Windows 10 Microsoft adds new Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2 configurations for business users Windows 10 tip: When you should (and shouldn’t) pause updates Microsoft is dropping ‘Semi Annual Channel’ feature releases for System Center Microsoft: To ensure Windows 10 update quality, these are the tools we use Microsoft could be testing a new Windows 10 option which would allow Windows 10 Home users to pause updates for 35 days. Currently, Windows 10 Home users cannot really pause updates at all — beyond picking a time or “snoozing” them.seven-day pause option seems to be an Insider-only thing, notmeant to actually show up as a user-selectable option on non-test builds. seeing the Windows 10 Home 35-day pause option on the latest Windows 10 19H1 build. He clean-installed build, 18356.1 on a device that wasn’t installed in the Insider program automatically. (Microsoft officials noted that some devices accidentally opted out of the Windows Insider program after installing 18356.) Testers who don’t actually do a clean install when downloading this particular build seemingly won’t see the 35-day pause option. option Leopeva64-2 shows in his post on Reddit says “Temporarily pause updates from being installed on this device for up to 35 days. When you reach the pause limit, your device will need to get new updates before you can pause again.” But if the 35-day pause for Home users does make it into Windows 10, some users definitely will be interested in using it the same way that Windows 10 Pro users… [Read full story]
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