Microsoft has announced that it is changing how Windows 10 owners can choose to accept, download, and install updates via Windows Update.
Microsoft's Corporate Vice President for Windows Mike Fortin detailed the changes in a post on the official Windows Experience Blog today. In it, he described the current behavior for Windows Update on Windows 10 compared to how it will work after the forthcoming May 2019 Update.
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The major change the May 2019 Update implements to accomplish this user control over installing future Windows 10 software updates is referred to as "download and install now." Any major feature update that is recognized as compatible with your machine running Windows 10 will require you to select "download and install now" on the Windows Update page before it installs. The exception to this is if your current...
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