with timeout, and can manually chose Linux.
The default boots Windows from disk 1 (so my wife doesn't have to do anything to get t where she wishes to be). This update/install can't handle this.
All 3GB downloaded, installed, and I restarted. The box came up, a big 0 showed for a split second, then a "normal" looking boot occurred.
Windows told me the update had failed.
So into Windows Update - that re-applied what it had already downloaded but with the same effect on rebooting. Then I remembered the boot order, so changed it in the BIOS.
Reboot and back into Windows Update. This was convinced I was "Up to Date", but when I asked it to check it agreed I wasn't - and decided to download all 3GB again!
At least it looks more promising now. - it's reached 54% after ~30 mins...I still have Configure Settings got come - I'm hoping it remembers what I had...