How to block the Windows 10 spring update, version 1803, from installing
With the spring feature update to Windows 10 (version 1803, build 17133, Redstone 4) just around the corner, here are the best ways to ensure you install it when you’re ready — even in the face of recent forced updates from Microsoft.
Woody Leonhard By Woody Leonhard
Columnist, Computerworld | Apr 9, 2018 10:17 AM PT
I take it as an article of faith that you don’t want to install the spring update to Windows 10, version 1803, as soon as it’s available. As we’ve seen, repeatedly, upgrading to a new version of Windows 10 as soon as it’s out leads to madness. For almost everyone, the new features in version 1803 — Timeline, a few moved settings, more telemetry options but not the one (“OFF”) that matters most, faster upgrades — just aren’t worth the bother of installing and setting up an entirely new copy of Windows. (Unless you really want Candy Crush Soda Saga installed for the umpteenth time.)
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