Window 10's Creators update will add an update "snooze" option

Window 10's Creators update will add an update snooze option

Window 10's Creators update will add an update

Window 10's Creators update will add an update "snooze" option

 
Window 10's Creators update will add an update "snooze" option, allowing users to prevent Windows from automatically installing updates on your system until they approve it. 
 
The Creators update will now give users the option o differ updates until outside of working hours, which can be set to exact time by users and also adds the option to "Snooze" updates until the user finds it convenient. 
 
These new options will come in Windows 10's Creators update, though it does come with a few downsides, like the fact that these options could prevent vital security updates from being installed for a lengthy period of time. 

  

Window 10's Creators update will add an update   

Right now Microsoft states that they plan on releasing their Creators update in Spring 2017, with plans to deliver a new "Game Mode" to the platform as well as several other new features. 

 

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03-03-2017, 16:24:16

AlienALX
I'm absolutely fuming at how it works right now. I told it the other day to wait, it bloody ignored me mid game and rebooted.Quote

03-03-2017, 16:49:41

Darkdayzzz
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
I'm absolutely fuming at how it works right now. I told it the other day to wait, it bloody ignored me mid game and rebooted.
This....this happens far to frequently in my opinion with people I know. Can't happen to me since I run win 10 pro so I have updates turned off and am able to pick and choose what I want to install....seriously the fact that Home CANT do that es me off.Quote

03-03-2017, 20:40:04

Bartacus
I'm with you guys! I have a 1.7Mb internet connection, and having W10 update whenever it wants CRIPPLES me. I can barely check email, and absolutely cannot watch YT videos when it's updating. Thankfully, I can bring up task manager, sort processes by network usage, and slaughter the "service: local host" process, stopping it. But it's a pain in the pecker!Quote

03-03-2017, 22:20:42

NeverBackDown
I'm glad this is coming.
Even though I never had an issue as I completely have it disabled, it should have been here in the first placeQuote

04-03-2017, 04:25:07

Shingara
I just wish they would do it like the old way, i dunno why or if it was taken out but if there is an update in old windows on shutdown you could do the update and then when you turned it back on, it was done, now it seems you have todo it when it says or it constantly bugs you.

And if you turn your pc off it simply turns off then when you turn back on it just bugs you more and more.Quote
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