I followed the instructions here...
It details how to see if you have those KBs installed and if so, how to remove them.
I did this just a few days ago (not the script, but removed all these KBs by hand).
While that's great and all, I'm not sure what to do moving forward. I'm certainly not believing Microsoft won't continue to try and insert these call-backs in future KBs and I'm not Windows-savvy enough to trust myself to identify future KBs that I would not want in my system.
Not enough. MicroUSB is rated (someone else said) for 10,000 insertions. Insertion count means nothing if it's rated that way based on "perfect" connections. I am highly suspect that MicroUSB can hold up to anywhere close to 10,000 under normal, "human" usage.
I think you need to go farther with this one. The connector must be able to be connected in either extremely low-light or no-light conditions and not have the possibility of being bent or broken in those conditions.
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