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new lists.

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OK when you upgraded to windows 10 how did you do it, was it via windows update or did you download the entire ISO to USB ?
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It was an update.


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OK what is would suggest is that you download a fresh copy of windows 10 to a USB using the MS tool https://www.microsof...nload/windows10

Once you have done that then back up and data you need and do a clean install of windows 10.. Are you happy to try that ?
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does this wipe everything off and start fresh so I have to load all programmes back on again?


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No it will be what is called a reset where you have three options
 
As shown under the headings on this site http://windows.micro...ecovery-options

As the problems you are experiencing are generally related to a bad windows 10 installation
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