Disable .NET Core updates in Windows Update
Starting in December 2020, Microsoft will deliver .NET Core updates on Windows via Microsoft (Windows) Update. This change will allow organizations to manage .NET Core updates the same way they currently manage .NET Framework updates. Continue reading "How to Disable .NET Core updates in Windows Update"
How to Create a Check for Updates Shortcut in Windows 10
By default, Windows 10 checks for update automatically, and installs cumulative, security, and even feature updates once they become available to your computer. Sometimes you may need to check for updates manually, e.g. to receive a feature update faster, or ensure that you have all the latest updates installed before installing some software. Continue reading "How to Create a Check for Updates Shortcut in Windows 10"
How to Fix Blank or Empty Insider Program Settings Page in Windows 10.
The Windows Insider program includes a number of rings (levels) which define how often your device will receive app updates and new Windows builds. The ring can be changed in Settings, under Update & security > Windows Insider Program. Continue reading "Fix Blank or Empty Insider Program Settings Page in Windows 10"
This post explains how to delete downloaded Windows Update files in Windows 10. This is useful when you run into issues with updates.
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Windows 10 Creators Update is the upcoming major update to Windows 10. It will add plenty of new features to the operating system. One of them is Clean Up PC, a new Reset option. Before Windows 10 Creators Update, Windows 10 had only two reset options - Refresh/Keep my files and Reset/Remove everything.
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