Windows 10: Should I stay on update 1703?

Discus and support Should I stay on update 1703? in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; So I reformatted my laptop and downloaded all the apps I needed optimized all the settings I need to optimize for smooth use and there it is, fast... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by stevencatan, Jan 17, 2021.

  1. Should I stay on update 1703?


    So I reformatted my laptop and downloaded all the apps I needed optimized all the settings I need to optimize for smooth use and there it is, fast response. Unlike in the latest version I had a few weeks back which is 202H which is laggy as heck. So my main question is this, should I stay on version 1703? because it's very optimized rather than the later versions. I want a direct answer please or should I move into a certain update build instead?

    :)
     
    stevencatan, Jan 17, 2021
    #1
  2. John Fer Win User

    After upgrading to 1703 Creators Update, PTC Creo 3.0 users getting Blue Screen

    Hi,

    For us to better assist you, please answer the following:

    • What troubleshooting steps have you done so far?
    • Aside from upgrading to 1703, have you made any changes prior to the issue?

    We also suggest that you try to revert back to the previous update of the Creator's update for the meantime. Follow the steps below:

    • Open Settings window.
    • Click Update and Security, Recovery.
    • Select Get Started, under Go Back.
    Let us know if you need further help.
     
    John Fer, Jan 17, 2021
    #2
  3. gkn06 Win User
    Updating windows to 1703, gives error 'missing operating system'

    Thank you dalchina!

    Unfortunately I don't have disk images. All my data in C drive are gone.*cry*cry

    Yeah as you said my next step is to install 1703 iso. But my doubt is, why I couldn't update directly?. Any issue with my hard disk?
     
    gkn06, Jan 17, 2021
    #3
  4. Should I stay on update 1703?

    Windows 10 ver 1607 will not upgrade to 1703

    Hi,

    We would like to ask you some questions in order to assist you properly:

    • How are you performing the upgrade from Windows 10 Version 1607 to 1703?
    • What troubleshooting steps have you performed to address the issue?
    While waiting for your reply, we suggest that perform the following and check if it resolves your concern:

    • Perform a clean boot using this
      link
      . This helps eliminate software conflicts that occur when you install a program, update, or when you run a program in Windows 10.
    • Download and run the
      Windows Update troubleshooter
      for your version of Windows.
    • Once you've performed the suggested steps, perform the upgrade again and check the results.

    Please post the results for us to assist you further.
     
    Rolando Vil, Jan 17, 2021
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