Windows 10: About Windows Update Solved

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  1.    28 Aug 2015 #11

    digitalcurisity said: View Post
    At any any time someone can just format their HD or buy a new HD,go to Amazon or NewEgg buy a copy of Win7 install it and zippy your back again.
    First off the gentleman is in Spain not the US and we don't know what his financial situation is so recommending something like this is a bit premature, IMO. And pointing out a spelling error from a non native English spell is not needed.
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  2.    28 Aug 2015 #12

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    First off the gentleman is in Spain not the US and we don't know what his financial situation is so recommending something like this is a bit premature, IMO. And pointing out a spelling error from a non native English spell is not needed.
    I agree and I was not the one who pointed the item in regards to his spelling. And my comment in regards to getting back to Win7,again was not aimed at the OP.
    It was just another path to be taken.
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  3.    28 Aug 2015 #13

    digitalcurisity said: View Post
    I agree and I was not the one who pointed the item in regards to his spelling. And my comment in regards to getting back to Win7,again was not aimed at the OP.
    It was just another path to be taken.
    I apologize.. I got confused for a minute.
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  4.    28 Aug 2015 #14

    digitalcurisity said: View Post
    I agree and I was not the one who pointed the item in regards to his spelling. And my comment in regards to getting back to Win7,again was not aimed at the OP.
    It was just another path to be taken.
    I'm an user of Windows systems from the years of the 3.11. So, I don't want introducing complaints. And all of you know a thing: There's not the only time that Redmond change their implementation for some part of Windows. There's the simply idea of my post. To know if somebody isn't happy with this implementation of Windows Update in Windows 10. Of course I don't want to create any kind of discussion, and before I demand to all of you "pardon me, sires". Also for the syntax. It's a tremendous effort for me to say what I want to say. Thanks again for your understanding efforts. Maybe, at the deep end of my posts, I could learn a little more over your language.
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       28 Aug 2015 #15

    Enrique said: View Post
    I'm an user of Windows systems from the years of the 3.11. So, I don't want introducing complaints. And all of you know a thing: There's not the only time that Redmond change their implementation for some part of Windows. There's the simply idea of my post. To know if somebody isn't happy with this implementation of Windows Update in Windows 10. Of course I don't want to create any kind of discussion, and before I demand to all of you "pardon me, sires". Also for the syntax. It's a tremendous effort for me to say what I want to say. Thanks again for your understanding efforts. Maybe, at the deep end of my posts, I could learn a little more over your language.
    Enrique:

    Thanks for trying to communicate the best you know how. There are those who appreciate it.

    I agree the imlementation by Microsoft and its communication, now that we see the number of people having problems, SUCKED.

    That being said, you must know that the only constant thing in this world is change. My favorite solution strategy is to Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome (this comes from the United States Marine Corps culture, which I cannot claim membership in but I find it admirable).
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  6.    28 Aug 2015 #16

    BunnyJ said: View Post
    I apologize.. I got confused for a minute.
    I can understand when dealing with this internet and so many people,who are posting so many different items,it's easy to get confused.
    On another subject last night i was able to help a person, get his printer working in Win10,it just needed for him or her to go to HP support and get new drivers.
    So we are getting help ourselves and also helping others. :-)
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  7.    28 Aug 2015 #17

    Word Man said: View Post
    Enrique:

    Thanks for trying to communicate the best you know how. There are those who appreciate it.

    I agree the imlementation by Microsoft and its communication, now that we see the number of people having problems, SUCKED.

    That being said, you must know that the only constant thing in this world is change. My favorite solution strategy is to Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome (this comes from the United States Marine Corps culture, which I cannot claim membership in but I find it admirable).
    Thanks, Word Man. Also, I'm not a marine private. But the same way you recommends me to adapt, the same makes in Redmond. When the claims of the people are enough, they want to change. There's a cold war between the users and Windows. Always we becomes winners. You also knows this situation. This quote is from Cervantes, Don Quijote: "The evils that have no power to end life, have of not having the patience to finish". So, it goes.
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  8.    02 Sep 2015 #18

    Enrique said: View Post
    Hello!:
    I've been an Insider and now I've upgraded to Windows 10. Not Pro. For my little laptop Aspire One D257, the version of 32 bits runs very well, more than I've expected. But the implementation of Windows Update is clearly a bunch of garbage IMHO. As normal user, I wan to:
    - Know if I like the update or not.
    - Know for what is this or another update.
    - Choose when the System goes to be updated or not.
    - Suspend the updates if I want.
    - And more, like millions of the new users of Windows 10.
    All of these things occurs because Microsoft has launched the System poorly terminated and now, it seems in Redmond wants to complete the editions by "cummulative patches". I never remember another obstrusive manner of complete an OS. It's posible that at the end of proccess, we have a million of patches, and then, Microsoft says us: "We want that you upgrade to Windows 10.1". So, is very painful this "method". Actually, I've been updated the System via a web that provides the standalone patches. It's a foolish method, guys! Somebody can to say to Redmond this "circumstance"? Thanks for read this words. And pardon me, sires, today it's a bad day.

    Looks like what you want is the same thing I want, control of updates returned to me, the ability to open updates and select; notify me of updates and let me choose option.
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  9.    02 Sep 2015 #19

    I also liked the Windows 7/8.1 Update tool more. I personally liked using the function to hide an update. This has e.g. been useful for driver updates, of which I am never so sure that they don't break anything. Something else are tools, which I don't want to use like Silverlight or certain Office add-ins. With the new Windows Update module in Windows 10, it is no longer easily possible to get around such unwanted things.

    I can however use this tool by Microsoft to hide updates:
    http://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073930
    This gives you the same function, which you also had in Windows 7/8.1.
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  10.    02 Sep 2015 #20

    Joergi said: View Post
    I also liked the Windows 7/8.1 Update tool more. I personally liked using the function to hide an update. This has e.g. been useful for driver updates, of which I am never so sure that they don't break anything. Something else are tools, which I don't want to use like Silverlight or certain Office add-ins. With the new Windows Update module in Windows 10, it is no longer easily possible to get around such unwanted things.

    I can however use this tool by Microsoft to hide updates:
    http://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3073930
    This gives you the same function, which you also had in Windows 7/8.1.
    Unless I'm reading it wrong the problem seems to be it only allows one to uninstall then hide the update after the fact and only temporarily, not what I want. I'll have to look at it closer.
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