As seen in the image above, Windows 10's Setup system will soon tell you precisely what a given issue is, while giving you clear directions to solve it. It's great that Microsoft is able to release two major Windows 10 updates every year, but there are still many areas that still require more polish.
The company acknowledged that the current system is not well suited to provide users who are not very tech savvy with needed information to fix issues encountered during setup (or upgrade).
A Microsoft support engineer chimed in on Reddit to say: "Microsoft is aware of this issue and is investigating".
MICROSOFT IS MAKING changes to its error messages to make them a little less useless. "If it still doesn't work, make sure that you're connected to the Internet".
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It's a small change, but one that provides a much cleaner interface for the user while being informative at the same time. There's no option to quickly and easily address the underlying problem: the need to uninstall the program.
A handful of Windows users are seeing an error message when they attempt to connect to Windows Update and the Microsoft Store. With the current setup dialog, you have an error message but no link to more info to learn exactly what is wrong. Usually, the solution is as simple as uninstalling and reinstalling or updating a program or disabling encryption, but Windows Setup now does a awful job of letting the user know. But when something doesn't go right, you're left with vague errors that aren't helpful. According to Microsoft, it will also allow app providers to directly contribute details regarding what options/updates are available to consumers, which will be displayed in the dialog box.
Error messages are the norm for PC users, but that doesn't make them any less frustrating when they pop up; particularly when they don't offer much in the way of actionable information.