Windows 10: Win10 Anniv Pre-install directory?
Win10 Anniv Pre-install directory?
I do not want and do plan to to install Windows 10 anniversary on my working Win10 install.
I do see a directory now called "Windows10Upgrade" on c:\ just appeared
Did M$ just pre-load this like win7/8 upgrades did?
How can I stop it from being redownloaded now I deleted it.
Which version of Win 10 do you have?
Some versions allow you to defer upgrades (for months).
You can completely block windows updates or a specific one if you wish
Windows Update Automatic Updates - Enable or Disable in Windows 10 - Windows 10 Forums
(Not Home edition)
How to delay the Windows 10 Anniversary Update on your PC and why | Windows Central
How to temporarily block the Windows 10 Anniversary Update version 1607 upgrade | InfoWorld
You can check your current version:
Press Windows key + R, type winver.
If you see 1607 in the box, you have the anniversary upgrade installed and would need to roll back.
Where are the files?
I updated two days before the anniversary edition came out (1551). I have Pro, so yes, I have updates blocked so this is why I wondered how a pre-install directory even showed up
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