Of course, you have no choice because if you don’t update Windows you put others at risk (for, instance if your computer is infected by a botnet). You also need to “update” your car for the same reasons (for instance, if your breaks have a problem). I always wonder why we don’t have a law that forces users to update their computers.
It’s cold comfort to find that I’m not the only one to be steamrollered by MS’s Anniversary Update – with no warning, and no user discretion about when to install. I had a MS Word document open at the time the juggernaut rolled through and lost an hour or two of updates. I thought I had been doing saves. And no, the so called “recovery fi…[Read more]
Found this after hours of searching. Worked perfectly except it would be helpful to tell others that “D:” drive may be incorrect. If you have upgraded from Win 7 to Win 10 it is likely “E:”. From the initial prompt: type in dir d: If you don’t see a Windows file, try dir e: and other drive numbers other than x:
VPC Definition and security model A VPC is a network logically separated and isolated from other virtual networks inside the AWS cloud. In the same manner an administrator would secure servers behind a firewall
“Defer updates” doesn’t solve your problem because this only postpones updates that introduce new features. All other updates will be installed anyway. Easiest way for you is to set your connection to metered and then set it to not metered when you are ready to install updates. You can then click “Check for updates” in the Windows Update settings.…[Read more]
I tried your configuration “Auto Download and schedule the install” now on Windows 10 Pro 1607 and it more or less worked properly. The updates were downloaded, but not installed. The Action Center now shows a message that a restart is required. However, for some reason the restart didn’t occur at the scheduled time even though I didn’t touch the…[Read more]