SourceWindows 10 testers who've complained about mandatory updates in Microsoft's new operating system might have a solution at hand. The tool, available as an optional download, lets you hide or block any update for Windows or a hardware driver.
One of the most controversial decisions Microsoft made in its design of Windows 10 is a fundamental change to the way Windows Update works.
Windows 10 Home offers no way to block security updates and new features. And even the Pro edition has only limited control over updates.
That's sparked an outcry from Windows 10 testers (including my ZDNet colleague Adrian Kingsley-Hughes) accustomed to years of being able to pick and choose from a menu of updates each month.
I've heard isolated (but legitimate) complaints this week from Windows 10 testers complaining that an updated Nvidia driver was causing havoc with their systems.