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    How to prevent updates in Windows 10

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    Oh yea thanks. I never want to keep my computer up-to-date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djohnson View Post
    Oh yea thanks. I never want to keep my computer up-to-date.
    Not everyone wants to update immediately and some of us do avoid any updates related to drivers, for example. It wouldn't be the first time that a driver obtained through Windows Update caused havoc on a system that had no previous driver issues. I NEVER use the drivers that come through Windows Updates.

    To be honest, this intrusive behavior on the part of Microsoft, dictating what I can or cannot do on my system, may be the most important reason for me to be seriously consider not upgrading to Windows 10. The problem is quite simply that Microsoft cannot be trusted to get things right, as the past has shown more than once, unfortunately. My computers are work tools, I can't have them not working depending on Microsoft's whims.
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