Windows 10: Kind of getting sick of the "Hello, we've updated your PC.." dialogue.

  1.    15 Jul 2016 #1

    Kind of getting sick of the "Hello, we've updated your PC.." dialogue.


    I probably need to take myself off the fast track. Seems like 2-3 times a week these days, I come into my pc in the morning, only to get the dialogue that my PC rebooted, and changes have been made, they are getting things ready for me, etc. etc... I dunno... Am I the only one who is getting kind of tired of this? Just update my pc, and bring me to my desktop already. It would be one thing, if significant changes were taking place... Then I would be cool with it, but if it's just a basic update, then wouldn't it be more prudent to not make a big deal out of it? A few times now I have had someone on the phone, and I really need my computer for something, and I get stuck waiting for the screens to cycle. Can't be just me... #MissingIncognitoUpdates
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    Windows 10 Pro (Mix of Builds) / Linux Mint
       15 Jul 2016 #2

    The issue here is that you're doing insider updates.

    "Normal" users have not had to upload new builds at the rate that you and I do.

    They have had maybe 2-3 in the year since Win 10 came out and will have their next one on Aug 2.

    It's part of the normal update, however I'd recommend insider feedback to have them make up more slides that could be displayed depending on what was done to change it up.

    Also, you could eliminate seeing those by using the option to allow user logon by the updater when performing the updates, after a update running overnight, I see the desktop in the AM, not a logon and then what you describe.
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  3.    15 Jul 2016 #3

    Hmm. That last part is helpful. Did not know about that setting. Will give it a shot. Thx!
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  4.    15 Jul 2016 #4

    RWOne said: View Post
    The issue here is that you're doing insider updates.

    "Normal" users have not had to upload new builds at the rate that you and I do.

    They have had maybe 2-3 in the year since Win 10 came out and will have their next one on Aug 2.

    It's part of the normal update, however I'd recommend insider feedback to have them make up more slides that could be displayed depending on what was done to change it up.

    Also, you could eliminate seeing those by using the option to allow user logon by the updater when performing the updates, after a update running overnight, I see the desktop in the AM, not a logon and then what you describe.
    There has only been one build upgrade (10586).

    OP - you should just move to Slow Ring. Fast Ring updates are coming thick and fast at the moment.
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  5.    15 Jul 2016 #5

    cereberus said: View Post
    There has only been one build upgrade (10586).

    OP - you should just move to Slow Ring. Fast Ring updates are coming thick and fast at the moment.
    Yeah, and my internet just this month upped our normal bandwidth allotment from 300 GB to 400 GB. I thought "SWEET! I'll never hit 400 GB!" Well, here it is 50% of the month gone and I've used 59% of my allotment.
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  6.    15 Jul 2016 #6

    NavyLCDR said: View Post
    Yeah, and my internet just this month upped our normal bandwidth allotment from 300 GB to 400 GB. I thought "SWEET! I'll never hit 400 GB!" Well, here it is 50% of the month gone and I've used 59% of my allotment.
    In the UK, there is such fierce competition, virtually all deals are unlimited, and even on heavy days I never get throttled but my speed is not that fast approx 4GB per hour
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