One of the main reasons, why many people are unwilling to upgrade to Windows 10, is because of Windows Updates.
With the latest version of the operating system, Microsoft made a huge change to the way updates are delivered.
Forced Windows Updates, yes. The Redmond company does not allow users, to disable Windows Updates in Windows 10. Of Course Windows 10 Professional, Education and Enterprise users, have the option to defer updates But that is only a temporary option, only good for a few months before you have to install the missing updates.
And since the company uses Windows 10 as a service, which is a system of cumulative updates, hence there is no actual way [...]
Windows 10 is gaining momentum on Windows XP and Windows 7, and may over take the former soon.
But the new operating system has problems aplenty.
For starters, Windows 10 isn’t exactly as user friendly as Windows 7 was, and probably never will be. Navigating through the operating system and it’s settings is a disaster. I often come across multiple threads on Reddit where users keep asking How to do this, How to do that, which clearly shows just how hard Windows 10, is to use.
One of the major problems is Windows 10 is the Windows Updates. Wait, I thought updates were good, what has changed now? If this is what you are thinking, you are a [...]
Windows 10 is almost three months old, but it continues to be hampered by some minor annoyances.
One such issue, is the fact that it comes with Windows Updates which cannot be disabled at all.
Despite numerous complaints from users, and several erroneous and buggy updates, the Redmond company refuses to budge from its policy of disallowing the user from to turn off the updates.
This is but the tip of the iceberg actually, as the more prominent issue with Windows Updates, is that they are cumulative. That is, any new Windows Update will reuire all prior Windows Updates before it, to be installed on the PC. This essentially means that if Microsoft chooses [...]
Microsoft has recently been releasing quite a few Windows Updates for its new operating system, Windows 10.
The most notable ones, are the cumulative updates, it releases every week.
Microsoft did release a barrage of updates, at a very fast pace, during the final stages of the Technical Preview, just a few days before the launch of the final build of Windows 10. When users questioned the company about this, it assured users that it would not do so post the launch of Windows 10.
While the update releases have certainly slowed down a bit, users have been irked by the fact that most updates are “cumulative” ones. These patches require the user [...]