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  1. Faith's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home May 2019 Update 64-bit
       #170

    I can't pause updates on patch tuesday (security CUs) on any of my Home PCs. Only the in-betweeners and non-security updates. Unless this has changed? I'm gonna flip if this is forced fed to us while still has that ongoing issue next tuesday Lol…
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  2. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #171

    Hi,
    Updates mini tool can disable updates.
    Download Windows Update MiniTool - MajorGeeks
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  3. Faith's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home May 2019 Update 64-bit
       #172

    I will always find a way, if it comes to that but I don't think my mom or dad, brothers & sisters, Joe & Bob will download 3rd party software to block updates. That's my point, if this update is forced to the average user while still having a pretty bad issue causing high CPU spikes.
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  4. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #173

    Hi,
    1903 added 30 day pause for 10 home version.
    10 pro always had it plus up to 365 day pause for major version updates like 1809 to 1903 for example.
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  5. Faith's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Home May 2019 Update 64-bit
       #174

    But that 30 day defering is only for quality updates, right? Next week are cumulative security updates, and I could not pause it. I swear I was on 1903 when I couldn't, but maybe I'm misremembering, I'm not entirely sure.
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  6. jimbo45's Avatar
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       #175

    Hi folks

    this is all a conspiracy theory -- Ms is working with Energy providers to ensure consumption is at a maximum -- after all you can't create profits if people aren't using your product - both Windows and energy supplies -- so millions of CPU's being pushed to their limit is a nice deal for Ms !!!!!!! --Maybe a certain US politician has invested some money in these stocks. !!

    However remember these are experimental builds so there could be all sorts of side effects. I do get the feeling though that too many people are taking risks to use these builds on "normal everyday working machines".

    Only use these builds in a Virtual machine or spare computer(s) -- they by their nature are experimental and can be expected to be buggy so if people have problem with this then don't use them --as that old saying aptly describes it "If you can't stand the heat then stay out of the kitchen".

    OK people want to test stuff and don't have a spare machine or the inclination to use a Virtual Machine --then simply ensure you take a decent backup before installing and revert if the build is not working for you.

    Of course people want to know about problems with new builds etc but it's the false expectation that everything will work 100% correctly first time with these is what I find rather depressing from who should be on the whole more computer literate than the general population at large --OK this shouldn't include sloppy mistakes by Ms but I think people can understand what I'm getting at here.

    Also for people who want to try these things out witout joining any insider rings etc --the UUPDUMP method for loads of people on these Forums provides a decent alternative way of installing / and reverting.

    OK this doesn't test the official WU method but I get the impression people just want to test the builds without all the hassle when the "Official" update method fails.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  7. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #176

    Hi,
    lol every update people are still mass test monkeys
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  8. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #177

    Faith said: View Post
    I will always find a way, if it comes to that but I don't think my mom or dad, brothers & sisters, Joe & Bob will download 3rd party software to block updates. That's my point, if this update is forced to the average user while still having a pretty bad issue causing high CPU spikes.
    Hi,
    Eventually everyone is woke and uses updates mini tool or similar to control updates from disrupting their lives
    Just a matter of when not if
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  9. kado897's Avatar
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       #178

    Mutoidi said: View Post
    Hmm, strange as it was (or appeared to be) the Cortana cache 'fix' that finally cooled my CPU down with this Update!

    ...or is the registry tweak posted here and that I *may have used for shutting Bing up when MS first hooked it up to Search, also held in Cortana cache??

    Anyhow I now have Shutup10 on board too.. and all is now good. :)
    Once upon a time search and Cortana were intimately intertwined. It appears they may still be under the hood.
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  10. kado897's Avatar
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       #179

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi folks

    this is all a conspiracy theory -- Ms is working with Energy providers to ensure consumption is at a maximum -- after all you can't create profits if people aren't using your product - both Windows and energy supplies -- so millions of CPU's being pushed to their limit is a nice deal for Ms !!!!!!! --Maybe a certain US politician has invested some money in these stocks. !!


    Cheers
    jimbo
    Other conspiracy theories might involve bitcoin miners.
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