Windows 10: Mandatory Windows 10 Home updates: The good, the bad, and the ugly

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  1.    17 Jul 2015 #21

    I'm with Cliff in that I have always installed everything thrown my way as an update. Can't say I can recall any problem of any consequence.

    But, in saying that, if you get fed a driver that just doesn't work on your comp, you really do need to be able to hide it. I can see that.

    But who has the time, energy, and knowledge to filter updates? Certainly, none of the people I support!
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       17 Jul 2015 #22

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    It's not that Skype causes issues it's simply not wanted by some.. like me. So I removed it and hide the update in the future.
    I wasn't talking about Skype specifically, I was talking about updates in general. Reading through 8 & 10 forums you'll se people wanting to hide updates a lot(usually optional) but I generally find that a bad idea, and people end up getting them anyhow when Microsoft changes the priority or has them included in a cumulative rollout. Hiding additional features I can understand.
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  3.    18 Jul 2015 #23

    For me it all depends on whether they are updates or upgrades. I have no big issue with updates to fix issues. Security updates etc. If they are going upgrade something like the UI I may have issue with that. Depending on what the upgrade does to my system and how it functions afterward. Time will tell.
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