As you may already know, it is possible to limit the Windows Update bandwidth and prevent Windows 10 from using all of your Internet connection to download huge updates. The option is available starting with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Windows 10 version 1803 "Redstone 4" features even more options to configure the bandwidth limit.
As you may already know, currently you are able to get Windows 10 for free using your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 key. You can use it in Windows 10 and the OS will become activated. Another way to get it is a special web site which offers the OS for free for users who use assistive technologies. Now, the Redmond software giant has decided to end the free offer for assistive technology users by the end of the year.
It is possible to quickly find which Group Policies are applied to Windows Update in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update using the GUI. If you are running Windows 10 version 1709, follow the instructions in this article.
Starting with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, it is very easy to see Windows Update bandwidth and prevent Windows 10 from using all of your Internet connection to download huge updates. Let's see how it can be done.
The Windows Update history allows viewing which updates were installed in your OS and the time when they were installed. It is possible to uninstall an update if it causes issues. Sometimes you may want to clear the update history. In this article, we will see how it can be done.
In order to align Windows 10 major updates with Office 365 Pro Plus and simplify deployment cycles, Microsoft has merged the Current Branch (CB) and Current Branch for Business (CBB) in a single update branch "Semi-Annual Channel". It will be a new twice-yearly release cadence.
When it comes to installing a new feature update, also known as build upgrade, it always takes a lot of time before you can use your PC again. Windows 10 makes a copy of the currently installed OS version, some user files, downloads a new build through your Internet connection and then installs it. Microsoft has reworked this procedure to make it faster and reduce the PC downtime.
Sometimes you might need to uninstall an update you received through the Windows Update service. There are a number of situation you may want to get rid of it. For example, some update can affect the stability of the operating system on your hardware, or you want to remove the telemetry. Here is how you can uninstall a Windows Update in Windows 10.
Starting with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, it is possible to limit the Windows Update bandwidth and prevent Windows 10 from using all of your Internet connection to download huge updates. Let's see how to configure this useful feature.
A number of users are interested in delaying the upgrade to the next Windows 10 feature update when it becomes available. There are many reasons for this. Most users don't want to disturb their existing setup and do not want their custom settings getting reset again by the new OS version. Here is the official way to defer upgrades in Windows 10.