Latest Windows 10 update is causing crashes and deleting files

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by zapjb, Apr 23, 2020.

  1. Minimalist

    Minimalist Registered Member

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    Which procedure do you use to block updates premanently?
     
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  3. bozzy

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    I just use WPD. https://wpd.app/. I had to look what i used its been a long time since i looked at it.
     
  4. Minimalist

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    Thank you both for your answers. Will check out those tools. :thumb:
     
  5. Brummelchen

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    so you turn it on only twice a year? :isay:

    Win10 Pro has the option to delay updates for some days. the home need questionable tweaks.

    concerning security - too many people write BS. win10 is the moste secure windows ever because the windows defender features are the strongest of all windows and windows 10 has more improved self-protection than older windows. there is more under the hood to set up as dialogues show up. people often run into anger because they think its like windows 7 or older and get dissapinted because windows 10 denied their action. this do not mean that it is not possible, not this way round.

    WPD is another tool like O&O Shutup, w10privacy and more.

    who wants a windows 10 like LTSC from pro should try ntLite
     
  6. LoneWolf

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  7. Minimalist

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    For now I just disabled Windows Update service and so far it was not reenabled by Windows. If it stays that way I probably won't need any to tool to control it.
     
  8. Amanda

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    I've maintained a W10 install that didn't update in one year. All I did was to change the registry values for all connections to metered.
     
  9. Minimalist

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    Thnx for suggestion.
    I update regularly so I don't plan to stay behind updates for so long. I just don't want WU to run constantly.
     
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