Microsoft adds a new feature in Windows 10 Home

A 35 days update pause

Windows 10 updates have been very troublesome over the years. Sometimes you get the notification of a new update when you don't want reboot your system or you have limited data traffic. Furthermore, sometimes, the updates include some incompatibility issues and a range of other problems.

Now, it looks like Microsoft plans to give their users more controls when it comes to updating their systems. First of all, Windows 10 will automatically uninstall troublesome updates and this move will help several users. Furthermore the company will introduce a new feature which will put in pause your updates.

The pause can last no more than 35 days. The feature is available in yesterday's release (build 18356) bringing Windows 10 Home in line with Windows 10 Pro. Since the update pause was the main difference between Windows 10 Home and Pro, we expect some sort of change on the Pro version as well.

Source: Microsoft

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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