How to Automatically Create a Backup Before Each Windows 10 Patch Tuesday
Patch Tuesday has become the day of the month when many Windows users actually block Windows Update, mostly because the updates that Microsoft releases every time are far from providing the flawless experience they are expecting.
As Microsoft’s main patching cycle, Patch Tuesday takes place every second Tuesday of each month, and it includes both security and non-security improvements for Windows and the other software products released by Microsoft.
Many Windows users learned the hard way that rushing to install the updates Microsoft releases every month isn’t really the best thing to do, so it’s no surprise that they actually turn to blocking Windows updates on Patch Tuesday in order to let others test their reliability.
While I can see why so many people do that given that it’s their data at risk, I wouldn’t recommend blocking security updates, especially because they address vulnerabilities which can be used by attackers against your computer.
So instead of b… (read more)