greatest thing since sliced bread PC mouse-wise short of a high end game mouse I don't need on this PC anyway and you can game OK with it also just not like a high end multi function programmable game mouse but the precision is fine for shooters .
I wish I had one of these-eons ago although I'm not sure fast smooth scrolling has been in widows and browsers all that long on the slower graphics stacks before Windows 10
When you set it to to freewheel like I do the mouse wheel has has flywheel effect when you flick the mouse wheel and it gets to the bottom of a webpage or file folder almost instantly and anywhere in between faster than a scalded dog you can scroll fast or slow (precision scroll ) or stop it as needed in an instant .It's light and not huge too !
I used to hate bottom to folder or page scrolling and NO precision scrolling or pointing on my OEM or similar disposable mouses
This thing is great for boosting productivity if you use a mouse a lot .
After a short while you don't even think about it you just flick the wheel how fast U need to and U know how hard to flick it then stop it to get what U want it's effortless & plug & play
You can go back to normal yesterdays news mouse wheel detents with the small button below the scroll wheel but I prefer to freewheel it , it was like $30.00.
M500 Corded Mouse - Logitech
Or you can resume the Win updtate /re start /install option ,mount the ISO for an upgrade or burn ISO to media if U need a coaster or USB or for clean install that way .
Shout out to Gold member Kari he says this is on the house :
ESD to ISO - Create Bootable ISO from Windows 10 ESD File - Windows 10 Forums
Still, not everyone has the good (and cheap) stuff, so it's good to let 'em know how far they need to scroll down.
Not using a mouse, just a touchpad. I click on the size column and install.esd pops right to the top, no wheeling needed.
What I did was just copy the entire folder over from C:\ to D:\ before Windows finished installing the new build.
When Windows finished the installation the install.esd file on the C:\ partition had vanished.
I had Nlite use the copied install folder on the D:\ partition for that. I realize that the install.wim on its own would have sufficed. I just didn't want to take any chance with a proggie I used for the first time, that's all there's to it and it did a good too.
Sorry if I did not express myself clearly.