Originally Posted by nvidiaftw12
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.
Honestly, it's a weird dichotomy of people being upset about how insecure/undeveloped Windows is - but at the same time never wanting to install updates.
I do feel it's in an alright place right now, those savvy enough can almost
disable it via GPOs and regedit (ew) if you want. At least that's what I feel mine is like, I have only had one restart that wasn't planned (albeit it was overnight when I wasn't using my PC). Otherwise for almost all others it'll be on by default (your mom, dad, grandparents, kids who think they know better but really don't, etc).
Originally Posted by ThrashZone
There used to be a (Targeted Untested) and (non targeted ready for business) selection now is gone so we are all on the targeted one has to assume just like 10 home was so if one thinks that's more control I'll just have to laugh and say good day
Oh okay, that is annoying. I did like being on the 60 day delay for updates. Maybe their QC got better? (let's be honest, it probably didn't
Originally Posted by Malinkadink
Are you kidding me? I use this at work and just in general pretty frequently for when i need some screenshots. You're telling me i need to go back to printscreen and using paint?!? (barring 3rd party apps like lightshot)
It's still there, just improved and redone. Only feature missing is the single window snip (not sure why they axed that). But now you can have a whole list of previous snips, and personally I prefer the new UI as it fits much better within the Windows 10 design language.