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I don't know if I'm in the right area of the forum or not for this.  Why do I have to setup my computer like it's brand new every time there is a Windows 10 update and a restart?  It's very annoying.

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7 hours ago, Kellyb said:

I don't know if I'm in the right area of the forum or not for this.  Why do I have to setup my computer like it's brand new every time there is a Windows 10 update and a restart?  It's very annoying.

 

You shouldn't need to!

The only possible time is when it does a full OS upgrade; even then your old settings etc should remain; unless you have selected to do a clean install. Normal updates shouldn't require this.
 

:wpcm:

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8 hours ago, nigsy said:

You shouldn't need to!

The only possible time is when it does a full OS upgrade; even then your old settings etc should remain; unless you have selected to do a clean install. Normal updates shouldn't require this.
 

:wpcm:

I've had several machines prompt me to add a Microsoft acct, use Cortana, etc. just like is done when you first setup a fresh install. I think that's M$ way of trying to further entrench you in their ecosystem.

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15 hours ago, Tx Redneck said:

I've had several machines prompt me to add a Microsoft acct, use Cortana, etc. just like is done when you first setup a fresh install. I think that's M$ way of trying to further entrench you in their ecosystem.

 

I thought the OP was referring to a full 'brand new setup' - Yep the whole Cortana thing; sitting for ages while the screen flashes 'Hi' in several colors is annoying!! - That's why I use Linux 😆

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