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As I understand it, Windows Defender is now so improved that a third party AV program (such as Avast) is superfluous (and therefore an unnecessary expense, apart from other considerations) and I am planning to make that change shortly.
I'll have to find other ways of handling a couple of the accessory functions (password manager for example) but that's OK.
i OS has a lot of great features but in order to enjoy them you need to update.
If your i Phone or i Pad won't finish downloading, gets stuck while installing, or won't turn back on after it's turned off, don't worry.
Then, see if it resumes and try a hard reset to make sure. If even that doesn't work, you have one more things to try...
Sometimes hardware or software picks update time to fail.
This went ahead in what seemed a normal way until it got to "Flashing ME now, please wait..." That proceeded fairly quickly to 99% - and it has been stuck there now for at least an hour and a half. Have to do a bit of cleanup and backup there, although that laptop holds very few data files not also present on the desktop.
Another thing that has struck me here is that according to msinfo32 the BIOS mode on the desktop is now "legacy".There are several things you can try to get it going again! Sometimes bits get stuck and there's nothing like hitting reset to get them going again.This sounds silly but it's worked for some people: plug in.It's possible that, during the install process, your i Phone or i Pad dipped below a critical power level and that's why it's gotten finicky.Find an outlet or USB port, plug in, and wait 10-15 minutes. You'll need to restore from an i Tunes or i Cloud backup to get all your content back onto your i Phone or i Pad, but once done, you'll be good to go.
MB is a little different, not exactly a true AV program, and is supposed not to interfere with any of the well-known AV suites (or with Windows Defender for that matter).