The best way around this is to disable the default backup service and use a third party service to backup data.
4 – Getting the desktop version of IE back on the Start screen In Windows 8.1 you will find the desktop version of Internet Explorer has disappeared from the Start screen.
Fixing this is easy, using the Refresh My PC options. Then open the Recovery option and then select Get Started and Refresh Your PC Without Affecting Your Files.
This reinstalls Windows without trashing your data.
The most common messages that will accompany the frowning emoticon is the message “DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL”. 2 – Explorer crashes and regularly restarts You may experience a recurring problem where Windows Explorer regularly crashes, making the operating system impossible to use.
The problem lies with a bug in how Windows deals with hardware drivers or installed software.
The built-in Windows 10 Mail app is still broken on my laptop and won't allow me to read, move or delete mail.
I'm still hearing from a number of users who have been encountering the same Windows Store issues -- some since August 7. Now my Mail and Calendar apps cannot open at all and I am up to eight apps stuck in my Windows 10 Store queue.
A spokesperson said the company still had nothing to say.
At least I know there are quite a few of you out there who are having the same issues as me, based on responses to my Twitter feed and email I am receiving.
I don't have any idea how many users are affected by the Store and Mail issues, and/or whether the problem is spreading.
I have no evidence that shows this problem is related to Microsoft's recently released first Cumulative Update to Windows 10, though some are speculating this could be the case.
It's not just the revamped interface in Windows 8.x which has caused confusion amongst users.