A question to the pros here who service computers. What boring 'officy' type of computers are the best when it comes to preventing disasters like in the quote below, quoted from a parallel thread? What boring 'officy' type of computers are the most reliable? (not just with regard to drivers) Thanks!
I had one of my devices get totally borked by an Intel System driver that came from Windows Update. I tried everything to fix it and the only solution that finally worked was a wipe and reinstall of Windows, followed by Intel chipset driver installation, RCA proprietary driver installation, and finally, Intel Graphics driver installation. That is a hassle on that device because some of it's drivers are proprietary and can only be received from the manufacturer. They also have to be 32 bit because there are no 64 bit versions. The device therefore can only run 32 bit Windows 10. There are no updates for the proprietary drivers either. On that particular system, updating drivers after everything is working is a big no.
- Windows 10 Pro