A quick query re updatin6 to Windows 10 2004

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    A quick query re updatin6 to Windows 10 2004


    Windows 10 Pro - Windows Version Number: 1909 (OS Build 18363.836)

    A pretty new user of Windows 10 and I've held back on updating to version 2004 for the moment by deferring Feature Updates for a few weeks in WIndows Update / Advanced Options. I now get this message in Windows Update. Is this nessage displayed because I've deferred updates or because my ThinkPad T450s is singled out as a system which has identified but as yet unresolved issues with 2004?

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    Thanks in advance for your advice.

    Iain
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    Thanks - I thought that might be the case but, not having deferred a Feaures Update before, I wondered if this message might relate to my decision to defer. I'll hang tight on updating until relevant issues are resolved (I hope!).
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    There is a default 10 day rollback period.

    The other option is to make free backup images > if there are problems then restore the image

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    Thanks for that - I make alternate bootable clone backups to 2 SSDs in detachable USB enclosures and incremental images to another SSD in another detachable USB enclosure, all using Casper 10. I've learnt that you can't have too many belts and braces!
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