Computer still updating
Several pundits felt Microsoft should have held to a hard line to get more people to abandon XP sooner, but Microsoft erred on the side of security and provided the update.Whether they’ll do that again is pretty much anybody’s guess.There are also ways you can defer the upgrade if you would rather watch and wait as other people shake out the inevitable bugs.And if you're an IT pro in charge of deploying Windows 10, you have a whole different set of tools at your disposal. Waiting for Windows Update As was the case with the two previous Windows 10 releases, Microsoft is "throttling" delivery of this upgrade through Windows Update.The second major update to Windows 10, version 1607, was officially released two weeks ago, on August 2.So why haven't the PCs in your home and office received the Anniversary Update yet?This is VERY annoying because i use my computer at all hours of the day and don't want windows telling me when to update my computer by turning my computer off and forcing me to update.is there any way to turn off this option because if there is not any way to turn off windows update i'm going to have to switch to an OS that has a little more freedom then this OS.
The first one, of course, is that Internet Explorer was updated at least once recently after support supposedly ended.
You won't receive any advance notice that the update is available; once it's ready to install, Windows Update will schedule a restart time.
In my experience, the update takes between 45 and 90 minutes, depending on your resources.
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