Updates on jWindows 10

Can I do ALL updates manually on Windows 10?
 

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Last updated January 28, 2018 Views 199 Applies to:

No you cannot.  For the standard version they are done automatically and can only be postponed for a couple of hours, for the pro version you can postpone them for up to 24 hours.

Only the enterprise version can do the update manually

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Only the Pro and Enterprise versions support this.

What does Windows as a Service entail?

Since the introduction of Windows Update as part of Windows, Microsoft has delivered updates as way to keep Windows updated and secure. This has always been the way the company keeps commercial versions of Windows on the market current.

With Windows 10, Microsoft is making significant changes to this model by delivering new methods of servicing Windows. Taking into account we now live in a mobile, constantly connected world, where threats happen all the time. Part of the solution to this is to keep users current by providing the latest updates as soon as they are available in addition to delivering features as soon as they ready too.

Microsoft will do this using three types of service branches for Windows 10:

Service Branch

Options

Edition

Current Branch

  • Security Updates, Features and Fixes are automatically applied.
  • There is no option to delay or customize these updates.
  • Windows 10 Home

Current Branch for Business (CBB)

  • CBB includes the requirements of the Current Branch, but also provides the option of customizing when and which Security Updates, Features and Fixes are applied, similar to how Windows Update works today in current versions of Windows. 
  • Updates cannot be deferred indefinitely.
  • Windows Updates can be managed using enterprise management tools such as Windows Update for Business and/ WSUS.
  • Windows 10 Pro
  • Windows 10 Enterprise
  • Windows 10 Education

Long Term Servicing Branch (LTSB)

  • Only available to volume license customers running Windows 10 Enterprise.
  • Flexible options for managing Windows Updates.
  • Windows Updates can be customized to only accept Security Fixes.
  • Windows Updates can be managed using enterprise management tools such as Windows Update for Business and/ WSUS.
  • Windows 10 Enterprise

Can I schedule when Windows Updates are installed and will these required updates force restart my computer?

You can schedule when Updates are installed and no, updates do not force restart your computer.

Open the Notification icon from the Notification Area and click Don't forget: a restart is scheduled...

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This is NOT good. When there are updates, the PC won't eat, they will block the other updates, (They are ALLWAYS first in the list) and when there is many updates, e.g. after a factory-reset or new install, it isn't recommended to take them all in one time, but a few of them in one time, so we are in trouble!

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We really appreciate your feedback. I request you to kindly provide your valuable feedback on the feedback app which is installed with Windows 10 Technical preview.

How to share feedback on Windows 10 Technical Preview

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_tp-winipp/how-to-share-feedback-on-windows-10-technical/5e501781-a580-43e3-8926-40ae19343805

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MicaelNielsen is just saying that he doesn't want automatic updates. That is really not feedback. MicaelNielsen, If you want to choose which updates you get than get the PRO version f Windows 10. If you have the Preview installed you WILL get the pro version and you can choose which updates.

I'm an outsider now... Not an Insider! :-) I have an Acer Aspira and an Asus Transformer Book, both with Windows 8.1 Home. These I considering upgrading to Pro, because of the update-trouble, there will be.

I also have a Lenovo S10-2, which came with XP Home. This little computer I had tested Windows 10 Preview, but a buzzing sound - maybe, a bug? He-he! :-) was the reason why I decided to buy and install Windows 8.1 Pro on it instead - Is now running without any more complaining....

And yes, I know, if I had Windows 10 Pro Preview, I will get the Pro-version as the final release, but not for 0,free...

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