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    Where the heck...

    did the setting go that allowed me the option of automatic updating or having a restart first? I'm not seeing it (granted, I could be looking right at it and not seeing it) in the latest build (14328.rs1_release.160418-1609).

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    What are you talking about? The update mechanism has not changed. You can let it restart at the appointed time or restart now.
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    Joe, wasn't / isn't there a way to set the updates to be automatic or to request a restart first, so that when there are updates one gets a notice of same and then can let the restart go ahead or set it for later?
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    since the upgrade the options in auto updates are set to make sure the updates are delivered but for my own win10 i used this guide to configure the settings

    how to Enable or Disable Automatic Updates for Windows Update in Windows 10

    http://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/8...dows-10-a.html

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