Windows 10 Will Make It Harder For You To Avoid Updates

Omar Sohail
Posted Jul 19, 2015
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If you are the kind of Windows 7/8/8.1 user who absolutely despises downloading and installing newly released updates due to whatever reason, Windows 10 plans on stripping that power away from you. Most users do this in order to save space on their primary storage medium, which is a pretty bad idea.  Microsoft is going to lookout for the wellbeing of your operating system by making it harder for you to avoid these updates.

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Not All Windows 10 Updates Will Require A Restart, And If They Do, Users Can Choose What Time To Restart Their Machine

ZDNet came across the latest version of the end user license agreement (EULA) for Windows 10 concerning timely automatic updates, where the following has been stated:

“The software periodically checks for system and app updates, and downloads and installs them for you. By accepting this agreement, you agree to receive these types of automatic updates without any additional notice.”

Thousands of potential Windows 10 users will definitely be annoyed about the fact that they will have to perform a restart in order for the updates to make changes to the existing platform. However, in order to curb their frustration, Microsoft had sent PCMag the following statement.

“With Windows 10, updates will be automatically downloaded and installed. Customers will be prompted when a restart is required, and will have options to manage at what time they would like to restart their device. Not all updates require a restart, and many can be installed seamlessly while the device is in use. Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Education, and Windows 10 Enterprise customers have additional update management options and controls, including the option to use the new Windows Update for Business.”

Windows 10 will be launching on July 29 as a free upgrade. Users who want to possess a USB storage which carries the operating system can pre-order them via Amazon. According to the details present on the e-commerce website, Windows 10 USB flash drives will be available to purchase them in the following versions:

Previously, it was reported that these flash drives will be shipped on August 16th, but the release date has been pushed back to August 30th, which only means that you will have to wait for two more weeks for the items to reach you. We will be updating you on the latest news concerning Windows 10 so stay tuned for more.

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