Is Windows 10 stuck at 0% when trying to install a Windows Update? If so, here’s a quick way to solve the problem.
Step 1: Stop Windows 10 Update Service
Right click on the “Start” menu and select “Run”. Type “cmd” and open the Administrator Command Prompt. Type net stop wuauserv and hit enter.
Step 2: Delete Windows Update Cache
While still at the command prompt, type cd\windows and hit enter. Then type rd /s SoftwareDistribution and hit enter which will delete all of the Windows update cache files. If some of the files are not deleted, reboot your computer and try this again.
Step 3: Start The Windows Update Service
While still at the command prompt, type net start wuauserv and hit enter.
Step 4: Try Windows Update Again
Go back into Windows Update and try to install updates again.
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