6-14-19 Windows 7 User Warning · June 12, 2019, I started my computer, but found that I had been logged off and put on a temporary profile where I could not act access my files. The message recommended that I contact my system administrator. The temporary profile has a blue background with white clouds on it. · Control Panel, Security, Restore system to earlier version: I clicked the restore option. Critical update was installed June 12. I restored my system to June 9, 2019 when it was working properly. · I used Control Panel, Security, Automatic Updates to access automatic updates and click Never. I did this because Microsoft is going to stop support of Windows 7 on January 14, 2020 anyway. · June 14: My system downloaded the critical update again, despite my blocking automatic updates. The same thing happened. I was logged on to a blue screen with clouds in the background and the same message about a temporary profile, no access to my files, and contact system administrator. · I again restored system to June 9, 2019, and I again turned off automatic updates. From Internet research, I learned that Microsoft Security Essentials will download critical updates regardless of what setting automatic updates has. The only way to stop this is to delete Microsoft Security Essentials. · Control Panel, Security, Automatic Updates: in upper left corner click uninstall program. Select & Uninstall Microsoft Security Essentials. · Avast Anti-Virus: download & activate from passive to active status. Restart computer. If you are like me and can't access your files, this may be the only way around the problem. Thank you and fuck you Microsoft.