How to Update Windows 10 Using Delivery Optimization
As many Windows 10 users discovered the hard way, updating a Windows 10 system is quite a challenge, especially because the process fails quite often in the case of some PCs.
While some haven’t experienced a single bug when installing updates, others aren’t so lucky, and the whole thing becomes more of a nightmare they’d rather avoid.
Microsoft has worked on refining the experience with Windows Update, and in order to make the process faster, the company introduced a feature called delivery optimization.
Its purpose is to allow your system to download updates from other sources, not necessarily from Microsoft, and thus reduce bandwidth usage and ensure faster updates for all devices.
With delivery optimization, updating Windows becomes a process that works similarly to BitTorrent.
Downloading updates is possible from various sources, like other PCs in your network or connected to the Internet. Furthermore, Windows 10 won’t just download large updates at once, bu… (read more)