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Windows 10 is a system that provides the user with constant updates so that both the system itself and the applications work in a much more complete way, this is achieved with different types of updates and these are managed by Windows Update which works in the background to download the updates automatically , then install them (not all) and some more will be installed when the system is rebooted..

 

 

The problem is that many times the updates fail, a blockage "looking for updates" can occur, affecting all the other tasks of the system, in this case there are a series of integral solutions that will help us correct this error and getFastAnswer will explain each step Step.

 

 

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1. Fix slowness of Windows 10 from services

 

Step 1

For this we are going to open Services from the Windows 10 search engine:

 

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Step 2

In the services we are going to locate the service called "Background intelligent transfer service (BITS)":

 

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Step 3

We double click on this and in the pop-up window we will see the current status of the service:

 

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Step 4

Now we stop the service and apply the changes

 

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Step 5

Now we locate the Windows Update service:

 

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Step 6

We edit it and stop the service:

 

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We apply the changes..

 


2. Fix Windows 10 slowness from the command prompt console

 

Step 1

After this we access the command prompt as administrators:

 

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There we execute:

 "rd / S / QC: \ Windows \ SoftwareDistribution" 
This is a command to clear the cache of downloaded updates:

 

 

 

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Step 2

Now we execute:
 "rd / S /QC:\$WINDOWS.~BT" 
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It is possible that in some cases we will see this error because there is no direct error with a downloaded update.

 


3. Fix Windows 10 slowness from the troubleshooter

 

Step 1

To do this, we are going to enter "Solve" in the search engine and select "Solve configuration problems":

 

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Step 2

We click on "Additional troubleshooter":

 

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Step 3

We select Windows Update and run the solver:

 

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Step 4

This takes care of all the necessary analysis:

 

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Step 5

At the end we will see the results of the analysis:

 

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Step 6

We click Close and now we check that Windows Update works correctly:

 

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These are the steps necessary for the computer to perform as expected in terms of speed and performance after an update..

 


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