Given the recent news about Windows Update 1809, I am concerned about allowing my PC to reboot.
It is Win10 x64, and the prompt is for 2018-10 Cumulaitve Update 1803 for x64 (KB4462919).
A few things about my PC:
- It has an SSD (c:\ 11/237gb free, boot, windows volume) and HDD (d:\ 1.59/1.81 tb free, data volume)
- There are several accounts, for mine, I redirected the Documents/Pictures/Desktop folders to be in the d:\ drive (d:\users\me\documents etc.), however there are still files that remain in c:\users\me..
Given the recent snafus and that if I could avoid it, I don't want to backup GB's and GB's of data for every update, is there a beyond usual danger of Windows 10 deleting my files or becoming stuck in an update loop due to only 11GB available on the C:\ drive?