Microsoft cloud services and Windows 10 update
- Posted by Frank Bubenik
- On April 15, 2017
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Microsoft has released the Creators Update for Windows 10. It is the second major update to Windows 10 and it introduces new features. The Creators Update alters the look, feel and performance of the OS, improves security, privacy and how updates take place, tweaks the virtual assistant Cortana and the Edge browser, and adds a new Paint app for creating 3D content.
You can get the update via Windows Update or you can download it using the Windows 10 Update Assistant.
To read a review of the update, check out ComputerWorld’s article.
Want to Delay Installation?
If you do not want to have the update applied to your PC, you can delay the install. If you’re running the Pro or Enterprise versions of Windows 10 you can follow these tips to put off the upgrade for at least four months. There are no such easy method for Home users. You can try configuring the connection as a ‘Metered connection’, which limits updates to those Microsoft deems critical. Go to the Start Menu, to Settings (the cog icon), then to Network & Internet → WiFi. Left click on the network name your PC is connected to, and on this page is an option to set the Wi-Fi link as a Metered connection, toggle this option on.