Updating norton caused a script error
4) What was also surprising was that the tool told me that my System Restore was turned Off and that I had no system restore points to fall back on. I always have my System Restore turned ‘on’ and ensure that I have at least a couple of points available. Turned out that my system restore was On (as it is always set to be) and that I had more than enough system restore points to fall back on. Conclusion: If you are looking for a genuine tool to carry out a PC Checkup, Norton PC Checkup is not the tool to download and use.
I hope Apple will clarify the other two points above, and I look forward to seeing how Apple fully rolls out the new privacy enhancements this fall.
In general, I trust Apple’s privacy stance with Siri more than I do Apple’s competitors.
With Apple’s competitors such as Amazon (Alexa), all of my Alexa recordings are stored in Amazon’s servers and tied to my Amazon account (although I can delete any of my recordings anytime).
It's happening with all browsers, and it started on win 8.1 couple weeks before I installed 10.
The tech support is a joke, they just can't admit it's a Microsoft problem in IE.
I have the same problem and in fact am getting the script error on this page while writing this right now. After examining this post; comment #14 pointed me in the right direction.