Happy Anniversary Update! Six of the worst Windows 10 gaffes so far

With today's rollout of the Anniversary Update for Windows 10, we take a look at some of the disastrous OS gaffes so far

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Microsoft has today started rolling out the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, the largest update yet of the latest iteration of the operating system.

There are lots of things people like about Windows 10 and the Anniversary Update includes a few more features. There is Windows Ink for easier note-taking with a stylus and a greater focus on the virtual assistant Cortana being just some of them.

See also: How to fix Windows 10: Blue Screen of Death

But there’s also little that’s quite as divisive as Microsoft in tech and Windows 10 itself has not been without controversy. For starters, many consumers have complained that Windows 10 was installed without their permission – with pushy prompts on Windows 8 bullying users into downloading the operating system, sometimes with disastrous results.

See also: Windows 10 for business: Pros and cons for enterprise users

To celebrate the rollout of the Anniversary Update, here are six of the worst Windows 10 gaffes to date.