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Windows 10 Will Automatically Uninstall the Faulty Windows Updates

Windows 10 Will Automatically Uninstall the Faulty Windows Updates

Windows automatically installs updates to keep your device secure and running at peak efficiency. Occasionally, these updates can fail due to incompatibility or issues in new software. If your Windows 10 PC has failed to start properly, the OS will be able to automatically remove a problematic update preventing it from starting normally.

Delete Pending Updates in Windows 10

Delete Pending Updates in Windows 10

Windows 10 is set to check for updates automatically unless you disable this feature manually. Sometimes you may have issues with installing updates, e.g. when some update gets stuck and prevents the OS from finishing the update process. In this case, you may want to delete pending updates.

Restrict Access to Pause Updates Feature in Windows 10

Restrict Access to Pause Updates Feature in Windows 10

Starting with Windows 10 build 14997, Windows 10 allows you to pause updates. A special option was added to the Windows Update page of the Settings app. Once enabled, updates will be paused for 35 days. If you are a system administrator or have another reason to restrict access to this feature, you can use a new option starting with Windows 10 version 1809.

Windows 10 update size finally getting smaller with version 19H1

Windows 10 update size finally getting smaller with version 19H1

Last week, Microsoft announced what may come as a big relief to all Windows 10 users - a big reduction in the size of updates delivered for the OS. Customers have long been complaining about this issue since Windows 10 debuted in 2015 and it looks like Microsoft is finally beginning to get the message.