Sometimes, updates can be large and require a long time to download.
If a particular update is stuck at, say, 75% for an hour or two – don’t panic.
Windows 10 Creators Update is now available, meaning the best version of Windows 10 is now out there for current Windows 10 users or those who decide to buy Windows 10 from scratch.
But what if you're already running Windows 7 or Windows 8.1?
Turn off the two Windows Update services and then try to delete the files again.
However, there may be an issue if that figure doesn’t shift overnight.
To access System Restore, simply type System Restore into the search bar and select “Create a restore point”, which will take you to System Protection in the System Properties window.
But there are occasions when it needs a helping hand.
Perhaps it's downloaded half of the update before deciding it doesn't want to stay connected to the server.
It appears that, even now the Windows 10 Creators Update is live, Microsoft hasn't closed off this Windows 10 free upgrade route.