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  1.    14 Jan 2017 #150

    Well I looked at my settings and there appears to be discrepancies in what I am seeing vs what the link shows. Am not sure why.

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  2.    14 Jan 2017 #151

    Brink said: View Post
    You might see if the free program "Windows Update MiniTool" may be able to help you have more control over your Windows Updates though.

    Windows Update MiniTool: Alternative To Windows Update In Windows 10
    It appears my copy of Windows 10 might not allow this. Or am I misreading that?
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       14 Jan 2017 #152

    You will be able to install the program if wanted.
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  4.    14 Jan 2017 #153

    ohooo...I just found this article and it appears to be confirming what I thought.
    Microsoft Admits Windows 10 Has A Serious Problem
    Furthermore Microsoft must still address the issue of control over Windows 10 updates. The Creators Update introduces the option to delay the installation of non-security updates for up to 35 days, but only Windows 10 Professional, Education and Enterprise versions qualify.
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       14 Jan 2017 #154

    It'll be nice if Microsoft will eventually give us full control over Windows Update.

    Windows Update - Turn On or Off Pause Updates in Windows 10
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  6.    14 Jan 2017 #155

    Brink said: View Post
    It'll be nice if Microsoft will eventually give us full control over Windows Update.

    Windows Update - Turn On or Off Pause Updates in Windows 10
    Thanks for the laugh .....I whole wholeheartedly agree with you on this as I am sure thousands of other Window 10 users do.
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       17 Jan 2017 #156

    lynspottery said: View Post
    Hmmmm...it seems to me that perhaps a suggestion should be forwarded to Microsoft Windows 10 deveopers to consider offering something that gives the user more control over non-Windows essential programs so that they don't get lumped into one bag. After all, when I got the Windows 10 program, I did not expect it to include peripheral software outside of Windows programs.

    I assumed, as many users have, that any peripheral programs used outside of the Windows 10 software for keyboards, mice, etc., that were added by a customer, were not the purview of Windows 10. Since Windows 10 had its own basic generic drivers which could be used by a basic keyboard or mouse, I never expected them to include specialty software or drivers.

    However, finding it included with Windows 10 updater is odd. I expected that specific options usually gained with outside programming software specifically designed for these specialty items would not be that important to be included since they were so varied across the market place.

    Hi...you need the PRO version to get all the benefits.
    *john
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  8.    17 Jan 2017 #157

    trbogt said: View Post
    Hi...you need the PRO version to get all the benefits.
    *john
    yes, well, its a bit late for that now and I certainly can't afford it either.
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       19 Jan 2017 #158

    lynspottery said: View Post
    yes, well, its a bit late for that now and I certainly can't afford it either.
    Hi I understand...but if it's too late then why keep replying?
    Win Pro should be everyones choice sorry
    you could try this ISO but if you have home it might not work....but just try it
    Windows 10 ISO Image
    You choose Windows 10> English > 32 or 64 bit
    Might do you better if you download it from another computer running Pro.
    And create a bookable ISO boot disk DVD/USB I can only use a DVD on my ol' set.
    *john
    Last edited by Brink; 19 Jan 2017 at 17:20. Reason: link ;)
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  10.    19 Jan 2017 #159

    trbogt said: View Post
    Hi I understand...but if it's too late then why keep replying?
    Win Pro should be everyones choice sorry
    you could try this ISO but if you have home it might not work....but just try it
    Windows 10 ISO Image
    You choose Windows 10> English > 32 or 64 bit
    Might do you better if you download it from another computer running Pro.
    And create a bookable ISO boot disk DVD/USB I can only use a DVD on my ol' set.
    *john
    Thanks, guess I was just having a conversation with myself then. Sorry to have bothered you. Appreciate the feedback anyway.
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