Trouble updating windows media player
People using Windows 7/8.1 complained of being constantly “nagged” by regular alerts telling them to upgrade to Windows 10.But when they did choose to install the upgrades many users found the new software damaged their machines, preventing them from doing things which there was previously no problem with.There were even reports of Windows 10 installing itself after computer owners declined the request to upgrade. said: “Once installed, people reported various problems, including printers, wi-fi cards and speakers no longer working with their PC; instances of lost files and email accounts no longer syncing; and, most significantly, their computer encountering such problems that they had to pay someone to repair it.” Windows has since created an update to remove the annoying reminders to upgrade – which can be found under optional updates, labelled KB3184143.But the potential for issues relating to Windows 10 itself still remains.The easiest way to download and install Windows Media Player 12 for Windows 10 64-bit or 32-bit is by downloading the Media Feature Pack from Microsoft’s website. Open the installation file with Windows Update Standalone Installer.When it asks if you want to install Feature Pack for Windows KB3010081, click Yes.
If you can see the app from the search result, it means that it was already installed. On the next screen, select the package that fits your Windows 10 architecture version, whether it’s a 64-bit or 32-bit system.Consumers have rights under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 when it comes to ‘digital content’.Like other goods, digital content must be fit for a particular purpose as described by the seller.var microsoft = microsoft