: it's already been mentioned that a lot of the people who get crashes after installing the patch have already been hit by the malware the patch tries to guard against; you can't really blame MS for this. There's apparently people who get the BSODs without having been hit by the malware, but the reports I've seen on this only checked one
file... there's no telling whether they're infected through another file, or if they're running some antivirus software that makes nasty assumptions and break on kernel changes (there's been several examples of this).
I'm not saying that there might not be problems with this patch, but people are way too quick to jump onto the blame-Microsoft bandwagon before doing a proper analysis. In a lot of situations, it's third parties that's to blame (usually badly implemented hardware drivers or security software).
Funny that you feel Apple delivers a more secure and stable OS, considering the problems and vulnerabilities they've had... and that's with a closed
ecosystem they're pretty much totally in control of