Nag me all you want, Microsoft, but this is getting ridiculous. All I want is an “Off” button — until you figure out how to deliver reliable patches and upgrades.
You can also delay them for upto 31 days.
the company is wrong... you can (and I do) disable Microsoft updates on Windows 10 Home systemsAs far as I know, you cannot delay updates on Windows 10 Home -- only on Pro
You Can't Disable or Delay Windows Updates on Windows 10 Home
The company (Microsoft) says
the company is wrong... you can (and I do) disable Microsoft updates on Windows 10 Home systems
i don't recommend blocking updates but sometimes you have to take control
it takes a good understanding of Microsoft services system and that is one of the reasons I don't post public "how toos" for it... the other being that Microsoft will just change the rules
lolturn off the internet is the safest way... no skill needed for that and you will not get a malware
The original article:
» Microsoft must help consumers affected by Windows 10 PC pain
I don't doubt their findings but, as always with such surveys, the complainants would, to a large extent, be the ones to write in. I do wonder what the other 50% had to offer. It isn't mentioned..
I guess our gang must have been in that section -lol I think it is possibly significant that we all use Dells?
yes mate that is the point I.e, he doesn't WANT any windows patches until he is ready for themIf you "turn off the internet" meaning you don't use the Internet (?) then you are one in a million. Yes, you won't 'get a malware' but you also won't get *ANY* W10 patches.