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  1. Brink's Avatar
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       #60

    You're most welcome.

    When you turn on Pause Updates and turn it off or the 7 days has expired, you won't be able to turn on "Pause Updates" again until after you install any available updates.
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  2.    #61

    can i defer them permanently? what im trying to do is to disable updates whenever i restart my computer or turn it on, it says "configuring feature updates" or something like that, idisabled all windows 10 updates and followed every possible tutorial, now i just need to disable the feature and product updates, and then im good please help
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  3.    #62

    You can turn off the service: Windows Update. This was done by a Microsoft support tech on one of my computers (perhaps dispelling assertions to the contrary by others). It's worked for us.
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  4.    #63

    Since the new October update a downloadable reg file would be nice
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  5. Brink's Avatar
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       #64

    BSODHunter said: View Post
    Since the new October update a downloadable reg file would be nice

    Hello Eric,

    Unfortunately, the values vary too much for a ready-to-go .reg file download for everyone.

    If you like, you could export and combine the registry settings after setting them to have available.
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  6.    #65

    allright, thank you ;-)
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       #67

    I appreciate that you added this link to the end of the first section of the tutorial, but now that people are seeing the change (i.e. NOT seeing SAC-T/SAC) I feel it could use a comment at Option One, step 3. to say that it no longer applies on 1903 or later.
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    NMI said: View Post
    I appreciate that you added this link to the end of the first section of the tutorial, but now that people are seeing the change (i.e. NOT seeing SAC-T/SAC) I feel it could use a comment at Option One, step 3. to say that it no longer applies on 1903 or later.
    Done.
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  10.    #69

    How do I defer Feature Updates only in v1903? I used to be able to defer these for up to 365 days. I only see these options:
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