Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by murphy78, Jul 18, 2015.
yes welcome to auto reboot pc...
Has M$ not already carried this out, out of the box, many look to fix it and are not worried about a 15 minute install.
Could not a Hotfix Repository be developed with a 3rd party software solution to download and update, under user control and time frame, like what has been carried out here with previous windows versions?
You do not enter into M$'s equation as we all live in California and have unlimited bandwidth and resources, we do not care if you require to turn your PC off quickly or when you want to restart it as we have full control of your lifestyle. This is a decision made for you, for your own good, as you are not intelligent enough to know what is good for you or make decisions on your own, , I only joke and intend no disrepect as you make a very valid point, you should be able to download them elsewhere and install them where bandwidth is a problem, not anymore.
What a life saver! After updating to Windows 10 Home, I found my old laptop TW3M very slow and noticed further updates being installed hours later.
Its going to hog my download capped and slow bandwidth and I need to control updates and only allow when I am not using the laptop and can sacrifice my download cap!
This actually needs to be stickied as more people are going to need something like this!
Thanks murphy78 much appreciated!
Just to be sure: it works on Home edition?
Thanks a lot
Forgive me noobie self but why is there a need to disable automatic updates? is there some danger in auto updates??
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hmm why disable aut updates ? just need something to see and choose which updates i want install like in previous version of OS
also where is option if i want insall updates for example on 15:00 hour.
thx work with win10 pro 32-bit
Hi I'm a little confused
at today after the final release 10240 was released this script "Auto-Update-Win10-v3" from murphy78 and PowerShell Module works??
So can some of you confirm it works on Home Edition ? I see it was asked but never confirmed. Or is the auto update to hard coded into W10 Home ?
It should work fine on home. I tried it in a vm, but I don't think it's any different on normal machine.
When visiting the download link.. "Get the zip file. It is not passworded:" mir.cr/0NBNQQE3
Is anyone else getting a dodgy download file "AutoUpdateWin10v3.zip__15022_i1688720322_il1846593.exe" 1.2mb?
all mirrors say from "please-road48.info" --- ???
what web browser are you using & where are you downloading it from? try another site (the file is not that big - it's really 1.15kb)
it'll be nice if this topic is made a sticky
i have tested this on a few computers and getting same results. really want to figure this out..
When I try to download I also get an .exe file even from the link provided by Nucleus #136 Anyone know why it downloads the wrong file?
I created .cmd file from the text in murphy78 #1 and it works, but I would like to know why the wrong file is downloaded from the links.