Manually Win 10 update
(2018-03-30, 6:30:15 am)deanhills Wrote:  This is brilliant @thisara.  I was completely unaware that one could disable the updates in Windows 10.

I need to ask though - is this above board?  Any Microsoft rules that says one can't do it?  As if ever I install Windows 10, that would be one of the first things I'd like to do.  Have some measure of control over the updates.  Not totally disabling them, but selectively - which probably won't be possible as I imagine as soon as one turns them on again, all of the updates will appear again?  I guess one would have to visit the Microsoft Windows Updates Website and then download and install selective security updates manually?

BTW for those who prefer English instructions, I've found a very good alternative YouTube Tutorial.  There were a good number to choose from indicating users' preference for being able to have greater control over their Windows 10 updates:

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Well what I did is download he latest iso and take a backup of current data and restore. It is a bit pain in the @$$ but workes for me .
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