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Didn't they promise to put Cortana out of her misery?


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Didn't they promise to put Cortana out of her misery?
I remember hearing that too. At the very least they're separating search and Cortana so that's nice I guess lol.

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I've never used the site before but this seems like a pretty good list of the changes https://pureinfotech.com/windows-10-...date-features/

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35 days? Why not deffer updates indefinitely. It's my computer, is it not my choice? The only reason I can see wanting to force updates is with Windows as a Service. Something to think about if you have no issues with anything microsoft is doing.


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Maybe by January of 2020 they will have reverted all of the mistakes that they have been making since 2011 when they released the Developer Preview of Windows 8. One can wish, right?

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35 days? Why not deffer updates indefinitely. It's my computer, is it not my choice? The only reason I can see wanting to force updates is with Windows as a Service. Something to think about if you have no issues with anything microsoft is doing.

No, because security updates that prevent malware from turning your machine into a DDOSing botnet member need to be installed whether you like it or not. It's too bad they didnt force the BIOS updates for the intel microcode in some of those updates. I bet 70% of the Intel userbase is still vulnerable.

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35 days? Why not deffer updates indefinitely. It's my computer, is it not my choice? The only reason I can see wanting to force updates is with Windows as a Service. Something to think about if you have no issues with anything microsoft is doing.
"For example, the operating system may automatically restore default settings for critical services, adjust feature settings to match your hardware configuration, or make other specific changes required for Windows to operate normally. Critical troubleshooting happens automatically and can’t be turned off."

I'm afraid it isn't yours any-more. They have though kindly added a new feature to show you the critical changes the system makes on your behalf (you can only look though, not undo them).

Joking aside though, you shouldn't be able to defer security updates, the same way as if you want to drive a car on the public highway it has to be safe. If your infected PC goes onto the public net it will try to infect others.


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35 days? Why not deffer updates indefinitely. It's my computer, is it not my choice? The only reason I can see wanting to force updates is with Windows as a Service. Something to think about if you have no issues with anything microsoft is doing.

No, because security updates that prevent malware from turning your machine into a DDOSing botnet member need to be installed whether you like it or not. It's too bad they didnt force the BIOS updates for the intel microcode in some of those updates. I bet 70% of the Intel userbase is still vulnerable.
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35 days? Why not deffer updates indefinitely. It's my computer, is it not my choice? The only reason I can see wanting to force updates is with Windows as a Service. Something to think about if you have no issues with anything microsoft is doing.
"For example, the operating system may automatically restore default settings for critical services, adjust feature settings to match your hardware configuration, or make other specific changes required for Windows to operate normally. Critical troubleshooting happens automatically and can’t be turned off."

I'm afraid it isn't yours any-more. They have though kindly added a new feature to show you the critical changes the system makes on your behalf (you can only look though, not undo them).

Joking aside though, you shouldn't be able to defer security updates, the same way as if you want to drive a car on the public highway it has to be safe. If your infected PC goes onto the public net it will try to infect others.
Looks like I've found the enemy. Too concerned with others business to keep their nose where it belongs.

Now if you don't mind I'll go back to using my woefully out-of-date W7 box. Or is it too busy DDOSing everyone?


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Looks like I've found the enemy. Too concerned with others business to keep their nose where it belongs.

Now if you don't mind I'll go back to using my woefully out-of-date W7 box. Or is it too busy DDOSing everyone?

You're welcome to move over to linux and run your windows applications in a VM if you care so much about your privacy and control.

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It sounds like you should switch to linux if you're so worried about getting infected. W7 works fine for me. I've got all the control I need. W10, I'm still working on. But I know these new updates only fight me.


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