A Feature That Windows 10 Needs for Smoother Updates
Long-time Windows 10 users certainly know that updating a device running Microsoft’s latest operating system has so far produced mixed results.
While some, including myself, experienced little to no issues with Windows updates, others had to struggle with all kinds of problems, including failed installs, broken Windows features, and update downloads that took hours to complete.
As far as the Windows Update service itself is concerned, the biggest complaint is often the time required to complete the download phase.
Microsoft has tried to make the update process less intrusive, so more offline stages are now taking place online. This means the device spends less time after the reboot, as more tasks are performed while your computer is still online and you can thus continue using it, while everything is performed in background.
Recently, however, I came across a suggestion that makes the whole updating process even smoother.