Screenupdating not working
I've heard of issues with released Windows Updates causing Office 2013 application display problems before, but it never affected me until this last round of updates (July 2014).After applying Patch Tuesday's offerings, Microsoft Outlook started exhibiting extremely slow screen refreshes when I'd jump between email folders.If your computer fits that description, install Windows Vista SP1 or later or this update to solve the problem.**How To Fix a Stuck Windows Update Installation**1. In some situations, the Windows update(s) may be hung at a very particular part of the installation process and you could be presented with your Windows login screen after executing the Ctrl-Alt-Del keyboard command.
Much more rarely they're caused by a mistake on Microsoft's part regarding the update itself.
For those companies that standardize on the same computer models across the board to supply end-user computing needs, this can be a huge situation.
For those with a multitude of users experiencing the same problem, you can disable Hardware Graphics Acceleration through a GPO after adding the Office15and Office15files to your domain controller.
So I guess I should feel a bit lucky that my only complaint is slow refreshes.
Apparently, the problem stems from certain types and versions of specific video graphics hardware.