posted on Apr, 2 2018 @ 02:26 PM
a reply to: Trueman
The event ID 2
Well, that one people on the interweb say should be tagged with a "Warning" or "Information" tagged instead of a scary, kernel event!
The complaint on Win 10 is all the system updates that autoload while you are working. They are not supposed to interfere with your computer usage but
do. So the good folk at MS are doing things like downloading an installer during that time instead of the update; when you shutdown, the installer
kicks in then downloads your updates! MS claims it is faster... while you spend another 30 minutes downloading the updates and then rebooting.
If you are on any network other than a fast company one, you will see slowdowns. My work computer ignores all the settings and does whatever it wants
to, whenever it wants to. So even if you think you have it all set up right, there is always that.
That is just MS updates! Then you have application updates and vendor device updates. With all this SPECTRE/Meltdown stuff going on, who knows which
one is causing the issue. My guess (all it is), is MS is a bandwidth hog and ignores your user settings.
Good luck! Sounds like you have some good people helping you out here. If anything I said was a repeat, sorry. And I am an end-user, not a desktop
support tech but we do not have a local admin so have to fend for ourselves (these are the things I have found out by myself).