Hey guys, a question for those more advanced than me with PCs. My only PC is a four and a half year old laptop. It was one of the very last Windows 7 machines that the store that I used to work at sold when I picked in up in the Autumn of 2012. Yes, its old, and yes I'd like to replace it, but that's not happening right now. My issue is that for a while now, I've had trouble doing Windows updates. When I attempt to, it will sometimes stay at 0% indefinately before eventually crashing and giving up, will sometimes gradually, slowly do a download but not get to 100% and crash/give up, and will sometimes actually do the update. After looking into it, its very clearly not just me. Tons of other people have been complaining about it for a while, going back at least to 2016. The problem is that there doesn't seem to be a clear solution. The common remedies seem to include downloading the individual updates one by one, which only works a small percentage more than the auto updates, and suggesting turning off your internet protection/firewall and trying to download it then, which seems very dangerous. Like most people, I'm very concerned about the new spyware/ransomware thats going around, and I'd like to protect my machine. I already backed up all of my data on an external drive, but Id still like to make sure my PC doesn't get hit. I was able to download and install what seems to be the most important component of the patch, but I would still very much like to do all of them. Any suggestions that don't include buying a new PC and/or a Mac?