The way the Windows 10 upgrade process goes is not the most loved by users. Often these receive a update which, in a way, ends up ruining something. However, a 35-day break may soon be taken by the user – making him the owner of the process.
By January, Microsoft had already made a change in the settings. It now allows users a break of updates for up to 7 days. Now the company seems to be planning to introduce a much longer time window. 35 days when you can pause updates on your device.
Since Windows 10 was launched in 2015, many updates ruined the lives of users. In recent times, Microsoft seems to be finally working to make things better. Uninstalling problematic updates is a first step, and this news of the 35-day break is most welcome.
The information was shared on Reddit by a Insider
The information was shared on Reddit by an Insider, and the function was also demonstrated. In practice, you will choose the date by which you do not want to be bothered with updates from the next 35 days. Right now, it's just a Insider PreviewBut it should be a matter of time before you reach everyone.
The October 2018 update was a disaster for Microsoft. Functions like this are more than welcome to avoid the same hassle. It should be the user who commands the process of updating your device. Mostly three years full of problems with updates.
Although it has been announced that problematic updates will be uninstalled, you should be able to decide what you want to do. Also, with this function, you will not be taken to the process of installing / uninstalling chaotic updates. Millions of Windows 10 users thank you.
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