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Windows 10 DNS saga continues. do not fret yet

Published: Tuesday, February 5, 2019 written by Drew Jackson
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Keywords: windows 10, dns, update failure



as predicted and expected, the Windows 10 update failures continue as Microsoft points to malfunctioning DNS servers which is totally ludicrous. I do understand DNS TTL (time to live) and update frequencies between master DNS servers and child DNS servers was 2 weeks, but not in this day and age. At worst, I have seen 4 hours between update propagation.
 
read more... https://www.tomshardware.com/news/microsoft-windows-10-dns-issue,38558.html
 
use DNS Checker if you are worried about  propagation of DNS changes and updates. just type in your domain name and look at the world's review of your domain status by IP.
 
if you want to learn more -- go to https://blog.thousandeyes.com/comparing-latency-top-public-dns-providers/
 
What makes things worse is an aging society of folks who just sit on their computers all day long with nothing to do but fret over their daily activities of performing antivirus scanning finding or not finding something, or windows updates that don't complete, or some malware detection prevention system that gives them the okay all clear signal.
 
Just sit back and relax folks... you are not in charge of the Internet, but you are in charge of your computer. You can be patient and appreciate what it can and cannot do. You do own the bloody thing and the Internet is your home away from home while not going outside and enjoying nature before you are six feet under and off to a better life in Heaven.
 
more to come...
 

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