Nowadays in Windows 11, you may rarely need to remove pending downloaded Windows Update files. Updates are relatively stable and fast. Monthly patches no longer cause crippling headaches; they are much faster and more reliable than ever before. Still, Windows is Windows, and it is far from perfect. Windows Update may still hang or throw an unexpected error. You may want to delete Windows Update files in Windows 11 to start over in such a case. Continue reading “Remove pending downloaded Windows Update files in Windows 11”
Windows 10 automatically downloads and installs updates via Windows Update service in the background. Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has got a new delivery optimization option which you can use to limit the bandwidth for Windows Update background downloads.