Interrupted Windows Updates? Not Anymore, Thanks to New Windows 10 Feature
Thursday, 15 February 2018 Microsoft is working on a new feature that would allow Windows 10 users to resume updates when turning on their computers, basically making interrupted updates a thing of the past. Long-time Windows users certainly know how frustrating the whole thing is. With Windows updates getting larger in size, it’s becoming quite a painful experience to download and install them when not using a fast Internet connection. Or when running on battery power, that is. Right now, if you’re in the process of getting a new Windows update but for some reason you can’t wait until it completes, closing the laptop or disconnecting the device from the Internet means that the same update needs to start from scratch whenever you restore full connection. The same happens when you shut down the device. Windows shows an error in Windows Update, along with a retry button, and the whole process starts from the beginning, forcing you to wait forever once again. No ETA just yet, so don’t...
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