I already have a full nested module that works with Optimize-Offline that will integrate updates. The reason I have not added it to the project is because it's not just a simple Add-WindowsPackage, rinse and repeat module; rather, it's a fairly heavy module as it will automatically download the updates your specific build requires using custom catalog XML files I created and uses the Sessions.xml inside the install.wim to enumerate current packages to verify any update about to be applied. In the near future I will undoubtedly trim it down and integrate it into the project but because the Win10UI by @abbodi1406 works so well, I have not been adamant about it. I have also found a way to integrate Microsoft Edge Chromium in an offline state, so the integration of the Microsoft Edge (HTML) packages will be getting removed from an upcoming project update and replaced with the integration of Microsoft Edge Chromium. **EDIT** As for the issues people are having installing paid Microsoft Store and gaming packages with some of the clean-up registry settings Optimize-Offline applies after Windows Apps have been deprovisioned and removed - I will add a way for those settings to be omitted.