|Subject:||Re: Win 10 Update
|Date:||Fri, 25 Aug 2017 22:45:16 +0100
|From:||Roger Phil <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I tend to disagree Steve. many of my clients has carried out some of
these proceedures without difficulty - If the instructions are laid out
clear, concise and easy to follow, - and believe me I have some real
Steven Green wrote:
>> If you are using Win Pro then you can defer the Creators update for
>> 180 days by doing the following.
> way beyond the capabilities of most clients, of course.. I've already
> seen far too many people trapped on the wrong side of this
> Steven Green
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> "Roger Phil" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> If you are using Win Pro then you can defer the Creators update for 180
> days by doing the following.
> Right Click Start, select Run and Type "Gpedit.msc"
> Under Local Computer Configuration, Computer Configuration,
> select "Administrative Templates" and then open "Windows Components"
> Open "Windows Update" (near bottom of list)and select "Defer Windows
> Updates". In the sub menu open "Select when feature updates are received"
> Click "Enabled"
> In the drop-down labled "Current Branch" change to "Current Branch for
> You can then select up to 180 days to defer.
> MS will get you eventually though !
> Also and his will work only when Creators is ready to install.
> When you get the message that Windows has a new update with new features
> and it may take a while to install -- DON'T Restart..
> From Microsoft, download "wushowhide.diagcab" and run.
> Important - before you do anything click on Advanced and remove the tick
> for Automatically apply fix.
> Click Next and wait whilst it searches for updates.
> Click on "Hide Updates", find Creators update and tick the box.
> Click on Next to finish.]
> This will hide the update and never bother you with it again - we hope.
> It will stop the update from installing & you can switch off or
> re-start without worrying.
> I might also add never try to unistall or use sytem restore to remove
> Creators update other wise you will end up having nighmares.
> ALWAYS use rollback under Updates & Security in Windows 10 setting, it
> works quite painlessly.
> Once rolled back use wushowhide as above.
> Hope this is clear & helps it's worked for all my clients who've had
> this issue & you will still get security & other important updates.
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