Posts Tagged ‘Current Branch’

Windows 10 RTM Support Ends May 9, 2017

Wednesday, April 26th, 2017

If you’re still running the first, retail version of Windows 10, and you’ve somehow managed to block updates, then you should probably check this out.

Microsoft announced that support for the Windows 10 RTM version, the first retail version of Windows 10, will end on May 9, 2017. The company had plans to shut down support for Windows 10 RTM on March 26, 2017 initially, but extended the period to May 9, 2017 instead.

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Windows 10 Home and Pro – Automatic Updates could become Mandatory

Monday, May 18th, 2015

If there’s one thing that never fails to bug me, it’s when software companies take away options instead of adding them.

If you run a preview build of Windows 10 on a computer currently you may have noticed that it is not possible to modify the operating system’s update behavior. The only option you have besides automatic updates is “notify to schedule restart”. Automatic updates download and install important updates automatically without user interaction. The only difference that “notify to schedule restart” offers is that this preferences prompts you to restart the system to finish installing updates.

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